National Competition

SDSU competes on a national stage, which includes teams from Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Georgia just to name a few. This gives the team opportunity to show their skills across the nation for many different audiences. 


The SDSU Jackrabbits compete in the National Collegiate Equestrian Association, which is the premier conference for equestrian competition. The NCEA includes top ranked teams from across the nation. The difficutly of the conference allows the Jackrabbits the ability to compete at a high level.

DeHaan Equestrian Center

The DeHaan Equestrian Center is where the Jackrabbits practice and compete in front of their fans. The center was opened in 2008, with a donation from Nathelle and Lawerence Dehaan. The facility includes an indoor riding area, 42 stalls with a additional areas for grooming and preparing the horses. There is also a team locker room and a study area for the riders.

Coaching Experience
Head coach Megan Rossiter has been with the Jackrabbits since June of 2011, but is no stranger to the world of equestrian. Megan was a graduate assistant for Oklahoma State Univesity and also was appointed to assistant coach at OSU. During her time there, the Cowgirls won national championships in 2003, 2004, 2006, and the reserve national championship in 2005.

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