EQUESTRIAN: Georgia Signs 16 Riders for 2016-17

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EQUESTRIAN: Georgia Signs 16 Riders for 2016-17

Leylan Gleeson rides Cam during the Bulldogs’ equestrian meet against the Auburn Tigers in Auburn, Alabama on Friday, Nov. 13, 2015. (Photo by John Kelley)
[su_spacer size=”20″] Georgia equestrian head coach Meghan Boenig has announced that 14 riders have signed a National Letter of Intent to continue their riding careers and education at the University of Georgia beginning the 2016-17 school year.


The signed riders include Kristy Barrett of Jefferson, Ga., Colette Cacciatore of Lexington, Mass., Darby Cole of Virginia Beach, Va., Emily Clark of Castle Rock, Colo., Maddy Darst of Lebanon, Ohio, Maddie Fiorante of Tigard, Ore., Lauren Hull of Canfield, Ohio, Sydney Hutchins of Westlake Village, Calif., Kate Kramer of Menlo Park, Calif., Olivia Lawton of Burr Ridge, Ill., AnnaBeth Payne of Tallahassee, Fla., Julia Spreng of Port Orange, Fla., Ali Tritschler of Southport, Conn., and Shaelyn Vering of Scribner, Neb.


“We’re very excited about this recruiting class,” Boenig said.  “Having recruited early and signing 14 great riders, this freshman class is extraordinary for Georgia coming in.  They have the combination of academics, athletics, great attitude and Bulldog loyalty that is outstanding and will breed many things for a successful future.”
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