Seward County had its five-game winning streak end last Wednesday with a 65-77 loss at No. 10 Barton County Community College. The Lady Saints fall into fourth-place in the Jayhawk West Conference, and are one game behind Cloud County and Hutchinson, who are both tied for second-place. The Lady Saints remain the top free throw shooting team in the nation after tallying 11-of-15 from the charity stripe Wednesday night. Seward County will look to take advantage of Butlerís defense who currently ranks last in the 19-team Region VI in team defense allowing 73.9 points per game. Sophomore All-American Tegan Cunningham continues to lead the Jayhawk West Conference in scoring (21.8 ppg.) and is third in the NJCAA.

SCCC has had its way with Butler C.C. since 2000-2001, recording a perfect 16-0 record against the Lady Grizzlies. Their first meeting this season ended with the Lady Saints winning by 12 points at the Power Plant. Seward County used an 18-2 run midway through the second half to claim its eighth straight win over Butler in El Dorado. Seward County is a perfect 7-0 against Butler at the Green House the last seven years.

Butler snapped a four-game losing streak last time out with a 64-61 win over Colby C.C. in El Dorado. Since the start of Jayhawk league play the Lady Grizzlies have struggled losing 10-of-12 games overall. Butler has played in two overtime contests in league play, defeating Dodge City (77-71) at home, and losing by three points (63-66) at Garden City. Butler has not won a true road game this season with an 0-8 overall mark. The Lady Grizzlies are 2-3 in games played on a neutral court. Returning All-Conference performer Lekeisha Levi has carried the load for Butler this season averaging a team-high 17.8 points and 9.7 rebounds per game.