After leading Seward County to their 20th straight season of 20 wins or more, Lady Saints Ashlynn Knoll and Anete Kirsteine have been named WBCA All-Americans. Knoll was named to the All-American team this year after garnering Honorable Mention accolades as a freshman in 2010-2011. She led Seward County in both scoring and rebounding during the 2011-2012 season, putting in 13.8 points per night and grabbing 6.3 rebounds. Kirsteine was named an Honorable Mention All-American in her rookie season in the green and white after averaging 11.3 points and 4.4 rebounds per game. Kirsteine was the deadliest shooter in the Jayhawk Conference, nailing 66 three pointers at a 46% clip which also ranked her 5th Nationally this season.

The WBCA All-American system is a unique and prestigious honor to receive as they take players from all classifications, NJCAA Division I, Division II, and Division III, as well as from the CCCAA, and the NAACC to comprise their teams. Knoll was selected as one of the top 10 players in the country according to the WBCA and was one of just two players from the Jayhawk Conference on the list as she was joined by Amy Briggs of Johnson County. Kirsteine was in the next group of 16 who were named Honorable Mention and was one of just 4 freshman named to either team this season.