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Men Big Sky Champs, 6th at CNFR
The MSU men’s Rodeo team was in second place going into Saturday night’s performance of the College National Finals Rodeo. The fact that they placed sixth in a field of twelve tells very little about the actual performance of the men’s team.
Rodeo is a game of skill, determination and luck, and MSU men ran out of luck Saturday night. Ken Lensegrav, Big Sky Champion in bareback was unable to connect for a CNFR place, but did maintain a twelfth place finish in the National Standing.
Robbie Kountz was in third place going into Saturday’s steer wrestling competition. Kountz scored a 15.70 for a third place CNFR finish and tenth in National Standing.
In the Saddle Bronc competition. Brock Holbrock was second going into Saturday but scored a 67 on his short go to place in the' fourth position at the CNFR and third in the National Standing.
Brothers, teammates, and team ropers, Marty and K.C. Murphy were in third position after two head with a score of 15.20. But once again lady luck was not looking down at MSU. The Murphy’s failed to score Saturday night. Jesse Beardsley tied for a seventieth place in bareback after the first go of the finals on Tuesday, June 17 with a score of 65. This was a very disappointing finish for Beardsley who was second in bareback at the Big Sky Regional this year. The MSU men’s team was first this year at the Big Sky Championship.
At the CNFR, Western Texas College took first place in the Men’s Team results with a score of 745 points. West Hills College came in second with 508 points. MSU placed sixth with a score of 429 points.
By D. Boyd
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SU Women Ace a Third Place Finish
1986 MSU women’s tennis team ei ed some important successes this year. C Jerry Peach was pleased with the p; mance of the team. The Lady Cat’s tic. a third place finish in the Mountain V. Athletic Conference losing to first p! Weber State.
‘ U 1 seeded singles player, Ashlcc A' finished third at the conference
w senior Kym Boyce, 2 seeded fin-
ish fourth. Connie Hand, 5 seeded, finish in second with a loss to Wendy C .on of Weber who was the only ui ated player of the conference. Ashba an :and were selected to the all confer-en. am by the coaches.
ough the team was strong in the sir competition, the doubles matches
proved to be their downfall. “A couple more wins in doubles and we would have been second,” explained Peach. The competition was very tough. Weber State recruits players from Great Britian, Sweden, and South Africa. MSU proudly boasts an all Montana team.
Bad weather, unpredictable delays and miles of travel (13,000 since March 21) seemed to be part of the 1986 story. The MSU netters enjoyed many wins this season beating the Grizzlies twice, blanking Eastern Washington, Portland State and Boise State. Coach Peach looks forward to next year with one of the strongest teams ever to return to play.
By Dec Dec Boyd
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