Bob Pritchard was a 1971 graduate of Bartlesville College High School. He was a 3-year starter for the College High basketball team. He led his teams to three state tournament berths while playing for coaches Cecil Epperly and Ken Bruno. His Wildcats played for the state championship in 1969 and reached the semi-finals his senior year. That season Bob averaged 18 points and nine rebounds per game. He was named to the Oklahoma All-State team, the Faith 7 Team, and was nominated for the Jim Thorpe Award.
After high school Bob earned a scholarship to play basketball at the University of Oklahoma, where he played for former Phoenix Suns coach John MacLeod. In Bob’s four years at OU he twice led the team in field goal percentage, and he is still ranked 8th all-time at OU in field goal percentage at 52.9%. In his senior year Bob was selected to be co-captain of the team, an honor he shared with teammate Mike McCurdy.
In 1975 Bob was the recipient of an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship. He attended the University of Tulsa where he earned his MBA. Bob and his wife Leslie currently live in Tulsa where they own and operate The Corser Group, where they provide promotional products and embroidered wearables for a variety of businesses and organizations. Bob and Leslie have one son, Marshall, who is attending Trinity University in San Antonio, TX.