Pronghorn Sports
11/18/16 05:43 AM
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The revamped Gillette College Pronghorns (5-0) had no difficulties taking down the Little Big Horn College Rams for the second time this season. The final was 110-66 in first home game of the year for Gillette College.

04/13/16 06:21 PM
GILLETTE, Wyo.--Kavell Bigby-Williams had a memorable Wednesday for a couple reasons. He officially signed his letter of intent to play for the University of Oregon in the late morning and by the afternoon he was named the NJCAA D-I Spalding Player of the Year.

Bigby-Williams finished the year with 16.8 points, 13.6 rebounds, and 5.6 blocks a game. He led the NJCAA D-I with total rebounds.
04/08/16 10:59 AM
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- Freshman Mary Goulding has been named a member of the 2015-16 NJCAA D-I All-American third team squad.

04/07/16 07:36 PM
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- Sophomore Kavell Bigby-Williams averaged 16.8 points a game. He also led the NJCAA Division-I with 367 rebounds, 491 total rebounds and 211 blocks on the season. 
03/19/16 09:59 PM
Hutchinson, Kansas-- On several occasions this year, the Gillette College Pronghorn Men's basketball team (35-2) came from behind to win a game. Such was the case Saturday night against Ranger College (31-7) in the third-place game at the National Tournament. Gillette College came from behind to win, 74-72.

The Rangers of Ranger College were able to make shots at the right time
03/18/16 11:00 PM
Hutchinson, Kansas-- The Gillette College Pronghorn men (34-2) had a 
plan to keep the Bruins of Salt Lake Community College (30-8) out of the 
painted area. Unfortunately, that plan failed, as well as the 
Pronghorns' quest to the national championship game. Gillette College 
lost to the Bruins, 83-47.

The Pronghorns only made 24.5 percent of their shots from the
03/17/16 04:52 PM
Hutchinson, Kansas-- The #8 Gillette College Pronghorn men (34-1) overcame the challenge.  They upset #1 Trinity Valley Community College (TX) 87-83 in a quarterfinal game at the Hutchinson Sports Arena.
Two late free throws by Deishaun Booker with 2.7 seconds remaining in the game sealed the victory for Gillette College, as they advance to the Final Four of
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