March 9, 2012
The No. 6 Baylor equestrian team (9-4) will make its final trip to College Station to take on No. 3 Texas A&M (8-2) Saturday morning beginning at 11:00 a.m.
"We are looking to finish out our regular season with a solid performance," head coach Ellen White said. "We know they want revenge after we beat them up here, so we are prepared to see their very best."
Baylor enters the match after a 15-7 win over Kansas State in Waco on March 3.
The Bears knocked off the Aggies 12-11 in Waco on Nov. 18 thanks to a 7-5 Hunter Seat win. The match came down to Reining, where the Bears pulled out a 3-3 tie to earn the 12-11 win.
A&M's school-record 21-meet home win streak will be on the line Horsemanship and fences will begin concurrently at 11 a.m. in the north and south arenas, respectively. Senior presentations will follow, followed by flat and reining competitions getting underway at approximately 1 p.m.