Reynolds Leads Wildcats to First-Place Tie
Dec. 2, 2001
Stillwater, Okla. - Maureen Reynolds tied for high-point rider honors on Sunday, helping Kansas State to a tie for first place with host Oklahoma State in a collegiate equestrian hunt show.
The Wildcats and Cowboys scored 28 points to tie for team honors in a close battle. Texas A&M was third with 27 points and West Texas A&M was fourth with 26 points.
Reynolds, a junior from Shawnee Mission, Kan., finished second in both open fences and open flat for the Wildcats. She tied for high-point rider on Sunday with Ashley Authement of LSU, Katie McClusky of West Texas A&M and Leslie Bailey of Texas A&M.
Allison Woodworth won the open fences competition for K-State, which also got first-place honors from Dehlia Burden in open flat, Angie Guglielmino in intermediate flat, Stephanie Angalet in walk-trot and Janelle Orr in novice flat.
The show was the last on the Kansas State fall schedule. The Wildcats resume equestrian competition in the spring.