Created in 1936, the All-American award honors collegiate shooters in the rifle, pistol, and shotgun disciplines. Award recipients are selected by NRA's Collegiate Programs Committee, one of 39 policy-making committees of the Association. The selection committee is comprised of individuals well known in the competitive shooting community. Some committee members are former All-Americans, have served as coaches of All-Americans, or both.
Five days after setting an NCAA record score, the Mountaineers surpassed their own record.
The first time you score a 10.9* on electronic targets, using paper targets will be a distant memory.
The biggest spotlight will be on Olympic gold medalist and 2016 USA Shooting Athlete of the Year Ginny Thrasher.