The Ohio State University Takes First in National Intercollegiate Dairy Judging Contest

The Ohio State University Takes First in National Intercollegiate Dairy Judging Contest

 

MADISON, WIS. – The Ohio State University finishes first among eighteen schools in the National Intercollegiate Dairy Judging Contest on September 30. Coached by Bonnie Ayars, The Ohio State University team placed seventh for reasons with a score of 788. The team consists of fourth-place overall individual Billy Smith and ninth-place overall individual Lauren Almasy along with Sarah Lehner and Ian Lokai. Other top five teams include Penn State University, University of Minnesota, Iowa State University and Michigan State University. Receiving individual top honors is Madison Dyment of the University of Kentucky with a score of 845. Rachel Coyne of the University of Minnesota, Tanner Morrison of the University of Minnesota, Billy Smith of The Ohio State University and Caleb McGee of Penn State University round out the top five individuals.The Ohio State University Takes First in National Intercollegiate Dairy Judging Contest

Teams and individuals receiving recognition include:

Top Ten Teams – Overall:

  1. The Ohio State University, 2,464, team members: Lauren Almasy, Sarah Lehner, Billy Smith and Ian Lokai, coached by Bonnie Ayars
  2. Penn State University, 2,463, team members: Daniel Kitchen, Caleb McGee, Gregory Norris and Belle Dallam, coached by Dale Olvery
  3. University of Minnesota, 2,459, team members: Rachel Coyne, Tanner Morrison, Sierra Swanson and Kaleb Kruse, coached by Dr. Les Hansen, Alicia Hiebert, Eric Houdek and Gabriella Sorg
  4. Iowa State University, 2,455, team members: Taylor Currie, Trevor Malven, Carley Krull and Nathan Arthur, coached by Christen Burgett and Matt Henkes
  5. Michigan State University, 2,453, team members: Lauren Heberling, Cameron Cook, Allison Schafer and Madeline Meyer, coached by Joe Domecq and Sarah Black
  6. Oklahoma State University, 2,435, team members: Erin Leach, Shane Robison, Lora Wright and Justin Chupp, coached by David Jones
  7. University of Wisconsin – Madison, 2,426, team members: Emma Olstad, Allie Breunig, Kennedy Stumpf and Alyssa Templeton, coached by Brian Kelroy and Trent Olson
  8. Virginia Tech, 2,411, team members: Todd Allen, Kennedy Crothers, Ryan Wheatley and Christine Putman, coached by Katharine Knowlton and Shelby Lager
  9. Cornell University, 2,403, team members: Allison Herrick, Meghan Coldwell, Paige Demun and Cobly Castle, coached by Kevin Ziemba
  10. University of Wisconsin – Platteville, 2,397, team members: Avery Kotlarczyk, Brianna Hall, Otis Johnson and Charlie Elliott, coached by Cory Weigel

Top Ten Individuals:

  1. Madison Dyment, 845, University of Kentucky
  2. Rachel Coyne, 834, University of Minnesota
  3. Tanner Morrison, 833, University of Minnesota
  4. Billy Smith, 830, The Ohio State University
  5. Caleb McGee, 829, Penn State University
  6. Carley Krull, 829, Iowa State University
  7. Brandon Almeida, 828, Cal Poly State University
  8. Avery Kotlarczyk, 828, University of Wisconsin – Platteville
  9. Lauren Almasy, 828, The Ohio State University
  10. Kennedy Crothers, 827, Virginia Tech

Top Ten Teams – Reasons:

  1. Penn State University, 812, coached by Dale Olver
  2. Michigan State University, 812, coached by Joe Domecq and Sarah Black
  3. Iowa State University, 807, coached by Christen Burgett and Matt Henkes
  4. Cornell University, 806, coached by Kevin Ziemba
  5. Oklahoma State University, 801, coached by Davide Jones
  6. University of Minnesota, 800, coached by Dr. Les Hansen, Alicia Hiebert, Eric Houdek and Gabriella Sorg
  7. The Ohio State University, 788, coached Bonnie Ayars
  8. University of Wisconsin – Platteville, 785, coached by Cory Weigel
  9. University of Wisconsin Madison, 784, coached by Brian Kelroy and Trent Olson
  10. Virginia Tech, 784, coached by Katharine Knowlton and Shelby Iager

Top Ten Individuals – Reasons:

  1. Madison Dyment, 282, University of Kentucky
  2. Caleb McGee, 274, Penn State University
  3. Cameron Cook, 274, Michigan State University
  4. Erin Leach, 273, Oklahoma State University
  5. Taylor Currie, 272, Iowa State University
  6. Gregory Norris, 271, Penn State University
  7. Trevor Malven, 271, Iowa State University
  8. Tanner Morrison, 270, University of Minnesota
  9. Brandon Almedia, 270, Cal Poly State University
  10. Kennedy Crothers, 270, Virginia Tech

The National Intercollegiate Dairy Judging Contest is made possible in part through the generous support of Platinum Level Sponsor, Bayer Crop Science; Gold Level Sponsor STgenetics; Silver Level Sponsors, Bio-Vet, Inc., Lakeshore Federated and Masters Choice Hybrids; and additional supporters.

 

The Ohio State University Takes First in National Intercollegiate Dairy Judging Contest

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