JACKSON, MI – The Grand Valley State University Rifle Club recently participated in the 2022 Michigan Rifle & Pistol Association’s Indoor Metric Smallbore State Championship. The match consisted of 60 shots fired in prone, standing, and kneeling positions.
The Lakers totaled two of the 10 entries in the match, which was held at Jackson County Sportsman’s Club. Leading the Lakers was Cassie Coulston-Gerigk (Wayne, Michigan). She finished third overall with a score of 549 (out of 600). She had a score of 192 in prone, 177 in standing, and 180 in kneeling. Alexander Straith (West Bloomfield, Michigan) was close behind in fifth place with a score of 546.
The mission of the GVSU Rifle & Pistol Club is to provide all students with the opportunity to participate in shooting sports, with an emphasis in three-position smallbore rifle, international air rifle, and air pistol. Regardless of skill or ability, all members can have a safe and enjoyable time interacting with fellow students and engaging in marksmanship. All equipment is provided, including guns, ammunition, and targets. The club meets Tuesdays from 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM and Thursdays 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM during the school year at the Grand Rapids Rifle & Pistol Club (1331 Nagel Ave SW, Wyoming). Practice attendance is not mandatory to be a member of the club; however, regular practice attendance is expected.
Please consider supporting the GVSU Rifle Club through a tax-deductible charitable contribution: https://www.gvsu.edu/giving/give-online2.htm?fundId=80818