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Baylor Equestrian Rolls Delaware State, 13-3

WACO, TX (KXXV) -

No. 3 Baylor equestrian (5-2) took down the Delaware State Hornets (0-5) this Friday, sweeping three of the four events and securing the 13-3 victory at the Willis Family Equestrian Center.

Baylor started the day with a 4-0 sweep of fences, using strong rides from Madison Day, Alicia Gasser, and Savannah Jenkins, who posted the meet-high score of 87, earning the Most Outstanding Performer honors.

Continuing with reining, the Bears took a commanding 8-0 lead, securing points from Maddy Smith, Ginger Chant, Georgia Smith, and Abbi Demel. Maddy Smith led the group in scoring (71.5), while Georgia Smith’s 70.5 earned MOP.

After the break, Baylor allowed the only three points scored by Delaware State, with the Hornets logging three points in horsemanship to cut the BU lead to 9-3. Abbi Demel received Baylor’s only point from the event with a 74.

To finish off the day, BU came out strong in the flat, taking all four points and ending the day with a score of 13-3. Alicia Gasser and Savannah Jenkins both garnered their second points of the day for Baylor, with Gasser earning the MOP.

HIGHLIGHTS

Alicia Gasser and Savannah Jenkins both garnered two points on the day for Baylor.

Fences, flat, and reining all secured 4-0 sweeps, the first of the season for the fences group and the second each for flat and reining.

WHAT’S NEXT

The Bears take on TCU on Saturday, November 12th at 10 a.m. to close out the fall schedule.

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