With three more regular season matches remaining, Akron rifle is “All gas, no brakes” moving forward. The victory against Memphis moved the team up one spot in the latest rankings to No. 8.
No. 1 Kentucky, No. 2 TCU, No. 3 WVU, No. 4 Nebraska and No. 5 Akron dominate the latest NCAA rankings.
Border Patrol’s Robert Vadasz wins 10th straight NRA National Police Shooting Championships—his 11th victory overall.
This year in Mississippi, Vadasz finished the championship 26 points higher in the X-count than any other competitor.
Buoyed by strong performances from Helen Oh and Brian Kim, the Coast Guard Academy pistol team cruised on to win their first NRA Intercollegiate Pistol Championship, breaking the 5-year consecutive win streak held by the Ohio State University
U.S. Border Patrol Senior Agent Robert Vadasz is the 2018 NRA National Police Shooting Champion—securing a ninth consecutive victory and his 10th overall win at the match—which ties the current record
WVU jumps back to the top spot after a victory at TCU, Air Force moves up two rankings to No. 2
In 2005 at Camp Perry, Gy/Sgt. Brian Zins of the U.S. Marine Corps pistol team went from an elite bullseye shooter, to one of the greatest of all time after winning a record seventh NRA Pistol Championship title