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From left to right, coach Justin Browning and women’s team national champions Mia Manzanares, Kati Murphy and Ashleigh Young (Grace Hanley not pictured).

McNeese Wins Three Rodeo Championships

McNeese State University’s women’s rodeo team is once again first in the nation after winning the team championship and two national individual championships Saturday night at the 71st College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo. Mia Manzanares, of Opelousas, is now the two-time women’s all-around champion and is the co-winner of goat tying championship, as…

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The College National Finals Rodeo runs through Saturday, June 16.

Three McNeese Rodeo Members Make Finals

Three members of the McNeese State University rodeo team have qualified for Saturday’s (June 15) finals at the 71st College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo. The top 12 competitors in each of the events qualify for Saturday’s championship finals.  The women’s team heads into the finals in first place. Mia Manzanares, of Opelousas, will…