• Women's Soccer lose to Butler 5-0 (Sept. 27)
  • Volleyball team loses 2-5 against Hutch (Sept. 21)
  • MEN'S SOCCER win 3-1 against KCK(Sept. 19)
  • MEN'S XC: Top ten finish (Sept. 19)
  • WOMEN'S XC: Take 9th in Missouri Southern Stampede (Sept. 19)

Women's soccer falls to Hutch 8-0

03 September 2015

The Lady Beavers took on Nationally ranked Hutchinson Blue Dragons last night. Although only starting the game with 11 fit players, as Rachel Himyak broke down in the warm up, Pratt gave a great effort. Unfortunately Deby Chamale suffered a knee injury just after half time and Alyssa Kimber came off suffering from the flu,

"It was a massive task to take on Hutchinson with only nine against their 11 but I was really proud all my girls," said Head Coach Kevin Kewley. "They never gave up, and showed great character."

Women's soccer falls to Garden 2-0

31 August 2015

The soccer season started on Aug. 29 with the Beavers hosting Garden City in the opening conference game.

On a hot steamy day, the Lady Beavers were unlucky not take an early lead, with sophomores Ashley Contreras and Rachel Himyak both having good shots saved by the Garden City goalkeeper. Both sides battled in the hot conditions, and at half time it was 0-0 .

Men's soccer takes 6-5 victory over Garden City

31 August 2015

The soccer season started on Aug. 29 with the Beavers hosting Garden City in the opening conference game.

The game was an exciting from first whistle, with both sides going close in the early stages. However with some after defensive errors, Garden City took a 3-0 lead.

Freshman Simon Christidis from Australia scored on a free kick from 25 yards out to make it 3-1. The half ended 3-1 to Garden City.

Men's and Women's Soccer Compete in Spring Friendlies

14 April 2015

The Pratt Community College men’s and women’s soccer teams were both in action over the weekend.

The Beaver men played a spring friendly match against Friends University. Declan Fitzpatrick scored the lone goal for the Beavers off of a Matt Price long throw in. The Falcons answered the goal to make the score 1-1, and the game finished in a tie as neither team could come up with a winner.

"It was an impressive display by the men as they were in control for most of the game," said Assistant Coach Mike Daniels.

Pratt Soccer Teams Coach Local Kids

25 March 2015

The Pratt Community College men's and women's soccer teams have spent their spring semester using their talents to give back to local youth. 

Earlier this month, six players and two coaches traveled to Argonia, Kan. to put on a free youth soccer clinic. Approximately 50 kids were in attendance, and the clinic was deemed a huge success. Assistant Soccer Coach Mike Daniels noted that it was encouraging for rural towns to have such a showing of support for the sport.

Pratt Soccer Players Sign with McPherson

10 February 2015

On Feb. 10, Pratt Community College soccer players David Nobo, Greg Roller, and Sam Nobo signed letters of intent to continue their education and soccer careers at McPherson College. 

All three were all KJCAA conference selections this fall, helping the beavers make the conference postseason tourney. 

“These three were all great players here at Pratt," said PCC Head Coach Kevin Kewley. "They have left big shoes to fill, and we hope them all the best going forward.”

Men's Soccer Players Named All Region

09 December 2014

Two Pratt Community College men’s soccer players were recently honored. Midfielders Greg Roller and Declan Fitzpatrick were named to the All-Region Second Team.

Players are selected and voted on by the Coaches.

"Declan and Greg fully deserved to be named to the All Region Second team," said Head Coach Kevin Kewley. "Both players are leaders on and off the field. Declan is just a freshman, so I look for him to be a vital part of the 2015 Beaver soccer team. Greg has had two great years here at Pratt, and is looking to play at the next level in 2015."

Soccer Receives All-Conference Honors

04 November 2014

Eight Pratt Community College soccer players were recognized with All-Conference honors this week from the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) in the All-Conference teams.

On the men’s side, the Beavers placed five guys on the Second Team: defenders Sam Nobo and David Nobo, midfielders Declan Fitzpatrick and Greg Roller, and forward James Gragson. Jose Vaquera was named Honorable Mention.

On the ladies' side, defender Wynter Keetso was named to the Second Team and Ashley Contreras was named Honorable Mention .

Men's Soccer Defeated by Cloud in Playoffs

31 October 2014

On Oct. 30, the Pratt Community College men’s soccer team traveled to Cloud County Community College to face off in the first round of Region VI playoffs against the T-Birds.

The Beavers jumped to an early lead midway through the first half when James Gragson chipped over the opposing goal keeper on an assist from goalie Luis Fernandez. The T-Birds equalized on a penalty kick and at the half time break the score was 1-1.

Men Defeat Hesston, Women Tie

27 October 2014

On Saturday, the Pratt Community College women's soccer team finished off the season against Hesston College with a 1-1 tie.

"The ladies kept up the their fine play of late, and could have easily taken the lead on several occasions," said Head Coach Kevin Kewley. "Hesston took the lead in the second half, but once again the Beavers showed a fighting spirit, and tied the game up with just minutes to play on a great 30-yard shot from Jacklyn Finley."

In overtime, neither team scored and the game finished 1-1 .


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