Seward County Community College sophomore womenís basketball player Tegan Cunningham will add another prestigious honor to her already long list of accolades after the National Junior College Athletic Association named her a Second Team NJCAA All-American on Tuesday afternoon. Cunningham, a 6-foot-1 guard from Doncaster, VC, Australia, has now been named to five All-American lists in her two seasons as a Lady Saint. Cunningham joins Kim Ortega-Davis as the only two-time NJCAA and Womenís Basketball Coaches Association All-Americans in the storied history of the womenís basketball program at Seward County. Dating back to 1999, Seward County has 22 All-American selections, including 13 NJCAA selections and nine WBCA All-Americans.

Cunningham leaves the Lady Saintsí program as the all-time career leading scorer (1,368 points) and career leader in scoring average (19.5 ppg.). Cunningham also broke Seward County records in career field goals (564) and single-season rebounds (384, in 2006-07). Her 1,368 career points scored ranks sixth all-time in Region VI womenís basketball history.

The Oklahoma State University signee led the Jayhawk West in scoring this season (21.3 ppg.) and was Seward Countyís top rebounder (7.9 rpg.). She was named the Jayhawk West Conference Most Valuable Player for the second straight season, and she was a two-time First Team All-Conference and First Team All-Region VI selection.

For her career, Cunningham recorded 68 double-figure scoring games, 27 games with at least 20 points, five contests tallying at least 30 points, 28 double-doubles, and she started in all 70 games. She led the team in scoring 44 times, and she was the teamís leading rebounder on 37 occasions.

In 2008, Cunningham ranked fourth in the NJCAA in scoring (21.4 ppg.), third in field goals made (275) and third in points scored (681). Cunningham completes her career ranked in 17 all-time Seward County career, single-season and single-game statistical record books.