Freshman Rylee Morgan was named Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Performer in Horsemanship.
2014 Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Performer
Morgan was honored as the Big 12 Horsemanship Rider of the Month after going undefeated in conference competition during the month of February, defeating Mary Brown of Baylor and Lindsey McMullen of Oklahoma State ... She opened the month going 3-0 ... Morgan was also named the Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Performer in Horsemanship at the Big 12 Championship ... The Utah native went 2-0 in Waco in the discipline ... In all, she went 8-3-0 during the course of the season in Horsemanship, including an impressive 4-0 in post-season action ... Opened the year going 1-0 against Baylor's Parris Rice, 70.5-66.5 ... Also scored a victory at the Fort Worth Stock Show Dual, scoring a 72-71.5 decision over DSU's Abigail Buckwalter ... Closed the year winning seven out of her last nine, including a 149.5-147.5 decision over South Carolina's Katie Kopf at nationals.
American Fork High School
Morgan came to TCU from Provo, Utah and has captured an astonishing 14 APHA World Championships, including most recently the 2012 English Equitation title ... In 2008, she was named the No. 1 Youth in the nation and has earned multiple honor roll championships.