Carolina faces SEC foe Georgia next Saturday in Blythewood
Amber Henter and Sam Chiodo named captains for 2014-2015 season
Gamecocks look to pick up first SEC win of the season
Senior becomes third active Gamecock to win a Congress championship
2016-17: Named SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the second season in a row... Also earned an All-SEC selection in horsemanship... Finished the season with a record of 7-7-2 (3-1-2 SEC)... Scored a 69.5-all draw in the meet against No. 3 Texas A&M on Sept. 30 in her 30th career appearance... Won a key point in the victory over No. 2 Georgia on Oct. 9, 70.5-69.5... Took a win against No. 10 New Mexico State on Oct. 21, 73-71.5... Rode to a 74.5-all draw on Nov. 18 against No. 4 Auburn... Took home a 73-70.5 victory against No. 7 Georgia on Feb. 3... Went 2-0 for the weekend a day later when she defeated her Delaware State opponent, 72.5-71.5... Scored a 72-70 win against No. 2 Texas A&M on Feb. 10... Named horsemanship MOP in her final meet at One Wood Farm as she earned a 75-74 victory against No. 7 SMU on March 4.... Earned a win in the first round of the NCEA Championship, 145-139, on April 13 against No. 11 South Dakota State.
2015-2016: 4-7 horsemanship record with one M.O.P. award... Won her first point of the season in the Gamecocks' win over TCU on Oct. 2, beating her opponent, 72-71... Opened the spring semester with a 74.5-72 victory over UT-Martin on Jan. 30 as part of a 5-0 sweep for the horsemanship team... Was part of a 5-0 horsemanship sweep against No. 3 Texas A&M on Feb. 20, winning her point, 71-70... Won her first M.O.P. award in the Gamecocks' regular season finale against No. 6 SMU, beating her opponent, 73.5-69... Competed at the SEC Championship against No. 1 Auburn and No. 4 Texas A&M... Competed against SMU in the first round of the NCEA National Championship.
2014-2015: 6-9 record in horsemanship with one MVP... Competed in the season opener at No. 6 Kansas State on Sept. 19... Competed in the SEC opener vs. No. 1 Georgia on Oct. 3... Won her first career point on Oct. 10 in the Gamecocks' 10-9 upset win at No. 3 Auburn, posting the second-highest horsemanship score with a 74-70.5 win over her Tiger opponent... Won her first career MVP on Jan. 31 in the spring opener against No. 5 SMU, beating her opponent, 73-70.5... In the Gamecocks' win over Texas A&M on Feb. 21, she defeated her Aggie opponent, 75.5-75... In Carolina's Senior Day win over Auburn on Feb. 28, she knocked off her Tiger opponent, 74.5-69... Won her third straight point on March 6 in South Carolina's regular season finale, beating her Baylor opponent, 78.5-77.5... Competed at the SEC Championship... Competed at the National Championship... In the Gamecocks' semifinal victory over Baylor on April 18, she won her point, 143-118.
2013-2014: 0-3 record in horsemanship... Competed in a horsemanship exhibition against No. 5 Kansas State on Sept. 20 in the season opener... Won an exhibition point over Fresno State on Sept. 27... Made her competition debut on Oct. 5 against SMU in a neutral site meet in Dover, Del... Competed in an exhibition at No. 9 Texas A&M on Oct. 25... Competed in the spring at Georgia and at home against Texas A&M... Voted "Most Outstanding Freshman" at the team banquet... First-year letter winner.
High School: In 2012 with Some Hot Potential, she was a finalist at the Youth World in trail, and Top Five in both the 15-18 and NYATT Horsemanship at the Quarter Horse Congress... In 2011, she finished top-10 in the nation in Youth Trail and Youth All Around, Top Five in the nation in Western Pleasure, won both an AQHA Championship and Performance Championship, and earned superiors in Trail, Horsemanship, and Showmanship... 2010 finalist in showmanship, and won an AQHA Championship...2009 finalist at the AQHA Youth World show in Western Riding, and earned an AQHA Performance champion with her horse, ML Dynamic Venture.