Kenny Hernandez

LIBERAL, Kan. – Seward County Community College welcomes Aubrey Wilson as the Assistant Coach for the Lady Saints volleyball program. Wilson joins head coach Geno Frugoli’s staff as they prepare for the fall 2022 season.

Ready to get started Wilson talked about Seward County volleyball, “This program always has a winning tradition and that’s something that I wanted to be a part of.” She talked about the KJCCC, “The Jayhawk Conference is really well respected all over the country too.”

Wilson arrives after three years with Henderson State University (2019-22) as she was named the head assistant coach in the summer of 2021. First hired as a graduate assistant, Wilson helped the Reddie’s to a 48-27 overall record in her three seasons in Arkadelphia, AR.

The Bucklin, Kansas native competed at Hutchinson Community College (2014-2016) and received first-team All-American honors in the fall of 2015, and led the Blue Dragons to a ninth-place finish at Nationals. After graduating with an associate’s degree Wilson continued her career at Missouri Baptist University where she received honorable mention all-conference honors. Wilson graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2019 and went on to receive a master’s degree in sports administration from Henderson State (2021).

The Lady Saints will have nine returners from the previous season and will add talent around them. In the fall 2021 season, Seward County finished with a 23-10 overall record, 12-4 conference record, and finished second in the Region VI tournament in El Dorado, Kansas last fall.

“We have a lot coming back and talking with Geno I think we have a lot in common when it comes to passion for the game and helping the girls move on.” Wilson continued to discuss the upcoming year, “It will be a fun and successful season and I am excited.”

The Lady Saints will start the season at the Cisco/Ranger on August 19th and will face Wilson’s alma mater the Blue Dragons in the home opener on August 31st.