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Tabor women lose to top-ranked St. Francis, 69-53

In its second game of the NAIA Division II national championship, the Tabor College women’s basketball team succumbed to first-seeded and overall top-ranked St. Francis Friday, 69-53. St. Francis came into the game with just one loss on the season—an 88-64 defeat to Saint Xavier in late February—having rattled off 31 straight wins prior to that. Tabor started the game […]

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Tabor men earn first-round victory over Davenport

Tabor men earn first-round victory over Davenport

Julian Winton The Tabor College men’s basketball team broke a three-year, first-round losing streak by defeating Davenport Thursday, 78-70, at the NAIA Division II national championship. The Bluejays limited the Panthers to nearly 14 points below their average, defending well, coach Micah Ratzlaff said, which fueled Tabor’s offense. Tabor pushed the tempo from the start, bursting to a 10-0 lead […]

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Tabor women earn first-round win over Indiana Tech, 67-58

The Tabor College women’s basketball team opened play in the NAIA Division II National Championship with a first-round victory over Indiana Tech Wednesday, 67-58. The fourth-seeded Warriors entered the contest scoring an average of 79 points per game, and averaging 9.6 made three-point attempts per game. The Warriors also presented an inside presence, their leading scorer, Keanna Gary, a 6-foot, […]

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Tabor Arts to perform Ibsen’s ‘Doll’s House’

Tabor Arts will perform its annual spring theater selection at 7:30 p.m. March 8-11 in the Lab Theater in the Lohrenz Building on campus. This year’s selection is the popular drama “A Doll’s House” by Henrik Ibsen. The play takes place in Norway in 1895 and tells the story of Nora Helmer, played by Molly Wiebe Faber, a senior from […]

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Tabor women defeat Friends in KCAC tourney championship

The 20th-ranked Tabor College women’s basketball team knocked off 11th-ranked and top-seeded Friends in the KCAC tournament finals Monday by a score of 74-70. Friends had gotten the best of the Bluejays in the teams’ two regular-season meetings, but Monday proved the third time’s the charm. Both teams started the game on fire offensively, and the first quarter ended with […]

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Tabor women defeat Spires, 80-62, advance to tourney finals

Tabor women defeat Spires, 80-62, advance to tourney finals

Tena Loewen The Tabor College women’s basketball team used a solid effort on both ends of the court to roll to an 80-62 victory over Saint Mary Saturday in the KCAC tournament semifinals. The Bluejays made 57 percent of their shots for the game (27-for-47), including a blistering 68 percent in the first half (19-for-28), while limiting the Spires to […]

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Tabor men lose to Southwestern in KCAC semifinals, 93-88

Tabor men lose to Southwestern in KCAC semifinals, 93-88

Lance Carter 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 visiting Moundbuilders shot lights out all afternoon, foreshadowing what was to come by making 10 of their first 11 attempts from the field (91 percent) to stake a 24-17 lead. DeShun Patterson made a three-pointer […]

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Solid defense propels Tabor women past Southwestern, 65-45

Solid defense propels Tabor women past Southwestern, 65-45

Jurnee Reid The Tabor College women’s basketball team used a solid defensive effort to defeat Southwestern in the KCAC tournament quarterfinals Thursday, 65-45. The Bluejays forced 23 Moundbuilder turnovers, which translated into 20 points for Tabor. In addition, Tabor kept the visitors off the charity stripe—Southwestern was 3-for-7 at the line—and limited the ‘Builders’ effectiveness from beyond the arc. From […]

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Tabor men outlast Oklahoma Wesleyan in overtime, 92-91

Tabor men outlast Oklahoma Wesleyan in overtime, 92-91

Julian Winton The Tabor College men’s team held on down the stretch to earn a 92-91 overtime victory over Oklahoma Wesleyan in the KCAC tournament quarterfinals Wednesday. The teams had faced each other four days prior, with Tabor earning a 94-67 win. This time, however, the game was highly contested. Between the two teams, 69 three-point attempts were taken. Tabor […]

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Public invited to hear Koch exec speak at Tabor

Mark Holden, Koch Industries senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary, will speak to Tabor College students, faculty and staff as part of the Nachtigall Lecture Series on Entrepre­neurship at 7 p.m. March 1 in the chapel Hillsboro and surrounding community members are encouraged to attend. Holden’s topic is “Mak­ing Communities Safer and Removing Barriers to Opportunity: The Moral, […]

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