LIBERAL, Kan. – Lady Saints basketball players Silvia Veloso, Carla Covane and Lexi Hernandez will be continuing their basketball careers at four-year institutions in the fall. Covane and Veloso are heading to the University of the Cumberlands in Kentucky while Hernandez is going to Mid-American Christian University in Oklahoma.
LIBERAL, Kan. – Seward County Community College sophomore Kalen Green has decided to continue her basketball career at Division I Northwestern State University. Green signed her letter of intent on Tuesday in the All-American Room on the SCCC campus.
LUBBOCK, Texas – The season is over for the Seward County Community College women’s basketball team. The Lady Saints were done in by the first and third quarters in their loss to the South Plains Lady Texans, 87-61, in the second round of the National Junior College Athletic Association Tournament on Wednesday at the Rip Griffin Center.
PARK CITY, Kan. — The second-ranked Seward County Community College women’s basketball team lost to Butler Community College 62-54 in the Region VI championship on Wednesday. The Lady Saints dropped to 30-3 on the season.
PARK CITY, Kan. – The second-ranked Seward County Community College women’s basketball team withstood a late charge and hung on to beat Barton Community College, 63-58, on Monday to advance to the Region VI championship game. The Lady Saints will play Butler Community College in the finals at 5 p.m. on Wednesday at Hartman Arena.
PARK CITY, Kan. – The second-ranked Seward County Community College women’s basketball team dominated in the second and third quarters to cruise to a 74-59 victory over the Cloud County Thunderbirds in the Region VI quarterfinals on Saturday.
LIBERAL, Kan. – The second-ranked Seward County Community College women’s basketball team needed overtime to knock off the Hutchinson Blue Dragons, 77-69, and capture its second straight Jayhawk West championship on Sunday.
LIBERAL, Kan. – Every Lady Saint scored at least two points as the Seward County Community College women’s basketball team routed the Northwest Tech Mavericks, 108-63, to extend their winning streak to 21 games.
GREAT BEND, Kan. – Kalen Green had 20 points, including four three-pointers, and Karolina Szydlowska scored all 13 of her points in the second half to rally the sixth-ranked Seward County Community College women’s basketball team from a 17-point deficit to an 81-80 win over the Barton Community College Cougars on Saturday
Carla Covane posted 17 points and 12 rebounds for a team-leading, seventh double-double and Silvia Veloso added 15 points to send the sixth-ranked Seward County Community College to its 19th straight win with a 65-60 triumph over the Colby Trojans at the Greenhouse.
Tenacious defense and key free throws in the final four minutes of the game keyed the sixth-ranked Seward County Community College women’s basketball team to its 17th straight win with a 66-59 victory over the Pratt Lady Beavers on Homecoming at the Greenhouse.
Carla Covane had 16 points and 16 rebounds and Lexi Hernandez added a team-high 22 points to lead the sixth-ranked Seward County Community College women’s basketball team to its 16th straight win with a 83-65 victory over Garden City at the Greenhouse.
In a battle for first place in the Jayhawk West and two Top 10 teams, the No. 8 Seward County women’s basketball team came out on top in Hutchinson against the Blue Dragons 70-54 to hand Hutchinson their first loss of the season.
The No. 8 Seward County women’s basketball team won their 14th straight game behind a flurry of three pointers, defeating the Northwest Tech Mavericks 93-77. The win pushed the Lady Saints to 20 wins for the 27th consecutive year, dating back to 1992.
The No. 11 Seward County women’s basketball team survived another tough challenge on Saturday night, needing overtime to defeat the Barton Cougars 106-96. The win pushed the Seward home win streak to 45 games as the Lady Saints now sit at 19-2 overall and 11-1 in the KJCCC.
The No. 11 Seward County women’s basketball team overcame another halftime deficit to defeat the Colby Trojans 62-52 and win their 12th straight game. The Lady Saints move to 18-2 overall and 10-1 in the Jayhawk Conference.
A complete team effort pushed the No. 11 Seward County women’s basketball team to victory, as six Lady Saints scored in double-figures en route to a 99-83 win over the Neosho County Panthers in the Greenhouse Monday night.
The No. 11 Seward County Lady Saints made it tough on themselves again, overcoming a 15-point deficit for a second straight game to defeat the Dodge City Conquistadors 63-51. The win marked the 10th straight for the Lady Saints.
The No. 11 Seward County women’s basketball extended their win streak against Pratt to 52 games, overcoming a 15-point deficit to beat the Beavers 71-68. Seward is now 15-2 overall and 7-1 in the Jayhawk Conference.
Despite an inefficient third quarter that saw just one point scored, the No. 11 Seward County women’s basketball beat the Garden City Broncbusters 68-60. It was the first home loss for Garden City on the year.
Silvia Veloso scored 14 points, but none were more important than her final three, as she lifted the No. 12 Seward County women's basketball team over the No. 5 NJCAA DII North Arkansas Pioneers on a buzzer beater in overtime.
The No. 14 Seward County continued their strong play in December, pushing their win streak to four games with a 98-54 dismantling of the Coffeyville Red Ravens. The win keeps the Lady Saints in the hunt to stay atop the Jayhawk Conference as they end the fall semester with a 4-1 KJCCC record.
In an inconsistent game of runs, the No. 14 Seward County women’s basketball team eked out a victory over the Cowley Tigers 70-67 behind Aquila Mucubaquire’s career-high 24 points. The Lady Saints are now 9-2 overall and 3-1 in the Jayhawk Conference.
Six Lady Saints scored in double-figures as the No. 10 Seward County women’s basketball team ran away with a road conference win over the Allen Red Devils 103-68. Seward moves to 8-2 overall and 2-1 in the Jayhawk Conference.
Career-highs from Karolina Szydlowska and Lexi Hernandez powered the No. 10 Seward County women’s basketball team to their first Jayhawk Conference win, defeating the Cloud County Thunderbirds 80-53 inside the Greenhouse Saturday night.
In a game of runs, it was the 16th-ranked Butler Grizzlies that got the better of the 10th-ranked Seward County Lady Saints 64-54. Seward moves to 6-2 overall and 0-1 in Jayhawk play, while Butler goes to 10-0 overall and 1-0 in Jayhawk play.