For the second week in a row the Seward County Community College softball team has moved up in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I Top 20 poll. The Lady Saints are now ranked 14th in the country after continuing their dominating season where they have won 15 consecutive games. Last week Seward County received a No. 17 ranking, and for two straight weeks the Lady Saints were ranked 20th in the nation. Seward County is currently 37-5 overall and are in first-place in both the Jayhawk West Conference (10-0) and the NJCAA D-I Region VI District standings (8-0).

The Seward County softball team currently ranks fourth in the nation in team winning percentage (.881), ninth in the nation in team batting average (.382) and they now have the eighth most victories in the country (37).

Individually, Seward County has several players in the national Top 25 statistical categories including sophomore Stephanie McCarthy is 17th in wins (19), Meisha Patterson is 25th in stolen bases (22) and ninth in home runs (11), Jena Rue is 25th in base hits (61), Sarah Venegas is ninth in RBI (55) and Lili Franco is 19th in the nation in home runs (10).