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2020 Fall Season Conferences & Awards!

AWARDS WILL BE POSTED HERE ONCE WEEK 5 STANDINGS ARE OFFICIAL ON 11/22 Congratulations to all teams and individuals on their 2020 Fall League accomplishments! Awards will be mailed beginning 12/1. Please allow 2-3 weeks […]

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COVID-19: Spring League Cancelled

The League has made the difficult decision to cancel the inaugural Spring 2020 USA College Clay Target League season due to the limitations concerning the COVID-19 virus. Please know we made every effort to conduct the league […]

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2019 Fall League Results & Awards!

Congratulations to all teams and individuals on their 2019 Fall League accomplishments! Awards will be mailed to the team shipping address listed in TMS. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Thank you coaches, schools, and […]

College Spotlight

Colleges

Dominant In The Desert

Looking through Arizona State University’s long list of accomplishments in clay target shooting, it’s hard to believe that the college is still a relative newcomer to the sport. […]

Aiming High

Back when Doug Pfaff was an undergraduate at Washington College, a small liberal arts school on the eastern shore of Maryland, the university’s trap and skeet club was little more than a social group for a handful of students who liked to shoot.
Fast forward 10 years and it’s grown into much more than that, with 15 members who compete nationally and 20–30 general members learning and enjoying the sport. […]

Hillsdale College – Top Of The Class

Situated about two hours from Detroit and just 20 miles from the Ohio-Michigan border, Hillsdale College is a private liberal arts school that values its independence – it doesn’t take any federal or state financial aid for student grants, loans, and scholarships. […]








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