Pronghorn Sports
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The Gillette College Pronghorn women (9-10) can not find a way to stay ahead in games. They had an early lead, but fell to Sheridan College, 69-47 on Tuesday night.
The Pronghorn women finished the weekend at 9-9 after losing to Western Wyoming Community College 61-56 on Friday and 78-59 to Casper College on Saturday. The Pronghorn men (16-4) picked up two needed wins against Region IX opponents.
The Gillette College mens and womens basketball teams went winless over the weeknd, losing to Central Wyoming College on Friday and Northwest College on Saturday.
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The Gillette College Pronghorn basketball teams will start the 2015 portion of this season on the road Friday against Central Wyoming College in Riverton, Wyoming. On Saturday, they will travel to Powell, to play Northwest College. The P
Twin Falls, Idaho-- The No.9 Gillette College Pronghorn men won their first of three tests on the road in Twin Falls, Idaho on Thursday. They defeated Mount Hood Community College, 93-79.

The Pronghorns' depth was a factor in the game. Eight players scored, with four sinking at least 14 points. Mt. Hood was led by Oleg Marandyuk with 30 points and Jamal Muhammad with 23 points. Other than
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The Gillette College mens and womens basketball teams won all of their games over the Thanksgiving weekend. Both teams will wrap up the 2014 half of the season on the road for the next two weeks. 

GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The Pronghorn women (4-4) had a rough weekend at the South Campus. They fell to Snow College on Friday, 70-53, and lost to Salt Lake Community College, 71-45, Saturday afternoon. The men came from behind to down Williston St., 96-93, on Friday and the Great Falls University JV team, 107-47 Saturday afternoon. The mens games were played at Miles Community College in Miles City,
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The Pronghorn women (4-2) won 76-72 in overtime to the Williston St. Tetons Saturday night. The men's game was just as exciting, with a 90-85 come-from-behind win for No. 9 Gillette College (6-1).
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The Pronghorn women (3-2) had a lead in the first half against No. 16 Western Nebraska Community College, but the Cougars were too much in the 77-55 loss. The No. 9 Pronghorn men (5-1) gave there fans a show against the Lamar Community College JV team. It was a 113-43 final in the men's game.

In the women's game, Gillette College was up 14-7 early in the first half.
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The Gillette College Pronghorn basketball teams started a 3-game Thursday night.
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- Head Coach Shawn Neary made it clear by saying, "I don't want people to get used to us sending three early," but it sure was a big day on Wednesday for Gillette College. Renard Suggs, Quinton Everett, and Lorenzo Bonam all officially sign their national letters of intent to four-year programs for next season.
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The No. 9 Pronghorn men (2-0) had more of a challenge Saturday night against the Colorado Kings, but ultimately defeated teh all-star team, 102-78.
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The 2014 season for the Pronghorn basketball teams started Friday night at the South Campus. The women (0-1) had a rough start, falling to Northeastern Junior College (NJC, 1-0), 83-68. The Pronghorn men (1-0) had no trouble against the University of Montana-Western JV squad. The final for the men's game was 133-78.

The first rankings for the 2014-15 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) basketball season is out. The Gillette College men's team will start out where it left off.

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.

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
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