From Medford, New Jersey, Katherine Titus of Long Island University (center, with her parents) was one of eight LIU riders to win a class at the October 13th Columbia University show. Titus was a winner in intermediate flat. Long Island University dropped the "Post" from their school name for the 2019-20 season and are no longer the Pioneers but rather the Sharks (the new nickname selected by alumni and students from both the Brookville and Brooklyn campuses). The changes have not affected the outcomes as LIU was a healthy 27 points ahead of current second place team Suffolk County Community College through three shows.

Camille Marchini of Columbia University is seen here holding the yellow ribbon she won in novice equitation on October 13th when the Lions hosted at Bergen Equestrian Center. From Sleepy Hollow, New York Marchini qualified for Regionals in the process. Through the first three shows Columbia and New York University were tied for third place with 75 points each.
With only two riders present on October 13th St. Joseph's College still managed eleven points. St. Joseph's director of riding Sheila Rodgers (on left) poses with freshman Shannon Salvia. From Miller Place, Long Island Salvia earned seven of their eleven points that day with a first in novice equitation.
At the October 6th season opener she pointed out of intermediate flat. A week later Sara Bonardi of New York University (on right, with head coach Ashton Phillips) won her first-ever open flat class to start the day. From Middletown, New Jersey, Bonardi was the only NYU rider to have qualified for Regionals through the first two shows.
Through October 20th Princeton University was sitting in the middle of the Region 4 team standings with 40 points. From St. Louis, Missouri, Johanna Smith of the Tigers (pictured) was high point rider at the October 6th season opener hosted by St. Joseph's. Princeton and NYU will co-host the final fall Region 4 show at Olde Towne Equestrian Center on November 17th.
From Massapequa Park, Long Island, Katlyn Lizzo of Molloy College (center, with head coach Carole Gerrity on right and assistant coach Victoria Ryan on left) earned the Lion's top ribbon of the day on October 13th when she placed third in limit over fences. Coach Gerrity has the all-time IHSA record for most years coaching one team. The IHSA was one big region (mostly in the New York metropolitan area) until creating a second region in the fall of 1972. Today there are 39 regions but Gerrity is the only individual still coaching from the days when the IHSA was still one region.
Though Peter Sellers of Hofstra University (pictured) is not related to the famous british actor with the same name he is a double major in film and anthropology. A sophomore from Denver, Colorado, Sellers is seen here after placing fifth in introductory equitation at the October 13th Columbia show. Hofstra will likely host either a spring show or Regionals at Country Farms sometime in the first three months of 2020.
Though she trained under Stony Brook University head coach Myrna Treuting for 13 years Jenna Pronsky (on left) is today a freshman at Suffolk County Community College. From Port Jefferson, Long Island Pronsky is seen here with Suffolk head coach Debbie Ritteriser after having placed second in intermediate flat on October 13th. Through the first three shows Suffolk was off to one of their best starts in program history, having won the Columbia show while sitting in second place overall.
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The Zone 2, Region 4 Smorgasbord

 Schools competing in Zone 2, Region 4 during the 2019-2020 school year: Adelphi University, Columbia University, Hofstra University, Long Island University, Molloy College, New York University, Pratt Institute, Princeton University, St. Joseph's College (NY), Stony Brook University and Suffolk County Community College.

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 Winter/Spring 2020 Show Schedule for Zone 2, Region 4 (Zone 2, Region 4 is currently Hunter Seat or English Only):

englishSunday, February 23 Pratt Institute (Host) at Jamaica Bay Riding Academy, Brooklyn, NY Time TBA

englishSunday, March 8 Adelphi University (Host) at the Thomas School of Horsemanship, Melville, NY 8:30AM

englishSunday, March 29 Zone 2, Region 4 Regionals at Country Farms, Medford, NY Time TBA

englishSaturday, April 4 ZONE 2 ZONES Hosted by St. Lawrence University at the Elsa Gunnison Appleton Riding Hall, Canton, NY 9:00AM 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

As of 2/6/20 it is unclear if an additional show will be added. Show Schedule subject to change.

Recent Region 4 Team Champions (Most of this region known as Zone 3, Region 1 1992-2005)

1997 - Fairfield University
1998 - S.U.N.Y. - Stony Brook
1999 - Fairfield University
2000 - Fairfield University
2001 - St. Josephs' College
2002 - Fairfield University
2003 - Fairfield University
2004 - Stony Brook University
2005 - Yale University
2006 - Columbia University
2007 - Fairfield University
2008 - New York University
2009 - New York University
2010 - St. Josephs' College
2011 - New York University
2012 - Stony Brook University
2013 - Stony Brook University
2014 - Long Island University - C.W. Post College
2015 - St. Josephs' College
2016 - St. Josephs' College
2017 - Long Island University - C.W. Post College
2018 - Long Island University - C.W. Post College
2019 - Long Island University - C.W. Post College

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