Seward County Community College sophomore Meisha Patterson has signed a national letter of intent with the University of Texas A&M-Kingsville, to continue her academics and collegiate softball career in the 2007-08 school year. Patterson, the 2007 Jayhawk West Conference Most Valuable Player, broke five all-time records in her career at Seward County and was a two-time All-Conference and All-Region VI selection. Patterson will join the Texas A&M-Kingsville program that went 34-20 overall this season and finished in second-place in the Lone Star South Conference. TAKU is located in Kingsville, Texas, and is a NCAA Division II program.

Patterson was the starting shortstop for the Lady Saints the past two seasons, helping lead the SCCC program to the most victories over any two year span (86). In 2007, Patterson led the team in at bats (204), runs scored (83) and stolen bases (26). Patterson also batted .343 (70-for-204) with 12 doubles, three triples, 13 home runs and 61 RBI.

Patterson is now the all-time Seward County softball leader in career runs scored (125), career base hits (133), career stolen bases (44), single-season runs scored (83), and single-season stolen bases (26). Overall, Patterson ranks in 18 Top 10 all-time record books in SCCC history.