CASPER, Wyo. - After leading the majority of the third round, Ty Willick's time of 4.9 seconds wound up as the third quickest when the round was completed Friday. Willick could not overcome two no time's in the first two rounds and finished the steer wrestling event in 33rd place at the 2013 College National Finals Rodeo.
CASPER, Wyo. – After failing to record a time in the first two rounds of the steer wrestling competition at the College National Finals Rodeo, sophomore Ty Willick threw down a time of 4.9 seconds during Wednesday's third round and currently leads with only 23 competitors remaining.
At the present time, Willick's performance bumped him from 41st position all the way to 17th overall. Unfortunately, two missed steers in the first two rounds will most likely keep Willick out of Saturday's final as only the top 12 will advance.
CASPER, Wyo. – South Plains College Texan steer wrestlers Ty Willick and JW Ery have concluded two rounds of competition at the 2013 College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) and have their work cut out for them if they are to advance to Saturday's final round.
CASPER, Wyo. – Following a lengthy layoff from the NIRA college rodeo schedule, two South Plains College steer wrestlers will be returning to work when they compete at the 2013 College National Finals Rodeo June 9-15 in Casper, Wyo.
STEPHENVILLE – Ty Willick and J.W. Ery have punched their tickets to Casper, Wyo., for the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) June 9-15 as both qualified to compete in steer wrestling.
Willick entered the final rodeo, hosted by Tarleton State University, 30 points behind the event leader. A time of 5.0 seconds in the long round earned Willick 35 points, and he went into Saturday's final with a five-point lead, setting up a showdown between himself and Tarleton's Timmy Sparing.