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National Championships for Shotgun 2014 USA Shooting


For some, the USA Shoot- ing National Championships for Shotgun were a tune-up for something bigger, for others it was opportunity to begin anew and perhaps a prelude of things to come. Whatever the individual goal, overall results were impressive as USA Shoot- ing’s shotgun program showcased its depth and talent over eight August days in Colorado Springs. Jake Wallace (Castaic,


California) earned his fi rst National title in Men’s Trap. Two-time Olympian Corey Cogdell (Eagle River, Alaska) reminded everyone that an Olympic spot will still have to go through her as she eased the sting of not making the World Champi- onship team with a National Championship. The ultra-competitive Men’s Double Trap event saw its fourth different champion in as many years with four-time Olympian and 2008 Olympic gold medalist Glenn Eller (Houston) tak- ing this year’s top honors. It was Eller’s fi rst U.S. title since 2010. He was also part of a championship marquee moment, dueling


junior World Champion Ian Rupert (Muncy, Pennsylva- nia) in a 112-target shootoff for the “bronze-medal fi nal” the fi rst day, then a 30-tar- get shootoff the following day to see who would move on to the gold-medal fi nal. In Skeet, a fi rst-time


champion was crowned with Morgan Craft (Muncy Valley, Pennsylvania) win- ning in convincing fashion while World Team member Dustin Perry (Lovelady, Texas) became the only repeat champion in the fi ve Open division categories by virtue of a shoot-off against Hayden Stewart (USAMU/ Columbia, Tennessee). As a result of their National Championship per- formances, skeet athletes Phillip Jungman (Caldwell, Texas) and Stewart along with trap athlete Alex Rennert (Surfside, Florida) earned National Team ap- pointments for the fi rst time in their careers while Kayle Browning (Wooster, Arkan- sas) was welcomed back after her third-place fi nish in women’s trap.


Athlete (Top 3 Places) Corey Cogdell (Eagle River, Alaska)


Ashley Carroll (Solvang, Calif.) Kayle Browning (Wooster, Ark.) Ashley Carroll (Solvang, Calif.)


Sam Smith (Spring Hill, Tenn.) Aeriel Skinner (Jackson, Calif.) Jake Wallace (Castaic, Calif.)


Matt Gossett (Springville, Ala.) Alex Rennert (Surfside, Fla.) Trey Hill (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) Ryne Barfi eld (Poulan, Ga.)


Dustin McGowen (Greenwood, Ark.) Richard Chordash (Ithaca, N.Y.)


David Senter (Saint Helens, Ore.) Guy Avedesian (Ocala, Fla.) Glenn Eller (USAMU/Houston, Texas)


Jeff Holguin (USAMU/Yorba Linda, Calif.) Derek Haldeman (USAMU/Sunbury, Ohio) Ian Rupert (Muncy, Pa.)


Christopher Webster (Bainbridge, Ga.) Logan Mountain (Palmdale, Calif.) Morgan Craft (Muncy Valley, Pa.)


Kim Rhode (El Monte, Calif.) Haley Dunn (Eddyville, Iowa) Brandy Drozd (Bryan, Texas) Dania Vizzi (Odessa, Fla.)


Hannah Houston (Columbia, Tenn.) Dustin Perry (Lovelady, Texas)


Hayden Stewart (USAMU/Columbia, Tenn.) Phillip Jungman (Caldwell, Texas) Phillip Jungman (Caldwell, Texas)


Will Thomas (West Des Moines, Iowa) Zachary McBee (Gilbert, Ariz.)


Sr. Men’s Trap


Men’s Double Trap


Jr. Men’s Double Trap Women’s Skeet


Jr. Women’s Skeet


Men’s Skeet Jr. Men’s Skeet Event Women’s Trap


Jr. Women’s Trap


Men’s Trap Jr. Men’s Trap


Left: USAMU team members shoot Double Trap, middle: Logan Mountain and Christopher Webster, right: Senior Men’s Trap medalists. Year in Review 2014 | USA Shooting News 51


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