Rifle Finishes Second at Hawaii Invitational Matches
HONOLULU - The University of Nevada rifle team finished second place Saturday at the Aloha Invitational Matches at the Saint Louis School in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Wolf Pack only competed in the air rifle and shot an aggregate of 2245.
Texas Christian University took first place in the air rifle with an aggregate of 2281, while Air Force finished third behind the Wolf Pack with an aggregate of 2242. Senior Andrew Hickey led the Wolf Pack with a shot of 569, finishing fourth overall.
Sophomore Jessica Klatt shot a 568 to finish fifth and junior Leah Taboada shot a 567 to finish sixth overall. Senior Sarah Smith shot a 541 to finish 17th.
Junior Heather Horn, who returned to her home state, shot a 556 to finish 13th overall. Horn shot as an individual. Other independents, junior Kristi McGinley finished 15th place overall with a shot of 545 and junior Martha Eisenhour shot a 534 to finish18th overall.
TCU’s Erin Lorenzen shot a 577 to take the overall win in the air rifle.
The Wolf Pack returns to action on March 13-14, when it will head to Fort Worth, Texas for its eighth consecutive NCAA Championships appearance.