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The ASU Rodeo Team competes in the NIRA Southwest Region against teams from 17 other colleges and universities in Texas and New Mexico. In addition to representing ASU, our team also embodies San Angelo’s rich rodeo heritage. Our rodeo student-athletes train near the same facilities that host one of the largest PRCA rodeos in the nation, the annual Cinch Roping Fiesta and the Bulls of the West freestyle bullfighting competition.

In our region, rodeo is more than just an event, it’s a lifestyle. Because of this, the ASU Rodeo Team enjoys incredible support from both the Ram Family and the San Angelo and area communities.

Competitive Events

Student-athletes on the ASU Rodeo Team compete for both team and individual points in a variety of popular rodeo events.

Two Angelo State cowboys riding horses roping a calf

Men’s Events

  • Bareback Bronc Riding
  • Bull Riding
  • Saddle Bronc Riding
  • Steer Wrestling
  • Tie-Down Roping
  • Team Roping

Angelo State cowgirl riding a horse roping a calf

Women’s Events

  • Barrel Racing
  • Breakaway Roping
  • Goat Tying
  • Team Roping


Our ASU Rodeo Complex includes an indoor practice facility that allows our rodeo student-athletes to practice year-round. It is located at the San Angelo Fairgrounds, right next door to the city’s other outstanding rodeo venues. The ASU facility includes:

The ASU Rodeo Complex is also where our rodeo student-athletes board their horses and store their equipment.

Meet the Coach

Portrait of Casey Sisk Our head coach, Casey Sisk, has coached collegiate national champions and is also an accomplished rodeo cowboy, having won regional and national titles at the collegiate level and on the PRCA Turquoise Circuit. Our rodeo student-athletes learn from the best.

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