Virginia Tech tops Intercollegiate Dairy Cattle Judging Contest

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Virginia Tech took home top honors, winning the overall team title along with finishing first in team reasons at the Intercollegiate Dairy Cattle Judging Contest on Sept.  30. The team was led by Mandi Ramsburg, the overall high individual and third in reasons. Erin Daninger was first individual in reasons and fourth overall, leading the University of Minnesota to a second place overall team finish and second in team reasons. Rounding out the top five teams overall were: Oregon State University, third; The Ohio State University, fourth; and Cornell University, fifth. Nineteen teams competed in this year’s contest.  Teams and individuals receiving recognition are:

Overall Top 10 Teams
1. Virginia Tech, 2,565, coached by Katharine Knowlton & Mike Barnes
2. University of Minnesota, 2,532, coached by Les Hansen
3. Oregon State University, 2,518, coached by Jim Krahn
4. The Ohio State University, 2,493, coached by Bonnie Ayars
5. Cornell University, 2,479, coached by Kevin Ziemba
6. Penn State University, 2,473, coached by Dale Olver
7. Iowa State University, 2,468, coached by Lee Kilmer & Christen Jackson
8. University of Wisconsin-Platteville, 2,466, coached by Cory Weigel & Ryan Weigel
9. University of Florida, 2,463, coached by Chris & Gene Holcomb & Chanse Huggins
10. Michigan State University, 2,461, coached by Joe Domecq & Sarah Black       

Overall Top 10 Individuals
1. Mandi Ramsburg, 863, Virginia Tech
2. Elizabeth Davis, 855, Virginia Tech
3. Doug Petzel, 851, University of Minnesota
4. Erin Daninger, 849, University of Minnesota
5. Mackenzie Moore, 847, Virginia Tech
6. Hayden Bush, 847, Oregon State University
7. Amanda Franck, 843, Iowa State University
8. Fallon Curren, 842, University of Florida
9. Andrea Smaciarz, 841, Oregon State University
10. Kaitlin Gelsinger, 840, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Top 10 Teams Reasons
1. Virginia Tech, 834, coached by Katharine Knowlton & Mike Barnes
2. University of Minnesota, 829, coached by Les Hansen
3. Penn State University, 815, coached by Dale Olver
4. Cornell University, 806, coached by Kevin Ziemba
5. Oregon State University, 805, coached by Jim Krahn
6. The Ohio State University, 805, coached by Bonnie Ayars
7. Michigan State University, 804, coached by Joe Domecq & Sarah Black
8. University of Florida, 796, coached by Chris & Gene Holcomb & Chanse Huggins
9. Iowa State University, 795, coached by Lee Kilmer & Christen Jackson
10. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 789, coached by Chad Wethal & Brian Kelroy

Top 10 Individual Reasons
1. Erin Daninger, 284, University of Minnesota
2. Elizabeth Davis, 281, Virginia Tech
3. Mandi Ramsburg, 279, Virginia Tech
4. Kaitlin Gelsinger, 278, University of Wisconin-Madison
5. Doug Petzel, 277, University of Minnesota
6. Fallon Curren, 277, University of Florida
7. Lara Staples, 276, The Ohio State University
8. Chad Horst, 275, Penn State University
9. Mackenzie Moore, 274, Virginia Tech
10. Amanda Franck, 274, Iowa State University



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