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  • 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)

Volleyball defeats Colby in 3

01 September 2015

In a nail biter match last night, Pratt Community College defeated Colby CC in three sets.

The first set ended with the Beavers winning 33-31 with eight different game point changes within that set. The second set the team was down 7-12, but forced a comeback after two timeouts, and won the set 26-24. The last set finished in Pratt's favor at 25-18.

Women's soccer falls to Garden 2-0

31 August 2015

The soccer season started on Aug. 29 with the Beavers hosting Garden City in the opening conference game.

On a hot steamy day, the Lady Beavers were unlucky not take an early lead, with sophomores Ashley Contreras and Rachel Himyak both having good shots saved by the Garden City goalkeeper. Both sides battled in the hot conditions, and at half time it was 0-0 .

Men's soccer takes 6-5 victory over Garden City

31 August 2015

The soccer season started on Aug. 29 with the Beavers hosting Garden City in the opening conference game.

The game was an exciting from first whistle, with both sides going close in the early stages. However with some after defensive errors, Garden City took a 3-0 lead.

Freshman Simon Christidis from Australia scored on a free kick from 25 yards out to make it 3-1. The half ended 3-1 to Garden City.

Volleyball goes 2-2 at Little Caesar Classic

25 August 2015

The Pratt Community College women’s volleyball team went 2-2 at the Little Caesar Classic in Lamar, Colo. over the weekend. The Lady Beavers lost in five sets to Western Texas (25-23, 23-25, 25-17, 22-25, 13-15) and Otero (23-25, 25-14, 25-19, 17-25, 10-15), both very close matches.

Pratt swept McCook College (25-16, 25-15, 25-10) and Lamar CC (25-22, 25-14, 25-18) both in three sets. The women are now on a two game winning streak, and continue to improve as they look for their first conference win Tuesday night at Butler. Their first home game will be Aug. 31 vs. Colby.

Men's and Women's Soccer Compete in Spring Friendlies

14 April 2015

The Pratt Community College men’s and women’s soccer teams were both in action over the weekend.

The Beaver men played a spring friendly match against Friends University. Declan Fitzpatrick scored the lone goal for the Beavers off of a Matt Price long throw in. The Falcons answered the goal to make the score 1-1, and the game finished in a tie as neither team could come up with a winner.

"It was an impressive display by the men as they were in control for most of the game," said Assistant Coach Mike Daniels.

Rivera Excels for Pratt Community College Track

13 April 2015

As the sun begins to set on her freshman season at Pratt Community College, Krystal Rivera is starting to shine her brightest on the track.

Rivera set two more personal best times at the K.T. Woodman Classic hosted by Wichita State over the weekend. Rivera was the first of three Beavers to cross the line in the 800 meter run, placing third while her teammates, Elisabeth Richins and Divina Flores, finished right behind in fourth and fifth among NJCAA runners.

Track Competes at Hutchinson Invitational

06 April 2015

The Pratt Community College track teams competed at the eight-team Hutchinson Invitational on Thursday. The men scored 32 points on the day while the short-handed women's crew tallied 28. Both team totals far exceed any point totals by last year's Beaver squad.

Baseball Falls to NOC-Enid 6-1 and 8-4

01 April 2015

Game 1: Beavers 1  Enid 6 Loss (13-20; conf 6-10)
The Pratt Community College Beavers sent freshman Nathan Roth to the mound to start the day against Northern Oklahoma College - Enid.  Big Daddy Roth would only go 4.2 IP striking out one and allowing five  runs (two were earned).  Following Big Daddy was sophomore Colton Glover (Shreveport,  La.) Grandpa, who went 0.2 IP allowing 0 runs.  Coming in after Grandpa was Hayden Brauser who continued his solid freshman campaign by going 1.2 IP allowing 0 runs and 0 walks.

Baseball Splits with Colby

30 March 2015

The Pratt Community College baseball team traveled to Colby, Kansas on March 28 to take on the Jayhawk West's Colby Trojans.

Baseball Drops Midweek to NOC-Tonkawa

26 March 2015

Beavers 4 NOC-Tonkawa 8; Loss (11-17; 4-8 Conf)


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