USA Clay Target League Unveils New Website

The USA Clay Target League’s revamped website increases accessibility on mobile devices with streamlined navigation, along with easier access to information.

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posted on January 30, 2024
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USA Clay Target League student-athletes, coaches, parents and supporters can now access a new website built to provide scores, standings and information in an easy-to-use platform.
USA Clay Target League

The USA Clay Target League today announced the launch of its new website which offers an enhanced experience for student-athletes, coaches and parents.

The new website is part of the USA Clay Target League’s massive new ecosystem which encompasses all 50 state high school programs, along with collegiate and homeschool programs.

Previously, student-athletes and their families had to visit multiple websites at different times during the USA Clay Target League season. The new website was developed to bring as many of the USA Clay Target League’s information sources as possible into one mobile-friendly platform. Now, it is much easier to access rules, registration information, scores and standings, season awards, tournament information and more, since everything is in one centralized location.

Last year, 49,337 registered student-athletes participated in USA Clay Target League activities, with that number set to increase in 2024.

“The League will have more than 50,000 athletes and 10,000-plus coaches participating on as many as 1,800 teams in 45 states this year,” USA Clay Target League President, John Nelson said. “Such a large audience of athletes, coaches, parents and supporters requires a state-of-the-art website that is built to provide the scores, standings and information that audience needs, in an easy-to-use platform.”

The USA Clay Target League is a 501(c3) non-profit and bills itself as the largest youth clay target shooting sport program in the nation. It offers trap, skeet, sporting clays and five-stand leagues to secondary and postsecondary schools across the country, as well as homeschool students.

More about the USA Clay Target League: “The League is the only 100-percent school-approved clay target shooting sport program in America and the League’s co-ed and adaptive nature are key attractions to schools nationwide. The League is fully Title IX compliant with both men and women athletes competing on the same team. Additionally, it’s an adaptive sport, which allows students with physical disabilities to take part. The League’s priorities are safety, fun and marksmanship—in that order. The League is the safest sport in school, with not one reported injury since the inception of the League in 2001. Each athlete must complete firearm safety certification before participation.”

Check out the new USA Clay Target League website at usaclaytarget.com.

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