ACUI and SCTP are proud to announce that the 2022 International National Championships and Upper Midwest Conference Championships will be October 5–9 at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio. This tournament will be the inaugural event held in partnership between the ACUI and SCTP and held in place of SCTP’s Collegiate National Championships.
Participating collegiate athletes will have 125 targets and the match finals to compete for the team and individual national championships; first place in the men’s and women’s categories for each discipline will earn a spot on the SCTP International Team!
The International Championships will be combined with the Upper Midwest Conference Championships, which offers American disciplines: American Trap, American Skeet, Sporting Clays, Doubles American Trap, Double American Skeet, and Super Sporting.
Registration will open September 10; the deadline is October 2 for all disciplines.
To recognize this inaugural event, additional awards given away including scholarships, ammunition, door prizes, and a firearm donated by the SCTP!
Teams and athletes should create an account in SCTP’s “SHOT” system prior to registration opening. · Go to mysctp.com.
· Select “coach login” at the top of the page.
· On the next screen, choose “Register Team” (orange box)
· Follow the remaining instructions
You will not be able to squad your athletes if this is not done. Please do not pay membership fees to SCTP for your athletes and coaches; this will be handled for you by ACUI.
This collegiate tournament will be the inaugural event held in partnership between the ACUI and SCTP. This event (formally known as the SCTP Collegiate National Championships) will now be held October 5-9 at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio.2022_2023_ACUI_SCTP-College-Intl-Nationals
ACUI and SCTP are proud to announce a partnership for the 2022–23 collegiate shooting sports season. This endeavor will allow the two organizations to enhance their respective programs.
“For over 50 years, ACUI has offered a collegiate competitive program focused on the growth and development of college students” said John Taylor, ACUI Chief Executive Officer. “All of us at ACUI have seen the positive impact of the clay target shooting sports on individual students, their personal growth and maturity. We are excited to be strengthening and expanding our program through a new partnership with SCTP.”
Through this partnership:
“I think this is a very good move for ACUI as well as SCTP,” said SCTP National Director Tom Wondrash. “Utilizing our SHOT system for scoring and registration will make all ACUI/SCTP College events run quickly and smoothly. We couldn’t be happier to partner with ACUI and look forward to a strong and long-lasting relationship with them!”
In the future, ACUI and SCTP plan to enhance SCTP’s coach training program with additional youth leadership education. Our intent is to offer the best College shooting experience possible for our athletes!
If you would like to learn more about the ACUI or SCTP collegiate programs, please contact Tom Wondrash at Tom@mysctp.com or Taylor Miotke at email@example.com.
ACUI (Association of College Unions International), one of the oldest associations in higher education, was founded in 1914. ACUI is the largest organization that represents student centers and student unions. ACUI started its clay targets program more than 50 years ago and hosts the largest collegiate national championship, as well as several regional events throughout the year.
The Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) has been running shotgun shooting events for fourth graders through collegiate athletes since its inception in 2001 by the National Shooting Sports Foundation. SCTP hosts some of the largest shooting events in the world, including the SCTP National Championships. This year’s record-breaking numbers of over 3,500 athletes, 9,000 registrations, and about 2 million clay targets to be thrown will mark yet another milestone in youth clay target shooting!
|Hillsdale College||Jordon Hintz|
|Culver Stockton College||Brenden Mowen|
|Lake Superior State||Terry Carr|
|Saint Leo University||Daniel Konesky|
|Jacksonville University||David Dobson|
|Fort Hayes State||Dr. Shepard|
|Simpson College||Dan Martin|
|Bethel University||Bub Edwards|
|Montreat College||Hub Powell|
|Warner University||Doug Elmore|
|Grace College||Paul Blair|
|Emmanuel College||John Shealy|
|Lindenwood University||Mike Elam|
|Washington College||Doug Pfaff|
|Wartburg College||Chad Wood|
|Concordia University||Julie Fingeroos|