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Tabor begins pool play at NAIA tourney

The 38th annual Women’s Volleyball National Cham­pionship was scheduled to begin Tuesday at the Tyson Events Center in Sioux City, Iowa. Tabor College was to begin pool play at 5 p.m. Tuesday against Grand View (Iowa). The Bluejays will then face Columbia at 8 p.m. Nov. 29, and Morningside at 6 p.m. Thursday. The NAIA Network will broadcast live all […]

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MOVING ON; Tabor College earned a trip to the NAIA Volleyball Championships by defeating Trinity Christian College before a home-court crowd.

MOVING ON; Tabor College earned a trip to the NAIA Volleyball Championships by defeating Trinity Christian College before a home-court crowd.

Tabor head coach Amy Ratzlaff huddles with her players prior to the fifth and determining set Saturday. Aside from the fortitude of her players, Ratzlaff credited the support of the home crowd for lifting them to victory. Fueled by a supportive home crowd and powered by Amy Horner, its conference player of the year, the Tabor College volleyball team went […]

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Bluejays moving on to national tourney

Bluejays moving on to national tourney

Tabor College outside hitter Amy Horner, battling against McPherson College on Oct. 20, shows the form that led to her be named “KCAC Player of the Year” last week. The senior from Artesia, N.M., and her fellow KCAC tournament champion teammates will host Trinity College from Indiana in the opening round of the NAIA this Saturday. Winning the Kansas Collegiate […]

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Bluejays in the thick of KCAC title run

Bluejays in the thick of KCAC title run

Tabor frontliners Sydney Peitz and Amy Horner go for the block against Kansas Wesleyan Friday at Tabor. The Bluejays swept the KCAC-leading Coyotes, 3-0. The Tabor College volleyball team had its hands full last week with three matches in four days, two of which were against KCAC title contenders. The Bluejays came away with a 2-1 record to maintain third […]

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Tabor goes 4-0 at midseason KCAC tourney

The Tabor volleyball team extended its win streak to five matches with a 4-0 sweep at the first KCAC Mid-Season Tournament in Hutchinson on Friday and Saturday. The wins improved Tabor’s record to 13-3 and into a second-place tie with Ottawa for second place in the KCAC, and 18-7 overall. “With the addition of teams to the KCAC, we were […]

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Bookend sweeps gives TC 2-1 record for week

Bookend sweeps gives TC 2-1 record for week

>Tabor’s Sydney Peitz (13), with support from teammate Kendra Kroeker (12) blocks the hit by Bethel’s Abby Kurt­zer in the first set Saturday at North Newton. Tabor swept all three sets and is tied for third in the KCAC race. The Tabor volleyball began last week with a three-set sweep of Friends Univer­sity at home and ended the week with […]

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TC volleyball tied for 2nd in KCAC

The Tabor College volleyball team rebounded from a disappointing loss to Kansas Wesleyan on Thurs­day with a 3-0 sweep Saturday of York College in Nebraska. The scores were 25-19, 25-19, 25-13, giving Tabor a 7-2 record in KCAC and 12-6 overall. Meanwhile, last-place York slipped to 1-8 and 3-16. Amy Horner led the attack with 15 kills on 34 attempts, […]

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Tabor hitters fuel win over Ottawa

Tabor hitters fuel win over Ottawa

Brooke Halloway elevates for a kill against an Ottawa defender during the second set of Tabor’s 3-1 win over the Braves for Ottawa’s first loss in the KCAC. The Tabor volleyball team saw its eight-match winning streak end at McPherson College on Wednesday, but earned a huge win over KCAC contender Ottawa on Saturday for a 2-1 week and a […]

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Six Bluejays lauded as scholar athletes

Six members of Tabor’s 26-12 volleyball team have been named 2016 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes. Bluejays who earned recognition are: seniors Kim Hockley, Amy Horner and Tena Loewen, and juniors Brooke Holloway, Sydney Peitz and Megan Voth. Qualification for nomination include being an academic junior with a minimum grade point average of 3.5. In all, 481 student-athletes made the list. Forty-nine […]

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Tabor’s historic season ends with NAIA pool play

The Tabor College volleyball team’s historic season came to a close on the national stage at the conclusion of pool play last week. Tabor qualified for post-season play for the first time in program history, then defeated Wayland Baptist to earn a spot to compete among a 32-team field in pool play in Sioux City, Iowa. The Bluejays (26-9) were […]

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