The No. 10-ranked University of Memphis rifle squad competed in the 2015 Great American Rifle Conference (GARC) Championships this weekend and placed fourth overall out of nine squads. All nine teams in the GARC are ranked among the nation's top-20.
Rifle - Memphis' Haylea Broughton, Amy Fister and Beth Lee all earned Great American Rifle Conference (GARC) honors at the league's annual championships this weekend.
The Memphis rifle squad returns to action this weekend when it travels to Oxford, Miss., to compete in the Great American Rifle (GARC) Championships.
Amy Fister shot a career best in air rifle and Makennon Doran recorded season highs in both disciplines to lead the Tigers to a second-place finish at the NCAA Sectional/Qualifier last weekend.
The Memphis rifle squad returns to action Sunday, Feb. 22 at the NCAA Sectional/Qualifier. Murray State is hosting the NCAA Sectional/Qualifier.
Amy Fister and Beth Lee both posted top-10 performances to help lead the No. 9 nationally-ranked Tigers to a fourth-place finish at the Withrow Invitational this past weekend.
The Memphis rifle squad returns to action Sunday, Jan. 25 when it competes in the Withrow Invitational, hosted by Murray State. Other programs participating are No. 4 Kentucky, No. 18 Ole Miss, No. 3 Jacksonville State, No. 16 UT Martin and No. 8 Murray State.
Haylea Broughton set the program record in air rifle in the Tigers' match against No. 4 Kentucky Sunday, but it wasn't enough as the Wildcats posted a narrow 4670-4654 win. Memphis, ranked No. 9 in the nation, also fell to No. 15 N.C. State 4633-4611 Saturday.
The Memphis rifle squad returns to action this weekend with two home matches against nationally-ranked foes. The Tigers host No. 15 N.C. State Saturday and No. 4 Kentucky Sunday.
The 2014-15 University of Memphis Rifle Media Guide. The 20 page guide contains media information, coaches and player bios, statistics, a 2013-14 review, records and the history of the Tigers' program.
Rifle - 12/4/2014
Freshman Haylea Broughton recorded season bests for aggregate score and air rifle to lead the No. 9 nationally-ranked Tigers rifle squad to a win over Columbus State.
The Memphis rifle squad moved back into the top-10 in this week's Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association (CRCA) poll. The Tigers jumped three spots from No. 12 last week to No. 9 this week.