MVC Women's Rodeo Wins Second Rodeo of the Season

Posted April 14, 2014

Marshall, Mo. (April 14, 2014)- The Missouri Valley College rodeo teams competed at the University of Tennessee-Martin rodeo over the weekend. The MVC women’s team won its second rodeo of the season and the men’s team placed second.

 

Leading the women’s team to a championship were Senior Mackenzie Corrigan (Toddville, Iowa) who placed first and Senior Shyanne Masters (Leon, Iowa) who placed second in goat tying and Junior Twyla Reid (Albion, Ill.) who placed second in breakaway roping.

 

On the men’s side Freshman Fenton Nelson (Iowa Falls, Iowa) placed second in steer wrestling, Senior Ben Runyon (Tallula, Ill.) placed third in calf roping and Sophomore Dalton Kingery (Monroe, Iowa) placed third in saddle bronc riding.

 

The women’s team won the rodeo by 20 points over Cossatot Community College. The MVC men’s team finished second behind host UT-Martin.

 

The regular season has wrapped up for the rodeo teams. The men’s team finished as the runners-up in the Ozark Region to UT-Martin and the women’s team placed fourth.

 

Next on the rodeo schedule is the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo., which takes place June 15-21 at the Casper Events Center.

 

 

About Missouri Valley College

Known for its dynamic, richly diverse, and friendly educational environment, Missouri Valley College offers many opportunities to grow in mind, body, and spirit. Grounded in the liberal arts, undergraduate studies empower students to master interdisciplinary skills needed to succeed in a knowledge-based global society. MVC offers over 40 academic programs, study abroad program, honors program, extracurricular activities, and 13 sports. The most popular majors include education and business, and some new majors are ag-business, nursing, graphic design, and health information systems (associate degree). Above all, Valley is committed to student success. For more information, call (660) 831-4000 or visit www.moval.edu.



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