The University of Memphis rifle squad remained in the No. 9 spot for a second-straight week in the Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association (CRCA) poll.
Rifle - The Memphis rifle squad split its matches Oct. 12-13 and remained in the top-10 of this week's national poll. The Tigers dropped two spots from No. 7 to No. 9.
Elizabeth Lee and Amy Fister swept individual honors in both air rifle and smallbore Monday, but it wasn't enough as the No. 7 Tigers dropped a narrow 4632-4326 decision at No. 13 Army.
Elizabeth Lee shot a match-best 583 in smallbore, and senior Max Burkhardt tied a personal-best 592 in air rifle to lead the No. 7 nationally-ranked Tigers rifle squad to a 4651-4641 win over No. 16 Navy Sunday.
The No. 7 nationally-ranked University of Memphis rifle team is back in action Oct. 12-13 with matches on the East Coast at Navy and Army.
The Memphis rifle squad made a move up the national poll this week. The Tigers climbed four spots from No. 11 in the Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association (CRCA) preseason poll to No. 7 in the CRCA's first regular-season poll.
The No. 11-ranked University of Memphis rifle squad opened its 2014-15 campaign this past weekend with two top-five performances in the Ole Miss Open and Tiger Open.
The No. 11 nationally-ranked Tigers travel to Oxford, Miss., Friday, Oct. 3 for the Ole Miss Open before returning to the Bluff City Sunday, Oct. 5 to host the Tiger Open.
For the fourth-straight season, the University of Memphis rifle team is ranked in the Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association (CRCA) preseason poll. The Tigers are ranked No. 11.
MURRAY, KY - The Memphis rifle team showed the country what it could do on Saturday, closing out their NCAA Championship run as the fourth best team in the nation after posting a 2349 air score and an aggregate of 4669 for the weekend.
Rifle - 3/14/2014
MURRAY, KY - After day one of the Memphis rifle team's first NCAA Championship appearance since 2005, the Tigers look like post-season veterans posting a smallbore team score of 2320 and currently sit in third place overall.
The University of Memphis rifle team, which is currently ranked No. 6 in the nation, is in the midst of its final practices prior to traveling to the 2014 NCAA Rifle Championships.