Pronghorn Sports
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The Gillette College Pronghorns basketball teams are about to start their sixth season. A quarter of the men's team already knows where they will be playing after their Gillette College experience. Renard Suggs, a 6'3 guard from Woodbury, Minnesota, is the latest player to make a verbal commitment.

 
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- Only a few fans of the Gillette College Pronghorn men's team have heard of Quinton Everett. However, he has already verbally committed to play for the Montana State Bobcats for the 2015-16 season.

 
Practice starts today for the Gillette College men's and women's basketball teams and one Pronghorn has already given a verbal commitment to a D-I university for next year, Lorenzo Bonam, a 6'4 sophomore guard from Inkster, Michigan, has verbally committed to play for Southern Miss in the 2015-16 season.

 
Head Coach Will Rider of the Gillette College women's basketball team has found his new assistant coach to replace Steve Fettkether- Matt Strickland.

If you think you recognize that name, your brain isn't playing games with you. Strickland played for the Pronghorns during the 2010-12 seasons before transferring to Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Mont. to finish his college career.
The Gillette College Womens' Rodeo team finished in fifth place, overall, at the College National Finals Rodeo at the Casper Events Center, the Pronghorn mens' team placed 18th.

The Pronghorns' Devan Reilly finished 6th in the bareback riding.

Taylor Engesser placed first, among all competitors, in the Barrel Racing. Kristi Steffes was 14th. Tally Roepke took 38th.

Coralee
Dwight Anderson and Steven Daho-Mondzo played together for one season as Gillette College Pronghorns. Now, they will face off against each other with rival schools in the same conference.

Anderson, a 6'2 guard from Minneapolis, Minn., has signed to play for Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia. Daho-Mondzo, a 6'7 forward from Montreal, will play for the
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The signing spree continues for Head Coach Will Rider of the Gillette College Pronghorn Women's basketball team. In the latest round of signees, Rider has brought on Beth Sutter from Miles City, Mont. and Nakedra Burke of El Paso, Texas.

The head man for the women's team also spoke about Ingeborg Gjengsto, a player that signed out of Norway.

Beth Sutter is 5'10
GILLETTE, Wyo.--It has been a busy week for Head Coach Will Rider of the Gillette College Pronghorns women's basketball team. He has signed four recruits within a 72-hour period.

Bailea and Ashlea Kerr, twins from Chadron High School (Neb.), Shawnea Harrington from Powell, Wyo. and Ingeborg Gjengsto from Bergen, Norway have all signed their national letters of intent to play for Gillette
GILLETTE, Wyo.--McCorra Ford, a former Campbell County High School Lady Camel and Gillette College Pronghorn basketball player, has signed her national letter of intent to transfer to Cochise College in Douglas, Arizona.

"I think Cochise is going to be a better overall fit for me. The Gillette program just didn't suit me, as well as I originally thought it would," Ford
GILLETTE, Wyo.--On Wednesday, outgoing Gillette College Pronghorn Muhammed Ahmed officially signed to play for the University of North Texas next season. He will have two years of eligibility with the team.
The University of North Texas is a Division I program in Denton and a member school of Conference USA. Ahmed will be the third Pronghorn in the team's five year history to transfer to a
GILLETTE, Wyo.--The Pronghorn women (6-21, 3-11) fell to Western Wyoming Community College (11-3, 22-6), 67-64 at the South Campus on Saturday. The Pronghorn men (24-3, 13-1) took care of the Mustangs of Western Wyoming (12-15, 6-8), 87-79.
 
The Pronghorn women lacked depth, as well as experience in Saturday's game. Gillette College had two sophomores, Chelsie Pitt and Kiela Garner,
GILLETTE, Wyo.--The Pronghorn women (6-21, 3-11) fell to Western Wyoming Community College (11-3, 22-6), 67-64 at the South Campus on Saturday. The Pronghorn men (24-3, 13-1) took care of the Mustangs of Western Wyoming (12-15, 6-8), 87-79.

The Pronghorn women lacked depth, as well as experience in Saturday's game. Gillette College had two sophomores, Chelsie Pitt and Kiela Garner, out of
By Vic Wright
The Pronghorn women (6-20, 3-10) had a tough night against the Dawson Community College Lady Bucs. Gillette College lost 81-49 in Glendive, Mont. The (14) Pronghorn men (23-3) took care of Dawson Community College, 96-80, to go to 12-1 in Region IX play.
 
Both Pronghorn teams will play Western Wyoming Community College at the South Campus on Saturday afternoon. The women
The Pronghorn women (6-20, 3-10) had a tough night against the Dawson Community College Lady Bucs. Gillette College lost 81-49 in Glendive, Mont. The (14) Pronghorn men (23-3) took care of Dawson Community College, 96-80, to go to 12-1 in Region IX play.

Both Pronghorn teams will play Western Wyoming Community College at the South Campus on Saturday afternoon. The women play at 3pm and the men
GILLETTE, Wyo.--The (19) Gillette College Pronghorns (22-3, 11-1) came into Saturday's game against Central Wyoming College (12-13, 6-7) with 99 wins in the school's five-year history. It wasn't easy, but the Pronghorns got their 100th victory with an 87-75 final.

The first half started out rough for Gillette College, with Central Wyoming holding a 10-point lead a couple of times
GILLETTE, Wyo.--The Gillette College Pronghorn women (6-19, 3-9) never allowed Central Wyoming College (11-13, 5-7) to take the lead in Saturday afternoon's 76-62 win at the South Campus.

Central Wyoming was able to tie the game once at seven and kept it close through most of the game, but Gillette College just made a couple more shots from the field to stay in front.

Despite turning
GILLETTE, Wyo.--The Gillette College Pronghorn women have had to forfeit 10 of their wins this season due to a player not carrying a full-time status as a student in the 2013 fall semester.

Head Coach Will Rider would not say which player didn't maintain full-time status. In order to be considered a full-time student, you must have at least a 12-credit course load each semester.

Rider
SHERIDAN, Wyo.--The Gillette College Pronghorn basketball teams were on the road in Sheridan on Saturday.

The Pronghorn women got a much-needed road win against the Sheridan College General women. The final was 82-76.

The Pronghorn men had their 19-game win streak come to an end against Sheridan College, 87-85.

When it comes to standins, the win for the women sets up a three-way tie for
GILLETTE, Wyo.--The Pronghorn basketball teams had double-digit leads in their games against the Northwest College Trapper teams on Wednesday night at the South Campus. The Pronghorn women (14-8, 6-3) ended with a 72-52 victory. The (#14) Pronghorn men (20-2, 9-0) finished off the Trappers with a 79-61 final.

In the women's game, Gillette College had a couple scares injury-wise, but had a
CASPER, Wyo.--It was the Lorenzo Bonham Show in the last minutes of the game to give Gillette College (19-2, 8-0) an 83-80 win at the Swede against Casper College (13-8, 6-2). Head Coach Shawn Neary of Gillette College also won his 300th win in his coaching career.

It was tied at 78 with a couple minutes left to go in the game. Bonham, who finished with 28 points, broke the tie by making one
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