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November 2, 2001

Students Selected for UW-Rf Horsemanship Team

Twenty-nine students have been selected to represent UW-River Falls in its horsemanship team.

According to animal science Associate Professor Larry Kasten, who heads the program, each fall about 70 students try out for two teams, Western and English, and only 29 are selected for the honor.

"To be eligible to try out, a student must be enrolled full time, be a student in good standing, and be a member of the Intercollegiate Horse Association," said Kasten. "Selection by team coaches is based on the students╣ equitation skills and the correct riding and handling of different horses." UW-RF

Students Named to Horsemanship Team

Here is a listing of all the students named to the UW-RF Horsemanship Team, including their year, hometown and major:

April Berkheimer, junior, River Falls, animal science with an equine production emphasis, Western and English teams; Erin Harschlip, senior, Eau Claire, elementary education, English team; Amanda Arndt, freshman, Prescott, animal science with an equine emphasis, Western and English teams; Jenny DeLange, sophomore. River Falls, animal science, Western team; Aubrey Hunt, sophomore, Crystal Lake, Ill., animal science, English team; Sarah Myhre, freshman, Decorah, Iowa, animal science, English team; and Dolly Spiller, senior Park Falls, Wis., animal science, Western team.

Also named to the teams are Becky Moeller, sophomore, Shoreview, Minn., animal science, Western and English teams; Ann Grey, sophomore, Cedarburg, animal science, English team; Adam Glas, sophomore, Union Grove, Wis., horticulture landscape design, English team; Rhea Brett, sophomore. Appleton,Wis., animal science, English team; Patti Kapinos, freshman, Sun Prairie, agricultural education, English team; Matt Strom, freshman. Racine, Wis., animal science, English team; and Brittany Dombrovski, freshman, Prior Lake, Minn., majoring in animal science with an equine emphasis, Western team.

Also listed were Brittney Hendrickson, sophomore, Winona, Minn., animal science, Western team; Bree Ann Burgy, freshman, Eagle River, animal science, English team; Elizabeth Widmar, freshman, Avalon animal science, English team; Frankie Turner, junior, Spring Valley, animal science, Western team; Heather Reichert, freshman, Marshfield, animal science, Western team; Kirsten Johnson, freshman, Staples, Minn., animal science, Western team; Martine Bredl, sophomore, Stratford, dairy science, Western team; Mike Van Handel, junior, Kaukauna, animal science, Western team; Trisha Keller, sophomore, Palmyra, animal science, Western team; Andrea Nelson, freshman, Gaylesville, animal science with an equine emphais, Western and English teams; and Katie Pannemann, freshman Pewaukee, animal science, English team.

Throughout the year, the teams compete in 10 Western and 10 English competitions, first regionally, then at the zone and national levels. Regionally, the UW-RF teams compete against such schools as Iowa State University, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, South Dakota State University, and UW-Madison.

Kasten said UW-RF will host two Western and four English shows, as well as the zone championships.

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