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Cowgirl Equestrian Earns Most All-Big 12 Accolades Since 2014

Madison Fussell Stats

Junior (22-23): Went 8-6 in Horsemanship… Tied her career best performance with 77 points against Baylor… went on a four-ride win streak in the spring season, including earning a point in the Big 12 semifinal against Baylor.

Sophomore (21-22): Went 9-6-1 on the season in Horsemanship ... Posted a career-high 77 vs. Fresno State ... Earned two wins at nationals ... Named NCEA All-Academic Honorable Mention ... Received Big 12 All-Academic Second Team Honors.

Freshman (20-21): Cowgirl Equestrian Rookie of the Year ... Did not compete.

Named a team captain for the 2023-24 season… She attended the Oak Ridge School in Arlington, Texas where she played soccer for three years... Pursuing a degree in business management with a minor in marketing.

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Cowgirl Equestrian Wins 4th
Straight Big-12 Title

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2023-2024 Season
Sixth Week of NCAA Equestrian's NCEA Spring Scoreboard

3/3/2024 - OSU took the team advantage in Horsemanship, 3-2. June Roberson, Maddie Fussell and Peyton Baxter stayed undefeated on the weekend as the squad picks up its sixth team lead this season. Roberson earned her first MOP of the season with an event-high 76 points. It’s the second MOP of her career.
Fussell’s win moved her into the top eight in Horsemanship wins. She sits at 24 career wins and is tied with Ty Paris for the most as a Cowgirl since 2012. 


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2022-2023 Season

Cowgirls Win Their First Overall National Title
In The Equestrian Program's History

In Ocala, Florida, the No. 1 Oklahoma State equestrian team made history by securing its inaugural NCEA National Championship title, prevailing over No. 3 Texas A&M with a hard-fought 11-9 victory this past Saturday.

This triumph not only signifies a monumental achievement for OSU but also marks their return to the final round of the national tournament for the first time since 2013. Alongside their latest triumph, Oklahoma State proudly adds this overall national championship to their impressive collection of six Western National Titles and one individual champion accolade.

Following this remarkable feat, head coach Larry Sanchez expressed profound admiration for his team's dedication and performance, stating, "I am filled with immense pride for this group of talented riders. Their unwavering commitment, trust in the process, and determination surpassed all expectations. They've earned every moment of this well-deserved success."

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