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Saints Crack Top Ten
10/14/2009

www.kjccc.org Seward County Community College Athletics

The Saints volleyball team moved up to ninth in the NJCAA poll. Seward hosts 17th ranked Hutchinson for Dig Pink Night Wednesday night at 6:30. The Saints are 22-5 overall and 8-0 in the Jaywhawk West. They have a two game lead over Pratt (6-2) and a two and a half game lead on Hutch (5-2). Seward beat the Dragons 3-2 earlier this year in Hutchinson. It is Dig Pink Night Wednesday night to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness.

Top 20 National Poll | October 14, 2009

Rank

College

Region

Record

Points

Last Week

1 College of Southern Idaho 18 21-3 57 2

2 Blinn College 14 22-3 54 3

3 North Idaho College 18 22-4 60 1

4 Western Nebraska Community College 9 30-2 51 4

5 Salt Lake Community College 18 20-6 48 5

6 Iowa Western Community College 11 30-3 42 7

7 Miami Dade College 8 18-3 45 6

8 Missouri State University - West Plains 16 13-6 39 8

9 Seward County Community College 6 22-5 30 11

10 Eastern Arizona College 1 16-1 33 10

11 San Jacinto College-Central 14 23-7 36 9

12 New Mexico Military Institute 5 26-6 21 14

13 Frank Phillips College 5 22-9 15 16

14 Casper College 9 22-7 9 18

15 Hillsborough Community College 8 20-6 24 13

16 Florida State College at Jacksonville 8 20-3 18 15

17 Hutchinson Community College 6 17-7 12 17

18 Pasco-Hernando Community College 8 24-7 27 12

19 Laramie County Community College 9 24-5 6 19

20 Northeastern Junior College 9 19-10 3 20

Other schools receiving votes

College Location Record Points 1st Pl Votes Last Week

Arizona Western College Yuma, AZ 16-9 0 0 NR

Central Wyoming College Riverton, WY 22-12 0 0 NR

Indian Hills Community College-Ottumwa Ottumwa, IA 10-8 0 0 NR

Jefferson College Hillsboro, MO 15-8 0 0 NR

Laredo Community College Laredo, TX 10-7 0 0 NR

Lee College Baytown, TX 13-9 0 0 NR

Northwest College Powell, WY 17-7 0 0 NR

Panola College Carthage, TX 17-6 0 0 NR

Pratt Community College Pratt, KS 13-10 0 0 NR

Redlands Community College El Reno, OK 13-13 0 0 NR

St. Petersburg College St. Petersburg, FL 10-5 0 0 NR

Wharton County Junior College Wharton, TX 13-10 3 0 20

Yavapai College Prescott, AZ 21-12 0 0 NR

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