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Amy Mandelke
Position: Western
Year: Senior
Hometown: Dalton, Minn.
High School: Fergus Falls High School
Major: Psychology
Experience: 3 Letters

2010-11: Rode to a 10th place in Individual Novice Horsemanship at IHSA Nationals in Lexington, Ky. (5/9) ... named Reserve Grand Champion in Novice Horsemanship at IHSA Western Semifinals in Findlay, Ohio (2/27) and at IHSA Regionals in Crookston, Minn. ... placed at various other IHSA shows throughout the season ... recorded wins against UT-Martin (2/26) and New Mexico State (2/27) at the Bulldog Invitational hosted by Georgia ... posted a personal best score of 71.5 points in horsemanship vs. New Mexico State ... served as co-advertising superintendent for SDSU's Little International for the 2010-11 school year

2009-10: Competed and placed at various IHSA Western shows throughout the season ... won first place in amateur horsemanship and amateur hunter under saddle at the all-novice Minnesota Quarter Horse Association show in Verndale, Minn., and placed in the top-10 in amateur trail and amateur Western pleasure ... placed top-10 in novice amateur horsemanship, novice amateur Western pleasure, novice amateur hunter under saddle and novice amateur hunt seat equitation at the Region 3 AQHA Experience in St. Paul ... earned wins in horsemanship, western pleasure and equitation and picked-up top-10 finishes in novice amateur horsemanship, novice amateur Western pleasure, novice amateur hunter under saddle at the Wadena Area Quarter Horse Show in Fergus Falls, Minn. ... served as an assistant super for Little International

2008-09: Competed in various Western shows throughout the season

Before SDSU: Brings extensive show experience at the 4H level and as a member of the Minnesota Quarter Horse Association ... recorded victories in western peasure, hunt seat equitation and showmanship at MQHA competitions ... served as president of Minnesota Quarter Horse Youth Association in 2008  ... also competed in swimming at Fergus Falls High School ... three-year honor roll student ... two-year member of the National Honor Society ... graduated with honors