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Tabor basketball sweeps York

Tabor basketball sweeps York

The Tabor College basketball teams swept York Tuesday to remain unbeaten in KCAC play with 3-0 records. Women—Tabor rolled to an 87-46 victory Tuesday. The Bluejays shot nearly 52 percent from the field (35-for-68), presenting a balanced scoring attack in which only one Bluejay scored in double figures. Meanwhile, Tabor limited York to 30 percent shooting (18-for-60). Coach Shawn Reed […]

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Tabor basketball rolls past Sterling

The Tabor College basketball teams remained unbeaten in KCAC play by sweeping Sterling Saturday. Women—Tabor defeated Sterling, 70-55, Saturday. With Tabor trailing, 4-2, Taylor Deniston and Morgan Ediger combined to score the next nine points to give Tabor an 11-4 lead. The Bluejays maintained that margin through the end of the first period to lead, 22-15. Sterling battled back by […]

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Tabor volleyball secures opening-round win over Wayland Baptist

After advancing to postseason play for the first time in program history, the Tabor College volleyball team secured an opening-round victory over Wayland Baptist Saturday, 3-1. The teams were familiar opponents; Tabor defeated the Pioneers in three sets in early September. This time, Wayland Baptist claimed momentum at the start by earning a Set 1 victory, 27-25. The Bluejays led […]

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Tabor succumbs to Morningside, 65-17

Tabor succumbs to Morningside, 65-17

Joseph Donnell (Jim Lee, Sioux City Journal) For the second-consecutive year, the Tabor College football team suffered a season-ending, postseason defeat to Morningside. Having fallen to the Mustangs by a 51-6 margin in the NAIA quarterfinals a year ago, this year Tabor succumbed in the first round by a 65-17 score. Tabor nearly tripled its offensive point total from a […]

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Tabor sweeps Bethel in KCAC opener

Tabor sweeps Bethel in KCAC opener

The Tabor College basketball teams started the KCAC season with a pair of victories over Bethel Thursday. Kristyn Wedel Women—Tabor overcame a poor half of shooting to achieve a 62-53 victory Thursday. The Bluejays made just six of 31 attempts from the field in the first half (19 percent). Coach Shawn Reed said it was not so much poor shot […]

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Jays win 2nd-straight KCAC championship

Jays win 2nd-straight KCAC championship

Zack Johnson catches a 56-yard flea-flicker from quarterback Curry Parham late in the first quarter at Bethel Saturday. The drive culminated in a touchdown that extended Tabor’s lead to 16-7. Johnson caught five passes for 88 yards and two touchdowns in Tabor’s 40-10 win. Tabor will face Morningside in the NAIA Opening Round Saturday. Phyllis Richert Photo The 13th-ranked Tabor College […]

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Bluejays to make first volleyball appearance

Bluejays to make first volleyball appearance

Miranda Leibold and Tena Loewen attempt to block a Spire attack during Tuesday’s KCAC quarterfinal match against Saint Mary. Tabor swept the Spires and went on to sweep Kansas Wesleyan in the semifinals before losing to Ottawa, 3-2, in the tournament championship. Tabor will face Wayland Baptist in the NAIA Opening Round Saturday. Photo by Janae Rempel The Tabor College volleyball […]

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TC men split two at Sterling Classic

The Tabor College men’s basketball team split two games at the Sterling Classic last weekend. Tabor suffered an 87-86 loss to Morningside Friday. The Bluejays tied the game at 86 when Julian Winton made a two-pointer with 8 seconds left in the game. But a Bluejay foul sent the Mustangs to the charity stripe, where the second of two free-throws […]

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Bluejay women win two at Sterling

The Tabor College women’s basketball team won two games at the Sterling Classic last weekend. The Bluejays opened competition with a 66-56 win over College of Saint Mary Friday. Tabor endured a slow start, as the Flames built a 9-2 advantage and maintained it the duration of the first period, which ended with College of Saint Mary in the lead, […]

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Tabor women’s soccer season concludes

The sixth-seeded Tabor College women’s soccer season came to a close in the semifinals of the KCAC tournament Tuesday with a 5-0 loss to No. 2 Kansas Wesleyan. The Bluejays managed just four shots in the game, with none being shots on goal. Kansas Wesleyan, meanwhile tallied 24 shots, including 12 shots on goal. The Coyotes scored in the eighth […]

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