U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit competitor Sagen Maddalena earns Air Rifle and Smallbore gold medals at the 2022 USA Shooting National Championships
Twice is nice: For the second consecutive year, Texas Christian University left the NCAA rifle championships with more for its trophy case
Air Force Academy freshman Rockett wins his first-ever NCAA air rifle title at home after a thrilling final
Tokyo Olympic gold medalist and Kentucky rifle team superstar Will Shaner takes top smallbore spot over teammate Mary Tucker
The two top shooters at the two-day GARC Championship earlier this month were Kentucky's Allison Buesseler and Mary Tucker
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.
Coach Will Anti is keeping his No. 1-ranked team’s eye on the prize heading into the spring semester.
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.