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Tee Woolman


Events: Team Roping (Heading), Team Roping
Born: 12/4/1956 Vinita, Okla.
Joined PRCA: 1980
PRCA Career Earnings: $2,445,574.00
World Titles Won: 3 (1980, 1982, 1991)
WNFR Qualifications: 26 (1980-2000, 2002-2005, 2007)
Current Residence: Dayton, Texas

2015 world standings place: 418th
2015 earnings: $298
NFSR qualifications: 19 (1985-2001, 2004-05)
Wrangler NFR average titles: 5 (1980, 1982, 1987, 1990, 2005)
NFSR average titles: 1 (1998)
Tour Finale qualifications: 13
    Winter: 2001-05
    Summer: 2000, 2003-06
    Championship: 2003-05
Education: Southeastern Oklahoma State University (Durant)

Professional
2016 Highlights
• Won the Lehi (Utah) Roundup
Career Highlights
• 2014: Finished 333rd in the world standings with $859
• 2013: Finished 315th in the world standings with $1,270
• 2012: Won the Helotes (Texas) Festival Association Rodeo, with Dee Rampy. Finished 203rd in the world standings with $3,645
• 2011: Finished 392nd in the world standings with $460
• 2010: Finished 373rd in the world standings with $683
• 2009: Finished 141st in the world standings with $5,530
• 2007: (Partner Cory Petska) Finished in at least a tie for third place in Rounds 1, 2 and 10 at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Won the San Angelo (Texas) Stock Show and Rodeo; the Wild West Pro Rodeo (Silver City, N.M.); the World’s Oldest Rodeo (Prescott, Ariz.);
the Southwestern International Rodeo (El Paso, Texas) and the Oklahoma State Fair Championship Rodeo (Oklahoma City); co-champion Lawton (Okla.) Rangers Rodeo. Finished 11th in the world standings with $84,904
• 2006: Extended his PRCA record for total NFR/NFRS appearances to 42; with heeler Kinney Harrell won the all-around and team roping title at the 70th Annual Will Rogers Memorial Rodeo (Vinita, Okla.); the all-around title at the Inter-State Fair and Rodeo (Coffeyville, Kan.); the all-around title at Sonora (Texas) Outlaw ProRodeo; the Wrangler ProRodeo Tour Round at the California Rodeo Salinas; the XIT Rodeo & Reunion (Dalhart, Texas) and  the average title at the Angelina County Benefit Rodeo (Lufkin, Texas)
• 2005: Extended his PRCA record for total NFR/NFSR appearances to 41; with partner and heeler Cory Petska won his fifth average title at the Wrangler NFR with a total time of 71.7 seconds on 10 head; placed in seven out of 10 rounds en route to the average title and world champion runner-up finish; won the average title at the Pendleton (Ore.) Round-Up; won the all-around title at the Cheyenne (Wyo.) Frontier Days Rodeo; won the Snake River Stampede (Nampa, Idaho) and the Oakley (Utah) Independence Day Rodeo; was co-champion in the steer roping at the Amarillo (Texas) Tri-State Fair Rodeo; placed first in the team roping and second in the all-around at the Wrangler NFR and fifth in the Steer Roping National Finals with earnings of  $76,731 (TR), $80,531 (AA), $3,800 (SR); finished the year second in the world in team roping with $147,669 and fifth in the all-around with $171,517 ; finished the year 15th in the steer roping with $23,748
• 2004: Inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame; Surpassed the $2 million mark in career earnings at the Greeley (Colo.) Rocky Mountain Independence Stampede. Finished sixth in the world team roping standings with $110,627, seventh in steer roping with $35,353 and seventh in the all-around with $145,989. Was third in the average at the Wrangler NFR with Cory Petska where they won $57,760; finalist at Pace Chute-out (Las Vegas) with Kirt Jones; tied for Tour round win at Cheyenne (Wyo.) Frontier Days with Patrick Smith; won Tour round at the California Rodeo Salinas with Patrick Smith; was a semifinalist at Pace Picante ProRodeo Classic (Dallas) with Cory Petska; placed in four of 10 rounds at the Wrangler NFR, tying for the win in Round 9 with a time of 3.8 seconds with Cory Petska; won the Wrangler NFR all-around title with $68,486
• 2003: (partner Kyle Lockett) Won New Mexico State Fair & Rodeo (Albuquerque); horse Megazord finished third in the AQHA Horse of the Year contest; co-winner in Round 8 with a 4.0-second run at the Wrangler NFR; qualified for his 20th Wrangler NFR in team roping, tying all-time event record; finished sixth in the world team roping standings with $101,665; 28th in the steer roping with $11,067 and eighth in the all-around with $112,733
• 2002: Qualified for his 19th Wrangler NFR in team roping, tying all-time event record; finished eighth in the team roping header standings, 21st in the steer roping and 12th in the all-around
• 2000: Won (with Mike Beers) the Dodge City (Kan.) Round-Up, Days of ‘47 (Salt Lake City) and Sandhills Stock Show & Rodeo (Odessa, Texas); won all-around title at Dodge City (Kan.) Round-Up
• 1999: Co-champion (with Zane Bowers) at the Lea County Fair and Rodeo (Lovington, N.M.)
• 1998: Won the National Finals Steer Roping average title
• 1996: Won (with Rich Skelton) the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo and Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo (Colorado Springs, Colo.); won the all-around title at Lea County Fair and Rodeo (Lovington, N.M.) and Texas Circuit Finals Rodeo
• Won all-around title in Texas Circuit in 1996 and won team roping titles in 1980, 1984, 1986, 1992 and from 1995-96
• NFR team roping average champion, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1990 and 2005

Awards
PRCA Team Roping Rookie of the Year, 1980; Horse Megazord voted as the PRCA/AQHA Team Roping Head Horse of the Year, 2004

Personal
6-1, 180...Wife, Jacque; son, Walker Mack...Hobbies include hunting...In 2001, had a horse fall with him, breaking several ribs, wrist and shoulder and knocking him out of the Wrangler NFR...His full name is TeeSquantee, which is Cherokee for “boy of the woods.” He was named after Cherokee Chief TeeSquantee Ballard, who was a distant relative of his mom. Tee is half Cherokee and half Irish...Since 1980 he has also made an annual showing aboard Texas Quarter Horse breeder Carol Rose’s horses at the AQHA World Championship Show in Oklahoma City…His family was featured on The Learning Channel’s (TLC) hit show While You Were Out. With the help of the show’s crew, Tee redecorated their master bedroom while his wife, Jacque, was gone. The show aired April 23, 2004
 
 
 
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