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Mustangs Defeat UTM In NCEA Championships, Face Baylor Tonight

Go smu! Jordyn Pettersen
Go smu!
Jordyn Pettersen
Go smu!

April 12, 2012

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WACO, Texas (SMU) - The No. 5 SMU Mustangs advanced to the second round of the National Collegiate Equestrian Championship for the first time in school history with a 5-3 defeat of No. 12 Tennessee-Martin on Thursday at the Extraco Events Center. Senior captain Jordyn Pettersen led the Mustangs, earning two victories for SMU.

The teams opened the competition by splitting the flat 2-2. Pettersen defeated Caroline Cramer 125-113. Freshman All-American Emma Roberts also tallied a point with a 111-105 win over Kara Bergenty. Sophomore Julianna Fischer suffered a one-point loss to Mykaela Van Selus 137-136. Freshman Courtney Line fell to Hunter Ralston.

The Mustangs had an impressive 3-1 performance in equitation over fences to earn the win. Pettersen earned her second point of the afternoon with 164-131 victory. Line had a dominant 161-108 decision over Katie Miranda. Fischer also posted a point with 156-144 win against Reid Ricket. Roberts was edged 149-145 by Bergenty.

SMU faces No. 4 Baylor at 5 p.m. To follow live, click here.

No. 5 SMU 5 (998) def. No. 12 UTM 3 (1,026)

Flat 2-2 - UTM 2 (494), SMU 2 (372)
Emma Roberts 111 (61, 50) def. Kara Bergenty 105 (54, 51)
Jordyn Pettersen 125 (69, 56) def. Caroline Cramer 113 (50, 63)
Hunter Ralston 139 (71, 68) def. Courtney Line 0
Mykaela Van Selus 137 (66, 71) def. Julianna Fischer 136 (63, 73)

Fences 3-1 - SMU 3 (626), UTM 1 (532)
Jordyn Pettersen 164 (82, 82) def. Caroline Cramer 131
Kara Bergenty 149 (79, 70) def. Emma Roberts 145 (73, 72)
Courtney Line 161 (83, 78) def. Katie Miranda 108 (53, 55)
Julianna Fischer 156 (79, 77) def. Reid Ricket 144

 

 

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