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Dorey Hired As Hunt Seat Assistant Coach

Jun 21, 2019 | , , ,

Olivia Dorey has been named Oklahoma State equestrian’s new hunt seat assistant coach, head coach Larry Sanchez announced today.

“I’m very excited to have Olivia join my staff,” Sanchez said. “Her experience in the horse industry coupled with her successes as a college rider make her a great addition to our program.”

A four-time letterwinner at the University of Georgia, Dorey accumulated multiple awards during her time in Athens.

On the Flat, she was a member of the 2014 All-SEC team and was a NCEA All-American Honorable Mention selection. As a team captain her senior year, Dorey recorded a 95 in Equitation on the Flat against Texas A&M, a mark that’s tied for fifth all time according to the NCEA record book. Her 2014 Bulldog squad went on to become national champions later that year.

In 2013 Dorey earned a spot on the All-SEC Fences team en route to garnering first-team All-America honors Over Fences.

Dorey excelled not only in the arena, but in the classroom as well. She was a three-time NCEA Academic All-America first-team selection who was featured on the SEC Academic Honor Roll from 2012-2014. Dorey graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Banking and Finance.

She most recently worked for Broadridge Financial Solutions as an Operations Analyst in its Career Foundations Program.

The Cowgirls return nine of 10 hunt seat starters next season, including two All-Big 12 Fences riders in Abigail Brayman and Hannah Janson.

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