Last season, Tabor Academy fielded a team hampered by limited experience. But projections for the upcoming season tell a different story.
The bulk of that inexperienced squad from a year ago has matured and should provide a positive rise in the overall level of talent once the campaign gets underway.
“Pitching depth, overall team speed and defense should be an improvement from our inexperienced group from last year," said Seawolves coach Kenny Ackerman. "We have many new, young faces that will compete for some time on the varsity team. Some of these new faces will make an immediate impact, but, like last year, our commitment to team cohesiveness, leadership, role-acceptance, dedication and how we respond to adversity will be instrumental in our road to success.”
Tabor finished 7-11 last year, and went 5-10 in the Independent School League. The Seawolves return a sturdy group that should provide the type of leadership quality this team has been searching for.