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Tabor tennis personnel awarded KCAC honors

Several members of the Tabor College tennis teams were selected for Kansas Collegiate Athletic Confer­ence awards by vote of the KCAC head coaches. Southwestern College, Tabor College, and McPher­son College tied for the regular-season champions with 8-1 conference records. Tabor head coach John Ruder was named Coach of the Year, and Bluejay Jessica Emoto was unanimously named MVP for the […]

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TC women win first KCAC tennis title

With the last point of a 6-1, 6-0 match, Jessica Emoto, fittingly, put the final touches on the first KCAC women’s tennis championship for the Tabor College Bluejays. Emoto earned the fifth point of the dual, guaranteeing Tabor the win. The Bluejays ended up winning the dual, 9-0, to complete an 8-1 regular season. Tabor took a commanding 3-0 lead […]

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Tabor tennis teams heading for KCAC home stretch

As the Tabor College women’s and men’s tennis teams enter the KCAC portion of their schedule the last week of March, coach John Ruder feels both teams have the potential to make an impact in the conference. The women are 1-1 so far and 7-5 overall, following a win over Bethany and a loss to McPherson. The men’s team is […]

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Bluejay women’s tennis ends season

The third-seeded Tabor College women’s tennis team was one of four teams to qualify for the KCAC tournament in Topeka last week. The Bluejays (6-2, 9-5) faced second-seeded Southwestern (7-1, 16-4), who is receiving votes nationally, in the semifinals Friday and lost, 5-4. During the regular season, Tabor lost to Southwestern, 7-2, in early April. “The Southwestern women are very deep, […]

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Six Bluejays feted by KCAC coaches

Six members of the Tabor College tennis teams have received All-KCAC recognition from conference coaches as announced last week. Women—Four Bluejays received recognition from conferences coaches. Junior Jessica Emoto was a unanimous first-team selection and was named Most Valuable Player for the second-consecutive year. In singles play, Emoto swept her KCAC opponents with a 9-0 record, 20-3 overall. She was […]

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TC tennis 1-3 in matches last week

TC tennis 1-3 in matches last week

Jessica Emoto defeated Kansas Wesleyan’s Itzi Torres, 6-0, 6-2, Friday, extending her two-year, 10-0 unbeaten streak in KCAC play. The Bluejays swept the Coyotes, 9-0, improving to 2-1 in KCAC play, 5-4 overall.<p> The Tabor College tennis teams were swept by Southwestern and split with Kansas Wesleyan last week. In a match plagued by injury, the Tabor men lost to […]

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Bluejay tennis splits with Swedes

The Tabor College tennis teams split matches at Bethany Friday in a contest postponed from Thursday. The Bluejay women swept the Swedes, while the men lost, 8-1, to a Bethany team receiving votes nationally. Coming—Tabor will host Kansas Wesleyan today at 1 p.m. and will play at Friends Monday at 3 p.m. The women were scheduled to make up Saturday’s […]

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TC tennis teams loses to Colorado Christian teams

The Tabor College tennis teams lost to Colorado Christian Thursday. The men lost, 5-4. The women lost, 6-3. Saturday, the Bluejay men, who for the second time last week competed with a team of five, lost to Hesston, 6-3. The women’s contest was not played. Tabor will play at Bethany tomorrow at 3 p.m. Tabor tennis Vs. Hesston (March 25) […]

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Tabor tennis team loses two to Barton

The Tabor College tennis teams lost to Barton Community Thursday. The men competed without Angel Miguel, forfeiting both a singles and a doubles match, and lost 6-3. The women lost, 8-1, competing without Heidi Klaassen and Kiana Fujioka. Coach John Ruder said Barton’s women’s team is much improved. Mandi Hiett secured Tabor’s only win at No. 5 singles. Coming—Tabor will […]

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Tabor tennis splits with Lindenwood

The Tabor College tennis teams hosted Lindenwood Saturday. The women earned an 8-1 victory, while the men lost, 6-3. “I was pleased with our performance,” coach John Ruder said. “Lindenwood’s men were a strong team. Our players never gave up and continued to fight to the end of the match. “The women came out of the gate and took care of […]

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