St. Hilaire earned NCEA All-America Honorable Mention accolades in 2013-14 ... St. Hilaire garnered her first NCEA All-America by posting a 9-4-3 overall record in Reining with one MOP honor ... The redshirt sophomore also collected three victories in the discipline during league play with two draws ... She also tallied two wins in post-season play ... Opened the year, claiming a victory over No. 7 Baylor in Reining ... St. Hilaire then battled Kansas State's Jordan Cox to a 71-71 draw ... Also posted wins over Texas A&M and South Dakota State before posting an MOP ride at the Fort Worth Stock Show Dual, upending Kali Voshell, 74.5-70.5, which was the highest score of the night in Reining ... Recorded a win against No. 2 Baylor, downing Elizabeth Shank, 73-67 ... Followed it up with a victory over No. 4 Oklahoma State to close out the home campaign ... Went 1-1 at the Big 12 Championship, recording a win in the opening round against Baylor, routing Parris Rice, 132-127 ... Also defeated Fresno State's Brigid O'Leary, 142-135, to close out her win total for the 2013-14 season.
Did not compete for the Aggies during the 2011-12 season.
Yamhill Carlton High School
A 2011 graduate of Yamhill Carlton High School in Yamhill, Ore., St. Hilaire is a multiple-time Lawson Trophy winner and Morrison Trophy winner ... She won the Loot for Grassroots competition at the International Reining Festival in 2009 and was an American Quarter Horse Youth Association World Champion in reining in 2007 ... Finally, the Oregon native won the Washington Reining Horse Association's Year-End High-Point Saddle Award in 2006.