Lexi Schamberger has signed to continue her academic and athletic career at the University of Saint Mary when her career at Pratt Community College comes to an end. A dual sport athlete, Schamberger will be playing volleyball for the spires next fall.
Pratt Community College volleyball celebrated Sophomore Night with a match against Butler Community College. The Beavers and Butler locked in a battle through sets two and three with neither team taking or giving up the lead for very long. In the end, it was Butler who came away with the win. PCC loses a highly contested match to Butler 1-3.
Pratt Community College concluded the last road match of the season against Colby Community College. The Beavers fought hard in all three sets, yet Colby manged to just hang on to get the wins. PCC falls to Colby 0-3 (15-25; 21-25; 23-25).
Pratt Community College volleyball hit the road to start their last home stretch of the season. The first stop was a match against Hutchinson CC. A high attacking offense by Hutchinson overcame the Blue and White defense. PCC falls to Hutchinson 0-3.
Pratt Community College volleyball and Dodge City Community College volleyball combined their efforts for an equipment drive to benefit Samaritan’s Feet. The teams collected packages of socks, pairs of shoes, and various other volleyball equipment and athletic apparel.
Pratt Community College volleyball returned to the Dennis Lesh Sports Arena for a match against Dodge City Community College on Oct. 18. The Beavers could not counter the quick hitting offense of Dodge City. PCC loses to Dodge City 0-3 in sets.
The Pratt Community College volleyball team ended their four game home stand with a Black Out game against Hutchinson Community College. The Blue and White battled, but a relentless offense by Hutchinson gave them the edge in this matchup. PCC falls to Hutchinson 0-3 (20-25; 19-25; 10-25).
The Pratt Community College volleyball team continued their four game home stand by hosting Garden City Community College on Sept. 18. Both teams battled in a five set thriller. In the end Garden City escapes the Beaver Dome with the win. PCC falls 2-3 (25-21; 18-25; 25-23; 19-25; 8-15) in sets.
The Pratt Community College volleyball team kicked off their longest home stretch of the season with a game against Colby Community College on Sept. 13. The Beavers battled hard in the first set, but Colby found their rhythm in sets two and three. Pratt falls to Colby in straight sets 0-3 (23-25; 10-25; 9-15).
The Pratt Community College volleyball team used the rowdy crowd in the Dennis Lesh Sports Arena and scoring streaks in key moments against Barton Community College. The Beavers defended the Dome with a three set sweep of Barton 25-22, 26-24, and 25-21.
The Pratt Community College volleyball team traveled to Coffeyville, Kansas to compete in the Coffeyville Community College Tournament. The two day, four match tournament saw the Beavers face tough opponents through the whole tournament. On the first day, the Blue and White faced Fort Scott, who is ranked #17 in NJCAA DII, followed by #6 Coffeyville. Saturday’s competition was against Allen County and MCC-Longview.
The 2017 Pratt Community College volleyball games against Garden City Community College have switched locations. Due to gym construction at Garden City, the match on September 18 will now be played at the Dennis Lesh Sports Arena in Pratt, KS. Later in the season, the match on October 11 will be played at the newly renovated Dennis Perryman Athletic Complex in Garden City, KS.
The Pratt Community College volleyball team returned from the Quiznos Classic for the 2017 home opener and to begin KJCCC West Division play against Cloud County Community College in the Dennis Lesh Sports Arena. In a hard fought match between the Beavers and the T-Birds, the Blue and White used the energy from the home crowd and several runs over the course of the match to get their first win of the 2017 season. PCC defended the Dome with a 3-0 (25-22; 25-19; 25-18) sweep of Cloud CC.
The Pratt Community College volleyball team started the 2017 season on the road in the Quiznos Classic. Hosted by Lamar Community College, the Quiznos Classic saw the Blue and White compete in four games in two days.
Pratt Community College volleyball looks to be a scrappy and athletic team going into the 2017 season. With head coach Jenny Mueller’s first recruiting class joining the squad, the team has a solid mix of sophomore leadership with incoming freshmen talent. The 2017 team is a competitive group anxious to end camp and begin competition.