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2012 KCAC Preseason Football Team

Jul 27, 2012 • by Robert Brennecke • Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference
Wichita, Kan. - Theron "Junior" Allen (RB, Bethany) and Dexter Davis (DL, Friends) highlight the 2012 Preseason All-KCAC Football Team, chosen by KCAC Head Football Coaches. Allen and Davis return as 2011 Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, unanimous ALL-KCAC selections, and NAIA More

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Family a campus presence through generations

Apr 24, 2015 • Mennonite World Review
According to the registrar, Tabor College has graduated 106 students with the last name of Friesen. Of those, 25 come from one family ... However, in spite of the family tradition, neither Calvin nor Betty pushed their boys to become Bluejays. “In our ... More

Bulldogs can't salvage series with Tabor

Apr 22, 2015 • McPherson Sentinel
McPherson College had hits in game one of a rain-delayed doubleheader with NAIA No. 10 Tabor College Tuesday. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, so did Tabor. Mac had 11 hits in game one, but could only capitalize for five runs in a 16-5 loss to the Bluejays. More

Newton senior signs with Tabor

Apr 21, 2015 • The Kansan
Newton High School senior Reagan McCloud signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Tabor College beginning with the 2015-16 school year. McCloud is a pitcher and ... The Bluejays are ranked 10th in the latest NAIA poll. Tabor was 51-13 last season, ... More

Tabor softball team 1-3 for the week

Apr 14, 2015 • Hillsboro Free Press
The Tabor College softball team split a doubleheader with the University of Saint Mary before dropping two to Ottawa, giving them a 7-5 KCAC record, 18-21 overall. Ottawa—Tabor lost two games on the road Saturday. The Bluejays lost Game 1, 9-1. Tabor ... More

Bulldog baseball trumped twice by No. 10 Tabor

Apr 21, 2015 • McPherson Sentinel
10 Tabor College to Monday, though the Bulldogs probably wished they had a couple more days to prepare. The Bluejays collected 19 hits between the first two games of the four-game series Monday at Light Capital Diamond, winning game one 9-3 and ... More

Bulldog netters sweep Tabor

Apr 15, 2015 • McPherson Sentinel
Women. McPherson College 8, Tabor College 1. Doubles. 1. Vorhees/Vorhees (Mac) def. Emoto/Faber (TC) 8-3. 2. Thornburg/Baquiran (Mac) def. Klaassen/Fujioka (TC) 8-2. 3. Gourlay/Short (Mac) def. Schmidt/Shroud 9-7. Singles. 1. Jessica Emoto (TC) def. More

Swede baseball splits with Tabor

Apr 11, 2015 • McPherson Sentinel
8 Tabor College, the Swedes came back to win the night cap 3-1. Clayton Cozzitorto pitched a phenomenal game giving up just four hits over six innings, which was filled with pressure pitches. In addition to the four hits, he also allowed four walks to ... More

Bluejay softball starts KCAC at 3-1

Mar 31, 2015 • Hillsboro Free Press
The Tabor College softball team swept Southwestern before splitting a doubleheader with Bethany to open KCAC play with a 3-1 record. The Bluejays improved to 14-17 on the season. Bethany—Tabor split two games Saturday. The Bluejays earned a ... More

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[Baseball] Bluejays blank MCC

Hillsboro, Kan. - The 10th ranked Tabor College baseballl team recorded its second consecutive shutout after it defeated Manhattan Christian College... More

[Softball] Bluejay Softball Takes Weekly Awards

Wichita, Kan. – Weather shortened the week for most teams in the KCAC, however; Tabor College softball made the most of their games going 2-1 a... More

[Women's Tennis] Jessica Emoto Earns KCAC Player of the Week in Tennis

WICHITA, Kan.– Jessica Emoto (FR/Gresham, OR)of TaborCollege has been selected as the KCAC Women's Tennis Athlete of the Week. She was selec... More

[Men's Outdoor Track & Field] Daugherty named KCAC runner of the Week

Wichita, Kan. - For the second time this year Tabor College middle distance runner Garrett Daugherty (SR/Minneapolis, KS) earned KCAC runner of the ... More

[Softball] Bluejays Take Two From Bethel

Hillsboro, Kan. – The Tabor softball team finished the KCAC portion of the regular season with a doubleheader sweep of Bethel College on Tuesda... More

[Baseball] Bluejays blast 12 home runs in doubleheader sweep of Bulldogs

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[Women's Tennis] Tennis Women Come Up Short

Hillsboro, Kan. – The Tabor women's tennis team dropped a 5-4 decision to Ottawa University in Hillsboro on Monday, April 20. ... More

[Men's Tennis] Tennis Falls to Ottawa

Hillsboro, Kan. – The Tabor men's tennis team dropped a 5-4 decision against Ottawa University on Monday, April 20 in Hillsboro. ... More

[Baseball] Bluejays sweep doubleheader from Bulldogs

McPherson, Kan. - The Tabor College baseball team opened up its four game series with McPherson College by sweeping a doubleheader over the Bulldogs... More

[Softball] Tabor Softball Drops Suspended Game to Sterling

Sterling, Kan. – Game two of a Tabor College softball doubleheader against Sterling had been suspended in the bottom of the first inning due to... More

[Men's Outdoor Track & Field] Allen wins steeplechase at Tabor Invitational

Hillsboro, Kan. - Distance runner Joel Allen (SR/Hillsboro, KS) turned in a first place finish to lead theBluejays track and field team at the Tabo... More

[Softball] Bluejays No-hit By Sterling

Sterling, Kan. – The Tabor softball team was shutout by a pitcher then shutdown by the weather on Saturday, April 18 at Sterling College. The B... More

[Women's Tennis] Women's Tennis Drops Heartbreaker to Moundbuilders

Winfield, Kan. – The Tabor women's tennis team lost a gut-wrenching 5-4 decision to Southwestern College in Winfield, Kan on Thursday, April 16... More

[Men's Tennis] Men's Tennis Falls Short to Southwestern

Winfeild, Kan. – The Tabor men's tennis team dropped a tough 5-4 decision at Southwestern College on Thursday, April 16. The Bluejays won the d... More

[Women's Outdoor Track & Field] Holmes sets conference mark at WSU

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