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Tabor earns 57-53 win at OKWU

The Tabor College women’s basketball team was tested on the road in Bartlesville Thursday but came away with a 57-53 victory. Oklahoma Wesleyan scored the game’s first basket, then Tabor went on a 9-0 run. Jurnee Reid made two- and three-point baskets in a 30-second span to lead the charge. The Bluejays maintained the lead the rest of the quarter, […]

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Jays fall to St. Gregory?s

The Tabor College women?s soccer team concluded non-conference play with a 3-2 loss at Saint Gregory?s Tuesday. The Bluejays took the early lead when Nicole Stevenson sent the ball over the keeper?s head off an assist from Kaitlyn Wells in the 18th minute. But Saint Gregory?s tied it just more than two minutes later. The teams took a 1-1 tie […]

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Bluejays 1-3 at Missouri Valley

The Tabor College volleyball team went 1-3 at the Missouri Valley Tournament Friday and Saturday. Two of Tabor?s losses were in five sets, providing valuable learning experience for the young Bluejays. ?I really feel like we should’ve had both of those wins,? coach Amy Ratzlaff said. ?Whenever you get into a fifth set, having a court full of new players […]

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Tabor football picked as KCAC title contender

Tabor football picked as KCAC title contender

These All-KCAC returners will form a solid core for the Tabor College football team this season: (from left) D?Marco Smith, Ben Gardner, Derrick Lawrence, Torrey Gill, head coach Mike Gardner, Dylan Delk, Dimitri Bowie, Jared Slavens. Not pictured: Trey Geiger. Don Ratzlaff / Free Press At the start of a new season, head coach Mike Gardner and the Tabor College […]

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Tabor baseball team achieves most wins in school history

Tabor baseball team achieves most wins in school history

Coach Mark Standiford shares some last-minute words of wisdom with the Bluejays before Tabor?s game against Oklahoma Baptist May 25 in its third outing of the 2015 Avista-NAIA World Series. Tabor lost the game, 5-1, but concluded the season with a school-best 54 wins. Season Graves Photo It may not have been the ending the Bluejays were seeking, but even […]

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TWICE AS NICE

TWICE AS NICE

Tabor advances to NAIA World Series for second consecutive year Russell Longworth raises both hands in victory atop the celebratory dog-pile after Tabor defeated Bellevue to win the NAIA Opening Round tournament in Bellevue Friday. Longworth was the winning pitcher in Tabor?s 9-4 victory, despite coming in on short rest. The win punched the Bluejays? ticket to the NAIA World […]

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TWO-TIME CHAMPIONS

TWO-TIME CHAMPIONS

Closing pitcher Gregory Turner, catcher Armando Castillo and teammates celebrate after securing the final out in Tabor?s 12-7 championship victory over Kansas Wesleyan Saturday. The win punched Tabor?s ticket to the NAIA Opening Round tournament May 12-15. Janae Rempel / Free Press Bluejays win KCAC tournament for second consecutive year The ninth-ranked and top-seeded Tabor College baseball team survived an […]

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Bluejays earn 8 All-KCAC marks

Bluejays earn 8 All-KCAC marks

Garrett Daugherty gains distance from Saint Mary?s Josh Whittaker in the 1,500 at the KCAC championships. Daugherty won in 4:09.07 and also won the 800 (1:55.50). Phyllis Richert Photo The Tabor College outdoor track and field team concluded the regular season at the KCAC outdoor championships at Bethany College in Lindsborg Friday and Saturday. ?Overall, I was proud of how […]

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Tabor track team competes at Baker

The Tabor College track and field team competed at the Zach Kindler Wildcat Open at Baker Saturday. Coach Dave Kroeker said rain hampered the Bluejays? performances for the outing. Caleb Blue highlighted the men?s performances by winning the 200 (22.44 seconds), while Tyler Entz placed third in the high jump (6-0). For the women, the 4×100 relay team led the […]

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Bluejays take two from Coyotes

Bluejays take two from Coyotes

Araselly Vargas (center) and teammates celebrate Vargas? second solo home run during Game 1 against Kansas Wesleyan Wednesday. Tabor won the game, 3-0. Vargas later hit a grand slam in Game 2 to help Tabor come from behind and win, 5-4. She was named KCAC Player of the Week. Janae Rempel / Free Press The Tabor College softball team won […]

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