Trevor Foote, accompanied by parents Connie and Tom Foote and Rodeo Coach Stockton Graves (standing), signs his letter of intent to compete on the Northwestern Oklahoma State University Rodeo Team beginning in the fall.
Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s rodeo team has been busy recruiting, and over the last two weeks has received three signed letters of intent from incoming freshmen.
Trevor Foote and Tyler Forell of Alva have committed in the team roping event, and Kerri DeGroff of Broken Bow will compete in barrel racing, team roping, breakaway roping and goat tying.
“It’s always exciting when we get local students to sign on the team,” Rodeo Coach Stockton Graves said. “It is a great compliment to our program to see how many students want to stay in Alva and compete for Northwestern at the collegiate rodeos. We’ve had the chance to see some great recruits this year already, and I have no doubt that we are going to pull together a really strong team for next year.”
All three recruits sat down with Graves, as well as their parents, to negotiate scholarships and plan for their arrival in the fall.
Tyler Forell, accompanied by parents Kelly and Guy Forell and Rodeo Coach Stockton Graves (standing) signs his letter of intent to compete for the Northwestern Oklahoma State University Rodeo Team beginning in the fall.
The Ranger Rodeo Team will continue its spring season April 9-11 in Weatherford. With three rodeos to go, the women’s team has a substantial lead in the regional standings, and the men’s team is currently sitting fourth.
For more information on the Northwestern Rodeo Team, contact Graves at (580) 327-8688 or email@example.com.
High school senior Kerri DeGroff from Broken Bow, alongside Assistant Rodeo Coach Kody Woodward, signs her letter of intent to compete for the Northwestern Oklahoma State University Rodeo Team beginning next fall.
Posted on Thu, April 2, 2015
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