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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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TC’s Emoto wins ITA Regional

For the second consecutive year, Jessica Emoto will represent the Tabor College tennis team at the ITA National Championships. Emoto was the No. 1 seed the 2016 ITA Regional Championships Sept. 16-18 and won the tournament with a 5-0 record. Following a first-round bye, Emoto defeated Doane’s Ashley Zaeske, 6-0, 6-0. Emoto’s next three opponents were from William Woods, and […]

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TC’s Emoto driven to achieve on and off the court

TC’s Emoto driven to achieve on and off the court

Tabor College’s Jessica Emoto earned NAIA All-American recognition from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association at the conclusion of her sophomore campaign. Tabor’s No. 1 women’s singles player, Emoto qualified for the USTA/ITA National Small College Tennis Championships last fall. She went 28-5 in singles and 18-5 in doubles last year and was a unanimous selection as KCAC Most Valuable Player. Jessica […]

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Emoto honored as  NAIA All-American

Emoto honored as NAIA All-American

Jessica Emoto was recognized by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association as a 2016 NAIA All-American in women’s singles. The Tabor College sophomore went 15-1 in No. 1 singles this past season. Tabor College tennis player Jessica Emoto has achieved 2016 NAIA All-American recognition from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association in women’s singles. The sophomore from Gresham, Ore., is one of 20 athletes […]

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