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Bluejays end regular season on a winning note – Women’s Results

Bluejays end regular season on a winning note – Women’s Results

Amber Bonham drives past Ottawa defenders for a shot in the lane during the first half of Tabor’s 65-53 in over Ottawa on Saturday. She hit three 3-pointers to fuel the Bluejays in the first half. The Tabor College women knocked off the Ottawa Braves, 65-53, after trailing 26-18 in the second quarter. The Bluejays got off to a lukewarm […]

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

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

Morgan Ediger is fouled by Mary Hutchins as she drives to the basket after a steal. Ediger, the team’s scoring leader, returned to action Wednesday for the Sterling College victory after being sideline with a wrist injury since Jan. 3. A slow start by the Tabor College women contributed to a missed opportunity for a victory Saturday against Oklahoma Wesleyan, […]

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

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

Tabor Bluejay forward Taylor Mires scores two points in the second quarter of Tabor’s 73-56 defeat at Lindsborg on Saturday. The Bluejay women, picked to be a contender for a KCAC title, have struggled through five consecutive defeats as the season heads for the finish line. On the heels of 70-58 loss a loss Wednesday at the hands of the […]

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

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

Taylor Deniston draws a foul and during the second quarter of the Bluejays game against McPherson on Saturday. She made both free throws she was awarded. It was a 61-52 week for the Tabor College women, as both games they played ended with identical scores. Tabor started with a win against York College on Wednesday, then found themselves on the […]

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Tabor women come one point short at Ottawa, but defeat OWU

by Don Ratzlaff The Free Press The Tabor College women lost a 59-56 heartbreaker to Ottawa Univer­sity Saturday in Ottawa. The lead went back and forth for much of the game. Tabor led after one quarter, 16-13, but Ottawa rallied to take a 30-28 lead as the first half ended. True to form, Tabor regained the lead 43-41 after three […]

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Tabor women step up to knock off rival Sterling

Tabor women step up to knock off rival Sterling

Tabor College post player Kristyn Wedel scores two of her team-high 15 points in a battle between KCAC title contenders. As Tabor’s floor leader and top scorer watched from the bench in street clothes, her teammates stepped up in a big way Tues­­day to knock off Sterling College, 65-55, to tie a bow on the team’s pre-Christmas schedule. The Warriors […]

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Tabor women lose unbeaten season in KCAC play

Tabor women lose unbeaten season in KCAC play

Tabor post player Kelsey Unruh drives for two of her six points against Bethany. The Swedes rallied late in the game to upset the formerly unbeaten Bluejays. The Tabor College women are no longer undefeated in the KCAC. Bethany, with a 3-3 record in conference play, caught the Bluejays on an off night, and pulled off a 51-50 upset in […]

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Tabor women 2-0 as KCAC play begins

Tabor women 2-0 as KCAC play begins

Tabor guard Morgan Ediger scores in the first half against McPherson’s Brooklyn Coe on the way to 26 points for the game and a 68-49 Tabor victory. The Tabor College women improved to 2-0 in KCAC play Saturday with a 68-49 win over McPherson on the Bluejays’ home court. Tabor started slowly against the Bulldogs, who came in with a […]

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KCAC holds Tabor hoops teams in high regard this coming season

Members of the media and Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference coaches showed major respect for the Tabor College basketball programs during the annual Media Day gathering Oct. 17 in Wichita. The coaches poll and media poll for men’s basketball picked South­western College as the favorite to win the conference crown this season, but the Bluejays were right behind. Eight coaches voted […]

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Tabor women win one, lose one on national stage

Tabor women win one, lose one on national stage

Tena Loewen shoots over an Indiana Tech defender during Tabor’s first-round game Wednesday. Loewen scored nine points in Tabor’s 67-58 victory. In two games at the national tournament, Loewen contributed 20 points. She concludes her Tabor career with 898 points and 697 rebounds. In its second game of the NAIA Division II national championship tournament in Sioux City, Iowa, the […]

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