2017–18 CTC Championship and Bowl Series Events

Upcoming Events

ACUI Collegiate Clay Target Championships
March 26–April 1, 2018 | National Shooting Complex | San Antonio 
Register | Match Program

Past Events

Western International Conference Championship & USAS Qualifier 
September 23–24 | Olympic Training Center | Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Upper West Coast Conference Championships 
September 30–October 1 | Black Dog SC and Boise Gun Club | Boise, Idaho

Central Midwest Conference Championships 
October 14–15 | World Shooting and Recreational Complex | Sparta, Illinois

Lower Midwest International Championships 
October 21–22 | San Antonio Gun Club | San Antonio 

Upper Midwest Conference Championships 
November 4–5 | Heartland Shooting Park | Grand Island, Nebraska

Upper East Coast Conference Championships 
November 11–12 | Prince George’s County Trap and Skeet Center | Glenn Dale, Maryland

ACUI Eastern Super Shoot & USAS Qualifier 
November 16–19 | Delta Resort and Spa | Tillar, Arkansas

Lower East Coast Conference Championships 
February 3–4, 2018 | Forest City Gun Club | Savanna, Georgia

Lower Midwest Conference Championships 
February 10–11, 2018 | National Shooting Complex | San Antonio 

Eastern International Championships & USAS Qualifier 
February 24–25, 2018 | Army Strong Event Fort Benning | Ft. Benning, Georgia

ACUI Western Super Shoot & USAS Qualifier 
March 8–11, 2018 | Tucson Trap and Skeet Club | Tucson, Arizona

Clay Targets 2 500-281 Clay Targets 3 400-225 Clay Targets 400-225

Collegiate Clay Target Championships

Past Years' Scores







ACUI Classification System

To recognize more deserving student athletes at the ACUI Clay Target Championships, ACUI uses a classification system for competition at the championships. The system is based on a shooters average from participation in any of the previous season's American Style Conference Championships or Super Shoots.

  1. If an athlete shoots one round of American Skeet or American Trap in an ACUI conference event, they will be ranked by their highest score in either of those events. That score will be used to assign them into a class.
  2. If an athlete shoots two rounds of American Skeet or two rounds of American Trap in ACUI conference events, they will be ranked by their average score in trap or their average score in skeet. All percentages are rounded up. The higher average of skeet or trap will be used to assign them into a class.

The breakdown of scores for the classes are:

Open – Top average score of 95 or above

A – 85-94

B – 75-84

C – 74 or below

If the shooter elects to shoot in class, they will shoot in class for all six events. Any shooter can decline shooting in class and elect to compete in open class. The classes are Open, A, B, and C. New shooters and shooters with no average are automatically placed in open class. If a shooter elects to shoot in class and their scores are in the top three of open class in any one event, they will receive the open class award and everyone in the respective class will move up. Regardless of class, athletes can be squadded together but do not compete against each other’s scores.

The following shooters are automatically entered in open class:

  • Past national champions in any shooting organization.
  • Any past or present USA Shooting team member.
  • NSCA Master class, NSSA A class or above.
  • ATA A class or above.

Shoot management reserves the right to move classes for athlete based on known ability.