• Women's Soccer lose to Johnson County 0-9 (Oct.3)
  • Volleyball team win 3-2 against Colby (Oct.3)
  • MEN'S SOCCER win 8-1 against Johnson County(Oct. 3)
  • MEN'S XC: Top ten finish (Sept. 19)
  • WOMEN'S XC: New PCC record in the five-thousand meter run set by Breanna Phillips (20:11) and Krystal Rivera (20:15) (Oct. 3)

Men take the win over Hesston, 5-1

23 September 2015

The men played against Hesston Sept. 22. In the first half Pratt Community College got in 2 goals by Cameron Scott and another by Ryan Crabtree for a 3-0 half time lead. Jesus Castillo, Robbie Carter and Franciso Miranda –Cortez had the assists. The Beavers dominated the second half as well with added goals from Jordan Stubbings and Taylor White. Hesston was able to get in a goal at the end of the second. “A big win for the Beavers”, said Kevin Kewley, head coach, with a final score of 5-1.

The Beavers play in conference against KCK on Sept. 24 at 2 and 4 p.m. at home.

Volleyball loses 2-5 against Hutch

22 September 2015

What a tough match Monday night for Lady Beavers Volleyball. Overall they had a 3 out of 5 set loss to Hutch (20-25, 13-25, 25-21, 25-23, 11-15).

Pratt Wrestling to Hold Kids Night Out

18 November 2014

On Dec. 5, the Pratt Community College Wrestling program will host the 13th Annual Kids Night Out. The event is open to boys and girls in the first through sixth grade, and lasts from 7 p.m. Friday evening to 8 a.m. on Saturday morning. Attendees will watch movies, eat pizza, play games and spend the night in the Beaver Dome. Registration is $25 for the first child and $10 for each sibling after that. The fee is due Nov. 28 and includes a t-shirt. 

Women's Basketball Signs Seven

05 May 2014

The women’s basketball team has added seven Kansas athletes to the 2014-2015 roster. These seven athletes have had great high school careers and they are excited to embark on the journey of college basketball at Pratt Community College.

“After losing the majority of our starters and scoring, these freshmen will have the opportunity to come in right away and contribute to our success in 2014-2015,” said Head Coach Stephanie Thompson.

Soccer Teams Finish Spring Season

24 April 2014

The Pratt Community College men's and women's soccer teams competed in their last spring tournament on April 23 in McPherson, Kan. against Central Christian College.

The men's team unfortunately came up short, losing the contest 3-0 against a team they had previously defeated 12-3 at the McPherson College 6v6 tournament two weeks prior.

Baseball Splits With Butler

23 April 2014

With the Butler County Grizzlies in town, the Pratt Beavers needed to take a couple of wins in order to keep their playoff hopes alive. After dropping a close game in the opener 2-1, the Beavers bounced back and won the second game 7-1.

Aaron Berenson had two hits and Skylar Dean had two hits and the lone RBI for Pratt in the 2-1 loss. Tyler Huffstickler took the loss allowing two runs in six innings while walking five hitters and he struck out three.

Athletic Banquet

Athletic Banquet and Awards Ceremony

Softball Splits Double Header with Garden City

19 March 2014

On March 17, the Pratt Community College Beavers took on Garden City Community College in a double header.

In the first game, Garden City CC grabbed the early lead, 1-0, in the top of the third. A single by Nelson, bringing home Cerrato started the inning off.

Softball and N.O.Tonkawa Trade Wins

28 February 2014

The Beavers get first win of early season thanks to late double, playing Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa at Pratt with a final score of 8-3.

The Beavers and N.O. Tonkawa traded the lead four times on Feb. 27, but Pratt ended up on top in seven innings. The Beavers finally managed to grab the lead after a strong fifth inning. The Beavers went up for good on a three-run double by Summer Snyder scoring Cassie Kelly, Peyton Jones and Stephanie Seewer.

Kelly racked up four RBIs on two hits for the Beavers. She doubled in the fifth inning and homered in the sixth inning.

Men's and Women's Basketball Defeats Colby

24 February 2014

Your women’s and men's basketball teams both took the victory over Colby Community College on Feb. 22.

"I thought we approached the evening with little intensity and our defense was very poor," said Head Women's Coach Stephanie Thompson.

The women led at half-time 31-28 and started the second half playing a little better to hold on for a 61-52 win. The Beavers were led by Tatiana Grant with 15 points in just 20 minutes due to a past injury. Elle Stein had 13 points and Sherry Calhoun pulled down 8 rebounds.


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