Carolina places five student-athletes on NCEA Academic First Team
Gamecocks jump Big-12 champs Oklahoma State
Gamecocks receive No. 2 seed in Hunt Seat, No. 5 seed in Western
Equestrian defeats No. 1 and No. 2 teams en route to conference title
Hunt Seat team dominates Bulldogs in Friday's victory
President Dr. Harris Pastides and his wife Patricia hosted the Equestrian team for a reception (4/16/2012)
4/18/12 - The Equestrian team held its annual end of season banquet on Wednesday in the Champions Club at Williams Brice.
The South Carolina Equestrian team upset No. 1 Georgia to win the 2012 Southern Equestrian Championship.
South Carolina defeated TCU, 14-6, on Friday at One Wood Farm. Photos by Mike Slade.
The Gamecocks closed out the regular season with a 12-3 win at Delaware State.
2012-2013: Competed in an exhibition ride in Equitation on the Flat against No. 3 Georgia on Feb. 2 to start off the spring semester... Fall 2012 President's List... Fall 2012 Athletic Director's Honor Roll... Winner of the Coaches Award at the team banquet... Third-year letter winner.
2011-2012: Fall 2011 President's List... Spring 2012 President's List... Second-year letter winner.
2010-2011: 2-1 regular-season record in Equitation on the Flat... Competed in her first meet as Gamecock 9/25 against South Dakota State, winning her ride 79-74.75... got her second win of the season on 10/1, defeating her Auburn opponent 72-55... First-year letter winner... Spring 2011 President's List...
High School: Roter spent the past three seasons competing in equitation and jumpers at the Wellington Equestrian Festival (WEF), and other national "A" circuit venues like Devon, The Hampton Classic, and Garden State. She earned top ribbons in equitation on these venues and Championships in Modified Childrens Jumpers. She qualified for and competed in for three consecutive years the National Pessoa Hunt Seat Finals, the East Coast National USET Finals, and Regional Maclay Finals, advancing to National Maclay Finals 2009. She plans to major in History/International Studies at South Carolina, and chose the Gamecocks over Texas A&M and several other schools.