Prather Named Head Women’s Rodeo Coach
Pratt Community College is pleased to announce the appointment of Amy Prather to the Head Women’s Rodeo Coach position. This will be Prather’s third year at PCC, she was the assistant coach for the past two years.
“I am excited about the new position,” Prather said. “I think it is really going to benefit the team having both a head Men’s and Women’s coach. This will allows us to spend more time with each of our students.”
Prather is looking forward to next season. She has a very talented group that she has high-hopes for.
Rodeo recruitment is on-going for the 2011-2012 season.
“I am excited about what recruits I have for next year,” she said. “We have state, national and world champions joining the team for next season.”
Prather has been participating in Rodeo since she was six-years-old. She competed on the PCC Rodeo Team from 2004-2006 running Barrels. After attending PCC, Prather went on to Oklahoma Panhandle State University and finished her career there.
In December 2008, Prather completed her bachelor’s degree in Agronomy; she then rodeoed full-time until accepting the teaching and assistant rodeo coach position at PCC. She is currently working on her master’s degree.
In her free time, Prather is competing in futurities with her younger horses. She placed in three of the four futurities she entered in the past year.
For more information about Pratt Community College and the Rodeo Program go to www.prattcc.edu or call 620-450-2153.