TMI Senior Signs To Ride For A&M

TMI senior Cameron Crenwelge signs a letter of intent Nov. 9 in the school’s Jones Library to ride for the equestrian team at Texas A&M University next year.

Cameron Crenwelge, a senior at TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas, signed Nov. 9 to ride for the No. 1-ranked equestrian team at Texas A&M University next year. Crenwelge won the World Championship in Novice Youth Showmanship and was Reserve World Champion in Trail Breeders Championship Futurity (BCF) at the 2015 National Snaffle Bit Association (NSBA) World Championship in Tulsa, Okla. She also was ranked No. 1 in Level 2 Horsemanship last year.   With all of this experience and dedication it is no wonder thart Crenwelge chose the number one team to continue her career with.

Cameron Crenwelge guides her horse Tadpole to a triple circuit championship in Novice Youth Trail, Equitation and Hunter Under Saddle last year at the Silver Dollar Circuit in Las Vegas.

The A&M equestrian team was ranked No. 1 in the latest National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA) poll. Crenwelge – who also received offers to ride for Baylor University (ranked No. 3) and the University of Georgia (No. 5) and chose A&M for its top ranking and because her father Dale Crenwelge is an A&M alumnus of the class of 1981 and also earned his MBA there in 1994. She not only wanted to ride with a top team but also chose to continue a tradition in her family.

The A&M women’s equestrian team has a history of national success, winning championship titles in 2002 and 2012. A&M riders finished second overall in four of the last six seasons, the western team has won six NCEA titles and the hunter seat squad has finished second for the past three years.