2019 Baseball News

  • Saints swept at Midland
    February 17, 2019
    MIDLAND, Texas -- The Seward County Community College baseball team suffered a pair of losses against Midland College, 6-5 and 10-2, on Sunday. The Saints dropped to 3-5 on the season.
  • Saints split doubleheader with Wranglers
    February 16, 2019
    Odessa, Texas – After nearly a two-week layoff, the Seward County Community College baseball team hit the road and split a doubleheader with the Odessa College Wranglers, taking the opener, 5-1, while dropping the nightcap, 10-7, on Saturday. The Saints, who have not played since February 3, are 3-3 on the season.
  • Saints Run-Ruled in Weatherford
    February 03, 2019
    The Seward County baseball team ended their opening weekend with a 13-3 loss again Weatherford College on Sunday.  Seward sits at 2-2 after the first three days of the season.
  • Saints Pick Up Sweep In Justin
    February 02, 2019
    The Seward County baseball team bounced back from an opening day loss by sweeping Galveston in two games on Saturday winning game one 6-3 and game two 5-4.
  • Late Runs Lift Galveston over Seward
    February 01, 2019
    The Seward County baseball team opened their 2019 season on Friday night, playing the first of a three-game series against the Galveston Whitecaps. The Whitecaps used a late rally to beat the Saints 5-2.
  • Season Preview: 2019 Seward County Baseball
    January 23, 2019
    For the first time in nearly four decades, there will be a new man leading the charge for the Seward County baseball team as the Mike Davidson era is set to begin in just nine days.
  • Baseball Sends Four More Saints to Four Year Schools
    November 19, 2018
    Seward County baseball is sending four more players to four-year schools after Cayde Ward, Ryan Thomas, Braeden Gould and Chandler Poell all signed their LOI’s to continue their baseball careers.  Ward signed with NCAA Division I New Mexico, Gould signed with NCAA Division II UT Permian Basin, and Ryan Thomas and Chandler Poell both signed with NCAA Division I Stephen F. Austin.