Last night Pratt Community College Women's Basketball traveled to Seward County for the team's second conference game.
The Beavers got off to an early start, beginning the game up 7 to 0. The run was sparked by their defense as Pratt forced the Lady Saints into a shot-clock violation on the first possession of the game.
"The Green House is always a tough place to play and very few teams come out of there with a W, but the Beavers came out strong and jumped to an early lead," said Taylor High, Assistant Women's Basketball Coach.
The women's team made the long trip to Neosho, Missouri on Saturday to take on a tough Crowder team who is receiving votes in the NJCAA top 25. The Beavers did not show any effects from the long trip as they battled right from the start in loud environment.
Pratt took an early lead and never let go. Both teams were efficient on the offensive end scoring quickly in a back and forth affair. Holding only a two point lead with a minute to go in the first, Kelsey Strobel banged in two three-pointers to go up 48-40.
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.