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Any Results from College Championship Shoot

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  1. PLTT

    PLTT TS Member

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    Does any know result from the ACUI championship shoot going on now ? Mark R
     
  2. Joe Potosky

    Joe Potosky Well-Known Member

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    Other then this....

    A college team’s first trip to the 40th Annual Intercollegiate Clay Target Championships in San Antonio this weekend is in limbo after their equipment was stolen Thursday night.

    The Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Skeet & Trap team ended their first day at the competition Thursday with dinner at a restaurant in the 6100 block of NW Loop 410. When the students returned to their vehicle, team member Brandy Mondin said, they found their vehicle had been broken into and their equipment gone.

    Mondin said five guns, ammunition and a laptop totaling about $20,000 were taken.
     
  3. krieghoff200

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    Shooting Team Moves Into First At National Competition

    Apr. 11, 2008- Lindenwood moved into first-place after day two of the ACUI Clay Target Collegiate National Championships in San Antonio, Texas.

    Lindenwood had a team score of 552 after the International Skeet and International Trap competitions. The Lions remained in a tight battle with Texas A&M who was just five birds behind Lindenwood.

    The competition continues on Saturday with the American Skeet event.

    International Skeet
    The shooting national championship opened up with the international skeet competition on Thursday.

    As a team, Lindenwood recorded a score of 276, which was second by three shots behind Texas A&M. Scoring for the Lions were B.J. Blanchard, who hit 94 targets, and Robert Auerbach and Mark Schutzius, who each hit 91.

    Individually, Alexandra Chiang won the women’s international skeet competition. She hit a total of 110 out of 125 targets during the day. Jessica Forbes finished fourth for the Lady Lions and Jenna Mclean was fifth.

    On the men’s side, Blanchard finished fourth individually. He tied for the top score of 94 during the team part of the competition. In the finals, he hit 23 of 25 birds and was in a three-way tie for second. In that shootout, he ended up fourth overall. Also advancing to the finals for Lindenwood were Mark Schutzuis, who finished sixth.

    International Trap
    Lindenwood won the International Trap team competition and also took the top two individual spots in the event.

    In the team race, the Lions hit 276 targets during the event, three ahead of Kansas State and four ahead of Trinity. Scoring for Lindenwood was Kory Stassi with a 97, Todd Pulis with an 85 and Mark Schutzius with a 94.

    Individually, Stassi added 23 targets during the final round to win first-place in the event. He concluded by hitting 120 of 125 targets, becoming the first Lindenwood champion in that event since 2004. Teammate Jesse Molstre was in a four-way tie after the first four rounds, but advanced to the finals after a shootout, and then hit 24 of 25 targets in the finals to move up to second-place.

    On the women’s side, Cassandra Ding was third after hitting 99 targets, and Julie Lambert was fourth, two targets behind Ding.

    todays events......GO LIONS
     
  4. krieghoff200

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    Shooting Team Has Won Three Of Four Events At Nationals

    Apr. 12, 2008- Lindenwood’s shooting team is finding success at the ACUI Clay Target Collegiate National Championships in San Antonio, Texas.

    With three days of shooting completed, Lindenwood has won three of the four shooting events as a team. Lindenwood has also won three of the individual titles and one of the women’s individual titles.

    The competition concludes on Sunday with the American Trap competition.

    International Skeet
    The shooting national championship opened up with the international skeet competition on Thursday.

    As a team, Lindenwood recorded a score of 276, which was second by three shots behind Texas A&M. Scoring for the Lions were B.J. Blanchard, who hit 94 targets, and Robert Auerbach and Mark Schutzius, who each hit 91.

    Individually, Alexandra Chiang won the women’s international skeet competition. She hit a total of 110 out of 125 targets during the day. Jessica Forbes finished fourth for the Lady Lions and Jenna Mclean was fifth.

    On the men’s side, Blanchard finished fourth individually. He tied for the top score of 94 during the team part of the competition. In the finals, he hit 23 of 25 birds and was in a three-way tie for second. In that shootout, he ended up fourth overall. Also advancing to the finals for Lindenwood were Mark Schutzuis, who finished sixth.

    International Trap
    Lindenwood won the International Trap team competition and also took the top two individual spots in the event.

    In the team race, the Lions hit 276 targets during the event, three ahead of Kansas State and four ahead of Trinity. Scoring for Lindenwood was Kory Stassi with a 97, Todd Pulis with an 85 and Mark Schutzius with a 94.

    Individually, Stassi added 23 targets during the final round to win first-place in the event. He concluded by hitting 120 of 125 targets, becoming the first Lindenwood champion in that event since 2004. Teammate Jesse Molstre was in a four-way tie after the first four rounds, but advanced to the finals after a shootout, and then hit 24 of 25 targets in the finals to move up to second-place.

    On the women’s side, Cassandra Ding was third after hitting 99 targets, and Julie Lambert was fourth, two targets behind Ding.

    American Skeet
    Despite losing its top skeet shooter to the U.S.A. Olympic team, Lindenwood still won the team competition.

    Lindenwood concluded the event by hitting 495 targets out of 500 as a team. This was good enough for a five shot victory over Texas A&M. For the team shoot, Mark Schutzuis had a perfect score of 100. Jon Shockley, Nicholas Gamel and Michael Hahn each recorded a 99 and Travis Mears had a 98.

    Individually, Schutzius was one of four shooters with perfect scores during the team competition. He then won the final round to take first-place in the competition. One of other shooters with a perfect 100 in the first four rounds was John Barnes. He finished fourth after the shootout.

    In the women’s shoot, Corina Bass finished third, the highest for a Lindenwood shooter. Jessica Forbes was fourth and Jenna Mclean was fifth. Bass hit 96 targets on the day, Forbes had 95 and Mclean hit 94.

    Five Stand
    Coming into this year’s five stand event, Lindenwood had never lost in its previous five years. That streak didn’t end as the team easily captured the five stand championship once again.

    Lindenwood had a team score of 220 in the event, 30 targets better than Southeastern Illinois. Travis Mears led the way hitting 47 of 50 targets. Nicholas Gamel and Mark Schutzuis hit 46, Jon Shockley hit 42 and Jesse Molstre hit 39.

    In the individual standings, Lindenwood took the top three spots. Mears was first, Gamel was second and Schutzius was third.

    On the women’s side, Corina Bass led the way with a runner-up finish. She tied with teammate Geri Williams by hitting 36 targets, and then winning the shootoff.
     
  5. krieghoff200

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    Word has it that Lindenwood has taken the Championship for the 5th straight year.......GO LIONS !!!!!!
     
  6. timb99

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    For the K-State fans, I received this in an e-mail from Fred Smith, the K-State trap team faculty advisor:

    Derrick Mein finished as National Champion, taking the High Overall All trophy for the entire tournament. He also finished National Champion in Individual Trap and was on the team that shot off for the Trap Team National Championship, that team taking second in the nation in Team Trap. Derrick had several top finishes in International Trap and Skeet, those results coming a bit later.

    Kansas State took second in the nation in Trap, Derrick Mein taking the Champion trophy, and Dean Dierksen taking second in the nation in Trap...a really sweet one, two finish. The club won the most improved trap team trophy, and may have one the most improved overall team trophy, unsure yet as some information has not yet been tabulated.

    Kansas State took second in the nation in International Trap, the team of Derrick Mein, Andrew Donahue and Dillon Stum.

    We are awaiting notification of some of the results as they just finished late on Sunday.
     
  7. krieghoff200

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    Use the above link to view complete results
     
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    http://www.ksdk.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=144520

    This is a sad thing for our youth. Thank God no one was hurt
     
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