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Seward County secured the No. 1 seed in the Jayhawk West Conference and at least a share of the conference title with a dominating 97-86 victory over Pratt Community College on Wednesday night. A Saints’ victory over Colby would earn SCCC an outright conference championship with a 13-3 league record, A Seward County loss and a Hutchinson victory over Cloud County, would mean the Saints and Blue Dragons would share the conference crown. The Saints have put themselves in great position winning 11 of their last 12 games, which includes five games on the road. The Saints hit on all cylinders on Wednesday night against Pratt shooting 56 percent from the field in the first half, and with seven players scoring in double figures while not one Saints’ player played in more than 29 minutes.

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Seward County will finish no lower than tied for second-place in the Jayhawk West Conference with a win in its regular-season finale on Sunday afternoon at Colby Community College. The Lady Saints enter the day tied for the second-best record in the Western Division (12-3) with Cloud County Community College. If Seward County wins, and the Lady T-Birds win on Saturday afternoon on the road at Hutchinson Community College, a coin flip will be used to determine who the No. 2 seed will be in the Jayhawk West. If the season ended today, SCCC would host either Fort Scott C.C. (12-14, 5-12) or Allen County C.C. (12-17, 5-12) in the NJCAA Region VI First Round Playoff game at the Green House on Wednesday, March 5.

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The Seward County Community College softball team dropped two games against Northern Oklahoma College – Tonkawa on Wednesday afternoon in Tonkawa, Okla. The Lady Saints’ losing streak moved to five games after a 4-3 (eight innings) and 9-1 loss to the Lady Mavericks. Seward County sophomore Sarah Longoria recorded her first career home run in game-two, and sophomore Lindsay Garchinski went 3-for-4 to lead SCCC in the opener. Seward County drops to 1-5 overall this season while Northern Oklahoma is now 7-6 on the season.

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After breaking the most prolific scoring record in Seward County Community College women’s basketball history, Tegan Cunningham has been named the NJCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Co-Player of the Week for the fifth time during her two-year career. Cunningham, a sophomore NJCAA & WBCA All-American, broke the SCCC all-time career scoring mark last week with 14 points in a victory against Garden City Community College. For the week, Cunningham averaged 15.5 points, 10 rebounds, three steals and 2.5 assists per game. She shared the honor with La Shonda Martin, a 5-foot-7 guard from Black Hawk-East College, who averaged 27 points, four rebounds and 2.5 steals per game last week. It is the third time this season Cunningham has been honored as the NJCAA Player of the Week.

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The Seward County Community College men’s basketball team secured at least a share of the Jayhawk West Conference title on Wednesday night with a convincing 97-86 victory over Pratt Community College at the Beaver Dome in Pratt. The Saints dominated the contest and led by as many as 27 points while receiving double-figure scoring from seven players. The Saints also clinched the No. 1 seed in the Western Division after Hutchinson Community College suffered a 78-61 loss at Garden City C.C. on Wednesday night. Seward County made 14 three-pointers and shot a season-high 52 percent from long range in a game the Saints controlled during the final 30 minutes. Seward County improves to 24-5 overall and to 12-3 in the Jayhawk West Conference. Pratt falls to 10-19 overall and to 4-11 in conference play.

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The Seward County Community College women’s basketball team came away with a 67-59 victory against Pratt Community College on Wednesday night at the Beaver Dome in Pratt. Sophomore All-American Tegan Cunningham scored a game-high 25 points, and she collected her 10th double-double of the season with 10 rebounds. SCCC has now won nine of its last 10 games overall, and remains tied for second-place in the Jayhawk West with one regular season game remaining. The Lady Saints finished the game on a 15-5 run to record their 18th straight victory against Pratt. Seward County improves to 21-8 overall and to 12-3 in the Jayhawk West. Pratt drops to 8-20 overall and to 5-10 in league play.

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Seward County moved back into a tie for first-place in the Jayhawk West after picking up a 60-52 victory over Garden City on Saturday night at the Green House. Hutchinson, meanwhile, was blown out at Barton County (97-75) to give the Saints and Blue Dragons an 11-3 conference record with two regular season games remaining. The Saints remain one of the hottest teams in the Region VI, having now won 10 of their last 11 games over the last six weeks. If the Saints remain tied for the top spot they will own the tie breaker over Hutchinson for the No. 1 seed in the Jayhawk West, due to a season sweep over third-place Cloud County. The T-Birds won their first meeting against Hutchinson in Concordia, and the two teams will meet again in their season finales at the Sports Arena on Mar. 2.

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Seward County has won eight of its last nine games, and on Saturday night, won its 20th game for the 16th straight campaign. The Lady Saints completed the season sweep over Garden City C.C. with a 64-58 win on homecoming at the Green House. Sophomore All-American Tegan Cunningham scored 14 points while breaking the Seward County all-time record for career points scored (1,281). Cunningham’s first bucket in the second half broke former Lady Saint Jamie Talbert’s previous record of 1,274. Talbert was a First Team NJCAA All-American in 2000 for SCCC, and later played on the University of Oklahoma women’s basketball team that finished as Runner-Up at the 2002 NCAA Final Four championship game.

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The Seward County Community College baseball team has rescheduled its doubleheader at Lamar Community College for Tuesday, March 4, at Merchants’ Park with a first-pitched scheduled for noon (Mountain Standard Time). The Saints and Runnin’ Lopes’ non-conference series finale was scheduled for today in Lamar, but high winds and low temperatures forced the doubleheader to be rescheduled. Seward County won two games in the opening doubleheader on Sunday afternoon (2-1, 6-3). The No. 25 ranked Saints will now prepare for their upcoming non-conference four-game series against Texarkana College (7-4) on March 1-2, in Dallas, Texas. The Saints and Bulldogs will play two doubleheaders on Saturday and Sunday with scheduled start times at noon on both days.
The Seward County Community College baseball team won two games in the opening doubleheader of a four-game non-conference series at Lamar Community College on Sunday afternoon at Merchants’ Park in Lamar, Colo. The No. 25 ranked Saints snapped a five-game losing streak with a 2-1 victory in the opener, and finished the doubleheader sweep with a 6-3 win in 10 innings in game-two. Seward County improves to 3-5 overall this season and Lamar falls to 6-4 overall this season.

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The Seward County Community College softball team suffered a doubleheader sweep at No. 25 Vernon College, 4-1 and 7-6, on Saturday afternoon in Vernon, Texas, at Wade Kirk Softball Field. The Lady Saints have now lost three straight games, despite posting double-figure hit totals in each game on Saturday, and combining for 21 total hits against Vernon in the non-conference doubleheader. Seward County drops to 1-3 overall this season while Vernon College improves to 10-3 overall.

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The Seward County Community College defense helped put the Saints back into a tie for first-place in the Jayhawk West Conference with a 60-52 victory over Garden City Community College on Saturday night at the Green House. The Saints forced 29 turnovers and limited the Broncbusters to just 31 percent shooting in the second half as Seward recorded its third win against Garden City this season. The Saints have now won 10 of their last 11 games and improve to 23-5 overall and 11-3 in the Jayhawk West. Garden City falls to 17-10 overall and to 6-8 in league competition.

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Seward County Community College sophomore women’s basketball player Tegan Cunningham broke the Lady Saints’ all-time record for career points scored on Saturday night in a 64-58 victory over Garden City Community College at the Green House. Cunningham, a NJCAA and WBCA First Team All-American, scored 14 points, to give her 1,281 career points, eclipsing former Lady Saint Jamie Talbert’s (1,274, 1998-2000) previous all-time mark. The victory marks the 20th of the season for Seward County, marking the 16th straight season that the Lady Saints’ program has won at least 20 games. Seward remains in a tie for second-place in the Jayhawk West and is now 20-8 overall and 11-3 in conference play. Garden City drops to 10-18 overall and to 5-9 in the Jayhawk West.

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The Seward County Community College baseball team has lost five straight games, including a four-game sweep by Northeastern Colorado Junior College. The Plainsmen took the two opening games of the four-game set on Tuesday, and they finished the four-game sweep with two victories, 12-7 and 3-0, over the Saints on Friday afternoon at Brent Gould Field in Liberal. The Saints’ defense committed seven errors leading to 12 unearned runs for the Plainsmen. The No. 25-nationally ranked Saints drop to 1-5 overall and Northeastern Colorado is now 6-2 overall this season.

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Seward County and Garden City face off for the third time this season, after the Saints have posted a 2-0 record against the Broncbusters this season. In non-conference action at the Green House on Nov. 3, Seward County defeated GCCC, 77-63. The last match-up saw the Saints escape with a 69-68 victory on a game-winning 3-pointer by Nick Burns with 30 seconds left to play at the Perryman Center. SCCC has been one of the hottest teams in the Region VI winning nine of its last 10 games overall. The Saints’ only loss in their last 10 games came in double overtime on the road at Barton County C.C. The Saints have won 22 games this season, the most in the Jayhawk West, marking the program’s most wins since 2004-2005 (24).

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Seward County defeated its sixth nationally-ranked opponent this season with a 66-62 victory over No. 19 Cloud County Community College on Wednesday night at the Green House. The victory improves the Seward County women’s basketball programs overall record at the Green House since 1992 to 227-6 overall (.974). Tegan Cunningham needs just eight points to become the Seward County all-time career leading scorer, as she enters tonight with 1,267 career points. Former SCCC First Team All-American Jamie Talbert finished her two-year career (1998-2000) with 1,274 career points. The Lady Saints’ most recent win over Cloud County puts them in a tie for second-place in the Jayhawk West Conference.

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This Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Seward County Community College men’s and women’s basketball games will be Tegan Cunningham Night at the Green House. Cunningham, a 6-foot-1 sophomore All-American guard from Doncaster, Australia, will be the featured sophomore player on 100 posters that will be given away FREE to the first 100 fans through the east and west gates starting at 4:30 p.m. The Lady Saints will be facing Garden City Community College Saturday night at 5:30 p.m. for homecoming at SCCC. Cunningham is also likely to break the all-time Seward County women’s basketball career scoring record on Saturday night, as she needs just eight points to break Jamie Talbert’s all-time record. Cunningham currently has 1,267 points, and is pursing Talbert’s record of 1,274, that she set in 2000.
Point guard Reggie Chamberlain led all players scoring 21 points and guided Seward County Community College to a 66-60 victory over Cloud County Community College on Wednesday night at the Green House in Liberal. The Saints’ victory puts them in sole possession of second place in the Jayhawk West, after entering the contest tied with the T-Birds. Seward County’s defense forced 34 turnovers, and the Saints shot 42 percent from long range in the victory. The Saints improve to 22-5 overall and to 10-3 in the Jayhawk West. Cloud County drops to 17-10 overall and to 9-4 in conference competition.

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The Seward County Community College women’s basketball team moved into a tie for second-place in the Jayhawk West Conference after a 66-62 victory over No. 19 Cloud County Community College on Wednesday night at the Green House in Liberal. The Lady Saints defeated their sixth nationally-ranked opponent this season while forcing 24 Lady Thunderbird turnovers. SCCC sophomore All-American Tegan Cunningham finished with a team-high 17 points, moving into a tie for second-place all-time in Seward County history for career points scored (1,267) with current Lady Saints’ assistant coach and former two-time First Team All-American Kim Ortega-Davis. Seward County improves to 19-8 overall and to 10-3 in the Jayhawk West. Cloud County drops to 21-5 overall and to 10-3 in conference play.

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The Northeastern Colorado Junior College baseball team opened its road schedule with two victories over No. 25 Seward County Community College, 6-4 and 3-2, on Tuesday afternoon at Brent Gould Field in Liberal. The Saints allowed a 4-1 lead to slip away in game-one, and the Plainsmen took advantage of a defensive miscue from the Saints in game-two to score three runs (one earned) in the fourth inning to post the doubleheader sweep. The Saints (1-3, 0-0) have now lost three straight games for the first time since the end of the 2006 regular season. Northeastern Colorado improves to 4-2 overall this season.

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The Seward County Community College baseball team has rescheduled its doubleheader originally scheduled for today against Northeastern Colorado Junior College for Friday, Feb. 22, at 1 p.m. at Brent Gould Field in Liberal. The Saints and Plainsmen will play the final two games of their non-conference four-game series on Friday due to inclement weather forecasted for Wednesday.
Seward County Community College freshman pitcher Courtney Auger recorded a Seward County single-game softball record striking out 15 batters in the Lady Saints’ 4-1 season-opening win over Lamar Community College on Tuesday afternoon at Lady Saints Softball Field. Auger led Seward County to the game-one victory before the Lady Runnin’ Lopes picked up the 10-4 victory in the nightcap. Seward County is 1-1 overall this season.

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Sophomore Tomas Cruz pitched six shutout innings as the Seward County Community College baseball team won its 2008 season-opener against Western Nebraska Community College, 6-0, on Monday afternoon at Brent Gould Field in Liberal. The No. 25 ranked Saints finished the day with a doubleheader split, dropping game-two 5-4 in nine innings. Cruz guided the Saints to their first victory of the season by striking out seven batters, and allowing just five base hits with zero walks. Seward County is now 1-1 overall this season.

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The Seward County Community College office of Sports Information has announced the release of the 2008 Seward County Softball Media Guide. This year’s download-publication (PDF) has all of the information on the 2008 Lady Saints, and information dating back to the program’s first season of competition in 1998-1999. This year’s publication documents all of the years of Seward County softball and also includes media information, coaching bio’s, player’s bio’s, 2008 season preview, 2007 season in review, graduating sophomore (2007) bio’s, history of Seward County baseball and more. Get an inside look at Lady Saints softball and also at the facilities of Seward County Community College in this 112-page download publication.
This Wednesday, Feb. 20, at the Seward County Community College men’s and women’s basketball games will be Darko Cohadarevic Night at the Green House. Cohadarevic, a 6-foot-9 sophomore forward from Belgrade, Serbia will be the featured sophomore player on 100 posters that will be given away FREE to the first 100 fans through the east and west gates starting at 4:30 p.m. The Saints will be facing Cloud County Community College Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.

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Seward County bounced back from its double-overtime loss at Barton County with a 17-point victory at the Green House over Butler on Saturday night. The Saints’ victory over Butler featured two-high powered offenses that combined shot 60 percent from the floor (56-of-94) and had only 43 total rebounds. SCCC had seven players record a steal while forcing 29 Butler turnovers. The Saints are looking for a crucial victory over Cloud County, who they are currently tied with for second-place in the Jayhawk West. The T-Birds are 6-1 at home this season in conference play, suffering their only league loss to the Saints earlier this year. Saints’ first-year head coach Bryan Zollinger has led the Saints to 21 victories, marking the most wins in a single-season during his 11-year college head coaching career.

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Seward County has won seven of its last nine games, dropping only two games to nationally-ranked opponents. The first of those losses came on the road against Cloud County C.C., who handed Seward County a 78-66 defeat on Jan. 20. The Lady Saints will be looking for revenge as a win places SCCC in a tie for second-place in the Jayhawk West Conference standings. Seward came away with a convincing 81-63 victory on Saturday night over Butler C.C. at the Green House, despite being out-rebounded, 52-31. The Lady Saints have now allowed 104 rebounds their last two games, being out-rebounded by 46 total boards. Audra Binford once again had the hot hand for the Lady Saints on Saturday night hitting five 3-pointers for the second straight game.

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The Seward County Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams will host Cloud County Community College on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at the Green House in Liberal. The Lady Saints (18-7, 9-3) will host No. 21 Cloud County Community College (21-4, 10-2) on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. The Saints (21-5, 9-3) will tip-off against the Thunderbirds (17-9, 9-3) at 7:30 p.m. McDonald’s is the buyout sponsor.

Free tickets for Wednesday night will be available all this week at both McDonalds’ locations in Liberal (1800 N. Kansas; 24 East Pancake Blvd.).
In an offensive slugfest, the Seward County Community College men’s basketball team won the battle against the Butler Grizzlies, 84-67, on Saturday night at the Green House in Liberal. Both teams shot over 54 percent from the field, and the two teams combined shot 22-of-41 (54 percent) from 3-point territory. The Saints used a dominating performance from their low-posts Darko Cohadarevic (21 points), Bryson Hampton (19 points) and Ervin Williams (11 points) to record the season sweep over the Grizzlies. Seward County improves to 21-5 overall and to 9-3 in the Jayhawk West. Butler falls to 9-17 overall and to 4-9 in league play.

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The Seward County Community College women’s basketball team celebrated sophomore recognition night with an 81-63 victory over Butler Community College on Saturday night at the Green House in Liberal. Two Lady Saint sophomores, Tegan Cunningham and Audra Binford, combined for 36 points, as Cunningham became the all-time SCCC career field goals leader (518), and Binford recorded five 3-pointers for the second straight game. Seward County committed only 12 turnovers while forcing an opponent season-high 26 turnovers in its 19th straight win over Butler. SCCC improves to 18-8 overall and to 9-3 in conference play. Butler drops to 7-19 overall and to 2-11 in conference competition.

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Seward County had its seven-game conference winning streak snapped on Wednesday night with an 83-88 double overtime loss on the road against Barton County C.C. The Cougars were also the last opponent to defeat the Saints before SCCC started their seven game winning streak. The Saints led 40-27 at halftime, but played a completely different game in the second half. Seward shot just 28 percent in the second half, including a 5-of-20 shooting effort from 3-point territory. Nick Burns (20 points, five rebounds, four assists, four steals) and Darko Cohadarevic (20 points, 12 rebounds) were solid for the Saints in the loss.

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The Seward County Community College baseball team will have to wait until Monday to start its 2008 regular season. With inclement weather forecasted throughout the weekend, the Saints have rescheduled their four-game series with Northeastern Colorado J.C., and will now open their season on Monday, Feb. 18, hosting Western Nebraska Community College. The Saints have rescheduled its four-game home series with Northeastern Colorado J.C. for Feb. 19-20, with Tuesday’s doubleheader starting at 1 p.m. and Wednesday’s first-pitch slated for noon.
Seward County had its five-game winning streak end last Wednesday with a 65-77 loss at No. 10 Barton County Community College. The Lady Saints fall into fourth-place in the Jayhawk West Conference, and are one game behind Cloud County and Hutchinson, who are both tied for second-place. The Lady Saints remain the top free throw shooting team in the nation after tallying 11-of-15 from the charity stripe Wednesday night. Seward County will look to take advantage of Butler’s defense who currently ranks last in the 19-team Region VI in team defense allowing 73.9 points per game. Sophomore All-American Tegan Cunningham continues to lead the Jayhawk West Conference in scoring (21.8 ppg.) and is third in the NJCAA.

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This Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Seward County Community College men’s and women’s basketball games will be Nick Burns Night at the Green House. Burns, a 6-foot-1 sophomore guard from Benson, Ore. will be the featured sophomore player on 100 posters that will be given away FREE to the first 100 fans through the east and west gates starting at 4:30 p.m. The Saints will be facing Butler Community College Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.

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The Seward County Community College office of Sports Information has announced the release of the 2008 Seward County Baseball Media Guide. This year’s download-publication (PDF) has all of the information on the 2008 Saints team, and information dating back to the program’s first season of competition in 1971-1972. This year’s publication documents all of the years of Seward County baseball and also includes media information, coaching bio’s, player’s bio’s, 2008 season preview, 2007 season in review, graduating sophomore (2007) bio’s, history of Seward County baseball and more. Get an inside look at Saints baseball and also at the facilities of Seward County Community College in this 160-page download publication.
The last time the Seward County Community College men’s basketball team lost it was a month ago against the Barton County Cougars. History repeated itself on Wednesday night as the Cougars broke the Saints’ seven game-winning streak with an 88-83 victory in double overtime at the Barton County Gym in Great Bend. The Saints let a 13-point halftime lead evaporate in the second half as the Cougars earned their fourth victory in their last five games. The Saints fall to 20-5 overall and to 8-3 in the Jayhawk West Conference. Barton County improves to 17-8 overall and to 6-6 in conference play.

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A dominating effort in the paint gave No. 10 nationally-ranked Barton County Community College a 77-65 victory over Seward County Community College on Wednesday night at the Barton County Gym in Great Bend, Kan. The Lady Cougars out-rebounded the Lady Saints 52-27, and was led by four players scoring in double figures. Seward County had its season-best five-game winning streak snapped by the first-place Lady Cougars who now lead the overall series against Seward County, 38-28. Seward County drops to 17-8 overall and to 8-3 in the Jayhawk West Conference. Barton County improves to 24-2 overall and to 10-2 in Jayhawk West play.

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The Seward County Community College softball team has received a second-place ranking in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Jayhawk West Pre-Season Coaches’ Poll that was released today. The pre-season poll was voted on by Jayhawk West head coaches. The Lady Saints are coming off a school-record 49 victories last season (49-13 overall) where they played in their third consecutive NJCAA D-I Region VI Tournament championship game. Seward County has won more games than any other Jayhawk West program the past three seasons (132).

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Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference officials announced the 2008 Jayhawk West Conference pre-season baseball coaches’ poll on Tuesday afternoon. The No. 25 nationally-ranked Seward County Community College baseball team has been predicted to finish in second-place among the nine-team Jayhawk West. The Saints are coming off a 36-22 overall record in 2007, where they were co-conference champions with Butler C.C. The Saints have claimed the Jayhawk West Conference championship in 10 of the last 15 seasons.

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Seward County Community College sophomore baseball player Christian Kowalchuk has been named a Pre-Season NJCAA All-American. The NJCAA announced its Pre-Season All-Americans on Tuesday and Kowalchuk was one of 22 pitchers named to the prestigious list. Kowalchuk led the Saints during his freshman season in 2007, and was honored by being named the Jayhawk West Conference Freshman of the Year. Seward County’s program has produced nine Jayhawk West Freshmen of the Year, with Kowalchuk being the first pitcher selected since Danny Vais (2003). Kowalchuk and the Saints are scheduled to open their season this Saturday, Feb. 16, hosting Northeastern Colorado J.C. for a four-game non-conference series at Brent Gould Field in Liberal, Kan.

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Seward County Community College sophomore softball player Jennifer Collins has been named a Third Team NJCAA Pre-Season All-American. The NJCAA announced its pre-season softball All-Americans on Monday afternoon and Collins, a 5-foot-8 first baseman, was among the 36 players listed. Collins and the Lady Saints softball team will open the 2008 season next Wednesday, Feb. 20, with a home non-conference doubleheader against Lamar C.C. at Lady Saints Softball Field starting at 1 p.m.

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The Seward County Community College baseball doubleheader originally scheduled for Friday against Western Nebraska Community College has been rescheduled for Monday, Feb. 18, with a 1 p.m. first pitch. The doubleheader has been rescheduled due to forecasted inclement weather. The Saints are now scheduled to open their season hosting Northeastern Colorado Junior College for a four-game home series at Brent Gould Field starting on Saturday, Feb. 16, at noon. The four-game series will conclude on Sunday, Feb. 17, at noon.
Seward County moved into a tie for first-place in the Jayhawk West after a 79-66 victory over Hutchinson Community College last Wednesday at the Green House. The Saints sent Hutchinson into its first two-game losing skid of the season, as Seward County outscored Hutch 48-31 in the final 20 minutes. Seward County played a stellar second half shooting 50 percent from the field, making 7-of-11 from long range (.636) and making 9-of-10 free throws. The Saints have now won seven games in a row, marking the program’s longest conference winning streak in 10 years. Sophomore Darko Cohadarevic (27 points, seven rebounds) and freshman Reggie Chamberlain (23 points, five rebounds) helped lead the Saints to the victory over the Blue Dragons.

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Seward County’s longest winning streak of the season improved to five games last Wednesday night with a 60-57 overtime victory over No. 21 Hutchinson C.C. at the Green House. The night was also special for the Lady Saints’ basketball team as they hosted “Think Pink” night and raised $755 for the WBCA Cancer Fund. In overtime, Seward County received five points from Tegan Cunningham, and two free throws each from Stephani Rhoten (16 points, six assists, four steals) and Jennifer Noel (six points, eight rebounds) to secure its fifth victory over an NJCAA Top 25 opponent this season.

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The Seward County Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams will host Butler Community College on Saturday, Feb. 16, for Sophomore Recognition Night at the Green House in Liberal. The Lady Saints (17-7, 8-2) will host Butler Community College (6-18, 1-10) on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. The Saints (20-4, 8-2) will tip-off against the Grizzlies (8-16, 3-8) at 7:30 p.m. Sharp McQueen, P.A. is the buyout sponsor.

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While posting its longest conference winning streak in 10 years, the Seward County Community College men’s basketball team moved into first-place in the Jayhawk West Conference with a 79-66 victory over Hutchinson Community College on Wednesday night at the Green House in Liberal. Sophomore Darko Cohadarevic scored a game-high 27 points with five 3-pointers and seven rebounds to lead the Saints in their sixth straight Jayhawk West victory. Hutchinson, who entered the evening in sole possession of first-place, has now lost back-to-back games for the first time this season and falls to 17-6 overall and to 7-2 in league play. The Saints (20-4, 8-2) current streak is the longest in the program’s history since a 10-game span during the 1997-98 season.

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Tegan Cunningham scored 20 points with 11 rebounds and Stephani Rhoten continued her streak at the free throw line (10-of-10) as Seward County Community College defeated No. 21 Hutchinson Community College, 60-57, in overtime at the Green House on Wednesday night. Despite trailing 10-0 to start the game, Seward County fought back in the second half and was near perfect from the free throw line (13-of-14). Seward County picks up its fifth straight win and its fifth victory over an NJCAA Top 25 team this season. SCCC improves to 17-7 overall and to 8-2 in the Jayhawk West. Hutchinson drops its first road game since Dec. 1 (63-45, at Coffeyville C.C.) and is now 18-5 overall and 7-2 in conference play.

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This Wednesday, Feb. 6, at the Seward County Community College men’s and women’s basketball games will be Holly Krause Night at the Green House. Krause, a 5-foot-9 sophomore forward from Liberal will be the featured sophomore player on 100 posters that will be given away FREE to the first 100 fans through the east and west gates starting at 4:30 p.m. The Lady Saints will be facing Hutchinson Community College Wednesday night at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday will also be “Think Pink” night, where all fans wearing pink will get in free.

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Seward County won its sixth straight game on Saturday evening, matching the program’s longest conference winning streak since 2001-2002. The 01-02 season was the Saints last conference championship season. The Saints enter Wednesday night in a tie for second-place in the Jayhawk West. The Saints started the second-half of conference play last Saturday night with a 75-61 victory on the road at Dodge City Community College. It was Seward’s fourth straight conference win on the road. The last loss for the Saints away from the Green House was against Hutchinson, 80-76, on Jan. 5, at the Hutchinson Sports Arena. Seward County first-year head coach Bryan Zollinger has led the Saints to a Jayhawk West leading 19 victories.

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The Seward County Lady Saints host “Think Pink” night on Wednesday, as SCCC and the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association come together for breast cancer awareness. Seward County has won four straight games, its longest winning streak of the season, after knocking off Dodge City, 87-64, at the Dodge City Civic Center last Saturday. The victory also marked the fourth straight win for SCCC over Dodge City. Three Lady Saints scored over 20 points, as sophomore All-American Tegan Cunningham (23 points) led the team in scoring for the 19th time this season, Stephani Rhoten collected her conference-high 20 points (12-of-12 free throws), and Amanda Pierson scored a career-high 22 points (10-of-14). Rhoten has now made 19 straight free throws in the last two games.

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Seward County Community College moved its current conference winning streak to six games with a 75-61 victory over Dodge City Community College on Saturday night at the Dodge City Civic Center. The Saints scored 23 points off 19 Dodge City turnovers and had four players score in double figures. Seward County sophomore Ervin Williams led the Saints with 19 points, shooting 9-of-11 from the field with five rebounds and two blocked shots. The second-place Saints improve to 19-4 overall and to 7-2 in the Jayhawk West. The Conquistadors drop to 10-12 overall and to 2-7 in conference play.

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Despite trailing by as many as six points in the first half, the Seward County Community College women’s basketball used a big second half to defeat ninth-place Dodge City Community College, 87-64, on Saturday night at the Dodge City Civic Center. The victory gives the Lady Saints their fourth straight win, marking their longest winning streak of the season. SCCC All-American Tegan Cunningham continued her impressive sophomore campaign with 23 points, including 19 points in the second half. Seward County freshman Amanda Pierson scored a career-high 22 points (10-of-14 shooting) and freshman point guard Stephani Rhoten scored 20 points (12-of-12). Seward County improves to 16-7 overall and to 7-2 in the Jayhawk West. Dodge City (5-18, 0-9) drops its ninth straight game, including 14 of its last 15 overall.

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Seward County won its fifth straight conference game on Wednesday night with a dominating 97-59 victory over Colby C.C. at the Green House. The current winning streak is the longest string of conference victories for the Saints since the 2001-2002 season. Seward County was just about unstoppable in the second half shooting 55 percent from the field and making 10 three-pointers (53 percent). The Saints collected a season-high 15 treys for the game, led by Reggie Chamberlain (4), Donald Dixon (4), Drew Jones (2) and Bruno Mendes (2). In the first match-up this season, Seward snapped a three game losing streak against DCCC winning in double O.T. on a lay-up by freshman guard Reggie Chamberlain with :03.3 left to play. Chamberlain, who scored a career-high 29 points, also sent the game into double overtime making the final field goal in the first overtime period. The game had a total of 12 ties and 26 lead changes.

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Seward County tied its longest winning streak of the season with a 16-point victory (72-56) over Colby C.C. on Wednesday night at the Green House. The Lady Saints enter the midway point of the conference schedule with a 6-2 record, which includes a 4-0 record at home and a 2-2 mark on the road. Seward County was led by point guard Stephani Rhoten against Colby, as the 5-foot-7 Canyon, Texas native led all players with 22 points, and she dished out seven assists and was a perfect 7-of-7 from the charity stripe.

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