Josh Froelich Takes Open Runner-Up At 2022 USPSA Multigun Nationals

Team Federal’s Josh Froelich finished second in the Open division at this year’s USPSA Multigun National Championship

posted on April 11, 2022
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Josh Froelich (left) receives the Open division second place award at the 2022 USPSA Multigun Nationals.

Team Federal’s Josh Froelich finished second in the Open division at the 2022 USPSA Multigun Nationals, held March 30-31 at the Clinton House Plantation in Clinton, South Carolina. His final score was 515.61, about 11 points behind the match winner, Jon Wiedell.

Froelich won three match stages outright: Stage 7 “Take a Big Step Back” (38.70), Stage 9 “I’m a Lead Farmer” (45.10) and Stage 12 “This Head Movie Makes My Eyes Rain” (39.71). (Stage 12 itself wins the unique stage name of the year award.)

The field of 139 shooters participated in the first USPSPA Multigun Nationals held in two years. Federal Ammunition was the presenting sponsor.

“Josh Froelich is an intense competitor and his excellent finish in a stacked field of competitors proved that. Konnor Fryburger also put forth a tremendous performance,” said Jason Spradling, Federal’s shooting sports promotions manager.

One of Team Federal’s newest members, the aforementioned Konnor Fryburger placed second in the Limited division with a score of 681.35. He is only 17 years old.

“This year’s Multigun Nationals was a fast-paced, fun match with almost no room for error on stages without losing points,” said Fryburger. “I really appreciate the effort from USPSA to make the rules more accommodating for 3-gunners, it allows the match to have a more relaxed and fun atmosphere.”

See the full results of the match at the Practiscore website. Learn more about Federal Ammunition at


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