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Baylor Equestrian Knocks off No. 4 Kansas State, 15-5

Baylor's Parris Price won MOP honors in horsemanship vs. Kansas State



WACO, Texas - Bouncing back from a loss to TCU, the No.7 ranked Baylor equestrian team knocked off unbeaten and No. 4-ranked Kansas State, 15-5 Friday afternoon at the Willis Family Equestrian Center.

Baylor won 3-2 in flat, 4-1 in fences, 4-1 in horsemanship and 4-1 in reining. Prior to Friday's meet, the Wildcats were 5-0 coming into the matchup, and the loss evened the Big 12 record for both schools at one win and one loss apiece.

• Baylor's Parris Rice won MOP honors in horsemanship with a score of 75.5, out-dueling KSU's Chayna DeNicolo, who scored 72.
Claire Edwards won MOP honors in reining with a score of 76 beating the Wildcats' Kara Guy who finished with a 71.5.
•Baylor's Paige Parker, Sam Schaefer, and Alicia Gasser all swept their hunter seat victories in flat and fences


Both schools came into Friday's meet undefeated in the hunter seat events (fences and flat), and the Bears' hunter seat team remained undefeated, beating the Wildcats 7-3.

Baylor head coach Ellen White on the Bears' performance
"The girls rode great today, and against tough competition. KSU did not mess up, and there was just a few doors left open for us. I was really proud of our horses I thought they did a great job today too. The girls really rose to the occasion."

The Bears resume competition Oct. 26, taking on Big 12 foe, No. 5 Oklahoma State at 11 a.m. at the Willis Family Equestrian Center.



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