• Beaver Softball loses double header vs. Hutchinson 1-10, 4-10 (Feb. 11)
  • Beaver Baseball wins 18-4 against Brown Mackie College (Feb. 10)
  • Women's Basketball fall to Allen County 80-88 (Feb. 10)
  • Men's Basketball wins against Allen County 84-81 (Feb. 10)

PCC hires new Cross Country Head Coach and appoints new Head Track and Field Coach

11 February 2016

Pratt Community College is excited to announce the hiring of Eric Larson as the Head Cross Country Coach and Assistant Track and Field Coach in which he will specialize in the training of distance and middle distance student-athletes.

Men's basketball deafeats Allen County

21 January 2016

Pratt CC Basketball took on Allen County on Jan 20 at the Dennis Lesh Sports Arena. PCC Sophomore Dennis Jones started the game scoring the first seven points and assisting two more as the Beavers got an early lead of 12-0. Beaver defense was strong in the first half leaving them with a 12 point lead at the half.

Lady Beavers fall to Allen County

21 January 2016

Beaver basketball was in full swing as the Men and Women took on the Red Devils Allen County on Jan. 20. The Lady Beavers started the first half slow out of the gate. Allen came out hot from the 3 point line which lead the Beavers to a 15 point deficit ending the first half.

In the second half the Beavers picked up their game to close the gap. The Red Devils were able to keep their lead as the Beavers were closing in. The final score was a loss for the Beavers, 68-77.

The Lady Beavers travel to take on Cowley on Jan. 27 at 5:30.

PCC hires new Athletic Director

22 December 2015

The search for an Athletic Director has come to an end. Pratt Community College has announced that they have hired Bill Wilson as the new Athletic Director.

Wilson is expected to step into his new role in early January bringing a total of 27 years of intercollegiate athletics experience, including 16 years as a college head basketball coach.

Men's basketball win against Cloud

07 December 2015

The Beavers took on Cloud County Community College on Dec. 5 at the Dennis Lesh Sports Arena. It was the second conference game of the season and second home game of the week for the Beavers. Cloud took off early as they were able to capitalize off early turnovers and scored in transition. The Beavers switched modes and turned to more of a half court game defensively and were able to change things taking a 46-34 lead into half time.

Men's basketball falls to Barton

03 December 2015

The Pratt Community College Beaver Men’s Basketball team took on the Barton Community College Cougars from Great Bend on Dec. 2.

In the first half the Beavers held the Cougars to a season low 28 first half points on 39% shooting from the field and 12% from behind the 3 point arc. Byron Smith led the Beavers in the first half with 7 points and 4 rebounds. The score was tied 28-28 going into the half.

Lady Beavers win first conference game against Barton

03 December 2015

The Lady Beaver Basketball team played their first conference game of the year Dec. 2 against Barton Community College in the Beaver Dome. Pratt jumped out to an early lead. Pratt stretched their lead to as much as 11 points until a 3 point shot by Barton as the buzzer sounded cut the lead down to 5 points for the first half.

Pratt Community College eSports team to be launched in fall

01 December 2015

Pratt Community College is adding a new varsity program to their roster and it’s not your typical jock sport. It’s called eSports and PCC will be rolling out the virtual carpet to new and current students who are interested in the fall 2016 term. eSports, unlike the traditional athletic sport, is a new venture colleges all over the country, and the world, are adopting and implementing into their athletic and academic programs and organizations. It’s the sport of competitive video gaming and Pratt CC is on board.

Men's basketball team is now 6-3 in the season

23 November 2015

The Pratt Community College men’s basketball team traveled to Ottumwa, Iowa Nov. 20-21 for the Indian Hills Classic.

On Nov. 20 PCC took on 7 ranked Indian Hills CC Warriors. The first half left the Beavers trailing 36-54. The Warriors out rebounded the Beavers by 8 and forced the Beavers into 11 turnovers. The Beavers were not able to make a comeback in the second half and the final score was 82-102 in favor of Indian Hills.

Men's basketball takes win against Labette CC

19 November 2015

The Men’s Basketball team played the Labette Community College Cardinals on Nov. 18 at the Beaver Dome in Pratt. PCC started off in the first half with Reed Stephens going three for three from behind the arc right out of the gate. Freshman Devin Campbell scored 18 first half points to help push the Beavers out to a 56-29 half time lead.

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