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.
On Nov. 14, the top-ranked Alaska-Fairbanks rifle team broke the aggregate and smallbore NCAA score records in a match against Navy, 4749-4694.
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.
In March, the College Rifle Coaches Association announced that Ole Miss rifle’s Marsha Beasley and Jean-Pierre Lucas were named Coach of the Year and Assistant Coach of the Year, respectively.
No. 1 Kentucky, No. 2 TCU, No. 3 WVU, No. 4 Nebraska and No. 5 Akron dominate the latest NCAA rankings.
The second half of the season has seen Kentucky rise, thanks in part to a slew of victories on the road this month.
The weekly CRCA rankings has Kentucky as the top rifle school in the country.
The weekly CRCA rankings has Texas Christian University the top rifle school in the country, followed by West Virginia University.
WVU and TCU remain at the No. 1 and No. 2 spots in the weekly CRCA rankings, while the Navy rifle team jumps two spots after a big win on the road against Ohio State.