The MSU Archery Team has a longstanding record of success. With multiple team awards and over 35 All-American rankings, the Archery Team has a history of victory. Not only does MSU have a competitive team, there is also a recreational club for beginners and those not interested in competition, or who want to hone their skills before joining the team and competing.
For information on the MSU Archery Team, including how to join and when they practice, please see their website.
The collegiate MSU Shooting Sports Club practices and holds various shooting competitions at the Demmer Center. The club encompasses recreational and competitive aspects of rifle and pistol shooting. Members of the club can shoot in various disciplines including Olympic Air Pistol, Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) pistol, International Air Rifle, Precision Pistol Bullseye, and precision 3-Position Smallbore Rifle. Beginners to experts are welcome to join! For more information on the club, please see their website.
MSU Shooting Sports Scholarships are available for students who matriculate to MSU in Fall of each year.
Learn more about MSU Achery, Rifle and Pistol Scholarship Programs by clicking on the 2017 Scholarship Announcement.
If interested in applying for a Shooting Sports Scholarship, please fill out the Shooting Scholarship Application Form.
The National Rifle Association of America Women’s Policies Committee has established a Women’s Wildlife Management/Conservation Scholarship program. To learn more about this Scholarship Program click on the NRA Woman’s Scholarship Announcement.
Competitive school shooting teams can receive a huge boost of support because Larry and Brenda Potterfield announced they would match the first $1 Million in donations to school teams through the Scholastic Shooting Trust. Any school receiving a donation in the Scholastic Shooting Trust Fund will have it matched dollar for dollar by the Potterfield family until the $1 Million goal is reached. The Scholastic Shooting Trust has already provided grants to 26 teams this year and the number of teams receiving grants has the potential to increase substantially with this announcement. “We want to support these teams and see the sport become stronger and competitive. This is just our way of helping to change the future of shooting sports.” Said Larry Potterfield, President of MidwayUSA Foundation, Inc.
The Scholastic Shooting Trust was formed to provide funding for shooting sports education in traditional public and private high schools, colleges, and universities, so that participating students can improve their confidence, discipline, and leadership skills. Alumni, families, the community, and other interested individuals and organizations fund the grants through donations to the Scholastic Shooting Trust so that youths have a better opportunity to compete in the shooting sports. The Trust (https://sssfonline.org/) is a mission of the MidwayUSA Foundation, Inc. started by Larry and Brenda Potterfield in 2007 to support education in shooting sports, hunting, firearms safety and outdoor skills.
John Vaclavek, Acting Executive Director (573) 445-6363 or email@example.com