SDSU rider named NCEA All-American
WACO, Texas – The National Collegiate Equestrian Association announced its 2013-14 All-America class on Tuesday, and South Dakota State sophomore Raivenne Scott earned a first team selection in reining.
“I’m extremely excited for Raivenne, she put together a great season,” head coach Megan Rossiter said. “As a freshman she had all the skill, but just needed a little more confidence, and this season she stepped in the ring ready to win at ever meet.”
A Cornelius, Ore., native, Scott enters this weekend’s Independent Championship with an 8-0-1 record in reining, with one MOP on Sept. 28, at Baylor, when she carded a season-high score of 76.
Scott becomes the sixth Jackrabbit to earn All-American honors, the fifth in reining.
Previous Jackrabbit Equestrian All-Americans:
Angela Gebhart – 2011 Varsity Equestrian All-American (Reining)
Helen Lauth – 2012 NCEA All-American Honorable Mention (Reining)
Laura Dunlavy – 2013 NCEA All-American (Reining)
Jessie Miller – 2013 NCEA All-American Honorable Mention (Reining)
Lauren Kerr – 2013 NCEA All-American Honorable Mention (Equitation on the Flat)
The Jackrabbits return to action on Friday, when they host Delaware State, Fresno State and UT-Martin in the Independent Championship at the DeHaan Equestrian Center in Brookings. The Jacks take on the top-seeded Bulldogs in the opening round of the bracketed event, with the Skyhawks and Hornets meeting on the other side of the bracket. F
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