The Fresno State equestrian team had a wonderful day to celebrate its season accomplishments, its seniors and the unveiling of the new scoreboard.
The Fresno State equestrian team hosted its final home competition of the 2011-12 season Saturday with a Red and Blue team scrimmage.
The Fresno State equestrian team kicked off the 2012 season with a Red vs. Blue team scrimmage at the Student Horse Center where sophomore Hillary West earned two MVP honors.
The Fresno State Equestrian team wrapped up its 2011-12 fall season with a home win against Stanford.
Last updated: Sept. 18, 2013
2012-13 (Junior): Competed in one Horsemanship event ... scored a 67 against South Dakota State.
2011-12 (Sophomore): Competed two events this season ... scored a 73.5 in Horsemanship against South Carolina ... score a 71 in Reining against South Carolina.
2010-2011 (Freshman): Competed in eight Reining matches and won her first MVP honor against No. 1 Texas A&M.
High School: Qualified for the 2009 and 2010 AQHYA World Show ... multiple AQHYA all arounds and multiple PCQHYA circuit awards.
Personal: Born October 10, 1991 in Bellevue, WA ... parents are Vonda and Dan Kittle ... hobbies include photography, writing, designing her show clothes and church ... her favorite athlete is her horse, Linus because he always has her back and carries her through everything ... biggest athletic thrill was qualifying for the 2010 AQHYA World Show ... most admires her parents and her trainer, Rick Kelley, because they always support and encourage her ... chose to attend Fresno State because it is close to home and has a great reputation.