Caleb Berquist is poised to make history for the Montana State men's rodeo team at the College National Finals Rodeo on Saturday.
The Montana State women were 80 points ahead entering the final stage of the third go-round Friday morning in Casper.
The duo's victory Tuesday moved them into fourth place in the overall standings.
Dylan Riggins — one day after suffering a broken collarbone, a broken scapula, a broken sternum, a broken rib, a cut lung and a bruised lung — was back at the rodeo Tuesday night to watch.
Montana State’s Caleb Berquist and Paige Rasmussen are leading their events after two go-rounds at the CNFR in Casper, Wyoming.
Update: Dylan Riggins in in stable condition, a WMC spokesperson said. He was hospitalized this morning after a horse ran directly into a wall, reared backward and rolled on top of him.
The freshman season Three Forks native Tayla Moeykens has put together should not be viewed as having come from nowhere.
Caleb Berquist and Levi Delamarter grew up separated by about 350 miles in their home state of Washington.
This year's week-long rodeo was canceled because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The annual rodeo, which draws competitors from across the country to Casper, was set to run June 14-20.
NIRA monitoring the coronavirus pandemic and plans to make a final decision on May 14.
Due to coronavirus pandemic, status of MSU Spring Rodeo to be determined. Fate of the CNFR will depend on progression or suppression of the spread of COVID-19.
BUTTE — The steer got a good jump, quickly pulling away from header Jack Graham and moving closer to heeler Sam Levine Friday night at the Northern Rodeo Association Finals.
CASPER, Wyo. – Madison Wilkerson was just happy to be there.
CASPER, Wyo. – With the College National Finals Rodeo wrapping up its 20th year in Casper on Saturday night, there was a fitting moment as Kellan Johnson and Trey Yates wrapped up the team roping national championship.
Rodeo fans might want to get used to seeing some familiar faces at the College National Finals Rodeo.
CASPER, Wyo. — Montana Western’s Tristan Hansen is no stranger to the big arenas in rodeo. He’s no stranger to the horse he drew for Go 3 of the College National Finals Rodeo bareback on Friday, either.
The announcers at the College National Finals Rodeo jokingly asked earlier this week, “Would the real Brody Cress please stand up?”
CASPER, Wyo. — Sitting a section from the bucking chutes, Iola “Olie” Else is taking in her final College National Finals Rodeo at the Casper Events Center.
Montana State’s Carson King pinned his steer in 4.2 seconds, good for fourth place in the College National Finals Rodeo Go 2 of steer wrestling on Tuesday at the Casper, Wyoming Events Center.