Seward County will finish no lower than tied for second-place in the Jayhawk West Conference with a win in its regular-season finale on Sunday afternoon at Colby Community College. The Lady Saints enter the day tied for the second-best record in the Western Division (12-3) with Cloud County Community College. If Seward County wins, and the Lady T-Birds win on Saturday afternoon on the road at Hutchinson Community College, a coin flip will be used to determine who the No. 2 seed will be in the Jayhawk West. If the season ended today, SCCC would host either Fort Scott C.C. (12-14, 5-12) or Allen County C.C. (12-17, 5-12) in the NJCAA Region VI First Round Playoff game at the Green House on Wednesday, March 5.

The Lady Saints lead the overall series against Colby, 11-4, since 2000-20001. Seward County now owns a 7-1 record against the Lady Trojans at the Green House after a 72-56 victory on Jan. 30. The series is much closer at the Colby Community Building where the Lady Saints hold a 4-3 advantage. Colby, however, has won three of the last five meetings on their home court. Last season the Lady Saints escaped with a nine-point victory (70-61), in the first game of the season that SCCC didnít win by double figures.

Since winning the Region VI Tournament title in 2006, Colby has gone 21-39 overall and currently sits in fifth-place in the Jayhawk West Conference. The Lady Trojans have been on either a winning streak or a losing streak since the start of conference play. Colby has tallied a four game losing streak, a three game winning streak, and currently they are on another four game losing skid with just one regular season game remaining. The strengths of the Lady Trojans revolve around their outside shooting, especially from sophomore leading scorer Sandra Sormaz. The outside-inside scoring threat is fourth in the Region VI in 3-pointers (68) and is averaging 15.5 ppg.