• Women's Basketball defeat Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa 73-57 (Nov. 24)
  • Men's Basketball win 112-96 against William Penn JV (Nov. 21)
  • Volleyball fall to Hutch 1-3 @ Region VI Championship (Nov. 8)
  • MEN'S XC: Finish unplaced in Region VI Championship (Oct. 31)
  • WOMEN'S XC: Finish 29th in NJCAA Championship (Nov. 14)

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.

Women's basketball takes win against Friends University

19 November 2015

The Lady Beavers basketball team took on Friends University JV at the Beaver Dome on Nov. 18. The women began the first quarter with an early lead and aggressive defense. PCC was up 16 points at half time. In the second half PCC kept momentum up to achieve the win with a final score of 77-53. The Beavers were lead in scoring by Breanna Baxter with 14 points along with 3 others in double figures.

The Lady Beavers will be back in action on Nov. 24 against NOC Tonkawa at 6 p.m. at home in the Dennis Lesh Sports Arena.

Women's basketball wins both matches at Butler Classic

18 November 2015

The Lady Beaver basketball team traveled to El Dorado to play in the Butler Classic Nov. 13-14. Game one for PCC was against Southwest Christian College. The ladies were down to Southwest Christian by 9 points in the first quarter but were able to gain the lead by half time. In the second half PCC took an 18 point lead over SCC. The final score was a win for the Beavers at 67-59. PCC lead scorers were by Megan Poole with 23 points and Lexi Schamberger with 9 points.

Cross Country finishes 29th in NJCAA Championship

16 November 2015

The Women’s Cross Country team finished in 29 place at the NJCAA Championship meet on Nov. 14. There were 43 teams and 303 runners who came out to compete in Fort Dodge, Iowa, with Lansing Community College from Michigan claiming the team title over Iowa Central.

The Beavers were led by sophomores Divina Flores who placed 123, Krystal Rivera who placed 126, and Elisabeth Richins placed 137. The meet wraps up a season that was highlighted by a top ten team finish at the Missouri Southern Stampeded in September and a fourth place finish at the Fort Hays Tiger Open in October.

PCC Athletic Director accepts new position as Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations

11 November 2015

Pratt Community College has found a new Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations from within the PCC family. Kurt McAfee, currently the PCC Athletic Director, was selected and accepted the new position within the Administrative team and will begin his transition into the new role in the coming weeks.

Cross County teams compete in regional championship

03 November 2015

The women’s cross country team, which is ranked 18th in the nation finished sixth place at the Region VI Championship on Oct. 31 hosted by Johnson County Community College. Krystal Rivera (17th) and Elisabeth Richins (21st) lead the way for the Beavers. The men’s team did not yield a full score. Injuries and academic failures allowed only four Pratt men to compete. Justin Moore (29th) was the top placing harrier for Pratt.

The NJCAA championship meet is on Nov. 14 in Fort Dodge, IA. The women’s team finished 15th at last year’s national championship.

Beavers win game 1 of regional playoffs

30 October 2015

The 2015 Region VI and Plains District Championships kicked off on Oct. 29 with Pratt Community College hosting Northwest Kansas Technical College. The Beavers came up with the win scoring four goals in the first half and two goals in the second. Jordan Stubbings scored three goals, Julio Vielmas scored two and Declan Fitzpatrick came out with one goal. Lewis Verdouw, Robbie Carter, Fitzpatrick and Stubbings had the assists.

Head Coach Kevin Kewley said NW Tech played an extremely physical game but the Beavers pulled up the win with a final score of 6-0 according to kjccc.org.

Men’s soccer wins 2015 conference

26 October 2015

The Pratt Community College men’s soccer team are the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference champions. In the final game of the conference the men took on Cowley College. The Beavers took an early lead with a goal scored by Julio Vielmas, the assist going to Jesus Fernandez. Cowley came back with a goal just before the half time whistle to tie the game at 1-1 . Cowley scored again late in the game. Cowley was up 2-1 late in the game. Then with 30 seconds left on the clock Peter Connelly scored to tie the game at 2-2 , Robbie Carter had the assist .

Ladies play final conference game against Cowley

26 October 2015

The Pratt Community College lady Beaver soccer team took on Cowley College on Oct. 23 in their last conference game of the season. The Beavers were playing with 10 players for this game. One woman down they were not able to come up with the win. The final score was 2-1 to Cowley. Lady Beaver Ashley Contreras scored a shot from 20 yards out, Cecilia Alvarez had the assist. The ladies were not able to score another in the last few minutes and Cowley held on to the victory.


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