After earning the KJCCC Player of the Week award on Tuesday, Seward freshman Niem Stevenson one-upped himself on Wednesday as he was named the NJCAA National Player of the Week for the February 3-9 period.

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From the lowest seeded team in the field, to the tournament championship, Seward County freshmen Ronzai Saurombe and Alejandro Gonzalez made history Saturday, becoming the first Saints tennis team in history to win a National Championship. The pair cruised to the title match on Saturday where they had no problem with their 3rd seeded foes from Fresno City College, winning 6-4, 6-2 to capture the 2013 ITA National Championship in Junior College Doubles.

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The Seward County Saints and Lady Saints basketball teams will be hosting the 10th Annual Saints Bookstore Basketball Preview Night on Thursday, Oct. 24, at 6:00 p.m. in the Greenhouse on the campus of SCCC/ATS. Admission to the event is free, with all proceeds going to support the Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Haskell, Stevens, and Seward Counties. Donations will be accepted at the door and at the concession stand throughout the night.

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The Seward County Lady Saints might just have found their stride. After flirting with the .500 mark much of the first half of the season, Seward rolled off four straight wins this weekend, keeping the Ozfest Invitational Tournament Championship in the Greenhouse, and improving their overall record to its best in two seasons at 17-11.

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A three day wait from the end of the ITA Regional Tournament in Oklahoma City to the much anticipated announcement of the two at large doubles teams invited to participate in the 2013 ITA National Tournament seemed like an eternity for four Seward County freshman. Tuesday afternoon their Head Coach Jerry Thor got the call and Tuesday night, upon returning from a recruiting trip, Thor gave the news to Paula Lopez, Paula Coyos, Alejandro Gonzalez, and Ronzai Saurombe that they were headed to Florida to compete for a National Championship.

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The Seward County Tennis Team went into their weekend competition at the Metro State Invitational in Denver as the only junior college program in a field filled with NCAA Division II foes. The Saints came out of the weekend as the only team with five championships, winning titles at #1 women’s singles, #1 men’s singles, #1 women’s doubles, #1 men’s doubles, and #2 men’s singles to wrap up one of the finest weekend’s in program history.

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The hard early season work of the only two sophomores on the Seward County roster paid off on Tuesday as the Jayhawk Conference announced that Annelise Sanchez and Morgan Riley have been named the league’s Player of the Week and Co-Defensive Player of the Week.

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Following a 42 inning weekend of baseball, the Seward County Saints Baseball team took some time to relax Sunday evening at Tucker Lake in Liberal, joining up with Big Brothers/Big Sisters for a night of fishing with local youth. A stable of youngsters grabbed their fishing poles and teamed up with the Saints on the dock, catching fish after fish with smiles that lit up the evening sky.

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Youth will be the name of the game for the Seward County Lady Saints Volleyball team in 2013. Seward returns just two players from last year’s 2nd place Jayhawk West finishers to go along with nine new faces for the gals in green.

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Just over 11 years after her outstanding career on the hardwood at Seward County was completed, former Lady Saint Kim Ortega has been inducted into the NJCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. She joined legendary coaches Alfreda Harris of Roxbury CC, Susan Summons of Miami Dade College, and Gwyn Young of Copiah Lincoln CC as the Class of 2013 in a ceremony in Niceville, Florida last week.

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