Reno, Nev.- The Nevada Wolf Pack rifle team will be traveling to El Paso, Texas Saturday Oct. 24, to take on UTEP for the fourth time this season.
Last week, the Pack had their first loss, placing second behind the Air Force in the three-team match between UTEP and the Air Force. Coming off the previous meet, it is the Pack's third consecutive time beating UTEP this season.
After this meet, the Pack will be facing UTEP four more times, one being the NCAA qualifiers.
"UTEP continues to improve." said coach Fred Harvey. "I expect a very close match."
At the Pack's first home match against UTEP, sophomore Dempster Christenson shot the highest air rifle score in the country to date.
"Dempster grows stronger with each match." said Harvey "Barring something unforeseen, I would expect a very good performance in El Paso."
Along with Christenson, freshman Clif Little, junior Jessica Klatt, senior Leah Taboada, freshman Danielle Poteete, senior Heather Horn and freshman Carmen Luke will be traveling to UTEP to shoot for the Pack.
"I expect everyone to shoot well" said Harvey.