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Gamecocks defeat Auburn to win first Head-To-Head Victory of Season

Oct. 29, 2003

Auburn,Ala. - The USC Equestrian team defeated the Auburn Tigers in the varsity format competition in Auburn,Ala. on Saturday, Oct. 25. The final score was 1150.9 to 1112.5 in favor of the Gamecocks.

In Huntseat Equitation, USC won by a score of 280-275. Kelley Campbell led the ten competitors in the event. She also tied Chelsea Koornick in points for the highest score in Huntseat Fences. Rachel Sternoff led the team in western equitation while Laura Pipkin led the team in western reining. Sarah Lowe also contributed with a second place finish in Huntseat Equitation. Elizabeth Briley placed second in Western Equitation and Western Reining.

"There was definite improvement in all areas of our team between the Georgia competition and Auburn so I was very pleased with that," said Head Coach Duncan. " We need to carry this momentum into the off season and continue to be successful in the varsity competitions come February."

The Gamecocks will travel to Judson in Marion, Ala. for an IHSA competition on November 8. Carolina's next varsity format competition will be Feb. 7, 2004 when USC hosts Kansas State.

Huntseat Equitation

Tara Brothers 67 points

Kelley Campbell 74 points

Dana Hancock 67 points

Sarah Lowe 72 points

Laura O' Sullivan 61 points

280 points 352 points : Total -632

Huntseat Fences

Tara Brothers 69 points

Kelley Campbell 73 points

Dana Hancock 66 points

Chelsea Koornick 73 points

Laura O'Sullivan 71 points

Western Equitation

Courtney Borton 61.6 points

Laura Pipkin 66 points

Kerrie Reeves 42.9 points

Rachel Sternoff 46.2 points



Western Reining

Elizabeth Briley 61.6 points

Laura Pipkin 66 points

Kerrie Reeves 42.9 points

Rachel Sternoff 46.2 points

203.5 points 216.7 points: Total-419.7


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