We asked four collegiate coaches for their views on the following hypothetical question: “I have practiced dry-firing and sight-picture drills to train my eye and trigger finger for a controlled, well-timed shot. Our local club coach tells me my position is correct (head erect with a well-supported position, etc.). Are there any exercises or weight training that will help reduce my ‘wobble area’ and stabilize my hold, or should I just concentrate on my sight picture and accept a certain amount of movement?”
No. 1 WVU Mountaineers continue win streak, No. 2 TCU Horned Frogs have strong start, No. 3 Kentucky defeats No. 13 Navy at home
Named in honor of Pat Spurgin Pitney, an eight-time All-American and gold medalist in the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics
Twice the size of the previous venue, the new Bill McKenzie Mobile Range is equipped with e-targets and has more than enough capacity to host a NCAA rifle championship
Kristen Hemphill and fellow TCU freshman Angeline Henry traded the top spot for six rounds during a thrilling final, where eventually Hemphill bested Henry to secure the victory with a score of 248.2.
West Virginia University, the Air Force Academy and the University of Kentucky are ranked one through three, respectively, according to the first CRCA poll of this season. The CRCA (College Rifle Coaches Association) rankings are determined from each team's highest score fired so far this season.
For the second week in a row, the WVU rifle team is ranked No. 1 in the CRCA poll. TCU jumps two spots to No. 2. The two schools will face off in Morgantown on Oct. 26.