Megan Hagarty of George Mason University (pictured) is technically third in the Region 1 open rider standings through six fall shows (due to a tie at the top). Hagarty has helped the Patriots also claim third place overall in the Region 1 team standings. George Mason has scored in the 30's at all six shows, and though they have yet to claim high point team honors this season the Patriots were second outright at the October 26th Goucher show with a season-high 39 points.

Casey Dennison of George Washington University (pictured) and Lilly Conteh of Towson University are currently tied atop the Region 1 open rider standings with 66 points each. The Colonials are in second place overall, with wins at shows on November 2nd at Frying Pan Park (which they co-hosted with George Mason) and November 10th at the Other Left Farm. On November 10th George Washington edged Goucher 44-43 and scored 40 or more points for the first time this season.
From Clarksville, Maryland, Brianna Mentle of the University of Maryland is seen here with her parents at the October 2017 Mount St. Mary's show. Mentle is currently technically fourth in the Region 1 open rider standings while the Terps are fourth overall in the team standings. The University of Maryland has been very consistant, having scored exactly 28 points at three of six shows. Their other three scores were all in the 30's, with the Terps' best performance a 37 on November 3rd.
Georgetown University did not make their Fall 2019 debut until the second show of the season. But what a debut it was! From Woodstock, Vermont, Katherine Sargent of Georgetown (on left) was the first Hoya to win a class on October 26th, prevailing in her open flat. 2011 Virginia Intermont College graduate Ashley Miller (on right) was making her IHSA coaching debut that day as well, and after all 22 classes were completed Miller's Hoyas had pulled off several rare feats. They became (to the best of our knowledge) the first team to win a show on the Goucher College campus other than Goucher since at least 2013 (Georgtown scored 41 while George Mason tallied 39 and Goucher 38) and Miller herself could claim after one show as a head coach that she was undefeated!
With usually no more than two to four riders entered Mount St. Mary's University has scored (in order) 13, 10, 7, 13, 11 and 10 points to average nearly 11 a show though most of their riders are headed to Regionals. One of three to qualify is junior Maya Marks (pictured). From Baltimore, Maryland, Marks has pointed out of novice fences.
She needed a point and she earned a point. From Tacoma, Washington, Charisma Burrows of Johns Hopkins University (on right, with head coach Kathy Wells) was sixth in her novice class on October 26th but that was all she needed to secure a trip to Regionals in the division. Teammate Lauren Bules (not pictured) is also qualified for Regionals in what is now novice equitation but was known last season as advanced walk-trot-canter.
Loyola University of Maryland has two riders qualified for Regionals so far and both are named Megan. Megan Korpiel (not pictured) has qualified in intermediate fences while Megan Kane (pictured) is going in limit flat. Ironically the junior from Freehold, New Jersey is seen here after placing fourth in limit fences (last year's novice fences) on October 26th. Loyola is in only their second season as a member of the IHSA and on November 9th they scored a school record 35 points, trailing only both Georgetown and Goucher with 45 each that day.
While Georgetown has a new coach in Ashley Miller, Towson University has a new coach in Julie Wright (on right). So far Wright has Towson in fifth place overall in a region that is clearly trending upward. Lily Conteh (not pictured) is tied with GWU's Dennison for the lead in the open rider standings while the Tigers scored 28 or more points at five of the six fall shows. On the left in this photo is Kassidy Danley, an intermediate level rider for Towson who went to high school in Easton, Pennsylvania with Brady Martino of Savannah College of Art and Design.
Her name is pronounced like "Chrysler" the automaker but is spelled Chrisler. She is Ava Chrisler of St. Mary's College of Maryland (on right), and the senior from Gaithersburg, Maryland is qualified for Regionals in both Limit divisions. St. Mary's head coach Leslie Allen (on left) is now Leslie Farrell after getting married over the summer. Farrell and Chrisler pose together after the latter won her limit fences class at that same Goucher show on October 26th.
They grew up 3,000 miles from where they go to college but Mia Dimson of Goucher College (on left, holding "Blackie") and Emma Nulman of American University had already met competing in shows in Southern California. Nulman was high point rider on October 26th as the freshman from Los Angeles won both of her intermediate classes while no other rider won twice that day. Dimson - who is also a freshman from Los Angeles - was second in novice flat for her best ribbon of the day. Goucher is averaging just over 41 points per show which has a great deal as to why the Gophers once again lead Region 1 headed into the winter break.
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The Zone 4, Region 1 Smorgasbord

 Schools competing in Zone 4, Region 1 during the 2019-2020 school year: The American University, George Mason University, George Washington University, Georgetown University, Goucher College, Hood College, Johns Hopkins University, Loyola University (MD), Mount St. Mary's University, St. Mary's College (MD), Towson University, University of Maryland (College Park) and University of Maryland - Baltimore County.

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 Winter/Spring 2020 Show Schedule for Zone 4, Region 1 (Zone 4, Region 1 is Hunter Seat or English Only):

englishSunday, March 8 University of Maryland (College Park)/American University (Co-Hosts) at the Other Left Farm at Oatland Stables, Gaithersburg, MD Time TBA

englishSaturday, March 14 Mount St. Mary's University (Host) on the campus of Goucher College, Towson, MD Time TBA

englishSunday, March 22 Zone 4, Region 1 Regionals Site and Time TBA

englishSaturday, April 4 ZONE 4 ZONES at St. Andrews Equestrian Center, Laurinburg, NC Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

englishwesternThursday through Sunday, April 30 - May 3 IHSA NATIONALS at the Exposition Center at the New York State Fairgrounds, Syracuse, NY Time each day TBA ENGLISH AND WESTERN

Show Schedule subject to change.

Recent Region 1 Team Champions

Hunter Seat:

1997 - University of Virginia
1998 - University of Virginia
1999 - Randolph-Macon Womans' College
2000 - Mary Washington College
2001 - Mary Washington College
2002 - Mary Washington College
2003 - Goucher College
2004 - Mary Washington College
2005 - Goucher College
2006 - Sweet Briar College
2007 - Goucher College
2008 - University of Mary Washington
2009 - University of Mary Washington
2010 - Goucher College
2011 - University of Mary Washington
2012 - Goucher College
2013 - Goucher College
2014 - Goucher College
2015 - Goucher College
2016 - Goucher College
2017 - Goucher College
2018 - Goucher College
2019 - Goucher College

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