August 6, 2010

Ivy League Clays: Reviving Competitive Collegiate Shooting in the USA

Nice story from the National Shooting Sports Foundation on the effort to bring competitive clay target shooting back to the college level in the northeastern U.S.  Special grants from the CSSI are now helping schools start teams (but it's worth noting that the Yale team traces its roots back to the 19th century and along with West Point they've kept the tradition alive while few others have.)

1 comment:

  1. Shooting Clay pigeons in trap or skeet format is a great form of competition and should be encouraged at College level. I shoot as often as possible to saty sharp for bird hunting and thoroughly enjoy it.