Pratt Community College track and field team finished the 2018 outdoor season with the 2018 NJCAA outdoor track and field national meet. Nine runners competed for the Beavers over the course of the three day meet.
Pratt Community College track and field took the short trip to Hutchinson, Kan. to compete in the 2018 Region VI outdoor track and field championships. The two day event from Gowans Stadium saw several Beaver runners place in their events and qualify for the NJCAA outdoor track and field national meet.
Pratt Community College track and field traveled to Shawnee, Oklahoma to compete in the Oklahoma Baptist Open. The Beavers were one of the few NJCAA schools at the open and competed well against runners from the NCAA division II level through NAIA ranks.
Pratt Community College track and field began the outdoor season in El Dorado, Kan. at the Butch Reynolds Invitational. The Beavers looked to build on the successes of the indoor season and set the standard to build upon for the rest of the outdoor season.
Pratt Community College track and field ended the indoor portion of the season by competing at the NJCAA national championship meet. The Beavers competed in nine events over the two day event in Lubbock, Tex.
It was a record meet for the Pratt Community College indoor track and field team at the Pittsburg State University Gorilla Open. The two day event saw the Beavers break several school records as athletes competed and qualified for nationals.
The Pratt Community College athletics fans got their first look at the 2017-18 winter sports teams at Late Night in the Lesh following the PCC vs Dodge City CC volleyball match. It was a night of festivities to kick off the 2017-18 winter sports season.
Pratt Community College Director of Athletics Bill Wilson announced the hiring of Jamaal Barnes as the new head track and field and assistant cross country coach of the Beavers. Barnes brings quality experience to the Blue and White.