Ohio State University dominates competition at Scholastic Action Shooting Program’s Intercollegiate Pistol National Championship
The two top shooters at the two-day GARC Championship earlier this month were Kentucky's Allison Buesseler and Mary Tucker
At home on Senior Day, the University of Akron rifle team defeats North Carolina State, 4692-4662.
If her track record at Akron is any indication, Haverhill will be a force to be reckoned with on the international stage.
The Alaska-Fairbanks rifle team retained the No. 1 spot in the latest College Rifle Coaches Association poll rankings, followed by 2021 NCAA rifle champion Kentucky and Texas Christian University in the No. 2 and No. 3 spots.
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.
Which teams will reach out and grab the glory in the second half of the collegiate rifle season? The University of Alaska-Fairbanks rifle team ended 2021 on top, but can they fend off tough squads such as WVU and Kentucky in Part 2 of the 2021-22 rifle season? Read our preview.
WVU moved up in the CRCA Top 20 Poll for week seven of the NCAA rifle season. Kentucky falls from No. 2 to No. 13.
During Week 7 of the collegiate rifle season, Air Force, Murray State, Ole Miss, Texas Christian University and West Virginia University all posted aggregate scores higher than 4700 at their respective matches.