Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference officials announced its Jayhawk West and East All-Conference selections, and the NJCAA Region VI announced its post-season awards on Wednesday afternoon. Seward County Community College sophomore Tegan Cunningham was named the Jayhawk West Conference Most Valuable Player for the second consecutive season. Cunningham was at the top of the First Team Jayhawk West All-Conference list, and freshman point guard Stephani Rhoten received Second Team All-Conference recognition. Cunningham was also selected First Team All-Region VI and Rhoten was tabbed a Honorable Mention All-Region VI selection.

Barton Countyís Chance Lindley was named Jayhawk West Conference Coach of the Year, and Barton County guard Courtney Sturdivant was awarded Conference Freshman of the Year.

Cunningham broke the Seward County career scoring mark this season (1,368) and led the Jayhawk West Conference while scoring 21.3 points per game. She also set SCCC career marks in field goals (564) and career scoring average (19.5 ppg.).

Cunningham, a returning NJCAA & WBCA All-American, scored in double figures in every game this season, and she tallied 15 games scoring at least 20 points, she collected three 30-point scoring games, and she posted 11 double-doubles. She was the teamís leading scorer in 26 contests and she led the team in rebounding on 16 occasions.

Rhoten led the Jayhawk West in assists per game (6.2), and she was the second on the team averaging 14.2 points per game. She set a Seward County single-season and career record for free throw shooting with a .869 (146-of-169) percentage. Her free throw shooting efficiency ranked her fourth in the NJCAA this season.