Press release by: Andrew Minnick
College Station, Texas. – It wasn’t easy, but the Georgia Bulldogs improved to 7-2 (3-1 SEC) with a one-point, 10-9, road victory over the Texas A&M Aggies on Saturday.
Georgia’s dominance of equitation on the flat proved to be difference maker. With the Aggies taking 3-2 wins in equitation over fences and reining, and riding to a 2-2 tie in horsemanship, the Bulldogs were saved by a dominant 4-1 win on the flat.
The Bulldogs head home for the first time since fall this weekend to host No.1 South Carolina.
“There are still several things we need to work on as we get ready for South Carolina,” said Georgia Head Coach Meghan Boening, “I feel that we have improved greatly since UT-Martin and I’m excited to continue to get better this week. I am proud of this team today and I think we are heading in the right direction.”
Read a full recap of the Bulldog’s 10-9 victory here.