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Owen resigns as cheerleading coach PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 January 2018 11:40

By IAN APPLEGATE

Seward sports information director

altHead cheerleading coach Carissa Owen has announced her resignation. She will be relocating after her husband and head Seward tennis coach Greg Owen accepted the head coaching job at Southern Arkansas University.

“I appreciate all that Carissa has done for our Cheerleading program over the past five months,” athletic director Roy Allen said. “She has worked very hard, and her passion and organization for the program will be missed. We wish her, Greg, Anna, Claire, and Joey all of our best in Russellville.”

The Seward County athletic department will begin searching for Owen’s replacement immediately. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit SCCC.edu for more information on the position.

 

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