No. 7 TCU Set For Senior Day Saturday


March 2, 2016


FORT WORTH, Texas - No. 7 TCU will close out its regular-season Saturday, hosting No. 8 Kansas State at 10:00 a.m. CT in Springtown.

"Our meet against Kansas State will be bitter sweet in two ways," said TCU Director of Equestrian Haley Schoolfield. "It is the final home meet for a very special and decorated class of seniors who excel in all areas of life. It is also our last time to host Kansas State, whom is a powerful and well coached team. All told, we are working hard on making some minor adjustments and riding strong in our last home meet on Saturday."

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A full recap and final results will be available following competition on GoFrogs.com. During the meet, live results can be found on the official TCU equestrian twitter page. Fans are encouraged to follow @TCUWEquestrian.

The All-Time Series
TCU and K-State are meeting for the 14th time in program history Saturday. The Wildcats currently leads the all-time series at 7-6 after dropping the Purple and White in November.

Peddicord Keeps On Winning
Molly Peddicord improved to 11-0 on the season in Equitation over Fences by dropping SDSU's Blair Wright, 79-75. She has earned six MOP accolades in the discipline and seven overall this season. The junior is now 19-3 between Equitation over Fences and Equitation on the Flat, respectively.

Stewart Continues To Shine
Returning NCEA All-America honoree Chantz Stewart has gone 11-0 this season in Reining. The 2015 Big 12 Reining Rider of the Year winner went 6-0 last season against conference foes during the regular-season and is currently 5-0 in league play. She has now gone an impressive 19-1-1 in her last 21 regular-season outings in Reining.

Home Sweet Home
The Frogs are 15-5 overall during the regular-season in Springtown since 2012-13. The Purple and White are also 5-2 in regular-season outings against league foes since 2013-14.

One Last Ride
Senior's Danielle Dirkx, Nicole Diamantis, Carly Epp, Erin Gillette, Emily Guhde, Kate Hamel, Colby Plott and Chantz Stewart will all put the finishing touches on their home careers at TCU Saturday. The eight student-athletes have helped TCU reach new heights during their time in Fort Worth, while amassing 25 wins as a team.

Scouting TCU
No. 7 TCU comes into Saturday with a 4-7 overall record, including a 0-5 mark in league play after falling to South Dakota State in its last outing. The Horned Frogs brought home one MOP honor against the Jackrabbits.

Against the Jackrabbits, the Horned Frogs took a 3-1 lead in Equitation over Fences. Molly Peddicord remained undefeated on the season by topping Blair Wright, 79-75. Marisa Malevitis and Carley Barnett also won their point for the Purple and White by upending Marielle Golden and Alissa Greenwald, respectively. Barnett earned her first MOP honor in the discipline.

In Equitation on the Flat, Jayme Omand won the lone point for TCU by defeating Jessica Andronowitz, 83-81.

In Horsemanship, Megan McMullen scored the lone point for the Horned Frogs by topping Tori Johnson, 71-67.5. On the Reining side, Chantz Stewart improved to 11-0 on the season by dropping Mariah Wright, 67.5-65. Meloney Morris also tallied a victory for the Frogs against South Dakota State by defeating Makayla Reed, 69.5-67.5.

Scouting K-State

UGA swept K-State in Equitation over Fences, but the Wildcats' Christina Martinelli dropped Alex Maracic in Equitation on the Flat, 78-77. On the Western side, Sydney Anson claimed the lone point by defeating Graysen Stroud, 70.5-69.5 in Horsemanship. In Reining, Kali Retzler and Kara Guy picked up the final points for the Wildcats.

K-State faired much better against Fresno State, claiming an 8-7 decision. The Wildcats swept the Bulldogs in Equitation over Fences, 4-0. Taylor Schmidt topped Kylina Chalack, 70-50, while Christina Martinelli defeated Alex Dirickson, 65-60. Henley Adkins and Molly Dunn also claimed points for K-State in the discipline.

On the Western side, Danielle Kemper claimed the lone point for K-State by topping Taylor Brown, 75-72 in Horsemanship. In Reining, the Wildcats tied the Bulldogs, 2-2. Danielle Kemper and Kai Retzler were both victorious in the discipline.

 

 

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