The Fresno State equestrian Western team qualified for the NCEA National Championships in Waco, Texas from April 18-20, 2013.
Fresno State's Macy Wilson earned NCEA All-American honors for the 2012-13 season.
The NCEA announced the Academic Award winners for the 2012 spring and fall semesters.
The Fresno State equestrian team defeated New Mexico State 9-7, Saturday afternoon.
The Fresno State equestrian team tied the University of Tennessee Martin 8-8, Friday afternoon.
Last updated: May 24, 2013
Fresno State: (2012-13) Competed in all 12 Equitation on the Flat events ... earned nine wins and picked up two Most Outstanding Player honors against Auburn with a 75 and New Mexico State with a 72 ... recorded a season high score of 84 against SMU ... maintained a season-average score of 78 ... competed in three Equitation over Fences event ... earned one with against Texas A&M with a score of 82 ... was named an NCEA Honorable Mention All-American for the 2012-13 season ... earned her second varsity letter ... received the Fresno State equestrian 2012-13 MVP Award for Flat ... was named the Hunt Seat Competition committee member for the 2013-14 season.
2011-12 (Freshman): Recorded a stand-out freshman year as a Bulldog ... named the first NCEA All-American for Fresno State ... competed in seven Equitation on the Flat events ... earned six wins and picked up 3 MVP honors ... recorded a season-high score of (86) against New Mexico State ... maintained a season-average score of 79 ... competed at the NCEA National Championships ... was the only Bulldog to earn her point on the Flat scoring a team-high score 153 ... earned her first varsity letter ... voted "Most Improved" by her teammates.
Pleasant Valley HS: A National Equitation Medal Finalist in 2006 and 2007 ... earned her HB in Pony Club.
Personal: Born August 23, 1993 in Chico, Calif. ... parents are Susie and James Wilson ... hobbies include cooking and photography ... trains with Tina Cornish and Dan Gunter ... most admires Buck Brannaman ... chose to attend Fresno State because of the amazing equestrian program and because it was a good fit.