CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - The Texas A&M women placed fifth in the team race while second-generation cowboy Kaycee Feild, of Utah Valley State, captured the bareback riding title at the College National Finals Rodeo with an 84.5-point ride.
Feild, who finished with 325 points Saturday night, is the son
of Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association world champion and Hall
of Fame inductee Lewis Feild.
Walla Walla Community College won the men's team championship
with 740 points to earn $14,000 in scholarships. UNLV won the
women's team championship for $7,000 in scholarships.
Arena de la Cruz from Weatherford College and Jordan Crossley
from Walla Walla Community College tied for the women's all-around
championship, while Wyatt Althoff of New Mexico State University
won the men's title.
Texas A&M's Ace Slone was fifth in the men's all-around with 95 points.
Aggie Lainey (Juba) E. Kyle, was eighth in the women's all-around with 137.5 points.
The A&M men finished 28th in the team standings.
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