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UTEP Concludes Patriot Rifle Conference Championships

COLORADO SPRINGS, Co.- The UTEP rifle fired a 2321 in air rifle on the second and final day of the 2018 Patriot Rifle Conference Championships. Overall the Miners finish the event with a two-day aggregate of 4570.

TCU (4697) took home the title, followed by host Air Force (4670), Alaska Fairbanks (4667), Ohio State (4660), Nevada (4645) and UTEP.

Freshman Jessica Boyce fired a career-high 587 to bring her aggregate to 1153, which is one shy of her campaign high. Fellow classmate Samantha Miller followed suit with a personal-high 579 to cap the championships with an aggregate of 1128.

Junior Maranda Nelson registered a 581, tying her third-best effort of her career in the process. Overall she notched an aggregate of 1135.

Sophomore Mara Rouse recorded a score of 574 to wrap up the competition with an aggregate of 1127. Sophomore Abby Monique finished at 568 on the way to an aggregate of 1135.

The Miners will now be idle until playing host to Nevada in their NCAA Qualifier on Feb. 17. The match will be held at the UTEP rifle range and admission is free to the public.

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UTEP Rifle Set For Busy Weekend In Colorado

The UTEP rifle team is set to partake in a busy weekend of action in Colorado Springs, Colo., with a triangular match vs. Alaska Fairbanks and Air Force on Friday and the 2018 Patriot Rifle Conference Championships slated for Saturday and Sunday.

The smallbore portion will be held Saturday and air rifle will be on Sunday.

Sophomore Bailey Powell headlines the efforts for the Miners, pacing them in season averages for smallbore (573), air rifle (588) and aggregate (1161).

Freshman Jessica Boyce sports an aggregate average of 1144, including 564 in smallbore and 580 in air rifle. She is coming off a career-high 570 in smallbore against Jacksonville State on Jan. 28.

Sophomore Abby Monique is rounding into form, having fired campaign-high aggregates of 1155 in back-to-back matches on Jan. 27 and Jan. 28. Helping that score was a persona-best 588 last time out vs. Jacksonville State on Jan. 28.

Junior Maranda Nelson enters the weekend with a season aggregate average of 1137, using a 562 average in air rifle and an average of 575 in smallbore.

Sophomore Mara Rouse has a campaign aggregate average of 1135, with a 566 average in smallbore and a 569 average in air rifle. She did not, though, compete in the Miners’ opening weekend of the spring portion of the schedule.

Freshman Samantha Miller carries an average aggregate of 1126 into the action-packed weekend. Last time out vs. Jacksonville State, she matched her career high in air rifle with a score of 578.

UTEP Rifle Team Edged by Alaska-Fairbanks Friday

The UTEP rifle team was edged by visiting Alaska-Fairbanks, 4664-4576, at the UTEP rifle range in the Miners’ 2017-18 fall finale on Friday.

“Today’s match marked the halfway point of our season,” UTEP head coach Hannah Muegge said. “I am thoroughly impressed with how much this squad has learned since we started back in September. Our match demeanor has never looked better but we know there is still room for improvement. We’ve seen many personal bests throughout this Fall segment. Our focus when the team returns to action in January will be to take those strong individual scores and tie them together as a team effort.”

Sophomore Bailey Powell led the Orange and Blue with an aggregate of 1157. She recorded a 569 in smallbore and a 588 in air rifle.

Sophomore Abby Monique posted an aggregate of 1145. She fired a 568 in smallbore and a 577 in air rifle.

Junior Maranda Nelson finished with an aggregate of 1134. She registered a 562 in smallbore and a 572 in air rifle.

Freshman Jessica Boyce turned in an aggregate of 1132. She used a score of 555 in smallbore and a 577 in air rifle.

Freshman Samantha Miller compiled an aggregate of 1126. She notched a 556 in smallbore and a 570 in air rifle.

Sophomore Mara Rouse tallied an aggregate of 1123. She shot a 563 in smallbore and a 560 in air rifle.

The Miners will be back in action with triangular match against TCU and Jacksonville State on Jan. 27 at the UTEP rifle range. UTEP will then wrap-up the weekend at home against Jacksonville State on Jan. 28.

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UTEP Rifle Fires Second-Highest Score Of Season At TCU

FT WORTH, Texas- The UTEP rifle team fired its second-highest score of the season in a 4707-4592 loss at TCU Saturday.

Sophomore Bailey Powell paced the Orange and Blue with an aggregate of 1161. She recorded a score of 569 in smallbore before unleashing a season-high 592 in air rifle.

Sophomore Abby Monique shot a campaign-best aggregate of 1150. She registered a 570 in smallbore and fired a season-high 580 in air rifle.

Sophomore Mara Rouse finished with an aggregate of 1138. She posted a 570 in smallbore and tallied a 568 in air rifle.

Freshman Jessica Boyce compiled an aggregate of 1136. She checked in at 560 in smallbore and shot a 576 in air rifle.

Junior Maranda Nelson recorded an aggregate of 1135, using a 562 in smallbore and a 573 in air rifle.

Freshman Samantha Miller produced an aggregate of 1125. She shot a 557 in smallbore and notched a total of 568 in air rifle.

UTEP will return to action when it plays host to Alaska-Fairbanks on Friday. Admission is free with the match being held at the UTEP Rifle Range inside the Military Sciences building. Smallbore starts at 9 a.m. and air rifle commences at 11:45 a.m.

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UTEP Rifle To Celebrate 10.9 Day Monday (Oct. 9)

In conjunction with USA Shooting and in celebration of “10.9 day,” the UTEP rifle team will be opening its range to fellow Miner student-athletes, members of the UTEP Athletic Department, students and fans on Monday (Oct.9).

The range will be open from 11 a.m. to 3p.m. for individuals who want to experience the sport first-hand. The event will take place at the UTEP Rifle Range, located in the Military Science Building.

The first 50 participants that take part will receive a UTEP Rifle shirt. Participants will also be entered into a raffle to win a UTEP Rifle Basket. Paydirt Pete will also be there to celebrate the occasion from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

“This event means so much to me because it’s a great way for the team to share their passion for rifle with our fans and community,” UTEP head coach Hannah Muegge said. “Our first time hosting the event in 2015, we didn’t know what to expect. I think at the end of the day, we had roughly 125 people come out and participate. We are very excited to able to continue our 10.9 Day tradition.”

This is the third 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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Powell Leads Way For UTEP Rifle In Season Opener Vs. Nevada

The UTEP rifle team fired an aggregate of 4581 while visiting Nevada finished with an aggregate of 4677 in the 2017-18 season opener for both squads at the UTEP rifle range Saturday.

The Miners finished with a score of 2263 in smallbore while tallying 2318 air rifle.

“Today’s ultimate was to give each shot our best effort, and I believe we achieved that,” UTEP head coach Hannah Muegge said. “We still have a few things we need to fine tune for our match at Nevada but it feels good to get a match under our belt, especially for freshmen. I’m very impressed with our how well we handled ourselves on the range today, and we’re looking forward to getting back to work next week.”

Sophomore Bailey Powell set the tone for the team by finishing with the third-highest aggregate (1158) of her career. She started things off by recording her second-best smallbore score (572) before tallying a quality effort of 586 in air rifle to round out the day.

Freshman Jessica Boyce and Sophomore Abby Monique followed by both finishing with an aggregate of 1140. Monique used the Miners’ second-highest smallbore score (566) of the day to go along with a 574 in air rifle to finish at 1140. Boyce checked in at 564 in smallbore while recording a 576 in air rifle.

Junior Maranda Nelson competed exclusively in air rifle. She made it count by notching a career-high 581 in the discipline.
Sophomore Mara Rouse compiled an aggregate of 1136. She registered 561 in smallbore and carded a 575 in air rifle.

Freshman Samantha Miller finished with an aggregate of 1118 debut on her first match as a Miner. She shot a 549 in smallbore before firing a 569 in air rifle.

UTEP will continue its campaign when it travels to compete at Nevada on Oct. 14 (smallbore) and Oct. 15 (air rifle).

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UTEP Rifle Adds To Signing Class With Prep Standout Samantha Miller

Samantha Miller inked a national letter of intent to attend school and compete with the UTEP rifle team beginning with the 2017-18 season, head coach Hannah Muegge revealed Monday.

Miller is the second individual for the 2017 signing class, joining Jessica Boyce.

“As we continue to build our roster for the 2017-18 season, Samantha Miller brings both a good attitude and a high level of motivation to the table,” Muegge said. “She has some great expectations set coming into the program and will help push us to achieve our team goals both on and off the range.”

Miller, understandably so, is thrilled with the chance to become a Miner.

“Being a Miner to me means that I get to continue on in a sport I love and have a passion for,” Miller said. “The best part is I will be with a shooting team that will become family. I will have support behind me all the time, as I will support them. I will have a coach who is there for me to help me with my problems while getting an education for something later in life. I can’t wait to join the Miner family.”

Below is a brief bio on Miller

Samantha Miller competes with the Los Alamos High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC)

… garnered the “Distinguished Shooter Badge” in 2016

… part of the Navy National Championship team in both 2015 and 2016

… secured the 2016 overall individual Navy Precision Champion while grabbing runner-up honors in 2017

… took home the 2017 New Mexico overall Precision Champion and the 2016 New Mexico 5A Precision Champion

… qualified for the Junior Olympics in air rifle in 2015, 2016 and 2017 while also doing so for smallbore in 2017

… at the 2017 event she finished 44th in a field of nearly 200 in air rifle while placing 51st in smallbore

… also qualified for American Legion in 2017 … has been shooting for five years

… fell in love with the sport while shooting on the range with her older brother during his senior year of high school

… plans to major in nursing at UTEP … on track to graduate from Los Alamos HS in June.

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UTEP Rifle Gains Experience At 2017 USA Shooting National Junior Olympics

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – UTEP rifle team members Abby Monique (smallbore and air rifle) Mara Rouse, Maranda Nelson and Bailey Powell (air rifle only) recently had an amazing opportunity for growth by being invited to compete at the 2017 USA Shooting National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

The Miners interacted with and shared the range with some of the best shooters in the sport, including 2016 Rio Olympics Women’s Air Rifle gold medalist Ginny Thrasher.

It marked the first such trip to the event for Rouse while Monique and Powell made their third and Nelson her fourth. The Miners performed admirably, placing three individuals among the top 75 (in a field of nearly 200) in the 10m air rifle.

In order to attend the Junior Olympics, athletes who are under the age of 20 (junior-aged athletes), must compete in a state junior Olympic Shooting championship match and receive an invitation to compete by meeting either an automatic score or win the athlete’s respective state title.

“It was very exciting to have all four of our junior aged athletes qualify and compete at the Junior Olympic Shooting Championships representing UTEP,” UTEP head coach Hannah Muegge said. “I’d like to thank our UTEP parents who came out and supported all of our athletes, in addition to those back home who followed along online. In the collegiate category, we definitely had one of the largest showings at this match. I could not ask for a better support system.”

Powell was exceptional, finishing in 14th place (out of a field of 180) in the 10m air rifle. She was particularly strong on the first day of action with her score (413) placing her eighth heading to the second day.

Monique represented the Orange and Blue in the smallbore. She recorded a score of 1120 to land in the upper-echelon of the field with a 31st-place finish. She also joined Powell in the 10m air rifle, tallying a total score of 804.8 to take 68th place.

Rouse, competing in the 10m air rifle, shot 401.3 in the first day before improving to 402.1 on day two. The total of 803.4 was good enough for 74th.

Nelson was saddled with a rifle malfunction on the first day and had to borrow an air rifle for the second day. Despite the challenges she held her head up high.

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UTEP Rifle Excels In NCAA Qualifier Vs. Nevada

Senior Rachael Schoenrock fired the second-best aggregate (1160) on the range, aided by placing first in the smallbore (577), to lead the way for the UTEP rifle team in its NCAA Qualifier match at home against Nevada Saturday morning.

The Miners (4616) were just 10 points behind the Wolfpack (4639) in smallbore and 13 back in air rifle to account for the smallest aggregate margin (23 points) of the season. It was a fitting conclusion to the campaign and also to the careers of the Orange and Blue’s three seniors (Rachael Schoenrock, Jessica Kinder and Monthserrat Serna).

“Knowing the importance of the NCAA Qualifier match, today’s performance was just what the team needed,” UTEP head coach Hannah Muegge said. “Being able to repeat last weekend’s strong performance at TCU was a great way to wrap up our season.”

Kinder competed exclusively in air rifle, firing the team’s second-best score (585) in the event on the day. The top honor went to freshman Baily Powell, whose readout of 587 was the third-highest tally by any competitor on the range. Powell added 566 in smallbore to wrap up the round at 1153.

Haylee Schoenrock and freshman Abby Monique both registered an aggregate of 1147. Monique shot a 571 in smallbore and 576 in air rifle. Schoenrock used a 567 in smallbore and 580 in air rifle.

Freshman Mara Rouse shot 541 in smallbore and 571 in air rifle for an aggregate of 1112. Maranda Nelson competed only in smallbore, recording a score of 555.

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Powell Paces UTEP Rifle At TCU

FT. WORTH, Texas – Freshman Bailey Powell fired a career-high 1168 to pace the UTEP rifle team in its regular-season finale at TCU Saturday. The Miners recorded a road match season-high 4616, which will help with NCAA rankings and qualifying, while the homestanding Horned Frogs finished with a team aggregate of 4714.

Powell shot a personal-best 577 in smallbore while recording a squad-high 591 in air rifle to achieve the career-best aggregate.

Sophomore Haylee Schoenrock enjoyed a career day, setting a personal best in aggregate (1154). She used a career-high matching 586 in air rifle while recording a 568 in smallbore.

Senior Rachael Schoenrock posted an aggregate of 1152, firing a 574 in smallbore and 578 in air rifle. Freshman Abby Monique finished with an aggregate of 1135. She shot 557 in smallbore and 578 in air rifle.

Sophomore Maranda Nelson registered an aggregate of 1130. She registered 561 in smallbore and 569 in air rifle. Freshman Mara Rouse recorded an aggregate of 1121. She shot 564 in smallbore and 557 in air rifle.

UTEP will return to action while playing host to Nevada in its NCAA Qualifier match at 11 a.m. MST Feb. 18. As part of the celebration surrounding National Girls & Women In Sports Day, there will be “Lunch with the UTEP Rifle Team.” Admission is free.

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Rouse Shines For UTEP Rifle Vs. Ohio State

Freshman Mara Rouse turned in the best effort of her career to set the tone for the UTEP rifle team (4576) in a home meet with Ohio State (4676) at the UTEP Rifle Range Sunday. The Miners fired 2247 in smallbore and 2329 in air rifle while the Buckeyes finished at 2314 in smallbore and 2362 in air rifle.

Rouse came within a point (565) of matching her personal high in smallbore but shattered her prior standard (583) with a 591 in air rifle. The combined effort led to a career-high aggregate (1156). Fellow classmate Bailey Powell shot 566 in smallbore and 589 in air rifle to record the second-best aggregate (1155) of her career.

Senior Rachael Schoenrock registered a 569 in smallbore and 581 in air rifle for an aggregate of 1150. Sophomore Haylee Schoenrock recorded 565 in smallbore while firing her second-highest total (581) in air rifle to conclude with her second-best aggregate (1151) as a Miner.

Freshman Abby Monique shot 547 in smallbore and 571 for an aggregate of 1118. Sophomore Maranda Nelson posted a 533 in smallbore and matched the second-best air rifle score (579) of her career for an aggregate of 1112. Jessica Kinder (578) and Monthserrat Serna (564) both competed only in air rifle.

UTEP will wrap up the fall portion of its campaign by competing twice at Nevada from Nov. 12-13.

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Powell Leads UTEP Rifle Vs. Alaska Fairbanks

Freshman Bailey Powell enjoyed a career day to help lead the way for the UTEP rifle team (4600) in a home dual meet with Alaska Fairbanks (4662) at the UTEP Rifle Range Friday.

The Miners shot 2271 in smallbore and 2329 in air rifle while the Nanooks finished with respective totals of 2306 and 2356.

Powell led the way for the Miners by establishing personal bests in both smallbore (570) and air rifle (590) to post a career-high aggregate (1160). She had the second-best air rifle score and third-highest overall aggregate by any shooter on the range.

Senior Rachael Schoenrock registered 574 in smallbore and 581 in air rifle to finish at 1155. Sophomore Haylee Schoenrock recorded a 565 in smallbore after firing a career-best in air rifle (586) to elevate her aggregate to the highest of her career (1151).

Sophomore transfer Maranda Nelson equaled her second-best career score in smallbore (562) while shooting 577 in air rifle to match her second-highest career aggregate (1139).

Freshman Abby Monique shot 562 in smallbore and 571 in air rifle for an aggregate of 1133. Senior Jessica Kinder represented UTEP in the air rifle, and she delivered a solid effort of 585. Freshman Mara Rouse (573) and senior Monthserrat Serna (561) also competed exclusively in air rifle.

UTEP will return to the range when it welcomes Ohio State to town Sunday. Smallbore will commence at 7:30 a.m. and air rifle will begin at approximately 10 a.m.

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UTEP Rifle Posts Best Aggregate Score In Five Years

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The UTEP rifle team fired the highest aggregate (4622) at the school in five years while competing alongside Air Force (4673) and Nevada (4643) in a triangular meet Saturday. The Miners turned in the seventh-best team score (2342) in program history in air rifle while also setting a season high in smallbore (2280).

“I’m very proud of the determination that this team had in today’s match,” UTEP head coach Hannah Muegge said. “We went to the line and made our shots count resulting in eight personal bests. The team is very much looking forward to continuing this progress tomorrow as we compete in a second match with Air Force and Nevada.”

Freshman Abby Monique got off to a good start by equaling her career high (576) in smallbore during the first relay. She stayed locked in during air rifle by establishing a personal best (585) in the discipline. The effort allowed her to break her aggregate career score (1161) for the third straight match.

Senior Rachael Schoenrock recorded 569 in smallbore and 584 in air rifle to wrap up the day with an aggregate of 1153.

Freshman Bailey Powell set a personal standard in smallbore (569) while adding a solid score in air rifle (583) for a career-best aggregate (1152). It marked the third time in as many competitions that Powell has set a career high for aggregate.

Sophomore transfer Maranda Nelson set personal bests in both smallbore (567) and air rifle (580) to finish with the highest aggregate (1147) of her career. Freshman Mara Rouse was in top form as well, setting career highs in smallbore (566), air rifle (580) and aggregate (1146). She used a borrowed rifle in air rifle after hers malfunctioned.

Sophomore Haylee Schoenrock shot her third-best smallbore score (565) of her career before matching her personal high in air rifle (578). The quality effort in both disciplines allowed her to finish with a career-high aggregate (1143).

Senior Jessica Kinder was called upon to compete in the air rifle portion of the match. She delivered a brilliant performance with a career-high 590.

The Miners will wrap up their stay in Colorado by sharing the range with Air Force and Nevada for the second time in as many days Sunday.

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UTEP Rifle Team Invites Public to Celebrate ‘10.9’ Day Monday

The UTEP rifle team is pleased to wish everyone a “Happy 10.9 Day!” 10.9 Day, celebrated annually on Oct. 9, is a day in which the shooting sports community recognizes excellence achieved both on the shooting range and in our everyday lives.

The 10.9 Day campaign, which was started by the NCAA Rifle governing body USA Shooting, was created to celebrate excellence as well as bring awareness to the sport of competitive shooting. A 10.9 represents the most perfect shot that a shooter can execute.

“This is a great way for the team to be able to share their passion of the sport with our community,” UTEP head coach Hannah Muegge said. “Today is a day where we can take a step back and recognize all of the accomplishments that we have made and celebrate them. UTEP student-athletes, students, professors and staff members, as well as fans are all invited to come out and celebrate with the team. We’d love to see a full house.”

The Miners would like to invite the public to take part in the celebration by coming out to the UTEP Rifle Range Monday (Oct. 10) from 2-5 p.m. The UTEP Rifle Range is located inside the UTEP Military Science Building on Glory Road.

The team will show participants what it’s like to take a shot in a collegiate rifle setting. The first 100 participants will receive a free 10.9 Day t-shirt featuring the team’s custom 10.9 Day design created by UTEP Athletics Director of Video Production & Graphic Design, Charles Davis.

UTEP Rifle hosted its first 10.9 Day event last year for UTEP Athletics and had roughly 125 participants throughout the day. The turnout was so great that the team decided to open it up and make it an annual event, depending on the schedule.

The Miners are no stranger to shooting 10.9s. They had shot more 10.9 during Saturday’s match against Nevada; UTEP finished with 13 (six air rifle, seven smallbore) compared to the Wolf Pack’s nine (five air rifle, four smallbore).

UTEP Rifle Records Best Aggregate Score (4617) In Five Years

The UTEP rifle team fired its best aggregate score (4617) in five years while competing alongside Nevada (4644) in its home opener Saturday. The Miners finished at 2269 in smallbore before enjoying the fourth-best air rifle score (2348) in program history. The Wolf Pack concluded with respective discipline scores of 2292 and 2352.

“We put up a good performance at our match today with Nevada at home,” UTEP head coach Hannah Muegge said. “I’m proud of the progress that we’ve made from last weekend at Nevada, especially in air rifle. This is where we should be. Our sport is a balance of two events, air rifle and smallbore, and that is what we will need to work on next week during our upcoming bye week.”

Senior Rachael Schoenrock led the way with the top aggregate (1169) among all shooters on the range, which also tied as the third-highest effort of her career. Her smallbore (580) tied as the best on the day with Nevada’s Mitchell Van Patten. She registered the second-best air rifle score (589) by any performer Saturday, in addition to ranking second in the discipline for her career.

Freshman Abby Monique set career bests for aggregate (1152) and air rifle (583) while firing the Miners’ second-best smallbore score (569) of the day. Fellow classmate Bailey Powell followed suit with personal highs in aggregate (1148) and air rifle (588). She finished at 560 in smallbore.

Sophomore Haylee Schoenrock posted an aggregate of 1133 to improve upon her effort from the season opener. She shot 573 in air rifle and 560 in smallbore.

Senior Jessica Kinder was called upon to compete for the team in air rifle, and she delivered in a big way with the second-best total (588) of her career.

Sophomore transfer Maranda Nelson made personal progress in smallbore (557-seven points better than last week) while also gaining competitive experience in air rifle with a 564 to wrap up the day with an aggregate of 1121.

Freshman Mara Rouse made strides from last week by establishing career bests in aggregate (1125), smallbore (554) and air rifle (571).

Senior Monthserrat Serna also got to get in some work in the high-pressure setting of match day. Her efforts on the practice range paid off as she tied her third-best effort (567) in air rifle of her career.

UTEP will use its bye week to fine-tune its skills before returning to action in a tri-angular meet at Air Force on Oct. 22-23. Nevada will also compete in the two-day event.

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