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No. 4 Gamecocks Round Out Road Trip to Texas
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No. 4 Gamecocks Round Out Road Trip to Texas

BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, TX – The No. 4 South Carolina Equestrian team (6-5, 1-4) put up a tough fight against the Texas A&M Aggies (7-3, 2-3), ultimately falling 11-7 on the road.

The Gamecocks got things started on the Flat, with Sophie Mitchell securing her point 78-74 on Sparky over Maggie Nealon. Mary Hunter Millet kept things going, earning a point for South Carolina after defeating Rylee Shufelt 77-74 on Zena. Natalie Jayne then tied with Brooke Brombach on Diablo, each putting up a 66. Devon H. Thomas took the final point available for the Aggies, making the final score for Flat tied at 2-2.

The Aggies took control of Reining, winning the battle 4-1 overall. Mattie McNeill kept Texas A&M from the sweep, winning her point 70-0 on Tank. Texas A&M led 6-3 at the half.

The second half opened up with a win for the Gamecocks coming from sophomore Bella Primavera, putting up a season-high 84 to defeat Ali Treuting’s 75 on Max. Natalie Jayne then got the job done on North, taking down Brooke Brombach 81-76. Texas A&M took the remaining three points. Despite her loss, freshman Grace Rabb tied her career-high of 85 on Artie.

Kiersten Beckner got the points rolling for South Carolina in Horsemanship, coming out on top in a 10.5-point spread, 72.5-62 on Cowboy. The Aggies secured two points of their own, followed by a tie between South Carolina’s Jodyn Humbert and TAMU’s Hanna Olaussen, each scoring a 72.5 on Sally. Carly Jenkins finished out strong for the Gamecocks with a 73.5-72.5 win on Sissy over Cori Cansdale.


South Carolina will return home to One Wood Farm on Saturday, Feb. 24 to take on Georgia. Fans are encouraged to follow along with in-meet updates on X and Instagram, @GamecockEQ.