The Sacred Heart University Equestrian team was named the High Point of the Mount Holyoke Western Double Header show this morning and afternoon. The team picked up two wins as the won both the morning show and the afternoon show. The team returns to action on in the new year as they will compete on Sunday February 3 as the Western Squad will travel to UCONN to compete in there Western Show.
The Sacred Heart University Equestrian team wrapped up its Western Doubleheader on Saturday at UMASS-Amherst as the team won seven events and placed second in the morning show while being named the High Point team with 26 points in the afternoon show. The team returns to action on Sunday, Dec. 2 as the Western Squad will compete in another Double-Header this time at Mount Holyoke College. Morning show is scheduled for 9:00 a.m.
The Sacred Heart University Equestrian Hunt Seat Squad was named the High Point team of UCONN’s show this morning. The team tallied 38 points in the victory while Gabi Sorrentino and Cariann Johnson on qualified for Hunt Seat Regionals in Open Fences and Johnson also qualified in Open Flat. Also, Cariann Johnson was named the High Point Rider and Ellie Palmier was named Team MVP.
For the first time in Sacred Heart Equestrian program history, head coach Tiffany Hajdasz announced six signings of national letter of intent to join the program next year. This is the inaugural season of Equestrian accepting NLI’s.
The Sacred Heart University Equestrian team was named the high point team this morning as the Hunt Seat earned 38 points in the teams home show. Senior Cariann Johnson was named the High Point Rider while sophomore Hailey Tyler was named the Team MVP. Johnson claimed first in the two events she participated in while Tyler placed first in Novice Fences Section B to help the team to another team victory. The team returns to action on Saturday, Nov. 17 when the Hunt Seats travels to face UCONN. Show-time is scheduled for 9:00 a.m.
The Sacred Heart University Equestrian Western squad concluded its show at the University of Connecticut tonight as the team placed third overall with a total of 23 points. The Western team will return to competition on Sunday, Nov. 18 when they travel to the University of Massachusetts at Amherst for a Western-double header. Show begins at 9:00 a.m.
The Sacred Heart University Equestrian Hunt Seat placed fourth in the Trinity Invite this morning. Performances by Michaela Fritsch and Emily Scrobe led the pair to qualify for Hunt Seat Regionals in Novice Fences and Walk Trot. Fritisch placed third in Novice Fences Section A while Scrobe placed second in today’s Walk Trot. The Hunt Seat will return to action on Saturday, Nov. 10 when they will compete at home. Show-time is set for 10:00 a.m.
The Sacred Heart University Equestrian Hunt Seat concluded its show at home this afternoon. The Pioneers were named the High Point team tallying a total of 43 points just one point ahead of Trinity. The team returns to action on November 4 when Hunt Seat will compete at Trinity while the Western squad will compete at UCONN.
The Sacred Heart University Equestrian Hunt Seat competed at Connecticut College this afternoon. The team placed sixth overall while host Connecticut College won the overall event with 35 points while SHU scored 19 on the day. Lea Mascola placed first in the Show Class 13 Novice Fences Section C and Michaela Fritsch placed first in Show Class 19 Novice Flat Section C. The two had the best day for the Pioneers and Fritisch was named the team MVP for her impressive performance.
The Sacred Heart University Equestrian team wrapped up its show at the Trinity College Hunt Seat this morning. The Pioneers swept two fences sections as the team won both the Show Open Fences sections and the Intermediate Fences section. The team returns to action on Saturday Oct. 20 when they compete in it's second Hunt Seat of the year this time at Connecticut College.
The Sacred Heart University Equestrian team wrapped up its first Western Doubleheader on Saturday as the team won seven events and was named the High Point team in both the morning and afternoon shows. The team returns to action tomorrow as they compete in the Hunt Seat at Trinity College.
The Sacred Heart equestrian team announced its 2018-2019 fall competition dates Monday morning. The Pioneers will host three competitions with it being the IHSA Western Double Header at 9:00 a.m. on October 13 and Hunt Seats on Novemeber 3 and 10.
Fairfield, Conn - The Sacred Heart University equestrian team competed at the Hunt Seat Regional Championship Saturday evening, with 2 of our 8 individual qualifiers advancing to the Zone Championship on April 7. Hunt Seat team will also be competing for a spot at the @IHSAinc National Championship.
FAIRFIELD, Conn,- The Sacred Heart equestrian team were in action at Fairfield University on Saturday finishing as Reserve High Point Team with 40 points, seven points behind UConn who finished as High Point Team with 47 Points. Cariann Johnson was named as High Point Rider with Emery Smith earning Team MVP.
Hartford, Conn.- Sacred Heart equestrian Hunt Seat squad won at Trinity with 39 points. Wesleyan finished in seconmd with 33 points, Trinity (32), Fairfield (30), Connecticut (24), UCONN (23), CCSU (17), Post (10), Yale (8) completed the field. Devon Conley finished first overall with Olivia Marlow finishing third overall.