Texas Tech Women's Rodeo team places 4th in the nation - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Texas Tech Women's Rodeo team places 4th in the nation

Photo courtesy of Craig Kelley Photo courtesy of Craig Kelley
CASPER, WY (KCBD) -

In the world of college rodeo, the Texas Tech women's rodeo team stands strong in the national rankings. At the 2011 College National Finals Rodeo, which is held in Casper, Wyoming last week, the women's team placed 4th in the nation.

Bailey Guthrie placed first in the finals and is nationally ranked 5th in goat tying competition. Taylor Langdon placed 5th in the nation in 5th barrel racing. Kirsten Stubbs placed in breakaway and Haley Nelson also placed in barrel racing.

On the men's side of the competition, CJ Kerry placed 5th in steer wrestling. The Texas Tech Rodeo team is coached by Chris Guay, who has been with the team since 1997.

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