By Kyle Jillson | March 20 2011 08:15
2011 NRA Intercollegiate Pistol Championships - Women's Sport Pistol

Women's Sport Pistol Championship was shot during the second half of day two at the NRA Intercollegiate Pistol Championships.

The championship is shot in two courses. The first is the Precision Course of 30 shots. Six series of five shots in an allotted time of five minutes per series.

The second course is the Rapid Fire Course. Like the one before it, this course is six series of five shots. Where the two courses differ is during each of the series the target appears five times, for three seconds each time, and pauses for seven seconds between each appearance. Only one shot may be fired during each appearance. 

This time the women shooters of Ohio St., USNA, USMA, MIT and USCGA faced off in the team match at the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit's 25 meter range where the United States Naval Academy took their second Women's championship this year with a final score of 1626.

In the individual finals, Kirsten Asdal of the United States Naval Academy pulled off a close one against silver medalist Heather Deppe with a 655.3.

Team and individual standings are as follows:

Women's Sport Pistol - Team
Team Score
  USNA 1626 
  USMA 1602 
  MIT 1541 
  Ohio St. 1528 
  USCGA 1440 

Women's Sport Pistol - Individual
Name Score
  Kirsten Adsal  655.3
  Heather Deppe  653.9
  Kimberly Hullings  645.3
  Emily Meyer  640.8
  Kelly Jhong  626.8
  Catherine Drake  624.0
  Alejandra Dorado  618.8
  Tiffany Vegter  618.8


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