Lindsay Breidenthal steps down as Kansas State equestrian coach
Breidenthal is in her third year at
"I have thoroughly enjoyed my three years at K-State and am thankful for the opportunity I was given by the athletic department to lead the equestrian program," said Breidenthal. "I have been privileged to work with quality student-athletes, assistant coaches, administrators and supporters during my tenure and extend my sincere appreciation to all of those who helped grow and contribute to the success of the program."
Breidenthal, a native of
During the 2002-03 campaign, Breidenthal directed K-State to its best western finish ever as Kristin Tanney, who placed first in team advanced horsemanship, paced the Wildcats to a fifth-place finish at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association national competition. Breidenthal also produced her second individual national champion during 2002-03 as Elaine Cobb captured the IHSA intermediate horsemanship title.
Weiser said he appreciated Breidenthal's dedication to building the program into a nationally competitive varsity squad. He also indicated a national search to fill the position would begin immediately.
"Lindsay has done a wonderful job in laying a solid foundation for our equestrian program during her tenure at