Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference and NJCAA Region VI officials have announced the 2006 Jayhawk West All-Conference and All-Region VI teams that were voted on by conference and Region VI head coaches. Seward County Community College was represented on the All-Conference and All-Region VI teams by four players. Sophomore outside hitter Janete Ferreira was named First Team All-Conference and First Team All-Region VI. Sophomore right side hitter Juliana Nascimento was tabbed Second Team All-Conference and First Team All-Region VI. Seward County had two freshmen who earned All-Conference and All-Region VI honors. Setter Alex Droogsma and libero Katy Troutman both received Second Team All-Conference and Second Team All-Region VI recognition.

The All-Conference list had seven players named First Team, eight players named Second Team and seven players who received Honorable Mention. The Jayhawk Conference includes nine volleyball programs. The All-Region VI selections included seven first team and eight second team selections. Five volleyball programs are included in the NJCAA D-I Region VI.

The Jayhawk West awarded Coach of the Year to Patrick Hall (Pratt Community College), Most Valuable Player to Ana Kokanovic (Colby Community College) and Freshman of the Year to Ludmila Amaral (Hutchinson Community College). Kokanovic received the most votes in Region VI voting, making her the NJCAA Region VI Player of the Year.

Ferreira and Nascimento are both two-time All-Region VI selections after both players earned Second Team honors during their freshmen seasons. Ferreira, the Lady Saints all-time single-season kills leader is also a repeat selection on the Jayhawk West All-Conference team. Ferreira was named Second Team All Jayhawk West in 2005. Droogsma carries the second most single-season assists into the Lady Saints final game of the season. This is the second year in a row that the Lady Saints setter has been named All-Conference. In 2005, Kelli Kirkwood was the setter for SCCC and was named First Team All-Conference. Katy Troutman has collected 694 digs this season, an all-time single-season record at SCCC. In addition, Troutman currently ranks 30th in the NJCAA in digs per game (4.75).