WNCC women strong in recent rodeos
Two Western Nevada Community College rodeo team members gave strong performances during recent competitions in California at West Hills College in Coalinga, and at Cal Poly Pomona.
Meghan Warren-Madrigan roped a calf and finished 11th out of 49 women in the breakaway in Pomona, and Chelsee Tuni finished 11th in barrel racing at both competitions.
“The girls came real close to making the short round, especially Meghan,” assistant coach Machele Howard said. “We were disappointed because she was so close. We are pleased with her roping; Meghan has really improved.”
Next stop for the rodeo team is April 21-22 at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
The team will then travel to Fresno State on May 6-7, and then UNLV on May 12-13.