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TC swimmers race at Kearney Quad.

The Tabor women’s swim team continued on a strong first half of the season by finishing 2-1 in the Kearney Quad­rangular on Saturday, Nov. 18, in Nebraska. The Bluejays defeated NAIA foes College of St. Mary, 64-54, and Midland University, 64-11, but lost to NCAA Div II hosts Univer­sity of Nebraska-Kearney 119-64. Sophomore Michal Parris and senior Kelly Smith paced […]

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Tabor swimmers preparing for national stage

Tabor swimmers preparing for national stage

The Tabor College swim team gathers at the pool for a group photo. Back row (from left): Evan Bell, Tristan Ward, Quinlee Niblock (manager), Caysi Sykes (graduate assistant), Danny Smith, Ian Duell, Nicholas Bradley, Jacob Rudolph, Coach Nathan Duell, Sarah Schulte, Aleya Hill. Second row (standing): Blake Smith, Muriel Gibson, Jaden McGee, Haylee Herman, Annika Hightron. Front row (sitting): Michal […]

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TC swim teams compete at nationals

The Tabor College swim teams competed at the NAIA championships last week in Columbus, Ga. The women’s team scored its first points at the national meet and placed 22nd of 23 teams with four points. Olivet Nazarene won with 639. The women scored points in two relay events. Aleya Hill, Kelly Smith, Michal Parris and Mariana Nassuno Alves turned in […]

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TC swimmers compete at Hendrix

The Tabor College swim team competed in the Hendrix Invitational Friday and Saturday to conclude competition for 2016. Michal Parris led the women’s team with a first-place finish in the 1,650 freestyle (19:09.71) Kelly Smith was second in the 200 freestyle (2:04.06), fourth in the 100 individual medley (1:06.40) and sixth in the 100 freestyle (57.31). Aleya Hill, Kaitlin Whitten, […]

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Tabor swimmers compete at Drury

The Tabor College swim teams competed at the Drury Invitational Friday and Saturday. The women’s relays turned in three ninth-place finishes to pace the team. Angela Smith, Kianna Hinerman, Sarah Schulte, Kaitlin Whiten placed ninth in the 200 freestyle relay (1:57.07), while Michal Parris, Angela Smith, Aleya Hill and Kelly Smith were ninth in the 200 medley relay (2:06.52). Kelly […]

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Bluejay swimmers compete in Iowa

The Tabor College swim team competed at a double dual with Iowa Lakes and Iowa Central Saturday. “Physically, these swimmers continue to give us their absolute best, which speaks volumes about their character,” coach Nate Duell said. “We are continuing to improve on the mental aspects of training and racing. With the amount and kind of traveling we do for […]

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Tabor swim team opens season last week

The Tabor College swim team opened its season at Oklahoma Baptist Thursday. “This was a very early meet and a chance to see where we are at the start of the season,” coach Nate Duell said. “I was extremely satisfied with our results. The swimmers have answered all of our challenges thus far in training, and I’m glad they got a […]

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TC swim teams compete at nationals

The Tabor College swim team competed at the NAIA national championship last week in Columbus, Georgia. Women?Kelly Smith, Angela Smith, Tessa Downs, Aleya Hill turned in the highest finish, placing 18th in the 800 free relay with a time of 8:37.93. Kelly Smith, Angela Smith, Downs and Hill were 20th in the 200 free relay preliminaries (1:46.49); 20th in the […]

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Tabor competes at Great Plains Invite

The Tabor College swim teams competed at the Great Plains Invitational Saturday. Tabor earned the following top-five finishes. Aleya Hill led the Bluejays by placing second in the 200 freestyle (2:04.38). Six Bluejay events placed third: Kelly Smith in the 50 freestyle (25.82) and the 100 backstroke (1:06.77); Sarah Schulte in the 200 backstroke (2:42.69); Angela Smith in the 200 […]

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Tabor swimmers compete at Kansas

The Tabor College swim teams competed at the University of Kansas Quadrangular Saturday. Women?Tabor lost all to all three of its opponents: Kansas (130-55), William Jewell (217-27) and Morningside (154-65). The Bluejay women turned in four top-five performances. Aleya Hill led the way by placing fourth in the 500 freestyle, bettering her own school record with a time of 5:47.33. […]

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