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IHSA TOC 2011-12 Results

2011-12 Tournament of Champions Series

Virginia Intermont College equestrians won Reserve Champion at the national 2011-2012 Pre-Season Tournament of Champions Saturday, Sept. 24 in Columbus, Ohio. Virginia Intermont’s second team also finished fourth after a tie breaker for third. Virginia Intermont is the defending champion of the series, having won the 2010-2011 Tournament of Champions Series Championship and marking a record-setting eighth series win since 2001.

VI rider results:
GOLD TEAM:
Open Over Fences – Lauren Fay – senior – competed
Open Flat – Lauren Fay – senior – competed
Intermediate Over Fences – Ashleigh Ramey – sophomore – 1st
Intermediate Flat – Blake Roberts – sophomore – 2nd
Novice Over Fences – Katie Thomas – freshman – competed
Novice Flat – Ashleigh Ramey – sophomore – 1st
Walk Trot Canter – Megan Kelty – junior – 5th
Walk Trot – Taylor Scott – sophomore – 1st
BLACK TEAM:
Open Over Fences – Audrey Hanlon – senior – 1st
Open Flat – Audrey Hanlon – senior – competed
Intermediate Over Fences – Lauren Wills – sophomore – 1st
Intermediate Flat – Ariel Black – freshman – reserve
Novice Over Fences – Ashley Uphoff – freshman – 3rd
Novice Flat – Emilee Wilson – freshman – 5th
Walk Trot Canter – Kayla Akers – freshman – 6th
Walk Trot – Allison Manning – senior – 2nd

Overall Team Results from the 2011-2012 Pre-Season Classic were:
Champion – Miami University, Oxford, Ohio – 30 points
Reserve Champion – Virginia Intermont College, Bristol, Va. – “Gold Team” – 28
3rd – University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass. – 26 (winner of tie-breaker)
4th – Virginia Intermont College – “Black Team” – 26
5th – Otterbein University, Westerville, Ohio – “Team A” – 26
6th – Otterbein University – “Team B” – 24
7th – Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. – 23
8th – Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va. – “Team A” – 20
9th – Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio – 18 (winner of tie-breaker)
10th – Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind. – 18
11th – Ohio University, Athens, Ohio – 17
12th – University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. – 16
13th – University of West Virginia, Morgantown, W.Va. – 14
14th – Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. – 13
15th – Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Ill. – 12
16th – University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. – “Team B” – 11
17th – Virginia Tech – “Team B” – 10 (winner of tie breaker)
18th – University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. – “Team A” – 10
19th – University of Louisville, Louisville, Ky. – 5 (winner of tie breaker)
20th – Northern Illinois University – 5