The Bulldogs brought two cowboys back to the short-go at the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR). Bryce Harrison had an impressive 4.6 second run to place third in the nation in the steer wrestling. Brody Smith was locked in all week in the bareback. He scored an 80.5 point ride Saturday night to finish eighth in the country.
Bryce Harrison placed third in the nation in the steer wrestling with time of 29.2 on four ( 6.5, 8.8, 9.3, 4.6 - 29.2).
Brody Smith finished eighth in the nation in the bareback riding with a score of 307.5 on four (74.0, 73.5, 79.5, 80.5 - 307.5).
Ryland Lufkin finished 18th in the breakaway roping (NS, 2.6, 3.0 - 5.6).
Breanna Jenkins finished 27th in the breakaway roping (NS, 12.0, 2.1 - 14.1)
Emmy Ilgen placed 33rd in the goat tying (7.9, 8.0, 9.9 - 25.8).
Mikayla Witter placed 35th in the breakaway roping (3.5, NS, 12.6 - 16.1)
Ethan Stensrud finished 40th in the tie-down roping (31.5, NS, NS - 31.5)
Jake Cerini and Jame Ramirez placed 41st in the team roping (18.2, NS, NS - 18.2)
Alonzo Skunkcap tied for 43rd place in the team roping (NS, NS, NS - NS)
Coach Lahaye's Thoughts
"I was very proud of how well everyone represented Montana Western. It was sad to be my last college rodeo but I couldn't have asked for a better bunch to go with. To have two representatives end up in the top 10 in the country was a great way to end the season."
The Bulldogs will begin the 2021-22 season this September at the Trapper Stampede in Cody, Wyo.