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Savannah Smith
 Savannah Smith

Chinook, Mont.


2014-15 Western
Nominated as a 2014-15 Team Captain.

2013-14 Season
Finished the 2013-14 season with a record of 8-6-1... Awarded a 2013-14 Letter in Reining... Awarded the Most Outstanding Award in Western recognizing one student athlete rider per class for their leadership to their teammates throughout the year in the 2013-14 season... Went 0-2 at the 2014 NCEA Championships...Went 1-0-1 in Big 12 matches... Oppressed Haley Erin Willoughby (OSU), 145-143 in Reining at the Big 12 Championship on 3/28... Tied with Brooke Boyle (TCU), 138.5-138.5 in the Big 12 Championship in Reining.

2012-13 Western
Had a strong sophomore season, finishing with a 9-7-2 record in Reining... Second team Academic All-Big 12 Team... Defeated Amy Guenther (UTM), 69-67.5, in her season debut... Edged out Olivia Rogers (BU), 72.5-70.5, on 10/5... Picked up her third win of the season against Leah Thomas (WTAMU), 69.5-64.5, on 10/13... Narrowly defeated Jessie Miller (SDSU), 72.5-71.5, on 10/20... Slipped by Lauren Crivelli (FS), 68.5-67.5, in the Spring season opener... Bested Katie Gray (TCU), 70.5-67... Handled Taylor New (OSU), 70-65... Defeated Kolby Simonson (TCU) in the Big 12 Championship... Earned a win against Jana Basler (SDSU) in the NCEA National Championships.

2011-12 Western
Named to the 2011 Fall Commissioner's Honor Roll... Named to the 2012 Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll...Finished the year with a record of 0-2 while compiling a record of 1-0 in exhibition matches...Easily handled MacKenzie Fugitt of Oklahoma State, 71.5-0, in her lone exhibition match win.

Daughter of Kathy and Jay Smith... Participated in tennis for four years, volleyball for three years and basketball for one year for the Sugarbeeters... Garnered Northeast Divisional and State Class B-C Champion honors in Tennis Singles in the 2009-10 season... Received multiple awards throughout her youth equestrian career... Born on December 29, 1992...Currently an open option major.