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Female athletes will be recognized Feb. 5


All female athletes who compete for Southeast Community College Storm athletics will be recognized following a women’s basketball game vs. Concordia Junior Varsity on Tuesday, Feb. 5 at 6 p.m. in the Truman Center at the Beatrice Campus. Feb. 6 is National Girls & Women in Sports Day.

All female athletes and coaches who attend the game will be recognized and receive a commemorative T-shirt and certificate. Members of Concordia’s team also will be included. The evening is in conjunction with the National Junior College Athletic Association and its recognition of female athletes competing at junior colleges.

“SCC, along with the NJCAA, continues to be proud of providing opportunities for our female athletes and coaches to push forward to achieve excellence and greatness in their academics, athletics and life,” said Dan Johnson, SCC’s athletic director.

Women’s sports at SCC are basketball, cross country, softball, and volleyball.


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