Former PCC Athlete Goes Pro
The Pratt Community College soccer program is heading into its fifth year of existence and celebrating another success as a men’s soccer alumnus goes pro. Former forward Nik Bohne is the first to sign a professional contract and will play with the Wichita B-52s for the 2014-2015 season. Bohne is originally from Wichita and played at Pratt Community College during the 2011 – 2012 and 2012 – 2013 seasons.
“I wouldn’t be the player I am today if it weren’t for PCC,” Bohne said. “During my years there I gained a good sense of life and how to deal with problems. They gave me the confidence and the skills to pursue my dreams.”
Since graduation, Bohne has been coaching at East High School in Wichita, where he attended as a student, and says the experience prepared him for the next step in his career.
The Wichita B-52s are a professional indoor soccer team located in Wichita. They are part of the Major Arena Soccer League (MASL), a North American indoor soccer league formerly known as Professional Arena Soccer League. MASL is an affiliated member of the World Minifootball Federation (WMF), the governing body of the sport.
PCC is a comprehensive community college, offering an associate’s degree in general education as well as technical education studies and business and industry training. Students may transfer to a 4-year university or enter the workforce upon completion of their degree.
For more information about the PCC men’s soccer program, contact Head Coach Kevin Kewley at 620-450-2117 or email@example.com.