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The NCAA Rifle Championship is an annual co-educational rifle national collegiate championship sponsored by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The tournament includes an individual and team championships consisting of the two-day aggregate scoring of the smallbore competition and air rifle competition. You The national championship rounds are contested annually in mid-March. West Virginia and Alaska have combined to win 29 of the 40 team championships.
The current team national champions are the TCU Horned Frogs who won their third national championship in Morgantown, West Virginia, hosted by WVU on March 8 and 9, 2019. The individual titles were swept by Texas Christian University with freshman Kristen Hemphill winning the air rifle title and freshman Elizabeth Marsh winning the small-bore title. Also of note, Georgia Southern senior Rosemary Kramer fired an NCAA Championships record score of 599 out of a possible 600 points in the air rifle qualification round.
Under NCAA rules, rifle is technically designated as a men’s sport, however it actually has been a coed sport since 1980. Schools sponsoring rifle may field anywhere from one to three teams. If a school chooses to sponsor more than one team, it may have any combination of men’s, women’s, and coed teams. Two schools field men’s and women’s teams, two field women’s and coed teams, and VMI fields all three types of teams.
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