Dogs Host No. 5 Oklahoma State
Fresno State will host its only home meet of the fall semester Saturday. Admission is free.
Oct. 21, 2008
No. 9 Fresno State vs No. 5 Oklahoma State
Dates: Saturday, Oct. 25
Time: 10 a.m. PT
Site: Fresno, Calif./Student Horse Center
Schedule of Events
10 a.m. Equitation over Fences (East Ring)
12:15 p.m. Equittaion on the Flat (West Ring); Western Horsemanship (East)
1:30 p.m. Reining (West Ring)
FRESNO, Calif. -- Fresno State will host its first home meet of the season this week when No. 5 Oklahoma State comes to campus. The Bulldogs and Cowgirls will compete at the Student Horse Center, located on the corner of Barstow and Woodrow, just north of the Save Mart Center. This is on the only home meet of the fall semester for the Bulldogs. Admission is free. Concessions, including a "Pancake Breakfast," will be provided by the Fresno State Saddle Club.
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Dogs No. 9 in Coaches Poll
Fresno State remains ranked in the Top 10 of the National Women's Intercollegiate Coaches Poll. The second poll of the season was released Oct. 14 and the Dogs slipped one spot to ninth after beginning the season ranked No. 8. Auburn is ranked No. 1 in the latest poll and the Tigers beat No. 2 Georgia over the weekend.
Women's Intercollegiate Equestrian National Coaches Poll
(Oct. 14, 2008)
Rank Team (Points)
1. Auburn (57)
2. Georgia (53)
3. Texas A&M (47)
4. South Carolina (43)
5. Oklahoma State (40)
6. Baylor (25)
7. Kansas State (21)
8. New Mexico State (14)
9. Fresno State (12)
10. TCU (10)
Also receiving votes: Delaware State 5
Bullock Leads by Example
Senior captain Kelsey Bullock has been one of Fresno State's top performers this season, winning four of her six matches and consistently scoring high marks in the Flat event. She earned wins over riders from Auburn, Georgia, TCU and New Mexico State.
Jennifer Jory is off to a fast start this season, winning her first three matches in Equitation over Fences. She has scored at least 70 points in her five rides this season. She earned MVP honors in the season opening match at Auburn with a high-score of 86.
About the Student Horse Center
Fresno State's home events are held on campus at the Student Horse Center, located at the southeast corner of Barstow and Woodrow Avenues. Should inclement weather force the events indoors, the Fresno State Pavilion, located north of Barstow street at the same intersection, may be used. The Student Horse Center offers two rings with ample fan seating to view both arenas simultaneously.
Join the State - Fresno State! Fresno State hosts its first meet of the year Saturday at 10 a.m. against No. 5 Oklahoma State. Admission is free.