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Pratt Community College launches new athletics website

15 September 2016

Pratt Community College Director of Athletics Bill Wilson announced the launch of a new athletics website gobeaversports.com. The website will serve as the new home of Beaver Athletics. PCC has partnered with Presto Sports, one of the leaders in collegiate athletic web solutions. The website, which includes an enhanced new look and adaptive design, will feature news, stats, photos and other information on PCC’s 12 intercollegiate sports.

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.

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 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.

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.

Ladies drop to Coffeyville, rebound against Labette

20 November 2012

Last weekend the Women's team traveled to Coffeyville for two games against Jayhawk East schools. Friday, the Beavers took on the host, Coffeyville, in a really tough road environment.

Women defeat Bethany, move to 4-0 on season

12 November 2012

The Women's team also played their home opener this Saturday night as they took on Bethany Junior Varsity. It was a good chance for the Beavers to clean some things up before a tough upcoming schedule.

Pratt jumped out to an early lead and never looked back, leading 39-15 at the half. The second half was more of the same getting a balanced attack offensively and everyone playing solid minutes as the Beavers got a 72-34 win.

Women topple Hesston in overtime, 3-0 on the year

08 November 2012

The Women's Basketball team traveled to Hesston for their first true road game on Tuesday, Nov. 6. The Larks were 2-0 and came in averaging 85 points per game. It was their "community night" which meant free admission for anyone in town and was a good basketball environment.

The first half was a little sloppy back and forth as neither team could quite settle in with a lot of whistles from the officials. The Beavers managed to take a slim 33-31 lead to the break despite three of the starters being in foul trouble.

Men defeat Hesston, improve to 3-0 on the season

08 November 2012

The Beaver Men's Basketball team traveled to Hesston, Kan. Tuesday to take on the Hesston College Larks. The tempo was set from the tip with a Lucas Stivrins dunk on the first possession, and the fellas put the clamps on last season's number three 3 (26 PPG) and number 11 (21 PPG) scorers in Division II Junior College basketball.

Men start out basketball season 2-0 on the road

05 November 2012

The Beaver Men's Basketball team traveled to Great Bend, Kan. last weekend to take on first year program Northwest Tech out of Goodland, Kan. and Ft. Scott, Kan.

Against Northwest Tech on Friday, PCC trailed the majority of the game until the Beavers found a group consisting of Javis Flynn (18 pts), Ralph Abraham (15 pts), Kazmere Boyd (9 pts), Aaron Abram (10 pts) and Deon Taylor 10 pts)

Lady Beavers finish season strong over Dodge City

19 October 2012

The women's soccer team hosted their final game of the season yesterday, Oct. 18, at the Beaver Dam against Dodge City Community College. With the winds howling up to 50 miles per hour, the teams had a clear advantage for one half each as they attacked the south goal.

Pratt had the wind at their backs for the first half and failed to produce a goal, but not for lack of trying. The second half began scoreless with Dodge having the "wind advantage."

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