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TC prof premiers five compositions

Bradley Vogel, Tabor College professor of music and director of choral activities, is premiering five new compositions this spring. The compositions are the fruit of Vogel’s partial sabbatical this year. “I applied for a sabbatical with the idea of doing some composing,” Vogel said. “I had some teachers ask if I’d be interested in writing some stuff for their choirs.” […]

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Student hopes love for acting becomes tool for service

Student hopes love for acting becomes tool for service

Hillsboro native Molly Wiebe Faber says the upcoming Tabor College production of “A Doll’s House” is a favorite among a long resume of productions that began for her in the second grade. Her career goal is to combine her love for theater and her love for helping others. Don Ratzlaff / Free Press Molly Wiebe Faber has had her eye […]

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Tabor exits KCAC tourney early

Tabor exits KCAC tourney early

DeShun Patterson splits two Southwestern defenders during the second half of Saturday’s semifinal game. Patterson scored eight points in Tabor’s 93-88 loss. Janae Rempel / Free Press The Tabor College men’s basketball team made an early exit from the KCAC tournament with a semifinal loss to Southwestern Saturday, 93-88. The Moundbuilders shot lights out all afternoon, foreshadowing what was to […]

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‘Jays aim for postseason tourney

‘Jays aim for postseason tourney

The Tabor College women’s tennis team is comprised of these athletes: front row (from left) Tessa Isaac, Kiana Fujioka, Jessica Emoto, Heidi Klaassen; (back row) head coach John Ruder, Naima Mexsen, Celeste Worthy, Mandi Hiett, Jessica Thorpe, Lindsey Stroud, graduate assistant coach Pasha Zinchenko. The Tabor College women’s tennis team endured a disappointing end to the 2016 season. After starting KCAC […]

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10 Bluejays feted by KCAC coaches

Ten Tabor College athletes have received recognition from KCAC basketball coaches as announced last week. Men—Five members of Tabor College’s regular-season champion men’s basketball team have received recognition from KCAC coaches. Tabor secured the title for the third consecutive year with a 19-3 record in KCAC play and ranks 23rd nationally in Division II. Senior Lance Carter was named Player […]

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Tabor baseball wins two, loses two

The Tabor College baseball team swept Texas A&M-Texarkana Saturday and Sunday but lost two games to Oklahoma City. Tabor played two, seven-inning games each day. Both opponents are receiving votes in the NAIA Top 25 poll. The Bluejays opened competition with a 12-4 win over Texarkana Saturday. The Eagles built a 4-2 lead through three innings, but Tabor scored twice […]

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Bluejays sweep Mid-America Christian

The Tabor College softball team swept Mid-America Christian Saturday. Tabor won Game 1, 8-3, and completed the sweep by winning Game 2, 10-7. No additional information was available at press time. Coming—Tabor (3-6) was scheduled to host Central Christian Tuesday. The Bluejays will compete in the Friends Round Robin Friday and Saturday. Tabor will kick off Friday’s competition with a 10 […]

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Bluejay men cruise to KCAC title

Bluejay men cruise to KCAC title

DeShun Patterson eyes the basket during the second half against Oklahoma Wesleyan Saturday. Patterson scored six points in Tabor’s 94-67 win. The Tabor College men’s basketball team cruised to a pair of victories last week to end the regular season atop the KCAC standings for the third-consecutive year. The Bluejays defeated their two opponents by 20 points or more, tallying […]

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TC women finish second in KCAC

TC women finish second in KCAC

Kaleigh Troxell draws a foul during the first quarter against Oklahoma Wesleyan Saturday. Troxell made both charity shots to give the Bluejays a 19-11 lead. Troxell led all scorers with 12 points in Tabor’s 68-41 win. The Tabor College women’s basketball team split its final regular-season games last week to finish as KCAC runners-up with an 18-4 record, 23-6 overall. […]

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TC takes three from Dakota Wesleyan

The Tabor College baseball team fell one game short of a series sweep of Dakota Wesleyan Saturday and Sunday. Tabor won both games Saturday and the first Sunday before losing the final game of the series. Tabor moved to 9-2 on the season. Dakota Wesleyan—Tabor knocked out 16 hits in a 16-1 victory in Game 1 Saturday. Through three innings, […]

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