Seward County has won seven of its last nine games, dropping only two games to nationally-ranked opponents. The first of those losses came on the road against Cloud County C.C., who handed Seward County a 78-66 defeat on Jan. 20. The Lady Saints will be looking for revenge as a win places SCCC in a tie for second-place in the Jayhawk West Conference standings. Seward came away with a convincing 81-63 victory on Saturday night over Butler C.C. at the Green House, despite being out-rebounded, 52-31. The Lady Saints have now allowed 104 rebounds their last two games, being out-rebounded by 46 total boards. Audra Binford once again had the hot hand for the Lady Saints on Saturday night hitting five 3-pointers for the second straight game.

Seward County has won six of the last eight meetings against Cloud County, including the last seven games at the Green House. Since 2000-2001, the Lady Saints lead the overall series, 12-5. During this time frame, the series is even 4-4 in Concordia, and the series is tied 1-1 in games played on a neutral court. In 2001, Cloud County knocked off the Lady Saints in the Region VI Tournament championship game, and the following year SCCC returned the favor winning its second-ever Region VI title.

After starting their season 18-2 and ranked No. 8 in the NJCAA Top 25 poll, the Lady T-Birds have lost two of their past five games. Cloud County is coming off a dominating 79-49 victory over Colby C.C. on Saturday night in Concordia. Cloud County has only suffered two conference losses this season, the first coming at home against Hutchinson C.C. (55-59) and then on Feb. 9 at Barton County C.C. (61-73). Cloud is a balanced team that has seven players averaging at least six points per game. The Lady T-Birds are led by sophomores Kenya Howard (14.0 ppg., 6.2 rpg.) and Amy Chapman (9.5 ppg., 62 3-pointers).