Rifle Finishes Second in Air Rifle at Jacksonville State
Oct. 29, 2008
JACKSONVILLE, Ala. - - The University of Memphis rifle team finished second in the air rifle and third in smallbore competition at Jacksonville State.
The Tigers finished second in the air rifle event with a team score of 2294, finishing behind Jacksonville State's 2323 and ahead of University of Nevada-Reno's 2294. Andrew Hahn's 580 was the fourth-highest individual score in the air rifle part of the event, followed by Jenna Quick's 575, good for 7th overall. Keegan Singleton also posted a top-10 finish, with a 571. Jessica Phenis (568), Kaitlynn Lee (567), Britton Watson (564), Rustin Russell (562) and Greg Morton (552) rounded out the Memphis shooters.
In the smallbore competition, Memphis finished third of the three teams with a 2239. Andrew Hahn led Memphis with 566, followed by Jenna Quick's 564. Britton Watson was right behind with a 561 while Keegan Singleton finished with a 558. Rustin Russell was the fourth, and final, team score in the smallbore team competition, shooting a 551. Russell's score counted with teammate Singleton, Quick and Hahn in the team score. Freshman Jessica Phenis and Kaitlynn Lee rounded out the competition with a 549 and a 537, respectively.
The Tigers will next compete at fellow Great American Rifle Conference member Kentucky, Nov. 8th in Lexington.