After sweeping their competition on Thursday at the Wyo-Braska Shootout, the No. 14 ranked Lady Saints kept their winning streak alive with a victory over Casper College (30-26, 23-30, 30-24, 30-28) in a non-conference match in Torrington, Wyo. Seward County has now won seven straight matches, tying the programs longest winning streak under third year head coach Bert Luallen. Seward County entered Friday after winning both matches on Thursday against Eastern Wyoming College and Laramie County Community College. Seward County improves to 15-4 overall this season.

SCCC won the first game in a narrow four point margin (30-26), and then fell 30-23 in game two. Casper, who received a No. 7 pre-season NJCAA Top 20 ranking, was not able to slow down the Lady Saints who finished out the match with a 30-24 victory in game three and 30-28 win in the fourth and final game.

Sophomore libero Katy Troutman led Seward County defensively in the second game with 10 digs and she added five digs in the third game. Troutman recorded a season-high 23 digs and also chipped in three service aces.

Freshman Dan Yang led Seward County with 26 kills and Chelsea Myers paced the Lady Saints with a team-high 25 assists. In Seward County’s last six matches, Yang has recorded five matches with at least 20 kills.

Jelena Simic registered her sixth double-double of the season with 19 kills and 14 digs. The 5-foot-10-inch Simic also chipped in a team-high four service aces.

Seward County will continue Wyo-Braska Shootout competition, but will play their three remaining matches on Friday in Scottsbluff, Neb. against Northwest Wyoming College (2 p.m.), Miles Community College (4 p.m.) and No. 1 Western Nebraska Community College (8 p.m.).