Pratt Community College Spirit Squad is composed of 10-20 men and women athletes. The team cheers at all home basketball games. All members of the spirit squad have had experience either on a high school squad, college squad and/or all star team. Our goal is to promote school support and interest in athletics, increase enrollment in Pratt Community College, develop high team standards, and provide quality family entertainment.
Each team member is a student athlete: student first, athlete second. Each athlete is expected to give priority to their education as well as dedication and responsibility to their team. In addition to the daily practice schedule, members are expected to weight train and practice on their own in order to maintain optimal conditioning and performance levels.
Currently, all members of the spirit squad receive scholarships. Students must have a 2.5 GPA to receive their initial athletic scholarship and maintain at least a 2.5 after each academic year to keep the scholarship.
Pratt Community College’s Cheer team traveled to Daytona Beach, Fla. to compete in the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) College Nationals. The team received a bid to compete at Nationals from the NCA College Summer Camp they attended in July 2011. They were among over 240 cheer teams in 18 different divisions.
The team left for Florida on Wed.,...more
Pratt Community College’s Cheer Team received a bid to go to the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) College Nationals, which are held in April 2012 in Daytona Beach, Fla. The team received the bid from the NCA College Summer Camp they attended in late July.
The team competed in two categories at the NCA College Summer Camp: Rally Routine and Game Day...more
The 2011-2012 Cheer Team is getting off to a great start. Twenty members from the team traveled to Northwest Missouri State University this summer to attend the NCA Collegiate Summer Camp.
The camp had over 400 cheer participates representing over 25 colleges in many different divisions and from all over the United States. While attending the three...more
The PCC Cheer Squad traveled to Tulsa, Oklahoma last weekend for the Jam Fest National Competition and returned home with the first place trophy for their division. After a somewhat nervous first day, the team bounced back to score 7.784 and take first place.
“The team went out the first day looking very nervous and got pretty flustered,” said Head Coach...more