Upcoming Events

2016–17 Season

Western International Conference Championship
March 17–19 | Olympic Training Center | Colorado Springs, Colo. (New Location)
Register | Match Program

ACUI Collegiate Clay Target Championships
March 28–April 2 | National Shooting Complex | San Antonio
Register | Match Program | Event Information
(open to college shooters only)

ACUI-BJ McDaniel Athlete and Coach Olympic Shooting Camp
Aug 16–19 | Delta Resort and Spa | Tillar, Ark.
(by invitation only)

Full Schedule

Helpful Resources

Eligibility Form

Code of Conduct


Guide to Establishing a Program (NSSF) 
Guide to Developing a Program (NRA)
Presentation on Establishing a Program (Fort Hays State University & NSSF)
Advice on Starting a Team (University of Arizona Head Coach)


Coming to ACUI events gives students the tools to work on developing a team at their home campus, opens doors to the shooting industry for them, and provides leadership opportunities.

 

Schools represented in the 45-year program have had as few as one participant or as many as 60. One student can proudly display their school banner at the championships even if the school does not have a recognized club or team.

Growth of the sport over the last 10 years culminated with a 2016 national competition, which featured 697 students from 76 schools across the United States. This is double the number of students who participated four years ago. The majority of the participants shoot three or more events, and those who shoot in all six disciplines then can qualify for the High Overall Awards. Last year, nearly 98% of students participated in American Trap, the tournament’s top event. The biggest year-on-year growth was the 24% jump in the number of registered events by these students. This increase prompted the development of the CTC Shotgun Bowl Series; with the support of benefactor MidwayUSA, 12 conference championships were scheduled across the country in the 2016-17 academic year.