Six Lady Roadrunners announced plans to continue their academic and athletic careers at a group signing ceremony April 26 at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center on the Sedalia campus.
“This group went 42-19 during their time at SFCC,” said Lady Roadrunners Head Coach Kevin Bucher. “They played against some of the toughest competitors we’ve ever faced. They also earned Region 16 regular season and tournament championships, a district championship and a national tournament appearance. This group has been special because of their personalities. They have left their mark on campus.”
Antoinette Taylor signed a national letter of intent to attend Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kan. Taylor was named a National Junior College Athletic Association First-Team All-American. She led her team in scoring, averaging 15.4 points per game. Taylor also was named the Region 16 Most Valuable Player as a sophomore.
Niki House will attend Culver-Stockton College, a National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) school in Canton, Mo. House shot 56.7 percent from the field in her one season as a Lady Roadrunner.
Apiphany Woods signed with Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho. Woods was the team’s second-leading scorer, averaging 11.9 points per game. She also earned First-Team All-Region honors as a sophomore.
Sydonia Daniels will attend Sacramento State University in Sacramento, Calif. Daniels pulled down five rebounds per game during her sophomore season.
Mary Sims signed with Illinois State University in Normal. Sims played in 24 games and started in 15 in her only year at SFCC.
Tiana Jones signed with Rockhurst University in Kansas City. Jones played in 23 games as a sophomore.
“We wish them the best at their new colleges and universities,” said Bucher. “We will be following them, because once a Lady Roadrunner, always a Lady Roadrunner.”
SFCC Athletics Department