LIBERAL, Kan. – The search begins for the next Seward County Community College Head Softball Coach to lead the Saints program. Last week Head Coach Casady Webb resigned from the position after her first season with the program (2021-22). Coach Webb will continue her coaching career as the Head Coach at Northwestern Oklahoma State University an NCAA D2 institution in Alva, Oklahoma.

This past season the Saints held a 26-27 regular season record and finished sixth in the regular season of the KJCCC with a 14-18 conference record. In the Region VI Tournament in Dodge City, Seward County went on to defeat Colby in the first round 4-3, followed by a 4-2 victory over No. 15 Hutchinson. Later on, Saturday fell to Butler 9-1 but bounced back to eliminate Hutchinson 5-2 on Sunday morning to make it to the Regional Championship series. The Saints made it back to the Region VI Championship series for the first time since 2018.

The Saints also excelled in the classroom last year as the team finished with a 3.57 GPA, and they were ranked 27th among fellow softball programs in the NJCAA. They finished second among Region VI member institutions as Colby Community College placed first (3.67) and had ten individuals earn NJCAA All-Academic honors for their success in the classroom.

Seward County will start its nationwide search for the next leader of the Saints softball program. To apply and to view the complete job description visit the link below.