No. 4 Baylor equestrian earned a 12-8 victory over the No. 7 Oklahoma State Cowgirls on Saturday at the Willis Family Equestrian Center.
The Bears earned a 4-1 victory in flat, while OSU won 4-1 in horsemanship to tie both teams at 5. Baylor sealed the win by finishing with a 4-1 advantage in fences to win the Big 12 competition.
Sophomore hunter seat Paige Parker and freshman hunter seat Alicia Gasser each earned Most Outstanding Player honors for Baylor.
“We did a good job,” Baylor head coach Ellen White said. “There were a few places where we need to improve. A few girls made some mistakes, but other than that they did a good job of holding it all together, and putting it together for a win. The riders did well, and that was a tough team to beat.”
Baylor equestrian’s next event is on Nov. 22 against Auburn at the Willis Family Equestrian Center.