Campus News 2010
For Immediate Release
April 28, 2010
Schreiner Sports Shooters Bring Home National Medals
The Schreiner Shooting Sports Society International Trap Team earned three medals and an achievement trophy at the Association of College Unions International Clay Target National Championship Tournament in San Antonio. In the photo, left to right, are Leo Ybanez of Corpus Christi; Richard Dearborn, Lafayette, La.; Coach Bill Thomas, Cameron Schuster, Kerrville; Caitlin Barney Weinheimer, Ingram; Tori Burch, Mountain Home; and Ryan Vigil, St. George, Utah.
The Schreiner University Shooting Sports Society team won three medals and an achievement trophy at the recent Association of College Unions International Clay Target National Championship Tournament in San Antonio. The event, the largest ACUI event ever, attracted more than 350 competitors representing 43 schools.
Tori Burch, a Schreiner sophomore from Mountain Home, took home silver in Women’s International Trap. Sophomore Leo Ybanez of Corpus Christi and Evan Martin of Reno, Nev., both brought back bronze medals. Ybanez’s medal was in Men’s American Skeet, Martin’s in Men’s American Trap. The team of Burch and Ryan Vigil, a sophomore from St. George, Utah, were recognized as Most Improved American Trap Team.
|American Skeet Team||Leo Ybanez
& Coach Bill Thomas
The Schreiner Shooting Sports Society team is coached by Bill Thomas. For more information about the team and about Schreiner University, visit the website at www.schreiner.edu.
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