Keegan Singleton
Keegan Singleton

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Millington, Tenn.

High School:
Homeschooled

Height:
6-1

Experience:
2L


Senior Year: - The senior closed his career out with a cumulative 1,150 score (team-high) at the Great American Rifle Conference Championships, 20 points higher than he shot just two meets before (1,130 against Ole Miss). His final season shooting for the Tigers included being the team's highest scorer in smallbore four times with a 574 against Nebraska, 565 at the NCAA Qualifier, 562 at Columbus State, and 560 against Army. In smallbore, Singleton shot a 566 at The Newkirk Invitational at Tennessee Tech, a 561 at the Ole Miss Invitational, a 561 helping Memphis to third place at UT-Martin, and a 560 at Jacksonville State. In air rifle, Singleton broke 580 four times, and only shot below 575 once. His highest score was also a team-high 583 against Columbus State. Singleton also shot 582 against Army, 581 against North Carolina State, 580 against Nebraska, 578 at the Memphis Open, 577 against Kentucky, 576 at the NCAA Qualifier and at the Ole Miss Invitational, and a 575 at Jacksonville State.

Junior Year: - As a junior from Millington, Singleton added to his career as one of Memphis' top shooters. In air rifle, Singleton compiled top ten finishes at Jacksonville State and at the Tiger Spring Open. He shot a 581 against national power West Virginia and against UK/Army in a quadrangular meet, where his 565 in smallbore left him with a top ten combined shooting perfomance for the Tigers. The junior twice shot 580, against Nebraska and Murray State. Singleton also bested 570 in air rifle three other times in 2008-2009 with a 575 against North Carolina State, a 572 at the Newkirk Invitational, and a 571 at the Memphis Open. In smallbore, Singleton also maintained his ability to shine in big moments leading all shooters with a 572 score at the Memphis open. He bettered that with a 575 showing against West Virginia. Other highlights included 567's against Nebraska, in an upset of the then eighth-ranked Cornhuskers, and against Murray State. Singleton shot at least 565 three other times in smallbore during the season.

Sophomore Year: - Shot a 584 to lead the team to victory at the Tiger Spring Open against UAB and Mercer.

Freshman Year: - Qualified for the NCAA Championships as a true freshman in the air rifle competition as an individual....Finished 37th in his first NCAA trip to the championships held at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with a cumulative score of 571 in the air rifle.

Prep: Was homeschooled by his parents...Was the Tennessee State Champion in Smallbore Shooting in 2004 and 2005....Was coached in shooting by his dad, Clayton.

Personal: Born April 14, 1987 in Denver, Colo....Son of Clayton and Annette Singleton.

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