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College National Finals Rodeo

The College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) is held every June with a two year rotation in different cities and venues. The CNFR is an event where men and women involved in Rodeo come to compete in order to obtain the honor of national champion in their event. The CNFR boasts some of the best young athletes in the country.

National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association

CNFR 2006
Men's All-Around - Final
As of June 17, 2006 9:55 PM MDT
Rank Num Name School Name Points
1. 360 Londo, Ben J. Cal Poly State University - San Luis Obispo 220.0
2. 288 Lee, Flint D. University of Nevada-Las Vegas 200.0
3. 068 Hall, Jared R. Univ of Arkansas-Monticello 175.0
4. 208 Garwood, Miles W. National American University 155.0
5. 321 Wade, Jake University of Nevada-Las Vegas 145.0
6. 209 Guy, Nick J. National American University 120.0
7. 039 McDaniel, Justin O. Vernon College 120.0

CNFR 2006
Women's All-Around - Final
As of June 17, 2006 9:55 PM MDT
Rank Num Name School Name Points
1. 048 Eppert, Kirby S. Tarleton State University 250.0
2. 370 Ferguson, Jaclyn K. Walla Walla Community College 170.0
3. 008 Dobson, Courtney J. Weber State University 145.0

CNFR 2006 Reserve and Grand Champions

Saddle Bronc

1. Monroe, Jarrett L. UMTW
2. Atchison, Stephen (Ty) UTNM

Bareback Riding

1. Schlegal, Jerad D. VERNON
2. Gunderson, Joseph R. SDSU

Bull Riding

1. Craig, Jarrod M. HILL
2. Murphy, Bandy A. SWOKSU

Calf Roping

1.Prichard, Matthew S. WHARTN
2.Currey, Casey C. MTSU

Steer Wrestling

1. Cobb, Zachery T. WTXAMU
2. Shofner, Benjamin C. Yes MCNSU

Team Roping

1.Garza, Matt T. NMSU
1.Means, Chance (Meansy) H. CAZC

2. 233 Hawley, Edward C. MTSU
2. 238 Sporer, Sid J. NWC

Barrel Racing

1. Kochie, Adriane M. UWIPV
2. Sandoval, Alicia D. NMJC

Breakaway Roping

1.Painter, Jessica (Jess) J. NAU
2.Gardner, Raelyn M. ENMU

Goat Tying

1. Nelson, Kayla J. UWY
2. Eppert, Kirby S. TARLET

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