Tabor College

Tabor College Bluejays Athletics
400 South Jefferson Hillsboro, KS 67063
NAIA Kansas Midwest
Private Very Small National competitor


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Grant Brubacher

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Grant Brubacher enters his 15th season leading the Tabor men's soccer team. This is his eighth season focusing on the men's program after coaching both sides from 2007-13. Previous to his appointment to lead the soccer teams, he was the assistant baseball coach at Tabor from 2006-07.

Brubacher graduated from Tabor College with a degree in business administration in 2006. In 2019, Brubacher also completed his master's degree in Hillsboro. During his time as a Bluejay, Brubacher played soccer, basketball, and baseball. His accolades from his playing career include being named to three all-conference soccer teams, two all-conference basketball, and two all-conference baseball teams. He was the KCAC Offensive Player of the Year in soccer in 2004 and an honorable mention NAIA All-American in basketball that same season. In 2018 Grant was inducted into the Tabor College Athletic Hall of Fame.

During the 2020-21 season, Brubacher picked up his 100th career coaching win. Brubacher also led his teams to back-to-back appearances in the KCAC championship game in 2012 and 2013. He was recognized as the KCAC Coach of the Year in 2012.

Grant is married to his wife of 11 years, Vickie, and together they have three children: Oliver, Weston, and Brielle.

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Nathan Duell

Nate Duell joins the Tabor soccer staff after seven years leading the Bluejay swim teams. Coach Duell began his soccer playing days in 1976 in the Elkhart (Ind.) YMCA league and played through high school. He has 14 years of high school soccer coaching under his belt, coaching boys’ JV at Concord (Ind.) High School (1997-1998) and as the girls’ varsity assistant at Goshen (Ind.) High School (2002-2013). Nate will also work in the Sports Information Department at Tabor.

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