2017-18 Florida Southern Equestrian News

  • Cain Takes Blue Ribbon at SCAD Event; Three Others Finish Second
    February 18, 2018
    HARDEEVILLE, SC - Shelby Cain took home first-place honors in the Beginner Walk, Trot during the first day's competition at the Savannah College Art & Design Equestrian Event held here over the weekend at the Ronald Waranch Equestrian Center.
  • Florida Southern Athletics Earns NCAA Academic Excellence Award
    November 16, 2017
    INDIANAPOLIS - Florida Southern College's intercollegiate athletic programs are one of 32 Division II programs across the country to earn the NCAA Division II Presidents' Award for Academic Excellence, the NCAA announced on Thursday.
  • Shoaff, Morgan Post First-Place Finishes at SCAD Event
    November 12, 2017
    SAVANNAH, GA - Emily Shoaff and Sophie Morgan took honors first-place honors to help the Florida Southern equestrian team to a ninth-place finish out of 16 teams at the two-day Savannah Art & Design Hunter Seat Event. The Moccasins placed 14 riders in 18 events on Saturday and 13 in 18 events on Sunday and closed out the Fall portion of their schedule.
  • Tynan Wins Advanced Walk/Trot/Canter at UNF Equestrian Event
    October 29, 2017
    JACKSONVILLE, FL - Paige Tynan took first place in the Advanced Walk/Trot/Canter Saturday at the University of North Florida Equestrian Event with Shona Whitfield finishing right behind in second place. In the Beginner Walk/Trot/Canter, Emily McPartlin came in fourth place while Shelby Cain placed fourth in the Beginner Walk/Trot.
    September 13, 2017
    LAKELAND, FL (9/14/17) - We are pleased to share with you that as of this morning we now have power in almost all buildings across campus. What wonderful news! We are still waiting for power to come on in Colony Arms Apartments, Roberts Academy, and a few FSC houses surrounding the campus. We will continue to communicate updates as they become available and will accommodate any student who lives in one of these locations if power is still not restored when they return to campus.