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Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College has named alum Hannah McLochlin the new horse judging head coach. She will begin in her new role on August 1, 2024.

Originally from Plymouth, Indiana, McLochlin graduated from NEO in 2020 as a member of the equestrian team, horse judging team, Aggie Society, and Young Farmers and Ranchers of America. As a member of these successful teams at NEO, McLochlin was highly competitive and was a member of the 2019 AQHA World Champion Judging team.

She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture at West Texas A&M University where she was also a member of the horse judging team and Roger’s LEAD program. While a student there, her judging teams were Reserve World and Quarter Horse Congress Champions.

Most recently, McLochlin completed a master’s degree in animal science and assisted in coaching the horse judging team at Texas A&M University in College Station, while she was a graduate assistant. The team won multiple national championships and were awarded numerous Academic All-America honors.

“It is difficult to put into words the appreciation I have for NEO, the ag department, coaches, and heart driven faculty that filled me with so much knowledge and opportunities for growth,” said McLochlin. “This position has been a dream of mine since my first day as a student here, and I am eager and excited to get to work. NEO Agriculture is a legacy program, and I hope to add to its branded tradition.”

For more information, contact NEO Agriculture department chair and instructor Dr. Mary Booth at mary.booth@neo.edu or 918-540-6998.

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