Team Roping • Inducted 2004

No one in ProRodeo history has qualified for more National Finals Rodeos and National Finals Steer Ropings than Tee Woolman of Llano, Texas. Thirty-seven and counting to be exact, as of 2003. Tee, short for TeeSquantee (Cherokee for “boys of the woods”) won his first of three world team roping titles as a rookie in 1980 with legend Leo Camarillo. A header, Woolman also owns four NFR aggregate titles, an NFSR aggregate crown and has won more than $2 million in the arena. “It’s a big privilege and honor to be in there,” Woolman said. “There are a lot of great cowboys and people in the Hall. And while you are still active makes it better.”


Accolades

Biography

World Championships: 3

Team Roping: 1980, 1982, 1991

National Finals Rodeo Average Champion

All-Around: 1985, 1995

Team Roping: 1980, 1982, 1987, 1990, 2005

Steer Roping: 1998

Rookie of the Year

Team Roping: 1980

RAM Circuit Finals Rodeo Champion

Team Roping: 1997

RAM Circuit Year-End Champion

Texas Circuit:

All-Around: 1993, 1995

Team Roping: 1980, 1984, 1986, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 2003

Steer Roping: 1993, 1994, 1995, 2001

Born: December 4, 1956 in Vinita, Oklahoma

Joined the PRCA: 1980

NFR Qualifications: 45


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