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2013-14 OLE MISS RIFLE


INTRODUCTION

CONTENTS MEDIA INFORMATION 1-3 Table of Contents ....................................................................... 1 Quick Facts ................................................................................. 1 Roster ......................................................................................... 2 Beginner’s Guide To Rifle............................................................ 2 Media Information....................................................................... 2 COACHING STAFF 4-5 Head Coach Valerie Boothe ........................................................ 4 Assistant Coach Natasha Dinsmore ............................................ 5 2013-14 REBELS 6-15 MaryAnn Banks ......................................................................... 6 Sarah Emery ............................................................................... 6 Rena Goodwin ............................................................................. 8 Melissa Quartarone .................................................................... 9 Abbey Stanec ............................................................................ 10 Nicolle Thiry .............................................................................. 11 Alison Weisz .............................................................................. 12 Alivia Yeager ............................................................................. 13 HISTORY & RECORDS 16-19 2012-13 Season Review .......................................................... 16 Year-by-Year Records ..........................................................17-18 GARC ......................................................................................... 18 School Records ......................................................................... 19 Junior Olympics ......................................................................... 19 Letterwinners ............................................................................ 19 THIS IS OLE MISS 20-23 Athletics Support .................................................................20-21 Patricia C. Lamar National Guard Readiness Center ............22-23 GENERAL INFORMATION Name: University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) Location: Oxford, Miss. Founded: November 6, 1848

Enrollment: 22,535 Nickname: Rebels Colors: Cardinal Red & Navy Blue Conference: Great America Rifle Conference Chancellor: Dr. Daniel W. Jones ADMINISTRATION Director of Athletics: Ross Bjork Sr. Exec. Associate AD: Stephen Ponder Exec. Associate AD/SWA: Lynnette Johnson Sr. Associate AD/Compliance: Matt Ball Sr. Associate AD/Health & Sports Performance: Shannon Singletary Sr. Associate AD/Academic Support: Derek Cowherd Sr. Associate AD/Communications & Marketing: Michael Thompson Associate AD/Financial Operations: Angela Robinson Assistant AD/Media & Public Relations: Kyle Campbell Assistant AD/Marketing: Jason List Assistant AD/Information Technology: Joey Brent Assistant AD/Internal Operations: Jamil Northcutt NCAA Faculty Representative: Dr. Ron Rychlak ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS Assistant AD/Media and Public Relations: Kyle Campbell Associate Director(Rifle): Kim Ling Office Phone: 662.915.5255 Cell Phone: 662.801.2578 E-Mail: kling@olemiss.edu Fax: 662.915.7006 Associate Director: Bill Bunting Associate Director: Joey Jones Associate Director: Daniel Snowden Assistant Director: Metz Camfield Assistant Director: Jessica Poole Senior Staff Assistant: Ashley Mangrum Mailing Address: PO Box 217 / University, MS 38677

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Overnight Address: 908 All-American Drive University, MS 38677 Web Site: www.OleMissSports.com COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Valerie Boothe Office Phone: (662) 915-1082 Office Fax: (662) 915-5648 Year at Ole Miss: 17th Alma Mater: Ole Miss, 1997 Assistant Coach: Natasha Dinsmore CREDITS Designer/Editor: Kim Ling and Nicole Bounds Cover Design: Dan Pellegrino Photo Credits: Joshua McCoy


INTRODUCTION

OLE MISS ROSTER NAME Mary Ann Banks Sarah Emery Rena Goodwin Melissa Quartarone Abbey Stanec Nicolle Thiry Alison Weisz Alivia Yeager

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HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Hueytown, Ala. (Hope Christian School) Acworth, Ga. (Allatoona) Winchester, Mass. (Goodwin) Stone Mountain, Ga. (Parkview) Sharon Center, Ohio (Highland) Elizabeth, Pa. (Serra Catholic) Belgrade, Mt. (Belgrade) Louisville, Ky. (Seneca)

Head Coach: Valerie Boothe Assistant Coach: Natasha Dinsmore

A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO RIFLE OVERVIEW: Competitors shoot in three different positions (prone, standing and kneeling) from a distance of 50 ft. with a .22 caliber rifle. The Bull’s-eye, or 10-ring, is one-half millimeter wide, the size of the period at the end of this sentence. RIFLES: By international rules, .22 caliber rifles used in competition can weigh up to 12 lbs. for women and 17 lbs. for men. COURSE OF FIRE FOR AIR RIFLE: Competitors have 115 minutes to fire 60 shots in the standing position.

CLEANED: A perfect target, in which the shooter hits a 10 on each of the 10 bulls on the sheet. Can also be used in reference to a perfect match.

RANGE OFFICER: The person in charge of timing the match and “running the line” (assisting shooters who are having difficulties).

FRONT SITE: The sight attached to the end of the barrel of the rifle, holding the front aperture.

REARSITE: The sight attached near the rear of the gun where adjustments can be made.

INNER 10: Also known as an “X” achieved when the shot hole is completely inside the 9 ring.

RECORD SHOTS: Also known as “for record shots,” those shots that are counted toward the match score, with “sighters” not included.

IRON SIGHTS: Sights that employ no magnification. COURSE OF FIRE FOR SMALLBORE: Competitors have 20 minutes to fire 20 shots in prone, 40 minutes to fire 20 shots standing and 30 minutes to fire 20 shots kneeling. There is a 15-minute equipment change period in between stages. SCORING: Each bull on a target is worth a maximum of 10 points which could equal 100. The six targets are added together to make up the total score. A perfect score of 600 is the maximum for both smallbore and air rifle. SHOOTING TERMS AIR RIFLE: A gun that uses a .177 caliber lead pellet propelled by a charge of compressed air instead of a gunpowder charge. BULL: Shortened form of “bull’s-eye.” There are 12 bulls per target, 10 for competition and two for “sighters.”

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RELAY: Shooters firing the match at once at a designated time. KNEELING: Shooting from a kneeling position with the offhand (non-trigger side) supported by the off knee. STANDING: The unsupported standing position (shooting “off the hand” rather than with the nontrigger arm supported on a knee to the floor). PLUG: A metal device the same size as the shot hole, used to score targets. Variations include the “inner plug,” with which the score is determined by the contact point of the innermost portion of the plug, and the “outer plug,” in which the contact point of a small ring on the outermost portion of the hole is used to determine the score.

SMALLBORE: A .22 caliber gun used in competition. SIGHTERS: Practice shots taken before going for “record shots.” TIE BREAKING: Ties in matches are broken as follows: Smallbore: 1) by the last 10 shot string starting with kneeling 2) by the next 10 shot string working backwards Air Rifle: 1) by the highest score by target in reverse order

PRONE: Shooting from a lying position.

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COACHES & STAFF

HEAD COACH

VALERIE BOOTHE 17TH YEAR | OLE MISS | 1997 Valerie Boothe is in her 17th season as head coach of the Ole Miss rifle program. The only coach in school history, Boothe was hired prior to the start of the 1996-97 season when rifle became a varsity sport at Ole Miss. “Valerie is a hard worker who is very passionate about the sport of rifle,” Executive Associate Athletics Director, Lynnette Johnson says. “Her loyalty and dedication have been very obvious during her 16 years. She is well-respected in her sport and continues to work to maintain our program in the national spotlight. “This program was built from the ground up and all of the credit goes to Valerie. She has been quick to assemble one of the most respected programs in the country. We are very proud to have her as our head coach and I am excited about our team this year.” From the start, Boothe had a vision. Knowing that the program would begin as a work-in-progress, she was willing to put in the time and effort for a chance at having long-term success. Now, as the team prepares to open its 17th season, it seems as if Boothe’s long hours, positive attitude and patience have paid off. The program enters the 203-14 campaign with a strong foundation of five seniors returning and three freshmen. “We have a very talented group returning for this season as well as some new faces. We know what we want out of this season and will work until we get it,” said Boothe. In 2012, Boothe guided sophomore Abbey Stanec to the school’s second, second place finish at the NCAA Championships. In 16 seasons at Ole Miss, Boothe has helped several individuals to a variety of accolades. In 2008, Shannon Wilson became the second Rebel to win a conference title when she claimed the smallbore crown at the GARC Championships. Jennifer Lorenzen claimed the combined title just one year before. Boothe also guided Rebels Keely Stankey and Erica Swanson to top-10 finishes in the air rifle at the 2009 U.S. Junior Olympics. She has tutored numerous athletes to success at the Junior Olympic level, including helping lead Wilson to gold in the smallbore at the 2006 U.S. Junior Olympics. Under Boothe’s watch, Ole Miss Rifle had its most successful season ever in 2005-06. The Rebels earned their first ever appearance in the NCAA Championships, attained the program’s first NCAA sectional victory and saw Ole Miss set or tie school records for team aggregate, air rifle and smallbore scoring, as well as individual air rifle and smallbore marks. Shannon Wilson was named the program’s first first-team All-American by the National Rifle Association, and Jennifer Lorenzen picked up her second consecutive All-America honor. In all Boothe’s club has received seven All-American Awards. In 2006, Boothe was recognized as National Coach of the Year by the Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association. The program has continued to excel both at the range and in the classroom as evidenced by the fact that Boothe has coached 32 different studentathletes to All-Academic honors. In 2013, all seven players earned Collegiate Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic honors. 4 | @OLEMISSNOW | @OLEMISSRIFLE | @VALERIEBOOTHE

In 2008, Casey Phillips earned second-team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America honors, the first such honor in program history. Phillips, a Phi Beta Kappa scholar, graduated with a perfect 4.0 GPA. A native of Livingston, Tenn., Boothe was a collegiate shooter at UT-Martin from 1992 to 1996. She won the Tennessee State Smallbore title in 1994 in addition to capturing four Tennessee State Air Rifle championships from 1993 to 1996. Boothe also competed in the Junior Olympics on four different occasions. Boothe has served as a member of several national committees, including the NCAA Rifle Committee from 2002-07 and NRA Collegiate Programs Committee. After serving as the NCAA’s interim chairperson in 2003-04, Boothe was promoted to full-time chair the following year and now is serving as a committee chair on the NCAA Committee. Boothe earned a bachelor’s degree in social work from Ole Miss in 1997and also holds an NRA coaches certification. and is a member of the Oxford-University Methodist Church. She and her husband, Christopher, reside in Oxford with their two daughters -- Sarah and Olivia. Boothe is a member of the Oxford-University Methodist Church.

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COACHES & STAFF

ASSISTANT COACH

NATASHA DINSMORE THIRD YEAR | WEST VIRGINIA | 2008 Natasha Dinsmore is in her fourth season with the Ole Miss Rifle program after being promoted to assistant coach in September of 2011. Dinsmore served as a graduate assistant for the team in the 2010-2011 season, after concluding a fouryear career on the West Virginia Rifle team. Dinsmore assists Boothe in coaching, recruiting and with administrative duties, as well as in strength and conditioning and organizing team travel. Dinsmore received the inaugural GARC Assistant Coach of the Year Award at the Conference Championships last February. “It was such a honor to receive this award, and I will continue to work hard throughout this next season to keep the team proud to have me as a coach,” Dinsmore said.

Dinsmore went to Morgantown as a walk-on student-athlete, earned a scholarship and was a four-year letterwinner. She took up competitive shooting while visiting Germany on a Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Scholarship. After falling in love with the sport, Dinsmore turned down a field hockey scholarship to pursue her new found love of shooting in college. From State College, Pa, Dinsmore earned the GARC Academic Award for having the highest GPA on the Mountaineer team in 2006 and was named to the Athletic Academic Honor Roll every semester as a student at WVU. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Animal and Veterinary Sciences in 2008 and followed that with a Master’s in Agriculture, Forestry and Consumer Sciences in 2010. Dinsmore recently completed a Master’s of Science in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Exercise Physiology here at Ole Miss.

SUPPORT STAFF

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Jon Nance Academic Counselor

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PLAYER BIOS

PLAYER BIOS

MARY ANN BANKS SENIOR | 3L HUEYTOWN, ALA| HOPE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL  2011 GARC High Prone Shooter  SEC Academic Honor Roll 2012-13 (Junior Season): Concluded the season with an average of 574.8 in air rifle and 563.7 in smallbore ,.. Posted a season-best 583 in air on Nov. 10 against North Carolina State and 573 in smallbore in the Tiger Invitational (Oct. 4) ... Collegiate Rifle Coaches’ Association Academic All-American. 2011-12 (Sophomore Season): Concluded the season with an average of 576.5 in air rifle and 566.3 in smallbore, while both averages each improved five points from her freshman season ... Posted a career-best 583 in air on Oct. 9 against Army and 579 in smallbore against Air Force (Oct. 5) ... Fired a 582 in air versus Nebraska (Oct. 22) ... Shot a 578 in smallbore against Army (Oct. 9). 2010-11 (Freshman Season): Won the award for High Prone Shooter at the 2011 GARC Championships (Feb. 27) ... Finished the season with an av- erage of 570.9 in the air rifle and 561.2 in the smallbore ... Posted career best mark of 581 in the air rifle against N.C. State (Oct. 9), and 569 in the smallbore at the GARC Championships (Feb. 27) ... Posted a mark of 581 in the air rifle vs. N.C. State (Oct. 9) ... Named to the UMAA Honor Roll in the fall and spring ... Also named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Hope Christian School in Hueytown, Ala. ... Was the 2010 National Rifle Association 3-P National Champion ... Set the national standing smallbore record in 2008 ... A three-time member of the Junior Olympic team ... Won the Alabama State Prone Championship three-straight years ... Placed third at the 3-P Junior Olympics ... Was also the Alabama 3-P Smallbore champion twice and the Alabama Sports Festival champion. PERSONAL: Daughter of Chuck and Debbie Banks ... Born December 17th, 1991 ... Majoring inDietetics & Nutrition... Enjoys being outside or on the range, hunting and fishing.

RENA GOODWIN SENIOR | 3L WINCHESTER, MASS.| GOODWIN  2012 Ole Miss Most Improved Shooter  2011 Ole Miss Most Dedicated  CRCA Academic All-American 2012-13 (Junior Season): Produced season averages of 579 in air rifle and 564.7 in smallbore ... Posted a season-best 588 in air rifle against Jacksonville State/Army on Jan. 27 ... Fired a career-best 575 in smallbore at the GARC championship ... Earned Collegiate Rifle Coaches’ Association Academic All-American honors for the third consecutive year ... Also named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2011-12 (Sophomore Season): Produced season averages of 575 in air rifle and 560.3 in smallbore ... Posted a season-best 581 in air rifle twice (Tiger Invitational Sept. 29 and Army Oct. 9) ... Contributed to the team score in one match in smallbore (Tiger 6 | @OLEMISSNOW | @OLEMISSRIFLE | @VALERIEBOOTHE

Invitational) ... Fired a career-best 567 in smallbore at the Ole Miss Invitational (Oct. 1) ... Earned Collegiate Rifle Coaches’ Association Academic All-American honors for the second consecutive year ... Also named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2010-2011 (Freshman Season): Earned team Most Dedicated honors ... Posted a season average of 566.9 in air rifle and 554.8 in smallbore in her first season with the Rebels ... Fired a career-best 583 in air rifle at the GARC Championship (Feb. 27) ... Posted a career-high 565 in smallbore at the Ole Miss Invitational (Oct. 2) ... Named to the Chancellor’s Honor Roll in the spring and the UMAA Honor Roll in the fall ... Earned Collegiate Rifle Coaches’ Association Academic All-American honors. HIGH SCHOOL: Won the 2008 Dorothy Knight Award for outstanding shooter in the Eastern Massachusetts Smallbore League and took High Woman, High Junior and High Iron Sites honors ... Also received the Johnson Trophy and placed first in Woman’s Division and Junior Division and third overall ... Served as team captain for the 2009 Army Postal National Championship team finished second on her team and ninth overall ... Finished third in the smallbore at the 2009 USA Nationals at Fort Benning ... Also a 2009 MIAA honorable mention in field hockey which she also served as team captain. PERSONAL: Daughter of Patty and Keith Goodwin ... Born November November 16th, 1991 ... Majoring in Exercise Science ... Full name is Rena Marie Goodwin.

MELISSA QUARTARONE SENIOR | 3L STONE MOUNTAIN, GA.| PARKVIEW  2012 Ole Miss Most Dedicated  SEC Academic Honor Roll  CRCA Academic All-American 2012-13 (Junior Season): Earned GARC Combined Honorable Mention honors ... Earned team Most Dedicated honors ... Produced the top smallbore average (575) and second best air rifle average (583) on the team ... Contributed to the team score in all 14 matches in smallbore and in 13 of the 14 in air ... Fired a career-best 593 in air in the Jan. 21 win over Memphis ... Matched a career-best 583 in smallbore against Jacksonville State/Murray State Jan. 27 ... Led the Rebel team in aggregate average with a total of 1158 ... Earned Collegiate Rifle Coaches’ Association Academic All-American honors for the third consecutive year. 2011-12 (Sophomore Season): National Rifle Association smallbore second team AllAmerican ... GARC smallbore second team ... GARC Air Rifle second team ... Earned team Most Dedicated honors ...Produced the top smallbore average (576.6) and second best air rifle average (585.14) on the team ... Contributed to the team score in all 14 matches in smallbore and in 13 of the 14 in air ... Fired a career-best 594 in air in the Feb. 1 win over Memphis ... Produced a career-best 583 in smallbore in a Nov. 12 loss at West Virginia ... Earned Collegiate Rifle Coaches’ Association Academic All-American honors for the second straight year ... Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2010-2011 (Freshman Season): Made an immediate impact in her first season with the Rebels, by finishing third on the team with a 571.6 season average in smallbore ... Also finished with a season average of 579.6 in air rifle ... Contributed to the team score 12 times in smallbore and three times in air rifle ... Posted a career-high score of 584 in air rifle at the NCAA Qualifier (Feb. 12) ... Fired a career-best 580 in smallbore against Kentucky (Jan. 22) ... Named Ole Miss Rifle Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... Named to the Chancellor’s Honor Roll for the spring and the UMAA Honor Roll in the fall ... Earned Collegiate Rifle Coaches’ Association Academic All-American honors ... Also named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Parkview High School ... Named to the all-state Georgia team in 2008 and 2010 ... Won first place in 2007 at CMP 3-Position Camp and in 2008 at


PLAYER BIOS CMP Standing Camp ... Won the Area-6 championship and was a member of the championship team three years in a row ... Also placed fourth at the Marine Corps Nationals in 2009 ... A member of her school’s Honors Program.

ALIVIA YEAGER SENIOR| 3L LOUISVILLE, KY.| SENECA

PERSONAL: Daughter of Dan and Pam Quartarone ... Born March 14th, 1992 ... Majoring in Forensic Chemistry ... Is a member of the Provost Scholars Program at Ole Miss ... Also won an Academic Excellence and Provost Scholarship ... Enjoys reading, swimming, hiking and dancing.

ABBEY STANEC SENIOR | 3L SHARON CENTER, OHIO| HIGHLAND  2012 Ole Miss Most Dedicated  SEC Academic Honor Roll  CRCA Academic All-American 2012-13 (Junior Season): Fired the highest air rifle season average on the team (584.6) and the third highest smallbore season average (571.5) ... Fired the second highest aggregate average on the team with a total score of 1156.1 ... Contributed to the team score in smallbore in all 14 matches and in 13 of the 14 in air rifle ... Posted a season-best 590 in air in the NCAA Qualifier ... Fired a season-best 581 in smallbore at the NCAA qualifier ... Named a Collegiate Coaches’ Association Academic All-American for the third consecutive season ... Also named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2011-12 (Sophomore Season): 2012 NCAA Individual Runner-Up in air rifle ... GARC Air Rifle Honorable Mention ... Posted the third highest smallbore season average on the team (568.21) and fifth-best air rifle average (583.73) ... Contributed to the team score in smallbore in all 14 matches and in 13 of the 14 in air rifle ... Posted a career-best 592 in air in the pre-finals of the NCAA Championships and finished with a total score of 693.5 ... Fired a season-best 576 in smallbore versus The Citadel and Air Force (Jan. 29) ... Named a Collegiate Coaches’ Association Academic All-American for the second consecutive season ... Also named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2010-2011 (Freshman Season): Had an immediate impact on the Ole Miss roster by posting the second highest season average on the squad in air rifle and third best season average on the team in smallbore ... Finished with a season average of 582.2 in air rifle and 571.7 in smallbore ... Also tallied the second highest combined average on squad with a mark of 1153.9 ... Contributed to the team score in all 14 competitions in both air rifle and smallbore in her inaugural campaign for the Rebels ... Posted a season-high mark of 588 in air rifle against Reno and UTEP (Nov. 6) ... Tallied a career-best mark of 582 in smallbore against Kentucky (Jan. 22) ... Named to the Chancellor’s Honor Roll in the fall and spring ... Earned Collegiate Rifle Coaches’ Association Academic All-American honors ... Also named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Highland High School in Sharon Center, Ohio ... Placed second in the air rifle at the Junior Olympics ... Competed in the USA World Cup with the US National Team and placed first at the USA Shooting 3-P Junior Olympics ... Also placed first at the NRA National Air Gun Championships and Training Summit ... The Ohio State Outdoor Champion in 3-Position Smallbore and Prone ... Placed second at the National American Legion Postal Championships ... Also finished second in the Junior and fifth in the Open categories of the Winter Air Gun Championships ... Won letters in dance and soccer. PERSONAL: Daughter of Michael Stanec and Whitney Painting ... Grandfather Dennis Stanec was a member of the University of Akron rifle team ... Majoring in biology and plans to attend medical school ... Born November, 7, 1991 ... Has been shooting competitively for ten years and is a previous member of the National Junior Team for USA Shooting ... Enjoys biking, music and volunteering at the hospital...Full name is Abigail Rhiannon Stanec.

 SEC Academic Honor Roll  CRCA Academic All-American 2012-13 (Junior Season): Produced season averages of 581.7 in air rifle and 570.6 in smallbore ... Posted a season-high 588 in air rifle twice, once at the Ole Miss Inivitational (Oct. 5) and again versus Jacksonville State/Murray State (Nov. 3) ... Posted a career-best 581 in smallbore against Jacksonville State/Army (Jan. 27) ... Fired a season-high aggregate score of 1163 at the Ole Miss Invitational (Nov. 5) ... Named a Collegiate Coaches’ Association Academic All-American for the third consecutive season. 2011-12 (Sophomore Season): Participated in 13 of the Rebels 14 matches, contributing to the team score in air rifle in all 13 and in six of the 13 in smallbore ... Posted season averages of 584.46 in air rifle and 565.31 in smallbore ... Fired a career-best 589 in air twice, vs. Nebraska (Oct. 22) and against Jacksonville State (Nov. 5) ... Posted a career-best 573 in smallbore in a Jan. 14 win over NC State and The Citadel ... Named a Collegiate Coaches’ Association Academic All-American for the second straight year ... Also named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2010-2011 (Freshman Season): Finished second on the team with a season average of 582.7 in the air rifle ... Also posted a season mark of 558.4 in the smallbore ... Contributed to the team score in nine events in the air rifle, and one event in the smallbore ... Fired a career-best mark of 587 in the air rifle twice, against Nebraska (Jan 16), and Murray State (Jan. 23) ... Posted a career-high total of 572 in the smallbore against Memphis (Feb. 2) ... Named to the Dean’s Honor Roll in the spring and the UMAA Honor Roll in the Fall ... Earned Collegiate Rifle Coaches’ Association Academic All-American honors ... Also named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Seneca High School in Louisville, Ky. ... A three-time Kentuckiana Rifle Conference Champion and four-time MVP ... Finished seven overall and was the third junior at the 2009 USA National Championship ... Posted a career high of 396/400 at the 2009 Winter Air Gun Championships. PERSONAL: Daughter of Ray and Julie Yeager ... Born March 27, 1992 ... Triple Majoring in Risk Management & Insurance, Managerial Finance, and Banking & Finance ... A member of the Provost Scholars Program and Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)at Ole Miss ... Enjoys cooking, baking and knitting ... Full name is Alivia Brooke Yeager.

SARAH EMERY FRESHMAN| HS ACWORTH, GA.| ALLATOONA PRIOR TO OLE MISS: Lettered three years in high school ... High school team won the Area 7 Championships four years in a row and lost only three times in 60 matches during her four years ... Qualified for State Championships in Fort Benning, Ga., three years ... Won the guts match at the 2012 CMP Summer Camp in Anniston, Ala. PERSONAL: Daughter of Shawn and Cheryl Emery ... Born March 20, 1995 ... Majoring in Forensic Chemistry ... Enjoys hanging out with friends and family. OLEMISSSPORTS.COM 77 OLEMISSSPORTS.COM


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NICOLLE THIRY FRESHMAN| HS ELIZABETH, PA.| SERRA CATHOLIC PRIOR TO OLE MISS: Took first place at the WVU Mountaineer Open in Air Rifle ... 2012 4-H State Champion in Smallbore 3-P and represented Pennsylvania at the 4-H National Championships in Nebraska ... First place at Camp Perry 2012 Junior Camp 3-P ... Was also the starting outfielder for the varsity fastpitch softball team all four years ... Member of the golf team for two years ... Attended the Westinghouse Science Honors Institute ... Member of the National Science Honors Society ... Member of the TRI-M Honors Society ... Member of the National Society of High School Scholars ... Contributed over 100 hours of service to her local community church and school ... Taught Junior Achievement to younger students through her school ... PERSONAL: Daughter of Edward and Michelle Thiry ... Born Feb. 14, 1995 ... Majoring in Business... Enjoys softball and being with family and friends.

ALISON WEISZ FRESHMAN| HS BELGRADE, MT. | BELGRADE PRIOR TO OLE MISS: Montana JOSC Air Rifle Champion in 2009, 2011 and 2012 ... National JOSC Air Rifle Champion J3 in 2009 ... Finished third in National JOSC Air Rifle J2 in 2012 and 10th overall ... Montana JOSC Smallbore took second place in 2012 ... First place at the NRA Montana 3PAR JO Qualifierin 2010,2011 and 2012 ... Took third place in prone at the 2012 American Legion Jr. Air Rifle Championships ... Match winner at the NRA Smallbore Junior 4P Sectional in 2011 ... Match winner at the NRA Smallbore Junior 3P Sectional in 2011 ...National Honor Society member ... Regular on the Honor Roll ... History Student of the Year in 2011-12. PERSONAL: Daughter of David Weisz and Sue Gramm ... Born May 22, 1995 ... Major undecided ... Enjoys volleyball, varmint hunting, reading and watching movies.

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2012-13 REVIEW

2012-13 SEASON REVIEW Date

Opponent

10-04-12 10-05-12 10-20-12 11-3-12 11-9-12 11-10-12 1-19-13 1-21-13 1-27-13 2-4-13 2-9-13 2-16-13 2-24-13 *- GARC match #- at Lexington, Ky. All home matches in CAPS

Time/Result

Tiger Invitational OLE MISS INVITATIONAL NEBRASKA* Jacksonville State/Murray State @ West Virgina* NC State* KENTUCKY* MEMPHIS* Jacksonville State/Army @ Navy @ Jacksonville State NCAA Qualifier # GARC Championship

2nd, 4600 3rd, 4628 L, 4641-4621 2nd, 4654-4632-4628 L, 4720-4624 W, 4622-4609 L, 4670-4611 L, 4645-4609 3rd, 4676-4675-4654 W, 4622-4617 L, 4670-46320 4632 5th, 4634

2012-13 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Name Mary Ann Banks Kim Coffey Alex Coyle Rena Goodwin Melissa Quaratrone Abbey Stanec Alivia Yeager

Matches 10 12 8 12 12 12 12

Air Avg. 575 578.3 571 580 582.8 584 582

Air High 583 585 582 588 593 590 588

SB Avg. 563.7 570.1 535.1 564 575.2 571.7 570

SB High 573 580 558 571 583 581 577

Combined Avg. 1138.7 1148.5 1106.1 1144 1158 1155.8 1153

2012-13 AWARD WINNERS Scholar Athlete: Kim Coffey Iron Gun: Abbey Stanec Most Dedicated: Abbey Stanec Most Improved: Rena Goodwin Most Valuable Player: Melissa Quartarone CRCA All-Academic Honors: MaryAnn Banks, Kim Coffey, Rena Goodwin, Melissa Quartarone, Abbey Stanec, Keely Stankey and Alivia Yeager

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HISTORY & RECORDS

ALL-AMERICAN HONORS Jennifer Lorenzen

2005 Air Rifle

Shannon Wilson Jennifer Lorenzen

2006 Air Rifle Smallbore

First Team All-American Honorable Mention

Keely Stankey Melissa Quartarone

2012 Air Rifle Smallbore

First Team All-American Second Team All-American

Honorable Mention

GARC HONORS Shannon Wilson Jennifer Lorenzen Casey Phillips Ole Miss Jennifer Lorenzen Shannon Wilson Casey Phillips

2006 Air Rifle Combined Smallbore 2007 Smallbore Combined Air Rifle

Second Team All-GARC Honorable Mention All- GARC Honorable Mention All-GARC GARC Scholar Athlete of the Year Sportsmanship Award Second Team All-GARC Honorable Mention Second Team All-GARC GARC Scholar Athlete of the Year

2011 Valerie Boothe Melissa Quartarone Ole Miss- Co-winner with Nebraska Melissa Quartarone

Keely Stankey Abbey Stanec Kim Coffey Melissa Quartarone Natasha Dinsmore Ole Miss Kim Coffey

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GARC Coach of the Year GARC Scholar Athlete of the Year Sportsmanship Award 2012 Smallbore Air Rifle Combined Smallbore Air Rifle Combined Air Rifle 2013 Combined

Second Team All-GARC Second Team All-GARC Second Team All-GARC Honorable Mention All-GARC Second Team All-GARC Second Team All-GARC Honorable Mention All-GARC GARC Scholar Athlete of the Year Honorable Mention All-GARC Assistant Coach of the Year Sportsmanship Award Scholar Athlete of the Year


HISTORY & RECORDS

ACADEMIC HONORS 2002 Misty Ballard

All-Academic Collegiate Coaches Award at the NCAA Championship 2001-02 Academic All-SEC All-Academic Collegiate Coaches Award at the NCAA Championships Allstate Insurance Student-Athlete of the Week All-Academic Collegiate Coaches Award at the NCAA Championships 2001-02 Academic All- SEC

Kristin Parker Maranda Stockton 2003 Misty Ballard Kristin Parker Maranda Stockton

SEC Academic Honor Roll SEC Academic Honor Roll SEC Academic Honor Roll 2007

Casey Phillips

SEC Academic Honor Roll Second-Team ESPN The Magazine CoSIDA Academic All-District Honor SEC Academic Honor Roll SEC Academic Honor Roll

Pam Smith Shannon Wilson 2008 Casey Phillips

Taylor Medalist Second-Team Academic All-American by ESPN the Magazine and the CoSIDA 2010

Emma Holman

2010 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll 2011

MaryAnn Banks Kim Coffey

2011 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll 2010-11 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll College Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic Honor 2010-11 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll College Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic Honor 2010-11 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll College Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic Honor 2011 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll 2011 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll 2010-11 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll College Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic Honor 2010-11 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll College Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic Honor 2011 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

Emma Holman Meredith Holman Melissa Quartarone Abbey Stanec Keely Stankey Colleen Tillson Alivia Yeager 2012 Kim Coffey

College Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic Honors 2011-12 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll

Rena Goodwin

College Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic Honors 2011-12 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll 2011-12 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll College Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic Honors 2012 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll College Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic Honors 2012 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll College Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic Honors 2011-12 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll College Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic Honors 2011-12 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll College Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic Honors 2011-12 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll College Rifle Coaches’ Association All-Academic Honors 2011-12 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll

Emma Homan Evalyn Holman Virginia Holman Melissa Quartarone Abbey Stanec Keely Stankey Alivia Yeager 2013 The Entire Rifle Team MaryAnn Banks Kimberley Coffey Rena Goodwin Melissa Quartarone Abigail Stanec Alivia Yeager

Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association All-Academic Honors 2012-13 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll 2012-13 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll 2012-13 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll 2012-13 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll 2012-13 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll 2012-13 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll OLEMISSSPORTS.COM 11


HISTORY & RECORDS

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1996-97 Date 10-25-96 10-26-96 11-16-96 11-17-96 11-23-96 1-21-97 1-25-97 2-1-97 2-2-97 2-9-97

Event Murray State Invitational at UT-Martin Walsh Invitational at Kentucky Gamecock Invitational vs. Memphis Tiger Invitational Withrow Invitational UT-Martin Invitational NCAA Sectional

Air/Smallbore 1152/--1206/--1285/--1269/--1332/--1389/--1361/--1372/--1332/--1373/--1997-98

Date 10-25-97 11-1-97 11-2-97 11-7-97 11-8-97 1-24-98 1-31-98 2-1-98 2-8-98 2-14-98 2-15-98 2-28-98

Event Golden Eagle Invitational vs. Austin Peay vs. Memphis Walsh Invitational Kentucky Invitational Tiger Invitational Withrow Invitational UT-Martin Invitational vs. UAB at Austin Peay NCAA Sectional vs. UT-Martin

Air/Smallbore 1387/--1359/--1426/--1409/--1418/--1379/--1422/--1420/--1415/--1422/--1441/--1416/--1998-99

Date 10-3-98 11-1-98 11-6-98 11-7-98 11-8-98 11-15-98 1-23-99 1-29-99 1-30-99 2-14-99 2-27-99

Event Lady Govs Invitational vs. Austin Peay/Arkansas Walsh Invitational at Akron at Kentucky vs. Memphis Tiger Invitational UT-Martin Invitational Withrow Invitational NCAA Sectional vs. UT-Martin/UAB

Air/Smallbore 1384/--1379/--1368/--1365/--1387/--1393/--1412/--1403/--1408/--1427/--1405/--1999-2000

Date 10-31-99 11-5-99 11-6-99 11-7-99 11-20-99 11-21-99 1-22-00 1-26-00 1-29-00 2-13-00 2-26-00

Event vs. Memphis/Austin Peay/Arkansas Walsh Invitational Buckeye Invitational Kentucky Invitational Wolf Creek Invitational Gamecock Invitational Tiger Invitational UT-Martin Invitational Withrow Invitational NCAA Sectional vs. Centenary

Air/Smallbore 1405/--1450/4081 1459/4187 1428/--1424/--1458/4168 1422/--1386/3995 1384/3915 1409/4034 ---/2083

2000-01 Date 9-23-00 10-14-00 10-28-00 11-3-00 11-5-00 11-18-00 11-19-00 1-13-01 1-20-01 1-26-01

Event vs. TCU Ole Miss Invitational vs. Austin Peay/Arkansas Walsh Invitational Buckeye Invitational Mercer Invitational Gamecock Invitational UTEP Triangular Tiger Invitational UT-Martin Invitational

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Air/Smallbore 1463/--1465/4328 1492/--1500/4410 1485/4456 1486/--1500/4425 1453/4391 1492/--1495/4375

1-27-01 2-11-01

Withrow Invitational NCAA Sectional

1493/4417 1504/4461 2001-02

Date 10-13-01 10-21-01 10-26-01 10-28-01 11-2-01 11-4-01 11-18-01 1-25-02 1-26-02 2-10-02 2-17-02 2-18-02 2-24-02

Event vs. UT-Martin OVC/GARC Invitational Ole Miss Invitational Tiger Invitational Walsh Invitational at West Virginia Gamecock Invitational UT-Martin Invitational Withrow Invitational NCAA Sectional Hawaiian Invitational Hawaiian Invitational GARC Championships

Air/Smallbore 1504/4357 1499/4471 1488/--1487/--1521/4490 1516/4497 1499/4476 1506/4399 1487/4430 1506/4443 1493/--1497/--1521/4562 2002-03

Date 9-28-02 10-3-02 10-5-02 10-12-02 10-26-02 10-27-02 11-8-02 11-9-02 11-23-02 1-24-03 1-25-03 2-9-03 2-23-03

Event vs. TCU/Birmingham Southern Tiger Invitational Ole Miss Invitational vs. UT-Martin vs. Xavier (at JSU) at Jacksonville State Walsh Invitational at Kentucky vs. Army/West Virginia (at Army) UT-Martin Invitational Withrow Invitational NCAA Collegiate Sectional GARC Championship

Air/Smallbore 1520/--1510/--1522/4531 1536/4549 1508/4550 1517/4531 1519/4547 1521/4557 1514/4546 1503/4540 1524/4512 1523/4506 1532/4513

2003-04 Date 9-25-03 9-26-03 10-11-03 10-18-03 11-15-03 1-30-04 1-31-04 2-8-04 2-15-04 2-28-04 3-6-04

Event Tiger Invitational Ole Miss Invitational vs. UT-Martin vs. Tennessee Tech/Xavier (at TT) Walsh Invitational UT-Martin Invitational Withrow Invitational at Memphis NCAA Sectional GARC Championships Murray State

Air/Smallbore 1520/--1517/4463 1510/4571 1512/4503 1511/4519 1511/4504 1512/4513 1532/4505 1534/4522 1516/4519 1518/4544

2004-05 Date 9-30-04 10-2-3-04 10-9-04 10-23-04 11-6-04 11-12-04 11-13-04 11-20-04 1-15-05 1-28-05 1-29-05 2-13-05 2-25-27-05

Event at Tiger Invitational Ole Miss Invitational Xavier & Memphis Kentucky at UT-Martin at Walsh Invitational at West Virginia at Nebraska Army at Withrow Invitational at UT-Martin Invitational at NCAA Sectional GARC Championships

Air/Smallbore 2289/2289 2306/2287 2301/2285 2306/2273 2320/2270 2321/2284 2301/2274 2331/2248 2304/2265 2311/2290 2307/2276 2293/2283 2312/2300


HISTORY & RECORDS

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2005-06 Date 9-22-05 10-2-05 10-22-05 11-5-05 11-12-05 11-13-05 11-19-05 1-22-06 1-28-06 1-29-06 2-4-06 2-12-06 2-26-06 3-10-06

Event at Tiger Invitational Ole Miss Invitational at Tennessee Tech & vs. Xavier Nebraska at West Virginia vs. NC State Air Force at Army at Withrow Invitational at UT-Martin Invitational Kentucky at NCAA Sectional GARC Championships NCAA Championships

Date 10-5-06 10-7-06 10-13-06 10-14-06 10-21-06 11-4-06 1-20-07 1-27-07 1-28-07 2-3-07 2-10-07 2-24-07

Event Tiger Invitational Ole Miss Invitational Nebraska Army Kentucky/Jacksonville State UTEP Newkirk Invitational Withrow Invitational UT-Martin Invitational West Virginia NCAA Sectionals GARC Championships

Air/Smallbore 2297/2300 2334/2303 2319/2303 2327/2273 2319/2311 2326/2325 2327/2311 2319/2310 2323/2316 2313/2307 2332/2302 2342/2322 2326/2313 2321/2295 2006-07 Air/Smallbore 2294/2228 2306/2257 2316/2250 2316/2258 2312/2267 2302/2262 2320/2252 2349/2252 2327/2267 2320/2262 2317/2245 2329/2263 2007-08

Date 10-4-07 10-7-07 10-13-07 10-26-07 10-27-07 11-2-07 11-3-07 11-17-07 1-19-08 1-20-08 1-25-08 2-2-08 2-17-08 2-24-08

Event Tiger Invitational Ole Miss Invitational Murray State West Virginia Army Kentucky NC State Gamecock Invitational TCU UTEP Kentucky/Memphis Nebraska NCAA Qualifier GARC Championships

Air/Smallbore 2290/2235 2286/2258 2306/2249 2313/2238 2306/2274 2296/2231 2318/2258 2301/2217 2301/2253 2296/2265 2314/2235 2314/2259 2317/2239 2304/2272 2008-09

Date 10-2-08 10-12-08 10-17-08 10-19-08 10-25-08 11-8-08 11-21-08 1-17-08 1-23-09 1-24-09 1-30-09 2-1-09 2-15-09 3-1-09

Event Tiger Invitational Ole Miss Invitational Army West Virginia UTEP/Air Force UTEP Murray State JSU/Morehead St. Nebraska TCU Kentucky NC State NCAA Qualifier GARC Championships

Date 10-1-09 10-6-09

Event Tiger Invitational Ole Miss Invitational

Air/Smallbore 2312/2205 2317/2257 2318/2268 2318/2247 2311/2258 2320/2264 2290/2266 2317/2258 2315/ 2264 2308/2265 2321/2244 2321/2244 2234/2272 2322/2254

10-31-09 11-1-09 11-7-09 11-14-09 11-15-09 1-16-09 1-23-10 1-30-10 1-31-10 2-3-10 2-13-10 2-21-10

Army Nebraska UTEP NC State Citadel Murray State Kentucky West Virginia Tennessee Tech Memphis NCAA Qualifier GARC Championships

2311/2250 2317/2265 2326/2257 2308/2270 2306/2245 2312/2237 2324/2257 2319/2257 2337/2253 2315/2253 2341/2284 2344/2265

Date 10-2-10 10-9-10 10-16-10 11-6-10 11-12-10 11-13-10 1-15-11 1-16-11 1-22-11 1-23-11 1-29-11 2-2-11 2-12-11 2-27-11

Event Ole Miss Invitational NC State Reno/JSU Reno/UTEP Army West Virginia Murray State Nebraska Kentucky Murray State UTEP Memphis NCAA Qualifier GARC Championship

Date 9-29-11 10-1-11 10-5-11 10-9-11 10-21-11 10-22-11 11-5-11 11-12-11 1-14-12 1-28-12 1-29-12 2-1-12 2-18-12 2-26-12

Event Tiger Invitational Ole Miss Invitational UAF Army UK Nebraska JSU WVU NC State & Citadel NC State (Cited) Citadel & Air Force Memphis NCAA Qualifer (UK) GARC Championship

Air/Smallbore 2341/2238 2341/2295 2347/2301 2330/2295 2347/2307 2351/2299 2351/2302 2349/2297 2345/2293 2350/2290 2340/2287 2365/2282 2349/2273 2351/2302

Date 10-4-12 10-5-12 10-20-12 11-3-12 11-9-12 11-10-12 1-19-13 1-21-13 1-27-13 2-4-13 2-9-13 2-16-13 2-22-13

2012-13 Event Tiger Invitational Ole Miss Invitational Nebraska Jacksonville State/Murray State West Virginia NC State Kentucky Memphis Jacksonville State/Army Navy Jacksonville State NCAA Qualifier (UK) GARC Championship

Air/Smallbore 2323/2277 2334/2294 2325/2296 2238/2287 2335/2289 2328/2294 2330/2279 2330/2279 2339/2315 2329/2293 2330/2290 2334/2298 2348/2286

2010-11 Air/Smallbore 2330/2272 2341/2284 2323/2282 2342/2295 2331/2311 2343/2304 2330/2292 2338/2284 2333/2321 2340/2300 2345/2290 2344/2299 2317/2271 2326/2299 2011-12

2009-10 Air/Smallbore 2290/2182 2322/2260 OLEMISSSPORTS.COM 13


HISTORY & RECORDS

SCHOOL RECORDS (NEW SCORING SYSTEM, 2005-PRES.)

TEAM

Best Match Score (air rifle):..........................................2344 (GARC Championhips, 2009-10) Best Match Score (smallbore):......................................2325 (N.C. State, 2005-06) Best Match Score (aggregate):.....................................4654 (Kentucky, 2010-11) Most Match Wins In a Season: ......................................6 (2010-11) Best GARC Championships Finish (overall):........................4th (2004-05, 06-07, 10-11) Best NCAA Sectional Finish (overall):..................................1st (Five times, MR: 2009-10) Best NCAA Championships Finish (overall):........................6th (2005-06)

INDIVIDUAL

Best Match Score (air rifle):.................................................595 - Meredith Holman Best Match Score (smallbore):...........................................587 - Samantha Leach and Jennifer Lorenzen Highest Season Avg. (air rifle):..............................585.7 - Shannon Wilson (2006-07) Highest Season Avg. (smallbore):..........................579.2 - Shannon Wilson (2005-06)

SCHOOL RECORDS (OLD SCORING SYSTEM, 1997-04)

TEAM

Best Match Score (air rifle):...............................1536 (vs. UT-Martin, 2002-03) Best Match Score (smallbore):...........................4571 (vs. UT-Martin, 2003-04) Most Match Wins In a Season:............................. 4 (1997-98) Best NCAA Sectional Finish (smallbore):.................T-2nd (2003-04) Best NCAA Sectional Finish (smallbore):..................7th (2000-01 and 2003-04)

INDIVIDUAL

Best NCAA Sectional Finish (overall):.......................6th (2004-05) Best Match Score (air rifle):........................................391 - Megan Sandage (at Xavier, 2002-03) Best Match Score (smallbore):............................1160 - Shanda Duval (GARC, 2001-02) Highest Season Avg. (air rifle):............................383.3 - Megan Sandage (2002-03) Highest Season Avg. (smallbore):.......................1147.1 - Megan Sandage (2002-03)

OLE MISS IN THE JUNIOR OLYMPICS

In athletics, the success of a program can often be measured by the results produced during the course of a season. The schedule is examined, scores are tallied and "W’s” and "L’s” are stacked up. But, the true measure of the pieces that comprise a program can be gained by looking beyond the season. What an athlete is able to accomplish in the off-season can give a greater insight into the pieces of the bigger picture. Such is the case with members of the Ole Miss rifle team who have been given opportunities to shine in both the regular season and in individual competitions away from the program. The Rebels have had a tremendous amount of success during their 12 regular seasons under the guidance of head coach Valerie Boothe. But, what the individuals who comprise the Ole Miss rifle program have been able to achieve in the off-season is, without question, a great accomplishment as well. Fifteen members of the program have participated in the Junior Olympics. In 2009, current Rebels Keely Stankey and Colleen Tillson both claimed top 10 finishes in the air rifle, while Meredith Holman placed tenth out of 94 shooters in the air rifle at the 2008 U.S. Junior Olympic Championships. Shannon Wilson added another accomplishment to a stellar season by winning the gold at the 2006 U.S. Junior Olympics women's rifle smallbore competition. Wilson bested 57 shooters to take home first place in the two-day event held at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. She won the event with a score of 1251.6 and went on to represent her country at the 2006 World Shooting Championships. In 2005, Jennifer Lorenzen competed in her second Junior Olympics and finished sixth in the 50-meter smallbore. Casey Phillips and Shannon Wilson also competed in 2005. Lorenzen won a bronze medal the year before in the 50-meter smallbore. Other Rebels to compete include: Laura Gavin (2003), Samantha Leach (2003), Mara Polonsky (2003), Megan Roberts (2003), Megan Sandage (2003), Shanda Duval (2002), Katie Trickett (2001) and Maranda Stockton (2000).

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS -BSamantha Ball • 1999-2000-01 Misty Ballard • 1998-1999-2001-02 MaryAnn Banks• 2011-12-13 Jill Barnes • 1999 Jennifer Butler • 1997 -CKim Coffey•2010-11-12 Natalie Coughlin • 2006 Jessica Crockett • 1997-98-99-2000 Jennifer Curry • 2000 -DShanda Duval • 2002-03 -GLaura Gavin • 2003-04 Rena Godwin• 2011-12-13 -HCori Hawkins • 2008 Kimberly Hickey • 1997-98 Emma Holman •2010-11-12 Evalyn Holman • 2012 Virginia Holman • 2012 14|@OLEMISSNOW |@OLEMISSRIFLE |@VALERIEBOOTHE

Meredith Holman • 2008-09-10 -11 Jessica Hornby • 2006-07-08-09 -LSamantha Leach • 2003-04-05-06 Stacie Leatherman • 2008 Jennifer Lorenzen • 2004-05-06-07 -MJessica McClain • 2004-05-06-07 Jennifer McKinney • 1999 -NTiffani Norman • 1999 -PKristin Parker • 2001-02-03 Casey Phillips • 2005-06-07-08 Natasha Phillips • 2004-05-06 Mara Polonsky • 2004-05-06-07 Cinnamon Pugh • 1999 Melissa Putnam • 1997-98 Amy Pyron • 1997-98 -QMelissa Quaratrone • 2011-12-13

-RKyleen Rierson • 1997 Megan Roberts • 2002-03 Kelly Rosales • 2011-12 -SMegan Sandage • 2003-04-05-06 Pam Smith • 2006-07 Abbey Stanec • 2011-12-13 Keely Stankey • 2009-10-11-12 Maranda Stockton • 2000-01-02-03 Erica Swanson •2008-09 -TColleen Tillson • 2009-10-11 Katie Trickett • 2001 -WShannon Wilson • 2005-06-07-08 -YAlivia Yeager • 2011-12-13 Current members in BOLD



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