Two Boston University riders accounted for all 18 of their points scored at 2018 IHSA Nationals. Michael Janson (not pictured) won team open fences and was second in team open flat while Lanie Bricker (on right, with assistant coach Eileen McNamara) was second in team intermediate flat and sixth in team intermediate over fences at Nationals in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania over the May 3rd - 6th weekend. A freshman from Evanston, Illinois, Bricker was part of the first BU team ever to win a second consecutive region title. The Terriers won a close race in Region 4, besting Stonehill by six points for their fourth region title in program history.

The only Region 4 undergraduate rider Not from Boston University to compete at 2018 IHSA Nationals was Krista Taylor of Tufts University (pictured). A freshman from Seattle, Washington, Taylor won a low-scoring race for most combined open flat and fences points. Taylor scored exactly 56 points (to lead the region by ten points) and most importantly qualified for Regionals in individual open fences to be eligible to ride at Zones in the Cacchione Class. Taylor was third in that class at Zones and is seen here in the vendor's room at IHSA Nationals in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on May 4th before riding in the Cacchione Cup Competition.
From North Attleboro, Massachusetts, Emma McConville of Stonehill College (pictured) finished second in the Region 4 open rider standings. McConville finished her sophomore year by placing third in individual open flat at Zone 1 Zones in South Hadley, Massachusetts on April 7th.
Boston College spent much of the season in second place and even though Stonehill eventually bumped them down to third overall this was the Eagles best effort to date at staying in the race for high point team. For the regular season BC finished only nine points behind the team that went on to place fourth at Nationals. Gabby LoGuidice of the Eagles is seen here way back on November 1st of 2015 following her win in beginner walk-trot-canter. From West Palm Beach, Florida, LoGuidice of the Eagles qualified for Regionals in walk-trot-canter in 2017-18.
Seen here in the upstairs lounge at Reunion Farm during the March 12, 2017 Bridgewater State show is Sam Bowden of Bentley University. From Bockford, Massachusetts Bowden completed her sophomore year by placing seventh in intermediate fences at Zone 1 Zones on April 7th. Bentley is one of four current Region 4 schools whose history in the IHSA goes back no further than the 2013-14 season.
At that same March 12, 2017 show Elizabeth Matthews of Worcester State University (pictured) won her novice flat and finished second in novice fences to help her team earn their first-ever outright high point team ribbon. In the fall of 2017 Worcester State and Boston University tied for high point team with 34 points each at the season opener co-hosted by Brandeis and Northeastern, so for a brief moment the Lancers were tied for first in the Region 4 team standings for the first time in program history. Matthews qualified for Regionals in both novice divisions during the fall semester.
From Templeton, Massachusetts, Hannah Campbell of Boston University is seen here after having won her walk-trot-canter class at the January 21, 2017 Winter Tournament of Champions invitational in Weyer's Cave, Virginia. Fast forward to 2018 Zone 1 Zones and Campbell finished second in the division to advance individually to IHSA Nationals in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Campbell closed out four years as a Terrier by placing eighth in the division at IHSA Nationals on May 3rd.
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The Zone 1, Region 4 Smorgasbord

 Schools competing in Zone 1, Region 4 during the 2018-2019 school year: Babson College, Bentley University, Boston College, Boston University, Brandeis University, Bridgewater State University, Curry College, Endicott College, Mount Ida College, Stonehill College, Tufts University, Wellesley College, Wheaton College (MA) and Worcester State University.

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 Spring 2019 Show Schedule for Zone 1, Region 4 (Zone 1, Region 4 is Hunter Seat or English Only):

englishSaturday, March 9 Endicott College (Host) at Lanes End Farm, Danvers, MA 9:00AM

englishSaturday, March 23 Stonehill College (Host) at Winter's End Farm, Stoughton, MA 9:00AM

englishSaturday, March 30 Zone 1, Region 4 Regionals at Holly Hill Show Stable, Hanover, MA Time TBA

englishSaturday, April 6 ZONE 1 ZONES at Mount Holyoke College Equestrian Center, South Hadley, MA Time TBA

englishThursday through Sunday, May 2 - 5 IHSA NATIONALS at the Exposition Center at the New York State Fairgrounds, Syracuse, NY Time each day TBA ENGLISH AND WESTERN

The Bridgewater State University show originally scheduled for March 10th has been cancelled. Show Schedule subject to change.

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Recent Region 4 Team Champions (Region 4 created from portions of regions 1 and 2 prior to the 1999-2000 season)

2000 - Tufts University
2001 - Boston University
2002 - Stonehill College
2003 - Stonehill College (2002-2003 IHSA
Hunter Seat National Champions)
2004 - Stonehill College
2005 - Stonehill College
2006 - Wheaton College
2007 - Stonehill College
2008 - Stonehill College
2009 - Stonehill College
2010 - Stonehill College
2011 - Tufts University
2012 - Stonehill College
2013 - Tufts University
2014 - Tufts University
2015 - Tufts University
2016 - Tufts University
2017 - Boston University
2018 - Boston University

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