Schroller Ends Successful Post-Season
MANHATTAN, Kan. Senior Hannah Schroller, a member of the Kansas State equestrian team, ended a successful career at Kansas State on Sunday as she competed at the IHSA Zone competition for the second year in a row.
Schroller's success last season carried over to this year as she became a two-time individual Regional Champion on Saturday. Schroller competed at the Hunter Seat Regional competitions where she won her class in Intermediate Equitation on the Flat. This advanced her to the Zone competition on Sunday, hosted by Purdue University at Foxton Farm in Romney, Ill., where she placed fourth out of six qualifiers.
“I am so proud of Hannah’s progress throughout this year," said Ashley Foster, Hunter Seat head coach. "She has dedicated time to become a better rider and it really shows. She rode fabulously at both Regionals and Zones and should be very proud of her performance. It is exciting that Hannah was able to bring home another individual Regional Championship this year.”
Last season, Schroller also took home the crown and became a Regional Champion in Intermediate Equitation over Fences. She then advanced to the Zone 9 Championships, where she placed fourth.
Schroller, a native of Randolph, Kan., is the daughter of Gary and Carla Schroller. She will graduate in May with an English/Pre-Law degree, and will then attend Washburn Law School in Topeka, Kan.