DOVER, Del. - Delaware State University junior Breann Huyett (Narvon, Pa.) recently earned the first equestrian All-American award in school history, the National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA) announced.

Huyett was one of four to earn All-American honors in the Reining discipline with a record of 6-1-2 with two MVP awards and an average score of 71.4.  She posted a season-high score in the event of 73.5 to earn MVP honors against Fresno State on Sept. 24.  Huyett finished the year with an overall record of 7-11-2 with three total MVP honors, also competing in Equitation over Fences and Horsemanship.

"I am extremely proud of Breann," commented DSU head coach Jennifer Ridgely.  "She has really matured as a student and rider this season.  Breann is a strong competitor all-around and is the kind of rider that a coach loves because there isn't anything she can't handle.  This is a huge accomplishment for our University."

The NCEA selection committee selects the top four riders to be named All-Americans.  Honorable mention All-Americans will be selected that have a minimum 67-percent winning percentage (excluding ties), competed in a minimum of five NCEA competitions and have an adjusted NRS score of 85 (flat), 90 (fences), 77 (reining) and 80 (horsemanship).

The complete listing of NCEA All-Americans and their schools are listed below.  For more information on the NCEA, please visit


Lisa Goldman - Baylor

Maggie McAlary - Auburn

Emma Roberts - Southern Methodist

Katherine Schmidt - South Carolina


Carly Anthony - Georgia

Taylor Brown - Baylor

Maggie McAlary - Auburn

Macy Wilson - Fresno State


Megan Hawkins - Georgia

Johnna Letchworth - South Carolina

Katy Krshka - Oklahoma State

Carey Nowacek - Texas A&M


Caroline Daniels - Oklahoma State

Breann Huyett - Delaware State

Katy Krshka - Oklahoma State

Indy Roper - Auburn




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