Yudai Yamakawa’s dedication, grit and team spirit have produced impressive match performances during the final weeks of his four-year Tabor squash career. Playing at #5, Yudai often plays in the last round, with the outcome of a close match depending on who will win his contest. After losing several five-game encounters earlier in the season, Yudai has shown this month that he can save his best efforts for the deciding fifth game, or for the tie-breaking points at the end of a game. He won crucial matches in the National High School Tournament last weekend, and again in a 5-2 victory against Exeter this weekend. Yudai plays each point to his utmost, and his spirit enriches the whole team.
Girls JV Basketball: Cate Viola
Cate was arguably the reason the JV team was able to defeat the Varsity Team from Putnam Science. She scored a season high 9 points (all in the 2nd half) to help the Seawolves go on a 17-2 run to open the 2nd half. She also chipped in 7 rebounds and 4 blocks against a taller and stronger Putnam team. Additionally, Cate had 5 steals. It was all-around effort that gave the team one of its biggest wins over the last two years.
New Student Academic Gatherings - How to find success at Tabor.
On August 13th at 8:00 pm EST join our department chairs, colleagues and a few returning students to learn more about finding academic success. You will have the opportunity to join four different departments and hear about the experiences of some of our returning students in our classrooms. The Zoom rooms will rotate on the quarter hour. You can choose the rooms you would like to visit. The room information will be shared with you on the morning of the 13th in your Tabor email. Please keep an eye out if you have registered for the event. We can’t wait to see you there!