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Montana State’s women capture first spring rodeos

Bill Brewster

Photo by Bill BrewsterUniversity of Montana Western men captured the team roping title during the first spring Montana State University rodeo on April 10 in Bozeman. From left, they are Chad Goings, buckle sponsor Ed Brainard, Brett Heggie, and buckle sponsor Joe Petersen of Three Forks Saddlery.

The women’s rodeo team from Montana State University continued their winning ways at the first Big Sky Region collegiate spring rodeos of the season in Bozeman at the Brick Breedon Fieldhouse.

During the first National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association event on April 8 to April 10, the women corralled 365 points to top Montana State University Northern with 185 points.

During the second rodeo on April 11, the team picked up 632.50 points to edge the University of Montana Western women who collected 516 points.

After the six fall rodeos and the first spring rodeos at MSU, the women have 3,170.50 points. The University of Montana Western women are in second place with 2,515 and Northwest College is third with 1,616.

Montana State’s Robbi Lynn Nace, a sophomore from Roundup, MT, holds the women’s all-around regional lead with 1,327 points. She is followed by Bailee Jo Thompson from the University of Montana Western, with 1,107 points.

In the men’s standings, the University of Montana Western won first in the team standings for the April 8-10 rodeo with 620 points.

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Dawson Community College of Glendive captured first during the April 11 one-day rodeo with 743.50 points.

The University of Montana Western men lead in the region after seven rodeos with 3,959 points. Montana State University follows with 3,397 and the University of Montana is in third with 3,022.

As predicted by region coaches, the depth among the teams is leading to tight competition throughout the spring rodeos.

The women’s rodeo team from Montana State University continued their winning ways at the first Big Sky Region collegiate spring rodeos of the season in Bozeman at the Brick Breedon Fieldhouse.

During the first National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association event on April 8 to April 10, the women corralled 365 points to top Montana State University Northern with 185 points.

During the second rodeo on April 11, the team picked up 632.50 points to edge the University of Montana Western women who collected 516 points.

After the six fall rodeos and the first spring rodeos at MSU, the women have 3,170.50 points. The University of Montana Western women are in second place with 2,515 and Northwest College is third with 1,616.

Montana State’s Robbi Lynn Nace, a sophomore from Roundup, MT, holds the women’s all-around regional lead with 1,327 points. She is followed by Bailee Jo Thompson from the University of Montana Western, with 1,107 points.

In the men’s standings, the University of Montana Western won first in the team standings for the April 8-10 rodeo with 620 points.

Dawson Community College of Glendive captured first during the April 11 one-day rodeo with 743.50 points.

The University of Montana Western men lead in the region after seven rodeos with 3,959 points. Montana State University follows with 3,397 and the University of Montana is in third with 3,022.

As predicted by region coaches, the depth among the teams is leading to tight competition throughout the spring rodeos.

The women’s rodeo team from Montana State University continued their winning ways at the first Big Sky Region collegiate spring rodeos of the season in Bozeman at the Brick Breedon Fieldhouse.

During the first National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association event on April 8 to April 10, the women corralled 365 points to top Montana State University Northern with 185 points.

During the second rodeo on April 11, the team picked up 632.50 points to edge the University of Montana Western women who collected 516 points.

After the six fall rodeos and the first spring rodeos at MSU, the women have 3,170.50 points. The University of Montana Western women are in second place with 2,515 and Northwest College is third with 1,616.

Montana State’s Robbi Lynn Nace, a sophomore from Roundup, MT, holds the women’s all-around regional lead with 1,327 points. She is followed by Bailee Jo Thompson from the University of Montana Western, with 1,107 points.

In the men’s standings, the University of Montana Western won first in the team standings for the April 8-10 rodeo with 620 points.

Dawson Community College of Glendive captured first during the April 11 one-day rodeo with 743.50 points.

The University of Montana Western men lead in the region after seven rodeos with 3,959 points. Montana State University follows with 3,397 and the University of Montana is in third with 3,022.

As predicted by region coaches, the depth among the teams is leading to tight competition throughout the spring rodeos.

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