Collegiate Rifle: TCU, WVU, Alaska-Fairbanks Lead Teams Qualifying For 2023 NCAA Championship
The 2023 NCAA rifle championship will kick off March 10 at the University of Akron’s Rhodes Arena.
Collegiate Rifle: Great America Rifle Conference Championship Lands Akron In No. 5 Slot
The Akron Zips rifle team wrapped up its record-breaking season with a fifth-place finish in the eight team-field at the 2023 GARC Championship on Feb. 25-26 at WVU in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Collegiate Rifle: No. 1 TCU Defeats UTEP, No. 3 WVU Takes Down No. 9 Navy
TCU rifle shooters take top eight individual spots in aggregate leaderboard against University of Texas-El Paso, while Mary Tucker leads WVU rifle to victory over the Naval Academy.
Collegiate Rifle: Akron Establishes New Records At Weekend Doubleheader vs. Ole Miss, WVU, Ohio State
Last weekend the Akron rifle team posted the second highest score in program history, along with a new team air rifle record. Akron faced Ole Miss, West Virginia and Ohio State at home Jan. 21-22, 2023.
Collegiate Rifle: Ole Miss Moves Up To No. 1, TCU Grabs Second Spot In CRCA Rankings
The Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association poll for the week of November 8, 2022, ranked Ole Miss in the No. 1 spot for the third time in school history
Collegiate Rifle: No. 1 WVU Defeats No. 10 Akron
The No. 1-ranked West Virginia University Mountaineers opened its rifle season at the No. 10 Univ. of Akron Zips home range.
West Virginia University To Host 2025 NCAA Rifle Championship
WVU previously hosted the 2019 NCAA Rifle Championship on its campus in Morgantown, W.Va.
Former WVU Rifle Standout Morgan Phillips Joins Memphis As Graduate Assistant Coach
A two-time NCAA smallbore champion (2017-18), Phillips was also the 2017 NCAA runner-up in air rifle.
Looking Back At The 2010 NCAA Rifle Championship
Learn about the surprise upstart squad that ended up winning the 2010 NCAA rifle championship, and at the 30th anniversary of the match, no less.
Collegiate Rifle: Kentucky Wins GARC Championship
The win marks the first GARC title for the Univ. of Kentucky Wildcats since 2009. WVU placed second and Akron third. Kentucky shooters Will Shaner and Mary Tucker earned individual honors.