2016-2017 Men's Basketball News

  • Three Seward Teams Earn Top KJCCC GPA
    August 08, 2017
    The academic recognition continues for Seward County athletic teams, as the 2016-17 KJCCC academic report was released Monday (Aug. 7) with three SCCC teams earning the top cumulative GPA in their respective sports. Men and women’s tennis, along with women’s basketball, all earned the highest GPA in their sports.
  • 28 Saints Receive NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete Awards
    July 12, 2017
    LIBERAL, Kan. (June 12, 2017) – Seward County student-athletes continue to excel both on the field and in the classroom, as 28 Saints qualified for national academic honors for the 2016-17 school year. This was the fifth straight year that Seward saw an increase in NJCAA All-Academic winners.
  • Saints Hoops Announces Individual Summer Skills Camp Schedule
    June 05, 2017
    New Seward County Head Coach Jason Sautter has announced the return of an individual skills camp for youngsters grades 2nd through 8th to the Greenhouse this summer. Sautter, along with Assistant Coaches Luke Adams and Carlo Walton will hold the camps June 27-29 with players heading into 2nd through 5th grade going from 9:00 am to noon and players 6th through 8th grade going in the afternoon from 1:00 to 4:00. Cost for the camp will be $50 which will include a camp t-shirt. For more information or to register CLICK HERE for the registration form or contact Sautter at 620-417-1557 or jason.sautter@sccc.edu.
  • Sautter Adds Adams to Men's Basketball Staff
    May 31, 2017
    Seward County Head Coach Jason Sautter signed a star recruit to help his 2017-2018 Saints squad on Monday, but it wasn’t one that will be wearing a uniform for the upcoming season, it comes with former Texas Tech Red Raider Luke Adams who joins Sautter’s bench as an Assistant Coach.
  • Roy Allen Appointed Seward Interim Director of Athletics
    May 02, 2017
    Seward County Athletics will move ahead under the leadership of a new Interim Director of Athletics — one with a familiar face. Trustees appointed Roy Allen to the position, after discussion in executive session, at the regular May meeting Monday night.
  • Auger & Colvin's Enshrined in Saints Hall of Fame
    April 28, 2017
    Three familiar and deserving faces were inducted into the Saints Athletics Hall of Fame on Friday at the annual Hall of Fame Banquet in the Greenhouse as Softball great Courtney Auger as well as longtime supporters Bill & Virginia Colvin took their place as the class of 2017 in front of a crowd of 300.
  • Seward Names Jason Sautter New Head Men's Basketball Coach
    April 24, 2017
    A familiar face to Saints fans will return to the bench in 2017-2018 as former Seward assistant Jason Sautter will lead the Men’s Basketball program next season as its Head Coach.
  • Trio of Saints Sign National LOI's
    April 12, 2017
    Three Seward County sophomores signed on the dotted line Wednesday afternoon in the All-American Room at SCCC as Spencer Franklin inked with Longwood, Charles Beauregard signed at Southwestern Oklahoma State, and Ernest Carter penned to head home to Topeka and Kansas Wesleyan on National Signing Day 2017.
  • Beauregard Joins 1,000 Point Club in Season Ending Loss
    March 02, 2017
    The Seward County Saints gave it a valiant run, but came up short 76-62 against the Barton Cougars in the first round of the Region VI Tournament, ending Seward’s season at 9-22. In the loss, Charles Beauregard joined elite company, becoming one of just 13 players in school history to reach the 1,000 point mark, tying Shelby Walton for 12th place with 1,001 career points at night’s end.
  • Saints Knock Off Rival Busters in Regular Season Finale
    February 27, 2017
    For all intents and purposes, the Seward County Saints didn’t have anything to play for Monday night at home as they took on the rival Garden City Broncbusters. The only thing was, someone forgot to tell them that. Seward came out with arguably their most passionate effort of the season, outlasting the Busters 77-68 on sophomore night in the Greenhouse to head to the Region VI Tournament on a high note.
  • Beauregard's 40 Not Enough in Saints Loss
    February 25, 2017
    Charles Beauregard became one of just four players in Seward County history to score 40 points in a game Saturday afternoon in Dodge City, but his big day wasn’t enough as Seward dropped to 1-12 on the road this season with an 80-70 loss in their first trip to the Conquistadors brand new DC3 Student Activities Center.
  • Saints Road Woes Continue
    February 22, 2017
    The Seward County Saints dropped to 1-11 on the road this season Wednesday night in Colby, trailing the whole way in a 92-76 loss to the Trojans to seal their fate as the #15 seed for the upcoming Region VI Tournament with two games to go.
  • Shorthanded Saints Drop Close One to Pirates
    February 19, 2017
    The Seward County Saints put together one of their best 40 minute efforts of the season Saturday night at home in the Greenhouse against Independence, unfortunately for the guys in green, it wasn’t enough in an 83-75 loss in which they played with just six dressed players.
  • 78 Saints/Lady Saints Earn AD Honor Roll Nod
    February 17, 2017
    The Seward County Athletics Department released its semiannual Athletic Director Honor Roll on Thursday, naming 78 student-athletes to the 2016 Fall list.
  • Saints Shut Down in Chanute
    February 15, 2017
    The Seward County Saints won’t be disappointed if they don’t have to see the Neosho County Panthers again this season as for the second straight game against the Panthers, Seward was completely shut down on the offensive end Wednesday night, managing just 57 points in a 13 point loss to fall to last place once again in the Jayhawk Conference standings.
  • Saints Back in the Win Column After Downing Allen
    February 11, 2017
    The Seward County Saints defended the Greenhouse Saturday night, earning a 79-70 victory over the Allen County Red Devils to jump up two spots in the Jayhawk Conference standings.
  • Ravens Fly Past Saints
    February 09, 2017
    The Seward County Saints fell behind early and never recovered Wednesday night on the road at Coffeyville, dropping an 89-64 decision that was never close to fall into last place by themselves in the Jayhawk Conference standings for the first time this season.
  • Beauregard's 27 Not Enough As Saints Fall to Cowley
    February 04, 2017
    The Seward County Saints couldn’t defend their home floor Saturday night in the Greenhouse, going cold down the stretch to fall 84-73 to visiting Cowley, giving the Tigers just their third win on the road all season.
  • Saints Earn Hard Fought OT Win Over Pratt
    February 02, 2017
    The Seward County Saints were playing for pride Wednesday night as they took on fellow 3-14 Pratt in the Greenhouse on Hispanic Heritage Night. After trailing by two at the half, the Saints came back and knotted the score at the end of regulation before outscoring the Beavers 12-7 in the overtime period to snap a six game losing streak with a 93-88 victory.
  • Saints Can't Slow Cougars in Road Loss
    January 28, 2017
    Once again, an opposing team had their way against the Seward County Saints defense Saturday night in Great Bend as Barton put up 108 points on 57% shooting to send the Saints to their sixth straight loss in a 108-95 final from the Kirkman Center.
  • Cloud Spoils Franklin's Return to Saints Lineup
    January 26, 2017
    For the first time in nearly two months, a healthy Spencer Franklin took the court for the Seward County Saints Wednesday night in Concordia. However, a game high 19 point return for Franklin wasn’t enough as Seward yielded 49 second half points in an 85-69 loss to Cloud County, the Saints fifth straight defeat.
  • Saints Skid Continues Against Butler
    January 22, 2017
    The Seward County Saints couldn’t come up with enough defensive stops to defend their home floor Saturday night in the Greenhouse, falling 99-88 to visiting Butler to drop their seventh game in their past eight outings.
  • Undefeated Dragons Too Much For Saints
    January 18, 2017
    Playing without the leading scorer in the Jayhawk Conference in Kevin Sims and against the 2nd ranked team in the country, the Hutchinson Blue Dragons, the Seward County Saints had their hands full Wednesday night in the Hutchinson Sports Arena and while the Saints hung with the Dragons for a portion of the first half, in the end, Hutchinson was too much for the guys in green in an 88-65 final that drops Seward to 6-12 on the year.
  • Comeback Bid Comes Up Short For Saints in Garden
    January 15, 2017
    The Seward County Saints search for answers continued Saturday afternoon in the Perryman Center in Garden City as the Saints allowed Garden City to shoot North of 50% in a 90-81 loss to drop them to 3-10 in Jayhawk Conference play as the first round of league action wrapped up Saturday.
  • Jupiter Pushes Up Saints Basketball Double Header Saturday
    January 12, 2017
    Due to Winter Storm Jupiter making its way towards Southwest Kansas this weekend, the Seward County vs. Garden City Basketball doubleheader originally scheduled for a 5:50/7:50 start Saturday night in Garden City’s Perryman Center, has been moved up to a 1:00/3:00 start.
  • Saints With No Answer For High Powered Conqs
    January 11, 2017
    After playing a low scoring game Saturday night at home in a win against Colby, the Seward County Saints played a barnburner Wednesday night in the Greenhouse against Dodge City, coming up on the losing end of a 105-92 decision as the visiting Conqs shot 65% in the second half and 60% overall on the night to hand the Saints their 10th loss of the 2016-2017 season.
  • Bill & Virginia Colvin/Courtney Auger Announced As 2017 Saints Hall of Fame Class
    January 10, 2017
    Three more Saints will be inducted into the Saints Athletics Hall of Fame in April as at Seward County’s home basketball games against Colby on Saturday, contributors Bill and Virginia Colvin as well as softball player Courtney Auger were announced as the Saints Hall of Fame Class of 2017.
  • Saints Hang On For One Point Win
    January 08, 2017
    It wasn’t pretty, but at this point in time, the Seward County Saints are done worrying about that as the guys in green pulled out a one point, 67-66 win Saturday night at home in the Greenhouse to snap a mini three game skid that because of the break lasted an agonizing five weeks.
  • Saints Struggles Continue to Start Second Half
    January 04, 2017
    The Seward County Saints were hoping that a three week layoff and a new year would help them get things turned around as they began the second half of their 2016-2017 season Wednesday night in Independence, however, it was more of the same for the guys in green as they yielded 51 first half points and never recovered in a 95-82 loss to drop their third straight in conference play.
  • Offensive Woes Cost Saints in Loss to Neosho
    December 11, 2016
    On paper, the Seward County Saints matchup looked favorable Saturday night in the Greenhouse against the Neosho County Panthers. The Saints, averaging over 82 points per game on the season going up against a Panther squad that had given up 80 or more in seven straight games. The projected outcome couldn’t have been further from the truth however as Seward shot under 29% on the night and managed just 68 points in a 72-68 loss to the Panthers to drop the Saints to 2-7 heading into the Christmas Break.
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