PCC Celebrates 45 Years of Rodeo

25 August 2014

The 2014-2015 school year marks the 45th anniversary of the rodeo program at Pratt Community College. It began in 1969 as an extracurricular club through the efforts of a handful of students and faculty members, and has since become one of the largest programs on campus.

Dorothy Huffman is a resident of Pratt and shared this about her husband Herb Huffman, who was a member of the PCC agriculture faculty and a PCC alumnus himself:

Women's Soccer Falls to Hutch

28 August 2014

The Pratt Community College women's soccer team took on the nationally ranked Hutchinson Blue Dragons on Aug. 27. After a hard fought battle, they came up short with a 3-0 loss.

"It was a great defensive display to hold Hutch to three goals," said Head Coach Kevin Kewley. "If we put forward the same effort, the future looks bright for the Lady Beavers."

The team takes on Trinidad State on Aug. 30 and travels to Great Bend on Aug. 31 to take on Western Nebraska.

PCC Volleyball Defeats Dodge City

28 August 2014

Pratt Community College Lady Beaver Volleyball took on their first conference opponent at Dodge City, Aug, 27 at 6:30pm.

The team did not come out firing, dropping the first set 25-17. In the second set, PCC was able to serve their way to a hefty lead early in the match. The Beavers were able to keep that lead throughout the set winning 25-13.

Volleyball Begins Season 3-1, Cochran Named All-Tournament

25 August 2014

Pratt Community College volleyball was able to come out of the opening weekend 3-1.

On Aug. 22 they beat Neosho in five (25-19, 17-25, 25-19, 22-25, 15-9) and lost to Fort Scott in four (21-25, 18-25, 25-23, 19-25).

On Aug. 23 they were able to down both Wentworth Academy (25-14, 26-18, 25-18) and East Central College (29-27, 25-18, 25-7) in three sets.

Men's Soccer 1-1 in 2014 Season

25 August 2014

The Pratt Community College men's soccer team traveled to Hillsborough on Aug. 22 to take on Tabor College.

"Both the men's and women's teams were impressive for a first season game," said Head Coach Kevin Kewley.

The men’s team won 3-0 with goals from Peter Connelly, Julio Vielmas and Cesar Ramirez. Edgar Vaquera and Luis Fernandez combined in the nets for the shut out, and it was excellent display to build on.

The regular season began with a non-conference game against Rose State College on Aug. 23.

Lady Beaver Soccer Ties First Game of Season

25 August 2014

The Pratt Community College women's soccer team traveled to Hillsborough on Aug. 22 to take on Tabor College.

"Both the men's and women's teams were impressive for a first season game," said Head Coach Kevin Kewley.

Playing in extreme heat, the Lady Beavers controlled the game and took the lead on a nice long range shot from freshman Ashley Contraras. Both teams had chances to score in second half, and then with two seconds go in the game, Tabor was given a penalty kick and scored to tie the game up at 1-1.

PCC Cross Country Wins Invitational for the First Time in 12 Years

23 August 2014

The Pratt Community College cross country teams kicked off the 2014 season on Aug. 22 at the King Sandwich Shop Classic hosted by Allen Community College. The women took first place defeating Allen, Coffeyville and Barton.

Grasiela Navarro lead the Beavers with a second place finish (12:30) for the two mile trek, just 11 seconds behind the winner and defending national champion Lydia Mato of Barton.

The team then packed it in, going 6-7-8 with Elisabeth Richins, Regan Boyer, and Breanna Phillips.

Pratt Community College Begins Academic Year Confidently

18 August 2014

On Aug. 11, Pratt Community College Board of Trustees Chair Michele Hamm and President Michael Calvert welcomed the faculty back to campus and greeted staff members with a reception and “State of the College” address.

Hamm opened the address and shared her enthusiasm for the new school year.

PCC Cross Country Announces 2014 Schedule

06 August 2014

Twenty-three men and women of the Pratt Community College cross country team arrived on campus on Aug. 4, 20 more runners than just one year ago.  With 19 of them being freshmen, the Beavers took it to the roads on Monday evening for the first practice of the 2014 season.  The men will be running up to 75 miles per week this season, while the women’s team will peak around 65.  

Former Men's Basketball Player Goes Pro

05 August 2014

Former Pratt Community College basketball player Niko Skouen has signed a professional contract with MTV Herzoge in Wolfenbuttel, Germany. Skouen played with PCC for the 2010-2011 season, and then moved on to play the last three seasons at Pepperdine University in Malibu, Calif., where he was 12th all-time in 3-pointers made. Skouen is originally from Bergen, Norway.

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