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Former Tabor player called up to play for Atlanta Braves

Former Tabor College standout pitcher Jacob Webb has realized his dream: pitching in the major leagues. Webb was called up to the Atlanta Braves this past week, becoming the first Tabor pitcher to make an MLB roster. Webb came to Tabor in 2010 after one semester at Riverside Community College. The Riverside, Calif. , native pitched for ...

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Tabor announces HOF group

Tim McCarty, Mike Gardner and Jake Schenk will be inducted into the Tabor College Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 11. The three members of the 2019 class share a bond with the Bluejay football program. Tim ...

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Tabor guard named to honor team by NAIA coaches

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics announced the 2019 Division II Women’s Basketball All-America teams on Thursday, March 16. Tabor College Senior guard Morgan Ediger was named to the honorable mention team by the head coaches. The Cimarron, Kansas native led the Bluejays in scoring (12. 3 ppg), steals (57) and blocks (17). Her 87% ...

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Tabor women fall in first round, celebrates season

Tabor's season ended earlier than most hoped for when they lost in the first round of Nationals on Thursday. But the team had a stellar winning season that was fun for fans to watch. After winning 21 consecutive games, the Tabor Bluejays lost the first round of the National Tournament to the Corban University Warriors. The game ...

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Tabor wins 16th straight

The Tabor College Lady Bluejays won yet another game this weekend and secured the number one spot in the KCAC. The team won their 16th game in a row on Saturday when they beat Kansas Wesleyan 77-66. "If was a big win because it puts us at the top of the conference standings with two games remaining. Our players ...

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Tabor women get big win over Bethel

NEWTON- The Tabor College women have been on quite the winning streak. Saturday night was no exception. The Bluejays played against the Bethel College Threshers at Bethel and they won 55-45. Bethel was ...

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Rutter to retire after Tabor Tennis season

When the Tabor College tennis season comes to a close this spring, a chapter in the life of Head Coach John Rutter will close as well. Coach Ruder will be retiring at the end of the season, completing his seven-year run at the helm of the Bluejay tennis program. Ruder ...

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Tabor women get two big wins, men drop two games

The Lady Bluejays already have two wins since winter break with a contest against Kansas Wesleyan at home on Jan. 2. Going into the game, Kansas Wesleyan was 8-1 while Tabor was 7-2 in the conference. Tabor's 69-63 victory moved them into a tie with Kansas Wesleyan for second in the conference. Tabor was down ...

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Tabor cruises past Bethany College

The Bluejays played against Bethany College on Saturday night at home and won by 19 points. While both teams were closely matched when it came to rebounds and turnovers, Tabor hit more shots. Darnell Jones-Bowie led in scoring racking up 24 of Tabor's 87 points. Patrick Roulette had eight rebounds and Shawntez Scroggins led the team six assists. “I thought our ...

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Several Tabor players on all-conference list

The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference recently announced the 2018 Football All-Conference selections and individual award winners as voted on by the head coaches. Tabor College had several students on the lists. Drevion Cooper, senior running back, was awarded First Team Offense. The First Team Defense list included senior line backer Melvin Williams. Senior line backer ...

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