TC volleyball wins home opener, splits road matches

Tabor volleyball met with mixed success last week, winning against Mid-America Christian in its home opener and a road match later in the week, but dropping three other matches.

?This week was the kind of week you hope to have early in the season and not down the road,? said coach Amy Ratzlaff. ?It helped us see the things we need to work on to be the kind of team we need to be during our conference schedule.

?Sometimes you don?t figure some of those things out until it is too late to work on them. Now we have a list of things that the team can work on over the next couple of weeks.?

Evangel?The Bluejays lost Saturday at the hands of Evangel University, 15-25, 21-25, 5-25.

Cortney Janzen led Tabor with eight kills, followed up by Tina Frick with seven. Hollister Wolf contributed the Bluejays? only solo block.

William Woods?Tabor lost to William Woods University Friday in five games. The Bluejays won the first game 25-22, but lost the next two 22-25, 21-25. After winning the fourth game 25-21, they lost, 14-16.

Tina Frick posted 17 kills while teammate Jessie Vogts contributed 13. Frick also had a solo block, as did Jessica Wollenberg.

Mid-America?The Bluejays earned their second victory of the week when they beat Mid-America Christian at Evangel University. The scores were 25-18, 25-19, 25-10.

Tina Frick had 10 kills, with teammates Jessie Vogts and Jessica Wollenberg posting six and four, respectively.

Ottawa?The Bluejays opened their conference season Friday with a 2-1 loss at Ottawa.

The Bluejays lost 19-25, 25-18, 21-25, 29-27.

Jessie Vogts posted 13 kills and Tina Frick added 12. Vogts also had two solo blocks, as did Cortney Janzen.

Mid-America?Tabor dominated its home opener against Mid-America Christian, 25-16, 25-14, 25-17.

Tina Frick led Tabor with 16 kills and a solo block. Jessie Vogts contributed 15 kills.

Coming?The Bluejays are scheduled to play the University of Saint Mary Tuesday and Sterling College will come to town Thursday.

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