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Rouse Leads UTEP Rifle In Setback At Air Force

U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Co. – The UTEP rifle team (4561) was dispatched at Air Force (4714) on Sunday. The Miners registered a score of 2246 in smallbore but regained their form in air rifle (2315).

“A two-day competition can be mentally draining to any athlete,” UTEP head coach Austin Litherland said “Today showed that mental fatigue. This week we will work on gaining that fortitude before our next match this upcoming weekend.”

Junior Mara Rouse paced the squad with an aggregate of 1142, which was helped by firing a season-high 584 in air rifle. Sophomore Jessica Boyce followed with an aggregate of 1141, using a 562 in smallbore and 579 in air rifle.

Sophomore Samantha Miller made the most of the match, establishing season highs in smallbore (560), air rifle (577) and aggregate (1137). Senior Maranda Nelson finished with an aggregate of 1132, compiling 557 in smallbore and 575 in air rifle.

Freshman Morgahn Warner recorded an aggregate of 1132, turning in identical marks of 566 in both smallbore and air rifle. Fellow classmate Josephine John competed only in air rifle, producing her second-highest score (575) of her career.

UTEP will have a quick turnaround as it returns to action at home against Nevada at 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Admission to the match is free.

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UTEP Rifle Topples Nevada In Tri-Angular Meet

U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Co. – The UTEP rifle team shot a season-high 4594, including a campaign-best 2324 in air rifle, to knock off Nevada (4589) in a tri-angular meet at Air Force (4702) on Saturday. UTEP compiled 2270 in smallbore before finding another gear in air rifle.

“The score today is what we like to see,” UTEP head coach Austin Litherland said “It is the direction we have been working toward. The team has even more hunger for the range tomorrow, knowing what they did today. The strategy now is keeping that focus and drive.”

Senior Maranda Nelson paced the unit with a career-high aggregate of 1161 (prior high 1152). She matched her personal best in air rifle (588) and shot a campaign high in smallbore (573).

Sophomore Jessica Boyce registered an aggregate of 1157, producing 571 in smallbore and 583 in air rifle. Freshman Morgahn Warner fired a career-high aggregate (1144), scoring 565 in smallbore and a personal-best 579 in air rifle. Junior Mara Rouse recorded an aggregate of 1139, tallying 561 in smallbore and 578 in air rifle.

Sophomore Samantha Miller finished with an aggregate of 1132, posting 557 in smallbore and 575 in air rifle. Freshman Josephine John competed exclusively in air rifle, checking in with 562.

UTEP will wrap up the weekend of competition when it shares the range at Air Force at 8 a.m. Sunday.

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UTEP Rifle Inviting Fans For 10.9 Day Tuesday

The UTEP rifle team will open its range to fellow Miner student-athletes, members of the UTEP Athletic Department, students and fans on Tuesday (October 9).

The event will take place at the UTEP rifle range, located inside the Military Science Building.  Participants will receive a UTEP rifle shirt (while supplies last).

This is the fourth time that UTEP rifle has held this event to honor “10.9 day,” to bring awareness to the sport where 10.9 is the highest mark on a single shot a shooter can achieve during a match. USA Shooting has declared Oct.9 (10/9) a holiday for rifle teams around the country.

Individuals who are interested in following along the celebration can follow the @uteprifle page on Twitter and Instagram.

Participants are also encouraged to take pictures of the event and share on the UTEP Rifle Facebook Page with the #Ten9Day.

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Boyce Paces UTEP Rifle Against Ohio State Sunday

The UTEP rifle team wrapped up its two-match homestand by recording an aggregate of 4547 against Ohio State (4653) at the UTEP rifle range on Sunday.

The Miners shot 2247 in smalbore before picking things up a bit to finish at 2300 in air rifle.

“This weekend was a learning experience for the team,” UTEP head coach Austin Litherland. “Scores don’t always sync up to where you’re wanting them to go. We will go back to the range with a new mindset and work harder than ever to accomplish the goal we all have set.”

Sophomore Jessica Boyce led the Miners by registering an aggregate of 1150. She shot 566 in smallbore while posting 584 in air rifle.

Mara Rouse recorded an aggregate of 1139. She compiled 566 in smallbore and 573 in air rifle.

Senior Maranda Nelson finished with an aggregate of 1130, tallying 559 in smallbore and 571 in air rifle.

Freshman Morgahn Warner contributed an aggregate of 1128, notching 556 in smallbore and 572 in air rifle. Fellow classmate Josephine John checked in with an aggregate of 1121. She posted 555 in smallbore and 566 in air rifle.

Sophomore Samantha Miller checked in with an aggregate of 1119. She produced 550 in smallbore and 569 in air rifle.

UTEP will return to action when it competes at Nevada on October 13.

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UTEP Rifle Makes Strides In Smallbore In Home Opener Against Ohio State

The UTEP rifle team registered an aggregate of 4583, aided by a season-high 2284 in smallbore, in a match-up with Ohio State (4661) at the UTEP rifle range Saturday.

The effort in smallbore is 13 points higher than the Miners’ score in the discipline in the campaign lidlifter.

Sophomore Jessica Boyce paced the squad with her second-best aggregate (1160) of her career. She matched her personal high (573) in smallbore while posting her second-best tally (587) in air rifle.

Mara Rouse posted the second-highest aggregate (1153) of her career. She tied her second-best score (573) in smallbore before adding 580 in air rifle.

Senior Maranda Nelson matched the second-best smallbore score (567) of her career. She followed that up with a campaign-high 579 in air rifle to conclude the match with an aggregate of 1146.

Freshman Morgahn Warner registered an aggregate of 1133, which was helped by a career-best 571 in smallbore. She recorded 562 in air rifle.

Freshman Josephine John turned in an aggregate of 1125, including a personal-high 556 in smallbore. She wrapped up the match with 569 in air rifle.

Sophomore Samantha Miller finished with an aggregate of 1122. She shot 559 in smallbore and 563 in air rifle.

UTEP will be back on the range against the Buckeyes at 8:30 a.m. MT Sunday. Admission is free. For individuals unable to make it out to the range, there will be live stats of all lanes shooting available online.

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UTEP Rifle Welcomes Ohio State To Town For Pair Of Matches

The UTEP rifle team will share the range with fellow Patriot Rifle Conference member Ohio State in a pair of matches (Saturday and Sunday, 8:30 a.m. MT) at the UTEP Rifle Range this weekend.

This weekend’s action will be the first for the Miners in El Paso on the season. Admission is free.

“This week’s focus has been on perfecting what we did last week’s match,” UTEP head coach Austin Litherland said. “Small things like shot process, mental toughness, or even trigger control can make a world of difference on the line. I also know the team is excited to host Ohio State.”

The Miners shot their best season-opening aggregate (4589) in seven years at TCU on Sept. 23. UTEP posted 2271 in smallbore and 2318 in air rifle. Overall it marked the third-highest score in a campaign lidlifter by the by Miners since the current scoring system was put into place for the 2004-05 season.

UTEP produced an aggregate of 4600 against Columbus State and Nevada on Sept. 24, 2011, while previously tallying a readout of 4597 at Alaska-Fairbanks on Sept. 26, 2008.

Overall the Orange and Blue will have eight home matches in 2018-19, with Nevada (Oct. 20, Feb. 16), Alaska-Fairbanks (Nov. 15, Feb. 16), Air Force (Nov. 17), TCU (Jan. 26) also making the trip to the Sun City.

For individuals unable to make it out to the range, there will be live stats of all lanes shooting available online.

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UTEP Rifle Shoots Best Season-Opening Score Since 2011-12 At TCU Sunday

FT. WORTH – The UTEP rifle team registered its best season-opening aggregate (4589) in seven years in a setback at TCU (4708) on Sunday. The Miners finished with 2271 in smallbore and 2318 in air rifle in head coach Austin Litherland’s debut with the Orange and Blue.

Overall it marks the third-highest score in a campaign lidlifter by the by Miners since the current scoring system came into place for the 2004-04 season. UTEP fired an aggregate of 4600 against Columbus State and Nevada on Sept. 24, 2011, while previously tallying a readout of 4597 at Alaska-Fairbanks on Sept. 26, 2008.

“Today’s score was definitely a team effort overall,” Litherland said. “They showed me tremendous progress. In this sport we ask for perfection, and we learned today what we need to adjust to advance towards that perfection.”

Sophomore Jessica Boyce enjoyed a career day across the board to lead the way for the Miners. She established personal highs in smallbore (573), air rifle (589) and aggregate (1162). Boyce’s aggregate marked the fifth-highest total by any shooter on the range Sunday.

Junior Mara Rouse followed with an aggregate of 1146, posting 567 in smallbore and 579 in air rifle. Freshman Morgahn Warner checked in with 566 in smallbore and 573 in air rifle to conclude with an aggregate of 1139. Sophomore Samantha Miller registered her second-highest aggregate (1138) of her career. She finished with a total of 565 in smallbore and 573 in air rifle. Freshman Josephine John fired a 551 in smallbore while posting a readout of 577 in air rifle.

The Miners will be back in action when they play host to Ohio State in their home opener at 8:30 a.m. MT Saturday. UTEP and the Buckeyes will also share the range starting at 8:30 a.m. MT Sunday, Sept. 30.

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UTEP Rifle Opens Season At TCU Sunday

The UTEP rifle team will begin its 2018-19 season when it competes at TCU Sunday. It is the first of 13 matches (including tri-angular meets) on the fall portion of the slate, while also marking the start of the Austin Litherland era.

The Miners feature a seven-member squad, with four returnees (Jessica Boyce-sophomore, Samantha Miller-sophomore, Maranda Nelson-senior and Mara Rouse-junior) and a trio of freshmen (Josephine John, Morgahn Warner and Jennie Windle).

“I’ve pushed these girls for the last three weeks,” Litherland said. “They have shown me how hard workers they are and how dedicated they are. I’ve seen improvements to their scores, and the team dynamic is really good. We’re excited to go shoot against TCU this weekend.”

Boyce shot both disciplines in all 12 matches for the Miners last year, ranking second on the team in average for air rifle (581) while sharing second in aggregate (1144). Miller posted averages of 553 in smallbore and 572 in air rifle for an aggregate average of 1125 as a freshman.

Nelson tied for third on the team in air rifle average (576) in 2017-18 while Rouse rated third on the unit in average for both smallbore (565) and aggregate (1149).

John placed eighth nationally at the 2017 Junior Olympics in Camp Perry, Ohio. Warner has competed regionally and nationally in USA shooting, NRA and CMP competitions and helped her squad take first place at the 2018 Washington State Outdoor Smallbore Championships. Windle began shooting competitively in high school, and helped her high school team qualify for Army Nationals in Anniston, Alabama, for three consecutive campaigns.

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UTEP Rifle To Host Nevada In 2018 NCAA Qualifier Match Saturday

The UTEP rifle team will host its final match of the season when it faces Nevada in its 2018 NCAA Qualifier match at the UTEP Rifle Range Saturday. The UTEP Rifle Range is located inside the Military Science Building. Admission is free.

The match begins with smallbore starting at 8:30 a.m. followed by air rifle at 11:15 a.m. Additionally as part of UTEP’s celebration of Nationals Girls and Women In Sports Day there will be the annual brunch with the UTEP rifle team at 11 a.m. on the range.

The NCAA Qualifier match is the final deciding factor for which eight teams will head to the 2018 NCAA Rifle Championships hosted by The Citadel in Charleston, S.C., from March 9-10. The youth-laden UTEP team is currently ranked 20th. For squads that do not receive a championship bit, it is an opportunity for student-athletes to qualify individually for the smallbore and air rifle events.

“The NCAA Qualifier is a tough match as most of our athletes have waited all season for this match in particular,” UTEP head coach Hannah Muegge said. “In order to get that individual nomination for championships, you have to be at the top of your game so this weekend’s test will be about overcoming that anticipation and self-imposed pressure.”

Highlighting the Miners will be sophomore Bailey Powell, who will compete after battling an illness during the 2018 Patriot Rifle Conference Championships. She paces the Miners in seasonal averages for smallbore (572), air rifle (588) and aggregate (1160). Powell has produced the top aggregate score in eight of her nine matches this year.

Freshman Jessica Boyce enters this weekend with momentum, having led the Orange and Blue in both air rifle (587) and aggregate (1153) at the league championships. The effort in air rifle established a career high while she was one point back of matching her personal-best aggregate.

Sophomore Abby Monique has averaged an aggregate of 1143 this season. She has shot team-highs in smallbore the past two matches and her smallbore average (567) trails only Powell.

Junior Maranda Nelson has set her career highs for smallbore (575), air rifle (588) and aggregate (1152) this season. Overall she has recorded an aggregate average of 1137.

Sophomore Mara Rouse has an aggregate average of 1135 this year, but she fired a season-high 1149 in a triangular at Air Force and vs. Alaska Fairbanks on Feb. 2.

Freshman Samantha Miller is also rounding into form, having fired a personal-best 579 in air rifle last time out at the Patriot Rifle Championships. For the year she has an average aggregate of 1125, aided by a campaign-high 1140 vs. UT-Martin on Oct. 21, 2017.

“This season we may not have finished quite where we had liked to in the rankings however this team has gained valuable experience and made tremendous progress throughout the year,” Muegge said. “We’re a young team and anytime you have a young team there is going to be a learning curve.”

Overall as a team the Miners produced their highest aggregate (4626-vs. UT-Martin-10/21/17) at the school since the 2011-12 campaign. The score of 2309 in smalbore that day tied for eighth all-time at UTEP.

“We’ve made it to the final stretch of our season and the team has their sights set to finish on a high note,” Muegge said. “I’m very proud of the individual successes that we’ve had on the range this season. I cannot begin to express how impressed I am by this team’s match-day demeanor and the hard work they have put in both on the range and in the classroom. Regardless of outcome this weekend, it’s going to be a good match.”

Live results will be available on match day at http://results.megalink.no/#/univ–texas-el-paso

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Miners Prep For 2018 Patriot Rifle Conference Championships With Triangular Match

COLORADO SPRINGS, Co.- The UTEP rifle team tuned up for the 2018 Patriot Rifle Conference Championships by firing an aggregate of 4579 in a triangular match with host Air Force (4684) and Alaska Fairbanks (4670) on Saturday.

“Today’s match was a good warm-up going into the start of our conference match tomorrow,” UTEP head coach Hannah Muegge said. “We were short a shooter today, as Bailey was out of play, but overall there were a lot of improvements made throughout the day and the team is excited and ready to apply them this weekend.”

Sophomore Abby Monique shot her third-highest aggregate (1151) of the campaign. She registered a 573 in smallbore and a 578 in air rifle to eclipse her seasonal average in both disciplines.

Sophomore Mara Rouse posted a season-high aggregate of 1149. She recorded a 570 in smallbore and then fired a campaign-best 579 in air rifle.

Junior Maranda Nelson produced an aggregate of 1146, notching her second-highest score (563) of the season in both smallbore and in air rifle (583).

Freshman Jessica Boyce finished with an aggregate of 1133, using a 555 in smallbore and 578 in air rifle.

Freshman Samantha Miller compiled an aggregate of 1118, tallying 546 in smallbore and 572 in air rifle.

The Miners will be back on the range for the smallbore portion of the 2018 Patriot Rifle Conference Championships on Saturday. The air rifle competition will be held on Sunday.

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UTEP Rifle Falls At Home To Jacksonville State Sunday Afternoon

The UTEP rifle team was upended by Jacksonville State, 4673-4596, at the UTEP Rifle Range Sunday. The Miners recorded 2266 in smallbore before firing their second-best air rifle score (2330) of the season.

“The team accomplished several goals throughout the weekend and achieved 11 individual personal records,” UTEP head coach Hannah Muegge said. “We’re looking forward to taking this momentum into this upcoming weekend as we travel to Colorado for our upcoming conference championships. The team has one more opportunity to get in another successful match before wrapping up our regular season.”

Sophomore Bailey Powell produced a team-high aggregate of 1165. She got things going with a 575 in smallbore before adding a 590 in air rifle.

Abby Monique registered a season-high tying aggregate of 1155, with a 567 in smallbore and career-best 588 in air rifle.

Freshman Jessica Boyce notched an aggregate of 1144. She shot a career-high 570 in smallbore and a 574 in air rifle.

Junior Maranda Nelson checked in with an aggregate of 1128. She posted a 554 in smallbore and 574 in air rifle.

Freshman Samantha Miller recorded an aggregate of 1123, finishing with 545 in smallbore and a personal-best tying 578 in air rifle.

UTEP will return to action with a triangular-match vs. Alaska Fairbanks and Air Force in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Friday. The Miners will then switch their focus to the Patriot Rifle Championships (Feb. 3-4).

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UTEP Rifle Shoots Second-Best Score Of Season

The UTEP rifle team shot its second-highest aggregate score (4611) of the season in a triangular meet with TCU (4709) and Jacksonville State (4646) at the UTEP Rifle Range Saturday.

“Today was a good match in preparation for the Patriot Rifle Conference Championships next weekend in Colorado Springs, as we faced two highly competitive opponents (TCU and Jacksonville State),” head coach Hannah Muegge said. “The team had a really good showing today. Our groups are getting tighter and we’re becoming more confident on the firing line. We will look to build on today’s performance as we compete again tomorrow with Jacksonville State.”

Sophomore Bailey Powell led the way with a career-high aggregate of 1172. The effort ties for fifth all-time at UTEP.

She fired a personal-best tying 579 in smallbore. Powell added a season-high 593 in air rifle, which ties for seventh in the Miner record books.

Sophomore Abby Monique posted an aggregate season-best of 1155. She used a 576 in smallbore and 579 in air rifle.

Freshman Jessica Boyce had a banner day by setting career highs in both aggregate (1154) and smallbore (569). She also matched her personal best in air rifle (585).

Junior Maranda Nelson recorded an aggregate of 1130, with 556 in smallbore and 574 in air rifle.

Freshman Samantha Miller registered an aggregate of 1128, with 544 in smallbore and 571 in air rifle.

The Miners will be back on the range against Jacksonville State on Sunday. Smallbore starts at 9:15 a.m. and air rifle commences at 12 p.m. Admission is free.

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Powell Posts Career High In Second Day Of Action At Ohio State

COLUMBUS, Ohio.- The UTEP rifle team wrapped up its two-day stay in the “Buckeye State” by falling to Ohio State, 4685-4583, on Sunday.

Sophomore Bailey Powell fired a career-high aggregate of 1169 to set the tone for the Miners. She used a personal-best 578 in smallbore and a season-high 591 in air rifle to achieve the feat.

Freshman Jessica Boyce compiled an aggregate of 1144. She shot a 559 in smallbore before firing a career-high 585 in air rifle.

Sophomore Abby Monique recorded an aggregate of 1140. She posted a score of 561 in smallbore while shooting a season-high 579 in air rifle.

Freshman Samantha Miller finished with an aggregate of 1133. She matched her second-best score (559)in smallbore while also notching her second-highest total (574) in air rifle.

Junior Maranda Nelson registered an aggregate of 1127. She finished with 562 in smallbore and 565 in air rifle.

Sophomore Mara Rouse registered an aggregate of 1127. She notched a score of 560 in smallbore and 567 in air rifle.

UTEP will be back in action when it competes at TCU on Saturday.

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Miners Fire Second-Best Score Of Season In Columbus

COLUMBUS, Ohio- The UTEP rifle team posted its second-highest aggregate (4589) of the season but it wasn’t enough to get past either Murray State (4708) or Ohio State (4684) in a triangular meet hosted by the Buckeyes on Saturday.

The Miners fired a campaign-best 2326 in air rifle while matching their second-highest score (2263) of the season in smallbore.

Sophomore Bailey Powell led the way for the Orange and Blue by firing an aggregate of 1151. She recorded a 566 in smallbore and a score of 585 in air rifle.

Junior Maranda Nelson followed close behind with an aggregate of 1149, which was helped by a career-high air rifle score of 588. She also tallied a 561 in smallbore.

Freshman Jessica Boyce finished with an aggregate of 1145. She matched her second-highest score of the year in smallbore with 564 while posting a 581 in air rifle.

Sophomore Mara Rouse fired a season-high aggregate of 1144. She posted a 572 in both smallbore and air rifle.

Freshman Samantha Miller recorded an aggregate of 1137, which was aided by a career-best 578 in air rifle. She added a 559 in smallbore.

Sophomore Abby Monique posted an aggregate of 1127. She used a 557 in smallbore and a 570 in air rifle.

UTEP will take to the range for the second straight day in Columbus on Sunday.

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UTEP Rifle Posts Highest Score Since 2011-12 In Win Vs. UT-Martin

Murray, Ky.- The UTEP rifle team fired its highest aggregate score (4626) since the 2011-12 season, aided by tying the eighth-best smallbore score (2309) in program history, in its victory against UT-Martin (4598) Saturday. The match was hosted by Murray State.

UTEP started the match with smallbore, where it excelled across the board. Five Miners set career highs while another matched her personal best to help UTEP crack the school’s top-10 smallbore recordbook. Additionally it is the highest score in the discipline since the 2011-12 campaign.

The Miners added a team score of 2317 in air rifle, including another personal high, to wrap up an outstanding day on the range.

“For a coach, it’s very rewarding to watch the team come together and perform as a unit. We had a great day in smallbore with match highs across the line,” UTEP head coach Hannah Muegge said. “The team has been working hard fine-tuning their positions in practice and today’s match reflected that. We’re looking forward to making a few corrections in air rifle and building on today’s performance.”

Sophomore Bailey Powell finished tied for the best score on the range with a career-high tying aggregate of 1168. She shot a career-best 579 in smallbore while firing a 589 in air rifle.

Junior Maranda Nelson notched a career-high aggregate of 1152, helped by a personal-best 575 in smallbore. She added a 577 in air rifle.

Freshman Jessica Boyce finished with an aggregate of 1150, including matching her career high in smallbore (568). She then shot a 582 in air rifle.

Sophomore Abby Monique registered an aggregate of 1149, which was helped by her career-best 581 in smallbore. She recorded a score of 568 in air rifle.

Sophomore Mara Rouse posted an aggregate of 1143, including establishing a career-high 574 in smallbore. She posted a 569 in air rifle.

Freshman Samantha Miller enjoyed a career day across the board, securing personal bests in aggregate (1140), smallbore (567) and air rifle (573).

UTEP will be back in action when it ventures to the “Buckeye State” for two days of competition on the first weekend of November. The Miners will face Murray State on Nov. 4 while sharing the range with the host Buckeyes on Nov. 5.

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