Tabor?College volleyball struggles on the road

The Tabor volleyball team finished the week 0-3, falling to KCAC foe Ottawa on Wednes?day and Southern Nazarene and Mid-America Christian in Bethany, Okla., on Saturday.

The Bluejays are 4-10 and 2-3 in KCAC play.

In Ottawa, Tabor lost in four sets, 28-26, 20-25, 20-25, 17-25. Tina Frick, Gina Hullett and Jordan Crosson had seven kills each.

Mandi Phillips and Cortney Janzen served 100 percent on 13 and 19 attempts, respectively. Janzen had two aces. Phillips added 12 set assists and nine digs. Hollister Wolf had 18 set assists.

Paige Tabor had 21 digs. Hollie Tabor had 15 and Jessica Dixon had 13.

At Bethany, Tabor started the day falling to Southern Nazarene University in four sets, 21-25, 17-25, 26-24, 19-25.

In the final match, the Bluejays fell to Mid-America University in five sets, 21-25, 25-15, 21-25. 25-18, 12-25.

Janzen led Tabor with 21 kills. Frick had 19 and Jessie Vogts had 15.

Dixon had 40 digs and three aces. Phillips had 22 digs and 33 set assists. Wolf finished with 33 set assists as well.

Coming?Tabor College will try to get back on track this week with three home matches.

St. Mary was sceduled to play at Hillsboro on Tuesday. On Sept. 10, Tabor picked up its first win of the season against the Squires with a three-game sweep in Leavenworth.

Sterling (4-12, 1-3) comes to Tabor on Thursday and South?western (1-8, 0-5) visits on Saturday.

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