Post Tagged with: "Tabor College men’s basketball"

TC men throttled by OKWU in finale

The Tabor College men made the trip to Bartlesville, Okla., Friday hoping to steal a road trip win from 20th-ranked Oklahoma Wesleyan University. It appeared the Bluejays were going to give them a fight, trailing by only 48-43 with a minute left in the first half. But back-to-back 3-point baskets by the Eagles may have been a knockout punch. The […]

Read more ›
KCAC head coaches award honors to seven Bluejays

KCAC head coaches award honors to seven Bluejays

Seven players from the Tabor College women’s and men’s teams received recognition by the Kansas Colle­giate Athletics Conference for their performance during the season. Four Bluejays on the women’s team were recognized based on the vote of KCAC head women’s basketball coaches. Taylor Deniston, a junior guard from Humboldt, was a unanimous pick for the KCAC second team. She averaged […]

Read more ›
Bluejays end regular season on a winning note- Men’s Results

Bluejays end regular season on a winning note- Men’s Results

Gaven Schumann soars for two points early in the Bluejays’ game against Ottawa on Saturday. He contributed 10 points in the 100-79 victory. The Tabor College men trailed Ottawa 33-18 midway through the first half, but pulled within one point by halftime, then dominated play late in the second half on the way to a 100-79 victory to end the […]

Read more ›
Bluejays rejuvenate for late-season surge- Men’s Results

Bluejays rejuvenate for late-season surge- Men’s Results

Tabor’s Diontre Cutliff drives past OKWU’s Isaak Rowe to score two points for the Bluejays in the first half of a win over Oklahoma Wesleyan on Saturday. Cutliff led with 19 points in the overtime victory. Tabor College earned a measure of revenge Saturday night with an 82-79 overtime victory over Okla­homa Wesleyan University, the second-place team in the KCAC. […]

Read more ›

Bluejays battling to stay relevant in KCAC- Men’s Results

The Tabor College men bounced back from a loss Wednesday against Univer­sity of Saint Mary to win an 81-79 nail-biter against Bethany College Saturday at Lindsborg. The split left the Bluejays with a 10-8 mark in the KCAC and an 11-13 record for the season. Tabor established a narrow 36-30 lead as the first half ended, but in the second […]

Read more ›

Tabor Bluejays Mac attacked with road losses- Men’s Results

The Tabor men lost their third straight game Saturday, coming up short on the road against McPher­son College, the KCAC bottom dwellers, 87-80. The loss leaves the Blue­jays in a tie for sixth place in the KCAC with an 8-6 record and a 9-11 record for the season. Tabor played the game without the services of Julian Winton, their leading […]

Read more ›

Bluejay men defeat Braves with second-half rally, but lose to OWU

The Tabor College men rallied from a 39-27 halftime deficit to defeat Ottawa University on the Braves’ home court Saturday, 76-72. The win evened Tabor’s season record to 8-8 and improved the Bluejays’ KCAC record to 7-3. Julian Winton had a huge game, scoring 37 points on 11-for-18 shooting from the floor, 2-for-6 from behind the arc and 13-for-16 at […]

Read more ›
Bluejays battle tough teams at Holiday Classic- Men’s Basketball Results

Bluejays battle tough teams at Holiday Classic- Men’s Basketball Results

Tabor’s Isaiah Wilson is smothered as he drives for a score during the first half against the Hasting Broncos on Saturday. Wilson contributed three points, but Hastings outscored the Bluejays, 92-66, for the victory. The Tabor College men battled two challenging teams during their Holiday Classic, but the results didn’t do much to feed the holiday spirit. The Bluejays received […]

Read more ›
Bluejay men knock off Sterling to extend streak

Bluejay men knock off Sterling to extend streak

Tabor sophomore Diontre Cutliff drives for two of his 12 points in the Bluejays’ 93-68 win over Sterling College on Dec. 12. It was Tabor’s sixth consecutive victory.<p> The Tabor College men completed their pre-Christ­mas schedule with another second-half scoring surge that fueled a 93-76 win over Sterling on Tuesday. But it came at a price. The Bluejays, now riding […]

Read more ›
Bluejay men dominate Swedes in second half

Bluejay men dominate Swedes in second half

Tabor’s guard DeShun Patterson scores in traffic during the second half of Tabor’s 98-65 win over Bethany College on Saturday night. Patterson finished with eight points. The Tabor College men got off to a solid start and were never seriously threatened on the way to a 98-65 home win over Bethany on Saturday. Tabor’s Jordan Horstick hit a 3-pointer to […]

Read more ›