Lady Saints finish 4th in nation PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 August 2013 09:07

By ROY ALLEN

Seward assistant athletic director

Not only did the Seward County Lady Saints take care of business on the court last season, recording their 21st straight 20-win season, but they also took care of business in the classroom, and Wednesday they were rewarded by the WBCA as they were named one of just 14 junior college teams nationally to make it onto the WBCA Academic Honor Roll.

Head coach Toby Wynn’s Lady Saints ranked fourth overall with a 3.35 team GPA. Seward followed just Snow, Northwest Wyoming, and Miles Community College in the standings.  Seward was one of just two KJCCC teams to make the list.

“The GPAs produced this year by each of the Top 25 teams are quite remarkable,” WBCA CEO Beth Bass said. “The coaches of these teams have done a terrific job encouraging their student-athletes to perform at their best both on the court and in the classroom. Congratulations to these 114 programs. I wish them each continued success.”

 
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