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Rodeo team picks up bucket-load of high finishes at Las Vegas rodeo
[Mar. 14, 2008] While they prepare to host their own rodeo on March 26-28, the Yerington/Smith Valley Rodeo Club members had another successful outing at the Las Vegas Rodeo on March 1 and 2.
WWCC rodeo teams tall in the saddle
[Mar. 10, 2008] The men and the women ride off with first place in the 39th College Rodeo Classic Sunday.
NMSU drops a loop on national rodeo competition
[Mar. 10, 2008] The New Mexico State University rodeo team dominated the competition for the second weekend in a row at the University of Arizona National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association rodeo held March 1-2 in Tucson, Ariz.
NMSU women's rodeo team rides to first place
[Nov. 1, 2007] The New Mexico State University women's rodeo team is rounding up more awards. They placed first overall with a lead of 690 points at the Dine College National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association Rodeo held in Tsaile, Ariz., Oct. 26-27.

"Overall, the team did well this weekend
Annual Ranger Rodeo starts Thursday
[Nov. 1, 2007] The annual Ranger Rodeo presented by Northwestern Oklahoma State University will have its opening performance at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, at the Woods County Fairgrounds Arena. More than 500 student competitors from 20-plus colleges and universities are expected to participate.
CSI rodeo wraps up fall campaign
[Oct. 31, 2007] The College of Southern Idaho rodeo team finished its five-rodeo fall schedule last weekend in Cedar City, Utah, at the Southern Utah University Rocky Mountain Region Rodeo.
ENMU men win Tech rodeo
[Oct. 30, 2007] The Eastern New Mexico men's rodeo team scored a record 730 points to win the Texas Tech Rodeo during the weekend in Lubbock, with the women's team taking third place.
UW Cowgirls Close out Fall Rodeo Season on Top
[Oct. 23, 2007] Four fall rodeos, four University of Wyoming Cowgirl wins.
TVCC rodeo team starts winning streak early in year
[Oct. 18, 2007] The members of the TVCC rodeo team have already won approximately $10,000 in prizes at various individual amateur events.
Hutch Haslem impressed at Helena Bull-fest
[Oct. 16, 2007] Former Montana State and Pro Rodeo Cowboys Association circuit champion bull rider Steven Lambert isn't easily impressed, but he saw a lot to like last weekend from one of the newest Bobcats, Hutch Haslem Haslem, a Morgan, Utah, native who already has established himself as one of the top collegiate bull and bareback riders in the Big Sky Region, rode four bulls last weekend to win the Helena Bull-Fest.
Rodeo Weekend for SLCC Students
[Sep. 18, 2007] SLCC hosted its first college rodeo of the season this weekend, complete with steer roping and bull riding.

The rodeo was held at W. & M. Butterfield Park in Herriman on Sept 13 and 14. Three members of the college's rodeo team competed in the event. This is the first of 10 regional rodeos participants will compete in prior to finals to be held in June 2008. SLCC is part of the Rocky Mountain region in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.
MSU rodeo: Bobcat men, women dominant in opener
[Sep. 8, 2007] Both Montana State rodeo teams appear to be ready to pick up where they left off last season: challenging for the top spot in the Big Sky Region.
Kiwi cowboy Texas-bound rodeo
[Aug. 20, 2007] THE days of building swimming pools appear to be over for Australia-based Gisborne cowboy Fraser Babbington. The 20-year-old is competing full-time in Australia before heading to the United States after being offered three scholarships.
Red Lion rodeo champ heads to college, along with his horse
[Aug. 20, 2007] Since he was just a boy, Kyle Myers has been working with his horse, Sleek Toy, to master the art of calf roping for the rodeo.

While Myers, 19, was learning to throw a rope around a calf's neck and quickly dismount, he was also training Sleek Toy to pull back on the rope just tight enough to keep the calf still while Myers rushed to tie its feet.
Women's Collegiate National Rodeo Finals
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