• WRE places 7th at Kansas Cup (Jan. 25)
  • MBB falls to Barton 100-90 (Jan. 24)
  • WBB falls to Barton 69-52 (Jan. 24)
  • GO BEAVERS

Pratt Community College Named Top Ten Community College in the Country

22 September 2014

In September, Pratt Community College was named one of the Top Ten Community Colleges in the Country by SmartAsset.com, a blog that uses software and data to solve financial problems.

A college education is increasingly important in order to get and keep a job in the current information-oriented world, while at the same time, college costs are rising. SmartAsset evaluated approximately 700 public community colleges across the country in order to find the best investment.

Pratt Wrestling Competes at Kansas Cup

26 January 2015

The Pratt Community College wrestling team had a strong showing at the sixth annual Kansas Cup at Baker University this Sunday.

The Kansas Cup consists of all the Kansas wrestling schools that include the NJCAA, NAIA, and the NCAA divisions in an invitational-style tournament. The Beavers took only seven of ten athletes due to an injury, and finished seventh overall.

Pratt Baseball Signs Five

26 January 2015

Pratt Community College Baseball enjoyed another day of success as five members of their 2015 recruiting class signed in the Pratt Community College Hall of Fame on Jan. 22, 2015. Jacob Compton, Tanner Kleinsasser, Turner Middendorf, Corey Steward, and Hayden Wheeler signed to wear Beaver Blue for the 2015 season.

“It’s a great day for us,” Head Coach Eric Thompson said. “We have the building blocks for our success and vision here today. Along with our other 2015 commits, we are putting together something special.”

Men's Basketball Defeated by Barton 100-90

26 January 2015

The Pratt Community College men’s basketball team traveled to Great Bend on Saturday for a tussle with the Barton Community College Cougars.

Both teams traded runs for the majority of the evening until right after the 10 minute mark of the second half when Ahmad Walker for the Cougars got loose in transition for a lay-up, was fouled, and Pratt's Khory Ross was whistled for a technical on top of that. The Cougar lead went from three to eight, before ballooning to 17 with 6:09 remaining.

The Beavers made a late run, but the final score read 100-90 Cougars.

Women's Basketball Falls to Barton 69-52

26 January 2015

The Pratt Community College women’s basketball team traveled to Barton on Saturday to take on the Cougars.

The first half went back and forth with both teams turning the ball over. The Beavers faced a one point half-time deficit to start the second half, and it was all Cougars for the rest of the night. Beavers lost 69-52.

The Beavers had four players in double figures: Jazzmen Ortiz (10), Teairra Luckett (11), Lanina Spence (10) and Karissa Pena (11).

Wrestling Competes at UNK Midwest Classic and Baker

22 January 2015

On Jan. 17, the Pratt Community College men's wrestling team competed in the UNK Midwest Classic in Kearney, Neb. The three opponents included number five Northeast Oklahoma A&M, NAIA York College, and NAIA Hastings College.

The Beavers went 2-1 on the day before heading into an exhibition match with the UNK Lopers who have won the NCAA Division 2 National Championships three out of the last four years.

Hutch Defeats Men's Basketball 103-90

22 January 2015

The Pratt Community College men’s basketball team started out on fire last night in the Beaver Dome and built an early lead against the Hutchinson Blue Dragons, but soon after the Blue Dragons flipped the effort switch on the rebounding front, and by halftime Pratt found themselves down 10.

The Blue Dragons had more offensive rebounds than the Beavers had rebounds total in the first half. That coupled with some turnover problems led to a 103-90 victory for Hutch. The men are now 12-8 on the year, and 3-3 in conference.

The standings look like this:

Women's Basketball Defeated by Hutch 85-34

22 January 2015

The Pratt Community College women's basketball took on the Hutchinson Community College Blue Dragons last night.

"Hutch is very talented and we hung with them until the 4:00 minute mark of the first half," said Head Coach Stephanie Thompson. "The Dragons were able to build a 17 point lead to head into the break. The Beavers were having a very difficult time putting the ball into the basket most of the night, shooting just 19% from the field. The Dragons’ transition game and size proved to be too much for the Beavers."

The final score was 85-34.

Indoor Track Opens

20 January 2015

The Pratt Community College indoor track teams opened their season at the Missouri Southern State Invitational over the weekend. Twenty-four PCC athletes competed against nine other schools.

Elisabeth Richins (pictured) led the way for the women, finishing in twelfth place (2:31) in the 800 meter run. For the rest of the team, some winter break rust reared its head.

The women have two weeks to prepare for the Texas Tech Open on January 30-31.

Men's Basketball Falls to Butler 72-71

20 January 2015

The Pratt Community College men's basketball team traveled to El Dorado on Saturday to tussle with undefeated number four Butler Community College.

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