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Bluejay men crack Top 25 poll

The Tabor College men’s basketball team cracked the NAIA Division II Coaches’ Top 25 poll last week prior to going on the road to Oklahoma Wesleyan Thursday. In that game, the Bluejays led from start to finish in a convincing, 95-75 win. Tabor took command from the beginning, firing on all cylinders with a 7-0 start and scoring 15 points in […]

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TC men?s soccer ends Coyote win streak

TC men?s soccer ends Coyote win streak

Janae Rempel / Free Press<p>Bransyn Felty battles to maintain possession during Wednesday?s game against Kansas Wesleyan. Felty scored both of Tabor?s goals to give the Bluejays a 2-1 win and end a six-year, regular-season KCAC win streak by the Coyotes. After securing a victory over Kansas Wesleyan earlier in the week, the Tabor College men?s soccer team lost at Sterling […]

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Men, women experience their retirement differently

Men, women experience their retirement differently

What?s retirement like? The answer may depend upon whether you?re a man or a woman. Women report more positive experiences in retirement than men, yet also say they are more likely to experience negative emotions, especially stress, according to a study conducted by MassMutual. The study?s findings have implications for retirement planning, both financially and emotionally. ?Women often experience high […]

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TC tennis 1-5 for week

TC tennis 1-5 for week

Jessica Emoto returns the ball during her singles match against Bethel Saturday. Emoto lost the match, 6-2, 2-6, 4-6. Janae Rempel / Free Press The Tabor College tennis teams faced three KCAC schools last week. Tabor began the week at Bethany Monday and had mixed results. The women defeated the Swedes, 8-1, but the men lost, 9-0, to a Beth?any […]

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Done too soon / Tabor College men make early exit with first-round loss

Done too soon / Tabor College men make early exit with first-round loss

Andrew Thomas throws down the second of three dunks during Tabor?s first-round NAIA Division II tournament game against Morningside. The senior forward led all scorers with 28 points in Tabor?s 86-79 loss. Janae Rempel / Free Press The Tabor College men made an early exit from the 2015 NAIA Division II Men?s Basketball National Championship after losing to sixth-ranked Morningside […]

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Jays receive NAIA tournament seeds

Seedings for the NAIA Division II women?s and men?s basketball national championship tournaments have been released. Both Tabor College teams punched a ticket to their respective tournaments by winning KCAC regular season titles. Women?The Tabor women join the 32-team field in Sioux City, Iowa, as one of four No. 7 seeds in the tournament, which will take place at the […]

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Double take: Tabor snags KCAC titles

Double take: Tabor snags KCAC titles

Tabor College Photo by Vance Frick The Tabor College women?s and men?s basketball teams each won KCAC regular season titles after sweeping Ottawa Saturday. The women defeated the Braves, 60-57, while the men earned an 87-73 victory. Both Bluejay teams concluded the regular season with 15-3 conference records and both enter the KCAC tournament as the No. 1 seeds. The […]

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TC men roll past Ottawa by 14.

TC men roll past Ottawa by 14.

Tabor College men?s basketball coach Micah Ratzlaff cuts down the remainder of the net following the Bluejays? 87-73 victory over Ottawa Saturday. The Bluejay men won the KCAC regular season title for the first time since the 2004-05 season. Janae Rempel / Free Press The Tabor College men?s basketball team ended the regular season riding a six-game win streak, giving […]

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Jays roll past Bethel, McPherson

Jays roll past Bethel, McPherson

Lance Carter draws a foul during the first half against Bethel. He made one of two free throws to give Tabor a 37-28 lead. Carter scored 12 points in Tabor?s 90-79 win. Janae Rempel / Free Press The Tabor College men?s basketball team remains at the top of the KCAC after defeating McPherson and Bethel last week. Bethel?Tabor did not […]

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TC men split two road games

TC men split two road games

Dewayne Biggs draws a foul during the first half at Friends Wednesday. Biggs scored nine points in Tabor?s 70-69 win. Janae Rempel / Free Press After splitting two KCAC games last week, the Tabor College men?s basketball team currently sits in a three-way tie with Bethany and Saint Mary for first place in the conference. Saint Mary?Tabor led by as […]

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