VB defeats Seward 3-2 (Oct. 28)
MEN SOC wins 13-0 vs Hesston (Oct. 25)
WMN SOC ties 1-1 vs Hesston (Oct. 25)
XC Regionals - WMN 4th place, MEN 8th place (Oct. 25)

Men's Soccer Defeated by Cloud in Playoffs

31 October 2014

On Oct. 30, the Pratt Community College men’s soccer team traveled to Cloud County Community College to face off in the first round of Region VI playoffs against the T-Birds.

The Beavers jumped to an early lead midway through the first half when James Gragson chipped over the opposing goal keeper on an assist from goalie Luis Fernandez. The T-Birds equalized on a penalty kick and at the half time break the score was 1-1.

Volleyball Defeats Seward in "Dig Pink" Breast Cancer Match

29 October 2014

Dennis Lesh Sports arena was electric last night during the conference matchup between Pratt Community College and Seward County Community College. Both teams wore pink to raise breast cancer awareness, and pink t-shirts were sold to the crowd for the Side-Out Foundation.

Although Side-Out’s Dig Pink events began as volleyball specific events, and are now supported by middle and high school and college students nationwide. All proceeds benefit grants to medical research organizations and entities dedicated to providing support to breast cancer patients and their families.

Navarro Runner-Up, Women Fourth

27 October 2014

Grasiela Navarro (pictured) continues to make school history as she finished second at the region championship meet on Saturday, the highest region finish ever by a Pratt cross country runner. Her 18:50 was second only to national champion Kenyan Lydia Mato of Barton.

The number nine ranked women's team was edged by four points and denied a podium spot as they finished in a disappointing fourth place of the sixteen region teams. Breanna Phillips and Divina Flores ran great races for the Lady Beavers.

Men's Basketball Hosts Last Pre-Season Scrimmage

24 October 2014

The Pratt Community College men’s basketball team scrimmaged an opponent in the Beaver Dome for the first time yesterday afternoon. They welcomed Sunrise Christian Academy from Bel Aire, Kan., and the national powerhouse program gave the fans a great game.

Women's Basketball Hosts Sterling Scrimmage

23 October 2014

On Oct. 22 the Pratt Community College women’s basketball team hosted the Warriors from Sterling College. The contest was a scrimmage but was played similar to an actual game which hasn't been done this season up till this point.

The Warriors ended up on top with a final score of 52-60. Freshman Jazzmen Ortiz, pictured, led in scoring with 12 followed by a group of Beavers with six points.

Men and Women's Soccer Defeat Cowley

22 October 2014

The Pratt Community College men's and women's soccer teams hosted the Cowley College Tigers on Oct. 21 on the Pratt campus.

The Lady Beavers took a 3-0 win over Cowley. Rachel Roller, Jacklyn Finley and Ashley Contreras each scored a goal, and Allie Ehlers had two assists. Magali Vazquez got the shut out in the nets for the Beavers, and Wynter Keetso made some excellent plays on defense.

Men's Basketball Dominates Weekend Scrimmages

21 October 2014

The Pratt Community College men’s basketball team traveled to Johnson County Community College on Oct. 19 to compete in three scrimmages.

The first scrimmage was versus Highland Community College. PCC took the lead early, controlled the game throughout and withstood a late barrage of three pointers to take the win.

In the second scrimmage versus Kansas City Kansas Community College, the team took a sizable lead early, only to watch it completely diminish due to turnovers, but still took the win.

Men's and Women's Soccer Falls to Dodge City

13 October 2014

The Pratt Community College men's and women's soccer teams played at Dodge City on Oct. 10

"The girls played a tough game once again, but still came up short," said Head Coach Kevin Kewley. "Our offense is still not taking our chances in front of goal, and once again we were shut out. Ashley Contreras was close a number of times, but the Dodge keeper made several fine saves to deny her."

Dodge City scored late in the game to take the 1-0 victory.

Women's XC Finishes Second

13 October 2014

On Oct. 10, the number 10 ranked Pratt Community College women’s cross country team finished in second place at the Ollie Isom Invitational in El Dorado, Kan. The number nine ranked Butler defended its home course and defeated the Beavers by seven points.

Pratt XC Competes in Arkansas

06 October 2014

The Pratt Community College men and women’s cross country teams competed in the Arkansas Chile Pepper Festival on Oct. 4. 

Both teams are ranked #13 and finished in second place amongst the five junior colleges brave enough to take on the likes of Arkansas, LSU, Baylor, Lamar and several other NCAA D1 schools. Iowa Central Community College dominated the junior college field.

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