• BASEBALL loses to Garden City, 18-7 and 11-8 (Feb. 26)
  • WBB loss to Colby 71-69 (Feb. 25)
  • Men's track places 14th in region (Feb. 22)
  • Women's track places 10th in region (Feb. 22)
  • 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.

Men's Basketball Wins 74-73 vs Colby

27 February 2015

PRATT 74 (18-12, 9-7 4th)
COLBY 73 OT

The Pratt Community College men's basketball team made the trip to Colby Wednesday evening to take on the Colby Trojans. It was sophomore night for the Trojans as they celebrated the careers of their men's and women's team before the opening tip.

Defense was the theme of the evening for the Beavers as they held the Trojans to 34 percent shooting in the first half. The Trojans would find it hard getting off shots and took some questionable three point field goals going 0-11 in the first half.

Baseball Drops Two to Garden City

27 February 2015

The Pratt Community College baseball team traveled to Hays High School—due to the weather of previous days—to host Garden City Community College.  Facing conditions of a high school field—320 feet to right and left field fence—and winds up to 30 mph the Beavers would have their work cut out for them.
 
Game 1: Garden City 18   Beavers 7  Loss (Record: 1-7)

Women's Basketball Defeated by Colby 71-69

26 February 2015

Last night the Pratt Community College women's basketball team traveled to Colby. The Beavers couldn't get much going saw themselves down seven at the break. Colby stretched the lead to as many as 14 before the Beavers came storming back.

Pratt tied the game with three minutes remaining and eventually took a two point lead with seconds remaining. Colby had the last shot in regulation and the Beavers gave up three offensive rebounds in the same possession for Colby to hit a game tying bucket.

2015 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

25 February 2015

This April, Pratt Community College will induct ten into the PCC Athletic Hall of Fame. The 2015 inductees are

Baseball Wins One, Drops Two in Seminole

25 February 2015

Last weekend the Pratt Community College baseball team traveled to Seminole, Okla. to face the historically tough Seminole State Community College. Going into the weekend, the Beavers were looking to bounce back after a tough weekend down in Northeast Texas.

The Beavers headed into the weekend with the game plan of relying on their strong pitching and timely offense. Head Coach Eric Thompson handed the ball to sophomore right handed pitcher Evan Payne. Payne went seven innings allowing no hits, striking out five and walking seven.

PCC Hosts Academic Olympics and Car Show

25 February 2015

On Feb 23, 650 students attended Pratt Community College’s annual Academic Olympics. The students came from high schools around the state and competed in various scholastic, technical and artistic categories.

Pratt Track Improves Within Region

23 February 2015

The Pratt Community College women’s track team placed 10th place in the region and the men placed 14th at the region championships in Manhattan last weekend.

"While that may not seem very exciting, these are signs of improvement," said Head Coach Dan Adler.

From 2005-2014, the women’s team scored a total of three points. The women fared much better on Sunday, tallying 19 points led by a pair of third place relay finishes in the 4x800 and distance medley relays. Both relays included Elisabeth Richins, Krystal Rivera, Divina Flores and Grasiela Navarro.

Men's Basketball Wins vs Barton 81-63

23 February 2015

Sophomore night at Pratt Community College was a night of reflection and hopefully a sign of what is to come for the Beavers. The Beavers took on the number 21 ranked Barton County Cougars in the second installment of their season series.

In the first half, the Cougars shot a season low of eight percent from three point land (1-12) and the Beavers, though better, shot one of their season lows with 26 percent from behind the arc.

Women's Basketball Wins vs Barton 65-59

23 February 2015

Saturday night the Pratt Community College women's basketball team took on Barton.

The girls were down eight at the half due to a late half run by Barton. To start the second half the girls cut the deficit to four or five before Barton responded with another run of their own. With Nina Spence in foul trouble most of the night, the women relied heavily on several freshmen to step up and take on a bigger role. They responded.

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