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Georgia captures SEC Championship title

1973 days ago
SEC Staff
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AUBURN, Ala. -- Top-seeded Georgia won its second SEC Equestrian title in the last three seasons after downing No. 2 Auburn, 10-9 in Saturday's finals at the Auburn University Horse Center.

All-Championship honors went to Georgia's Meg O'Mara in both Equitation over Fences and Equitation on the Flat on the Hunt Seat discipline. In the Western Arena, Texas A&M's Kaci Fisher and Sarah McEntire earned All-Championship honors in Horsemanship and Reining, respectively.

In the finals, O'Mara was named MOP for Equitation on the Flat, Auburn's Caitlin Boyle in Equitation over Fences. Tiger Kara Kaufmann earned MOP honors in Reining. Georgia's Sammie Johnson took the honors in Horsemanship.

Auburn topped Georgia in Equitation over Fences 3-1, Equitation on the Flat 3-2 and in Reining 3-2. The Bulldogs swept the Tigers in Horsemanship 5-0.

The title is Georgia's second SEC Championship since the conference began sponsoring Equestrian in 2012.

No. 3 Texas A&M captured third place by defeating No. 4 South Carolina 12-8 in the consolation match.