For the sixth consecutive year, the Seward County athletic department has seen an increase in the number of student-athletes receiving the NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete Award, as 34 Saints and Lady Saints qualified for the 2017-18 school year, topping last years record of 28.
The Seward County Athletic Department has announced the hiring of three coaches to the coaching staff. Lachmond Bratton will be joining the tennis program as Assistant Coach, Chad Butler will be leading the SCCC Spirit Squad as Head Coach, and Parker Thompson will become the new assistant coach for volleyball.
Seward County Director of Athletics Roy Allen has announced that Seward County will welcome Kelby Tomlinson and Tracy Wynn to its Athletics Hall of Fame. Celebrating the 7th induction ceremony, this year’s class of 2018 brings the current roster of Hall of Fame inductees to 18 members and one team. Volleyball player Joy Okpa also received enough votes to be inducted, but will wait to join the 2019 class so she can attend the ceremony.
The Seward athletic department announced Thursday, the addition of two volunteer coaches to their coaching staffs. Austin King will be assisting with the baseball team, while Tate Cain will be helping the cheerleading squad.
With the recent developments in Houston, Texas and surrounding areas, the Seward County Athletic department will be hosting multiple hurricane relief events. The devastation has struck many current and former Saints and Lady Saints, therefore all monetary, non-perishable food, or other donations will be sent directly to former Seward students and their families. With help from the SCCC Booster Club, there will be an account set up for all funds to be collected and distributed.
Seward County Community College is excited to announce that Ian Applegate has been named just the third Sports Information Director in the history of the institution. Applegate will serve as the primary contact for all seven of the Saints athletic teams.