|High School:||Clover Park|
RS-SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 13 games, starting the final three…recorded 55 tackles, fifth-most on team…made four tackles-for-loss…broke up three passes…had one tackle-for-loss at Auburn…made seven tackles in win over Southern Utah…recorded six tackles including one for loss in win over Idaho…made four tackles against No. 5 Stanford in Seattle…had three tackles, all solo and a pass break up in win at California…made two tackles and broke up a pass against Oregon State…had four tackles at No. 2 Oregon…recorded three tackles against No. 25 Arizona State…made six tackles, five solo in win at Arizona…made first career start, tallied three tackles, assisted on a tackle for loss and broke up a pass in win over Utah…started, made career-high eight tackles at Washington…started, matched career-high with eight tackles including 1.5 for loss against Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl.
RS-FRESHMAN (2012):Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games...posted eight tackles, five solo...recorded one tackle-for-loss and forced one fumble...recorded one pass breakup...appeared mainly on special teams...made one tackle in win at UNLV...posted two tackles at Utah...recorded two solo tackles against No. 17 UCLA...made two tackles, one for loss, and forced a fumble at Arizona State...made one tackle and broke up one pass in Apple Cup victory over Washington.
FRESHMAN (2011): Redshirt season...named WSU's Scout Team Defensive Player of the Year...earned a team-best five Cougars Scout Team Defensive Player of the Week honors.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Two-sport athlete...played basketball at 2A high school...played football as a starting outside linebacker, quarterback, and punter under head coach Jon Randall...was the starting QB all four years on the varsity team...SOPHOMORE year received an all-league honorable mention pick...JUNIOR year named first-team all-league on defense...passed for approximately 1,500 yards and rushed for another 700...SENIORyear selected to participate in 2010 U.S. Army National Combine...named South Puget Sound League Most Valuable Player and led the league in total yardage...named All-SPSL 2A punter and state's top punter after averaging 47.1 yards per punt...also named to the Tacoma News Tribune's All-State football team as a punter.
Ionatana Pritchard...parents David and Kelli...father played on WSU's 1981 Holiday Bowl team...uncle is legendary WSU QB Jack Thompson...brother, Tavita, is former Stanford QB.