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For the 5th time in five years, the Seward County Volleyball team has placed themselves in the nationís elite in the classroom, receiving the distinguished AVCA Academic Team Award again this season.

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One of the fun parts of a usually slow summer around a junior college athletic department is checking in to see where departing sophomores have decided to take their talents for the upcoming year. This year, the Seward County sophomores seem to be staying a little bit closer to home which is nice for their loyal Saints followers. However, the graduated Saints and Lady Saints will still represent Seward in 9 different states and 16 different schools as they enter the second half of their academic and athletic careers this fall at Universities and Colleges around the country.

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If it is any kind of indication of what kind of talent the Saints will have on the court for the 2011-2012 basketball season, Seward County looks to be in pretty good shape as two players on their roster will be headed to the Mullenís Top 100 JC Camp this weekend in St. Louis, Missouri.

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Following a banner freshman season in which she pulled up the second most digs in a season in school history, Seward County sophomore libero to be, Madison Winkelman, was recently selected as one of just ten players in the country to participate for USA Athletes International in a series of matches to be played on the island of Aruba earlier this month.

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Ok, so maybe the name has changed for the NJCAA Academic All-American awards but the accomplishment is just as hard to achieve. For the first time in 2011, the NJCAA has changed what was formerly known as the Academic All-American Award to the Superior, Exemplary, and the Pinnacle Awards for Academic Excellence.

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As we finally start to close the book on another banner year for Seward County athletics, the department that saw 6 of its 7 teams play for the Region VI Championship or advance to the NJCAA National Tournament, has proven once again that not only do their student-athletes get it done under the bright lights, but also in the SCCC/ATS academic buildings where five different teams have been listed in the recently released NJCAA All-Academic Teams.

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Following another outstanding year that saw them again reach the NJCAA National Tournament for their skills on the court, the Seward County Menís Tennis team has accomplished a feat even more impressive off of the court. The Saints, led by Head Coach Darin Workman have, for the third straight year, been named the NJCAA National Academic Champions after posting a 3.60 team GPA. To put the award in prospective, the Saints 3.60 team GPA was the second highest team mark in the entire country for any menís team, next to only Dodge Cityís 2010-2011 golf squad.
As expected as conference and regional championships have been for Seward County on the court and in the field, the same tradition and expectations has carried over to the academic side of things where the Saints and Lady Saints are Nationally known for their work in the classroom. This Spring was no different as a total of 96 students-athletes passed an average of 15.86 hours with an overall GPA of 3.14 for the semester. Fifty-six student-athletes made the Athletic Directorís Honor Roll with higher than a 3.0 GPA and 9 received a perfect 4.0 GPA.
Following an All-American sophomore season at Seward County and an All Big-12 junior season at Texas Tech, former Saints shortstop Kelby Tomlinson has signed a contract with the San Francisco Giants and will report to Scottsdale, Arizona to begin work with the Giants Arizona Rookie League team later this week.

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After a year in which they won the Jayhawk West Championship and finished just one game short of the NJCAA National Tournament, the Seward County Saints Men's Basketball program feels like it has added another key piece to hopefully get even further in the 2011-2012 season. Head Coach Bryan Zollinger has announced that former Western Texas College Head Coach Jason Sautter will be joining the Saints bench for the upcoming season after a three year stay in Snyder with the Westerners.

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After a two year stint at Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri, Seward County Lady Saints Head Volleyball Coach Bert Luallen is happy to announce that assistant coach Michelle Hayes will be bringing her talents to Liberal for the upcoming season. Hayes will join the Lady Saints staff officially July 1st at the 2011 USA Volleyball Junior National Tournament in Atlanta. Hayes was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Eagles of Central Methodist for the past two seasons after a playing career at Southern Wesleyan University in South Carolina.

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