Memphis junior Beth Lee had top-five performances in both smallbore and air rifle to lead the No. 12 Tigers rifle team to a second-place finish at the Gamecock Invitational last weekend. The results became official Tuesday.
Rifle - The No. 12 Memphis rifle squad wraps up the fall portion of its 2014-15 schedule this weekend. The Tigers face Columbus State in Columbus, Ga., Saturday and then compete in the Gamecock Invitational in Jacksonville, Ala., Sunday.
The No. 12-ranked Memphis rifle squad competed in the 2014 University of Akron Zippy Open Nov. 9, and the results of that event became official Thursday as the final shooters finished this past weekend.
The Memphis rifle squad fell in this week's Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association (CRCA) poll. The Tigers dropped two spots from No. 10 last week to No. 12 this week.
The Memphis rifle squad jumped back into the top-10 in this week's Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association (CRCA) poll. The Tigers are ranked No. 10 in the country.
Tigers freshman Haylea Broughton posted the team's top scores in smallbore and air rifle, but it wasn't enough in the No. 11 nationally-ranked Memphis rifle squad's loss to No. 1 and two-time defending NCAA champion West Virginia Saturday.
The No. 11 nationally-ranked Memphis rifle squad returns to action against two top-10 foes on the road this weekend. The Tigers first face No. 1 West Virginia Saturday and then meet No. 9 Akron Sunday.
After spending the previous three weeks in the top-10, the Memphis rifle squad dropped just two spots to the No. 11 position in this week's national poll.
Beth Lee and Haylea Broughton posted fourth-place performances in smallbore and air rifle, respectively, but it wasn't enough as the No. 9 Tigers dropped a 4667-4625 decision to No. 7 Nebraska.
After a two-week break from competition, the No. 9 nationally-ranked Memphis rifle squad hosts a top-10 match-up when it welcomes No. 7 Nebraska to the Bluff City Saturday.
Rifle - 10/30/2014
The Memphis rifle squad remained in the No. 9 spot for a third-straight week in the Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association (CRCA) poll. The rankings are based on the last aggregate score shot by each team.
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.