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SCTP Collegiate Nationals Crowns New Champions

SCTP (Scholastic Clay Target Program) College Nationals returned to its historic fall schedule at the Cardinal Shooting Center with the International Bunker and Skeet Disciplines kicking off the event on the 6th of October. These very challenging clay target sports continue to gain the attention of American competitors and coaches, with many Olympians at Tokyo having spent previous time as athletes or supporters of the SCTP.

Using the newly constructed international venue at the Cardinal Center, SCTP saw one of the newest teams to the SCTP College cadre, University of the Ozarks from Arkansas would take top honors in both of the International Divisions of Bunker Trap and International Skeet.

Top achievements:

• Lindenwood University shot a 989/1000, taking top tournament honors in the American Trap event

• Jacksonville University set a SCTP College Nationals record in Sporting Clays, shooting a 985/1000

• Emmanuel College took the top spot in the 5-Stand event, shooting a 474/500

Fort Hays State University was high team in the American Skeet category with a 986/1000. They started with only missing 1 target out of their first 500 (499/500) and would go on to be the tournaments High Over All team.

Sporting Clays D-1

Lindenwood University 1st Place 977

Emmanuel College Clay Target Shooting 2nd Place 970

University of Alabama Clay Shooting Team 3rd Place 960

Sporting Clays D-2

Fort Hays University 1st Place 981

Clemson University 2nd Place 958

University of the Ozarks 3rd Place 956

Sporting Clays D-3

Jacksonville University Sporting, Skeet and Trap Team 1st Place 985

William Penn Shotgun Sports 2nd Place 944

Montreat College Clay Target Team 3rd Place 937

Sporting Clays D-4

Hawkeye RedTails Sports Shooting 1st Place 931

Indian Hills Community College Sports Shooting Team 2nd Place 906

Sporting Clays Individual

Jessica Knox Ladies’ 1st Place- Clemson University 191

Raylee Bishop Ladies’ 2nd Place- William Penn Shotgun Sports 191

Emmy Zerby Ladies’ 3rd Place- University of Alabama 191

Jared Greenwood Men’s 1st Place-Fort Hays University 200

Hayden Floyd Men’s 2nd Place- Jacksonville University 199

Zach Abbott Men’s 3rd Place- Jacksonville University 198

Trap D-1

Lindenwood University 1st Place 989

Emmanuel Clay Target Shooting 2nd Place 973

Bethel University 3rd Place 957

Trap D-2

Fort Hays University 1st Place 987

Hillsdale College-2nd Place 985

University of Ozarks- 3rd Place 985

Trap D-3

William Penn Shotgun Sports 1st Place 974

Montreat College Clay Target Team 2nd Place 974

Jacksonville University Sporting, Skeet and Trap Team 3rd Place 964

Trap D-4

Hawkeye RedTails Sports Shooting 1st Place 976

Indian Hills Community College Sports Shooting Team 2nd Place 951

Trap Individuals

Jade Chapman Ladies’ 1st Place-Fort Hays University 195

Gianna Mitchell Ladies’ 2nd Place-Lindenwood University 195

Jaycee Beckham Ladies’ 3rd Place-Montreat College 195

Woodrow Glazer Men’s 1st Place-Hillsdale College 200

Joshua Corbin Men’s 2nd Place- Hillsdale College 199

Lane Ward Men’s 3rd Place-University of the Ozarks 199

Skeet D-1

Emmanuel College Clay Target Shooting 1st Place 974

University of Alabama Clay Shooting Team 2nd Place 972

Lindenwood University 3rd Place 971

Skeet D-2

Fort Hays University 1st Place 986

Hillsdale College 2nd Place 980

Clemson University 3rd Place 959

Skeet D-3

Jacksonville University Sporting, Skeet, and Trap Team 1st Place 973

William Penn Shotgun Sports 2nd Place 972

Montreat College Clay Target Team 3rd Place 965

Skeet D-4

Hawkeye RedTails Sports Shooting 1st Place 942

Indian Hills Community College Sports Shooting Team 2nd Place 931

Skeet Individuals

Katie Petersen Ladies’ 1st Place-Fort Hays University 198

Jami Garrizzio Ladies’ 2nd Place- Bryan College 197

Tatelyn Benton Ladies’ 3rd Place-Clemson University 194

Kyle Fleck Men’s 1st Place-Hillsdale College 200

Lane Sorensen Men’s 2nd Place-Fort Hays University 199

Hayden Floyd Men’s 3rd Place-Jacksonville University 198

5-Stand D-1

Emmanuel College 1st Place 474

Bethel University 2nd place 433

University of Alabama Clay Shooting Team 3rd Place 423

5-Stand D-2 Clemson University 1st Place 458

5-Stand D-3

Jacksonville University Sporting, Skeet, and Trap Team 1st Place 459

Bryan College 2nd Place 385

Grace College Shooting Sports Club 3rd Place 341

5-Stand D-4

Hawkeye RedTails Sports Shooting 1st Place 410

Indian Hills Community College Sports Shooting Team 401

5-Stand Individuals

Dakota Duke Ladies’ 1st Place-Bethel University 85

Joan Green Ladies’ 2nd Place-Emmanual College 85

Kaitlyn Koenig Ladies’ 3rd Place-Jacksonville University 84

Aaron Copelan Men’s 1st Place-Emmanual College 97

Austin Cagle Men’s 2nd Place-Jacksonville University 97

Coty James Men’s 3rd Place-Emmanual College 96

Bunker Trap D-2 University of the Ozarks 1st Place 385

Bunker Trap D-3

William Penn Shotgun Sports 1st Place 378

Jacksonville University Sporting, Skeet and Trap Team 2nd Place 370

Grace College Shooting Sports Club 3rd Place 248

Bunker Trap D-4 Hawkeye RedTails Sports Shooting 1st Place 340

Bunker Trap Individuals

Lacy White Ladies’ 1st Place-Bryan College 82

Ida Brown Ladies’ 2nd Place-Hillsdale College 79

Chantry Stermer Ladies’ 3rd Place-Jacksonville University 75

Manny Butdorf Men’s 1st Place-Jacksonville University 90

Jacob Tucker Men’s 2nd Place-University of the Ozarks 84

Lance Thompson Men’s 3rd Place- Jacksonville University 83

I-Skeet D-2 University of the Ozarks 1st Place 362

I-Skeet D-3 William Penn Shotgun Sports 1st Place 359

I-Skeet D-4 Hawkeye RedTails Sports Shooting 1st Place 286

I-Skeet Individuals

Alexis Teribury Ladies’ 1st Place-Hawkeye RedTails Sports Shooting 64

Kyle Fleck Men’s 1st Place-Hillsdale College 93

Joshua Corbin Men’s 2nd Place-Hillsdale College 93

Keaton Little Men’s 3rd Place- University of the Ozarks 97

Overall Champions:

The High Overall Lady title was claimed by Katie Peterson of Fort Hays State University shooting a 583/600. Katie improved her score by 43 targets from last year’s Nationals.

Men’s HOA, belongs to Hayden Floyd of Jacksonville University who shot a 595/600 for top honors. Hayden’s score is the new HOA collegiate record!

Jacksonville University Shooting Team, High Overall Champions, Division-3

The High Overall team awards were determined by 200 target Trap, 200 target Skeet and 200 target Sporting Clays:

HOA D-1

Lindenwood University 1st Place 2,937

Emmanuel College Clay Target Shooting 2nd Place 2,917

University of Alabama Clay Shooting Team 3rd Place 2,887

Bethel University 4th Place 2,851

HOA D-2

Fort Hays University 1st Place 2,953

Hillsdale College 2nd Place 2,920

University of the Ozarks 3rd Place 2,896

Clemson University Shotgun Club 4th Place 2,886

HOA D-3

Jacksonville University 1st Place 2,922

William Penn Shotgun Sports 2nd Place 2,887

Montreat College Clay Target Team 3rd Place 2,876

Grace College Shooting Sports Club 4th Place 2,636

Olivet College 5th Place 2,594

HOA D-4

Hawkeye RedTails Sports Shooting 1st Place 2,849

Indian Hills Community College Sports Shooting Team 2nd Place 2,788

Networking and recruitment at Nationals:

Back by popular demand, high school athletes were invited to join the shoot, allowing them to compete in a separate high school competition. Intended as a useful opportunity for coaches interested in meeting the next class of shooters, the integration of networking is now a mainstay of College Nationals. Additionally, this gave rising athletes an opportunity to learn from college-level athletes and become familiar with college shooting programs throughout the nation.

Next up at the Cardinal Shooting Center: SCTP Olympic Training Camps and SCTP National Championships:

In addition to SCTP College Nationals, the Cardinal Shooting Center is also home to SCTP Olympic Training Camps, Spring Regional Championships, and July’s SCTP National Championship, the biggest shoot in Cardinal Center history. In the previous season’s event, over 2.2 million rounds were safely fired as teams of junior shooting sports athletes stepped to the line at their National Championships in an attempt to make it to the podium under the grandstand lights. The 2022 SCTP National Championship kicks off July 9th with the International Skeet and Trap events, followed by American disciplines, side games, and awards through the 16th.

Register Now for 2019 SCTP College National Championships

Register now for the Scholastic Clay Target Program National College Championships to be held Oct. 18-20 at the Cardinal Center Campground and Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio.

Make your plans to attend today. Online registration is now available through the SSSF’s SHOT system.

Log into your team account in SHOT system then select competitions tab on the bottom left of your screen. Click on the “Register for Shoots” link, then the National Shoots link to find the event and register your team. Registration must be done by a coach or team administrator on the team’s SHOT account.

Participating teams must be currently registered with the SSSF/SCTP for the 2019/2020 shooting season prior to attending.

Considered Ohio’s premier public shooting sports facility, the Cardinal Center offers impressive trapshooting and sporting clays ranges, as well as an indoor heated pool, lake for fishing, lots of outdoor activities, and great facilities for family camping, including 400 camp sites, with nine standard cabins and 20 deluxe cabins available to rent. Wifi service is available on the grounds as well.

The center is located at I-71 (exit 140) and St. Rt. 61, just 30 miles north of Columbus. For those not keen on camping, there are a number of additional lodging options located within 15 minutes of the Cardinal Center.

Download complete event information here… 

2017 SCTP College Nationals

Marengo, OH – The SCTP College Nationals were held October 27-29, 2017 at the “Spooky” Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, OH. The facility, decked out with ghouls, goblins and witches, was once again the host for this 3rd annual College event!

231 athletes of representing 25 teams from 15 states made up over 700 registrations at this year’s College Nationals! Throwing over 125,000 clay targets in Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays, Bunker Trap and 5-Stand kept the Cardinal Center staff quite busy for a few days.

This year’s tournament experienced some very “terrifying” weather thanks to Mother Nature! Rain and snow coupled with temperatures dipping into the low 30’s made for some very interesting rounds!

Division 1 teams comprised of this year’s (HOA) champions, Lindenwood University of Missouri! Runner up, Midland University of Nebraska gave them a tough battle as did 3rd place Bethel College from Tennessee.

Division II teams included this year’s champion’s Martin Methodist of Tennessee (who had the overall HOA high score for the 2nd straight year), runner-up Ft. Hayes State University of Kansas followed by Hillsdale College of Michigan.

Division III schools were represented by this year’s National Champions Emanuel College of Georgia, Runner-ups University of Alabama Clay Shooting Team and 3rd place team, Eastern Kentucky University.

This year, the SCTP added Division IV. This newly added division will consist of 2 Year Colleges of which was won by Roane State Community College of Tennessee with Runner-up, Hawkeye Community College of Iowa!

Individuals turning in stellar performances included Ladies HOA winner, Paige Denny of the Midland University Shotgun Team and Men’s HOA winner, Riley Ross representing Ft. Hayes State. These athletes won Shamrock Leather Shooting bags compliments of the SCTP and Shamrock! Other notables were a perfect performance shot in the Skeet event (200 Straight) by Eli Christman – Martin Methodist College!

Braving the snow and frigid temperatures all day at the 2017 SCTP College Nationals on Saturday, athletes found some energy to compete in a “Spooktacular” Last Competitor Standing competition along with a costume judging contest (by their peers)!

For the costume contest, coming in 1st place and dressed as a Panda Bear was Darrien Lettman. 2nd place went to Noah Adair dressed as a clown and 3rd place went to a chicken worn by Mark Beardsley! These athletes were awarded shamrock leather products and ammunition provided by Fiocchi. Congratulations and great job by all of our costume wearing athletes!!

Competing in the Last Competitor Standing competition and toughing out the below average temperatures of a late October evening were the following athletes: Dressed as a “T-Rex” and fighting off all competition was the champion and “Last Competitor Standing”, Christian Salvanera! The Runner up award was won by Andy Carey with 3rd place going to Ty McCaskey, 4th awarded to Marcus Draves and 5th going to Nathan Hembree!

Great job to all of the competitors and we sure hope you all had a wonderful time!

“Great facility, great teams/coaches/athletes/parents and cold weather! The SCTP Team worked very hard and thoroughly enjoyed working with these great teams. We are extremely excited and looking forward to next year’s tournament!” commented Tom Wondrash, SCTP National Director. “We received the final score sheet at about 2:00pm on Sunday, started handing out awards at 2:15 and were finished (waving good-bye) to the teams and athletes by 3:00pm! It just doesn’t get any better than that for these teams!”

For a full list of results and finishes in all disciplines, please see our website at www.sssfonline.org and click on “results”.

The SCTP would like to Thank the Cardinal Shooting Center for their hard work, Jeff McClure from the MidwayUSA Foundation and all the parents and teams for attending and supporting our great program!

See complete results from the 2017 Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) College Nationals from the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, OH on the SSSF‘s SHOT system. Click on “leaderboards”, select the event you wish to see results for then select the leaderboard you would like to see. See the results here!

Parties interested in starting Clay Target Shooting teams with the SCTP can contact any one of the SCTP Staff for assistance.

National and Regional Competitions Kickoff Friday in Ohio

Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) and Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) teams from across the country will be in action this weekend at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, OH competing for national and regional titles.

The 2017 SCTP College National Championships starts Friday with 239 athletes from 16 states pre-registered. College athletes will compete in trap, skeet, sporting clays, 5-stand and international bunker trap over three days. Over 700 event entries are currently registered with Martin Methodist College and others back to defend their 2016 titles.

The 2017 SASP Ohio Regional event will feature over 100 athletes from six states competing for titles in rimfire pistol, centerfire pistol, rimfire rifle (iron sights), rimfire rifle (optics) and the new 1911 division.

The Cardinal Center will be decked out in Halloween decor with student-athletes participating in costume contests on Saturday. Everyone will be sure to have a “spooktacular” time!

Register Now for 2017 SCTP College Nationals

Register now for the 2017 SCTP National College Championship to be held Oct. 27-29,  at the Cardinal Center Campground and Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio. See all of the event details here.

So, make your plans to attend today. Online registration is now available through the SSSF’s SHOT system.

Log into your team account in SHOT system then select competitions tab on the bottom left of your screen. Click on the “Register for Shoots” link, then the National Shoots link to find the event and register your team.

Participating teams must be currently registered with the SSSF/SCTP for the 2017/2018 shooting season prior to attending.

The event is shaping up to be one of the best in SCTP history and the organization is expecting an impressive turnout. Participants are sure to have a blast, and as a bonus, the SCTP will award over $75,000 to Team Endowment Accounts at the MidwayUSA Foundation.

To celebrate the Halloween weekend, the facilities will be decked out in “spooktacular” Halloween décor and participants can take part in a Saturday night costume contest. May the best ghoul win!

Considered Ohio’s premier public shooting sports facility, the Cardinal Center offers impressive trapshooting and sporting clays ranges, as well as an indoor heated pool, lake for fishing, lots of outdoor activities, and great facilities for family camping, including 400 camp sites, with nine standard cabins and 20 deluxe cabins available to rent. Wifi service is available on the grounds as well.

The center is located at I-71 (exit 140) and St. Rt. 61, just 30 miles north of Columbus. For those not keen on camping, there are a number of additional lodging options located within 15 minutes of the Cardinal Center.

2017 SCTP College Nationals

Save the date for the 2017 SCTP National College Championship to be held Oct. 27-29, 2017. The 2017 SCTP National College Championship will be held at the Cardinal Center Campground and Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio.

So, make your plans to attend today. Online registration will soon be available through the SSSF’s SHOT system. Participating teams must be currently registered with the SSSF/SCTP for the 2017/2018 shooting season prior to attending.

The event is shaping up to be one of the best in SCTP history and the organization is expecting an impressive turnout. Participants are sure to have a blast, and as a bonus, the SCTP will award over $75,000 to Team Endowment Accounts at the MidwayUSA Foundation.

To celebrate the Halloween weekend, the facilities will be decked out in “spooktacular” Halloween décor and participants can take part in a Saturday night costume contest. May the best ghoul win!

Considered Ohio’s premier public shooting sports facility, the Cardinal Center offers impressive trapshooting and sporting clays ranges, as well as an indoor heated pool, lake for fishing, lots of outdoor activities, and great facilities for family camping, including 400 camp sites, with nine standard cabins and 20 deluxe cabins available to rent. Wifi service is available on the grounds as well.

The center is located at I-71 (exit 140) and St. Rt. 61, just 30 miles north of Columbus. For those not keen on camping, there are a number of additional lodging options located within 15 minutes of the Cardinal Center.

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