Seward’s Wondrasek Takes Northwestern Oklahoma State Job

Brock Kappelmann - June 2, 2021 1:34 pm

After three seasons as head softball coach at Seward, Ryan Wondrasek is leaving the school.  Wondrasek is the new head coach at NCAA Divsion 2 Northwestern Oklahoma State in Alva.  Wondrasek will have a rebuilding project in Alva for a program which was 8-31 this season and 9-43 in 2019.  Wondrasek finishes 42-55 in three seasons at Seward.  The 2021 team was his best.  The Saints were 17-17 overall and finished in third in the Jayhawk West with a 16-11 record.  Seward was eliminated in two games from the Region 6 Softball Tournament in Dodge City. Seward went 12-3 at French Family Field.   The 2020 team went 7-7 before Covid 19 canceled their season.  Wondrasek went 18-31 and 14-13 in the Jayhawk West in 2019.  Off the field, Wondrasek spearheaded many improvements to the playing field and ball park at French Family Field on campus at SCCC.  Wondrasek came to Liberal following two seasons as the lead assistant coach at NCAA Division I the University of Nebraska Omaha.


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