The South Plains College men's and women's rodeo teams will return to the arena March 18-20 at the Mallet Event Center in Levelland for the 2021 Eastern New Mexico University Rodeo.
The ENMU Rodeo, which was originally set to take place in September, was postponed and relocated to Levelland, giving fans the opportunity to watch high-level collegiate rodeo action at the top venue in the Southwest Region at the Mallet Event Center.
With five rodeos remaining, the Lady Texans continue to lead the Southwest Region with 995 points. Texas Tech is second in the women's team standings with 890 points. The Texans are currently ninth in the men's team standings with 463.33 points.
South Plains sits near the top of the region standings in multiple events, with Titan Quigg currently third in the tiedown roping with 195 points. Colt Honey enters the week fifth in steer wrestling with 175 points, while Kaden Prince is third with 185 points in team roping (heeler). Daryan Dominguez is currently seventh in the team roping (heeler) with 160 points.
Emery Mask sits second in barrel racing with 455 points, while Madison Rice leads the region in breakaway roping with 195 points. Samantha Taylor is currently ninth in goat tying with 160 points, while Rice is 11th with 130 points.
In their last outing in February at the Odessa College Rodeo, Mask led the Lady Texans with a fifth place finish in the barrels. Mask posted a time of 14.38 in the long round, followed up with a 14.86 in the finals, finishing with a 29.24 average and 60 points. Mask remains second in the region standings with 455 points. South Plains' Kelby Keeley turned in a fifth place finish in goat tying, running a 7.5 in the long round and a 9.9 in the finals to finish with a 17.4 average and 40 individual points.
On the men's side, Kaden Prince was fifth in team roping, teaming up with Caden Clay from Tarleton State. The duo ran a 7.4 in the long round and an 11.1 in the finals, posting an 18.5 average to pick up 65 points.
South Plains' Titan Quigg teamed up with Texas Tech's Luke Phillips in team roping, finishing ninth overall. The pair clocked an 8.0 in the long round but missed in the finals to finish with a 108 average. Dawson Loewen earned a spot in Saturday night's finals in steer wrestling, finishing ninth on the weekend. Loewen turned in a time of 4.6 in the long round and a 5.9 in the finals to finish with a 10.5 average and 10 individual points.