Seward County Community College freshman Courtney Auger and sophomore Jennifer Collins have each been selected to the Louisville Slugger/National Fastpitch Coaches Association Second Team All-West Region team. It is the second straight season that Seward County has had multiple players selected to the NFCA All-Region team, after three players received recognition last year. Auger is the first SCCC pitcher to receive NFCA All-Region honors while Collins is a two-time second team selection. Auger and Collins each had record-breaking seasons as the duo combined to break 11 school records.

The Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Region teams were voted on by junior college head coaches within their respective regions. Seward County (Kansas) is in the west region along with softball programs from Texas, Arizona, Idaho, Utah, Nebraska and Colorado. There were also All-Region selections designated in the South and Midwest. The west region had 16 players selected first team and 16 players that received second team honors. Every first team selection from the three regions becomes a finalist for the NFCA All-America team.

Auger (Edmonton, Alberta) was the top player in the Jayhawk West during her first collegiate season earning Conference Most Valuable Player, Freshman of the Year and being named First Team All-Conference and First Team All-Region VI. Her freshman season accolades include being a two-time NJCAA Pitcher of the Week.

She led the nation during the regular season in strikeouts and finished with 293 on the season. Auger posted a 21-9 record with a 1.54 earned run average, 28 complete games and 10 shutouts in 186.2 innings pitched. She threw a no-hitter against Trinidad State (03/01) and set the school record for strikeouts in a single game with 18 against Colby (03/28). Augerís 293 strikeouts set a single-season and career record at Seward County.

Collins (Coquitlam, British Columbia) led the Lady Saints in batting average (.481), base hits (87), doubles (23), home runs (9) and RBIs (62). She broke all-time Seward County career records for batting average (.451), base hits (157), doubles (38) and RBIs (110). She was a Second Team All-Conference selection at first base and she also garnered First Team All-Region VI recognition. In addition, Collins was a three-time NJCAA Player of the Week selection.

She had the sixth highest batting average in the nation for any player with at least 180 at-bats. Collins ranked seventh in the NJCAA in doubles, 24th in base hits and tied for 25th in RBIs.