Jordan Stubbings and Taylor White sign to continue their collegiate careers
Two of Pratt Community College's men's soccer players announce their plans to further their collegiate soccer careers once their time as a Beaver comes to an end.
Jordan Stubbings will further his College career after signing with Midwestern State University in Texas. Stubbings was an offensive force at forward for the Blue and White the past two seasons. He led the team in goals in each of his two seasons at PCC with 12 goals and five assists in 2015 and 14 goals and eight assists.
Stubbings was named to the first team All-Conference in both of his seasons as a Beaver. He was also selected first team Region VI. This past season, Stubbings was named offensive player of the year in the Jayhawk Conference.
Another stand out player for PCC, Taylor White signed with Newman University. White had an excellent two years at Beavers. After suffering a series of injuries his freshman year, he battled back to play a major role for the Blue and White. This past year, White was a utility player and got experience playing in many different positions. White ended the 2016 season with five goals and an assist.
Men's soccer coach Kevin Kewley is proud of the achievements of Stubbing and White had over their careers at PCC
"It has been a pleasure to coach Jordan and Taylor the two past years," Kewley said. "Both players have played key roles in our success on the field and in the classroom. Taylor and Jordan both maintained a 3.5 GPA in addition to their responsibilities as players."