The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) has announced that Seward County Community College left-handed pitcher, Michael Jarman, has been named NJCAA Baseball Pitcher of the Week, for April 9-15.


Jarman, a 6'1" sophomore from Edmond, Oklahoma, led the Seward County Saints in their 1-0 victory at No. 8 Hutchinson Community College last week. Jarman pitched his first career complete-game shutout against the Blue Dragons, allowing five base hits, two walks and recording eight strikeouts.

Jarman is a sought after lefty that has received plenty of attention from NCAA Division I baseball programs this season. Jarman owns a 6-3 record with a save and a team-best 2.29 earned run average (ERA). He has started 10 games on the mound with four complete-games in 63 innings pitched. Jarman has 67 strikeouts with 19 walks this season.

Jarman is the fourth player in the Saints baseball program to earn National Player or Pitcher of the Week honors. Last season, Josh Paul, Jared Cranston and Shawn Taylor each were awarded the prestigious honor.