ALPINE, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University freshman Lindsey Adcock captured women’s all-around honors over the weekend in the Sul Ross State rodeo, the final competition for the Greyhounds and Zias until next semester.
ENMU’s women finished third in the rodeo with 140 points while the Hounds were fifth on the men’s side with 220. Tarleton State swept both team titles, scoring 445 points to 340 for Weatherford College in men’s competition and 300 to 265 for Texas Tech in women’s standings.
Adcock, from Belen, was fifth in goat tying competition and split second and third in the first go of breakaway roping. Junior Taylor Smith was first in breakaway after splitting first and second in the short go, while sophomore Madison Anderson an senior Qdessa Yazzie claimed third and fourth place, respectively, in the event.
Junior Hayden Segelke finished second in goat tying, and junior Kortney Cleveland was fifth in barrel racing.
For the men, sophomores Shaw Holgate and Conner Hall placed third in team-roping after a third-place finish in the short go. Senior Ace Thurston was sixth in bareback riding.