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The Seward County Community College volleyball program and Head Coach Bert Luallen have announced the hiring of Alana Miller as the assistant volleyball coach. The hiring of Miller comes two months before the start of the 2006 volleyball season, where Luallen will begin his second year as the Lady Saints head coach. Miller experienced junior college coaching success as an assistant coach at Seminole State College (Seminole, Okla.) where in two years the Lady Trojans posted a 61-28 overall record, with a 9th place finish at the 2004 NJCAA National Volleyball Tournament.

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Seward County Community College catcher Tyler Henry, has signed a national letter of intent with Evangel University, in Springfield, Missouri. Henry, a two-year starting catcher for the Saints in 2005 and 2006 will take his skills to Evangel University, a National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) program who competes in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. Henry is the seventh Seward County sophomore to sign at a four-year program after the Saints finished with a 33-27 overall record in 2006.

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The Seward County Community College athletic department and Athletic Director, Galen McSpadden have announced Scarlette Frydendall as the Head Cheerleading Coach at SCCC. Frydendall, originally from Liberal has spent the last three years as a local cheerleading coach/choreographer at Liberal High School and South Middle School. Frydendall has 14 years of cheerleading experience including three years as the captain of the Saints Cheerleading squad (1998-2001).

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The Seward County Community College menís basketball program and Head Coach Dave Brown have announced the hiring of Aaron Kallhoff as assistant menís basketball coach. Kallhoff joins the Saints basketball program after spending three seasons as the assistant menís basketball coach at Allen County Community College (Iola, Kan.) in the Jayhawk East Conference.

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The Seward County Community College softball program has announced that four sophomores from 2005-2006 have signed with four-year universities for the 2006-2007 school year. SCCC sophomores, Kati Jo Gabaldon (Texas A&M-Kingsville), Sarah Wittwer (Norfolk State University), Stephanie Jaime (Friends University), and Allison Bellar (Friends University) have all signed scholarship agreements for the upcoming year.

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FORMER SAINT, JARED CRANSTON, DRAFTED IN 34TH ROUND BY S.F. GIANTS

For the 14th consecutive year, the Seward County Community College baseball program has been represented in the Major League Baseball First-Year Players Amateur draft that completed their 50 rounds on Wednesday afternoon. Saints second baseman, Bo Merrell, and former SCCC left-handed pitcher, Jared Cranston, were each selected by the San Francisco Giants on the second-day of the two day draft.

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MAY 1 Ė MAY 31, 2006

The 2005-2006 academic and athletic year has ended and the Seward County Community College athletic department had a year full of accomplishments from its athletes and coaches. The month of May brought the end to four sports as baseball, softball, menís and womenís tennis all completed their post seasons. Although menís and womenís basketball and volleyball were in their off-seasons during May, all three sports announced headline news with sophomores signings at four-year collegeís and universities along with the signings of incoming freshmen student-athletes.

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The Seward County Community College baseball program and Head Coach, Galen McSpadden, have announced that four sophomores, Michael Jarman, Jeff Brewer, Brian Majors, and Matt Sopic have signed letters of intentís for the 2006-2007 school year. Jarman will play at Oral Roberts University (NCAA D-I), Brewer signed with Stephen F. Austin University (NCAA D-I), Majors inked the dotted line with NCAA D-II powerhouse, Emporia State University, and Sopic is committed to the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. All four players helped lead the Saints to a 33-27 overall record and a fourth place finish at the Region VI Tournament this past season.

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Seward County Community College menís and womenís tennis Head Coach, Darin Workman, has announced that four sophomore tennis players have signed letterís of intent to four-year collegeís for the 2006-2007 school year. The three sophomores from the Saints tennis program that have signed are Thiago Lins (Bethel College), Diego Paredes (St. Thomas University) and Josh Rollins (Colorado State University-Pueblo). Lady Saint, Thu Ha Mai (Drury University), was one of only two sophomores on the Seward County 2006 National Tournament 10th place team.

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