By Kyle Jillson | March 31 2012 13:25
ACUI Shooters look on during American Skeet

San Antonio, Texas – American Skeet began today without a hitch. The American events have the most shooters throughout the ACUI Clay Target Championships, with 423 competitors schedule to step behind the trigger today. The upper fields at the National Shooting Complex, normally used for the trap events, have even been switched over to accommodate the influx of students.

Today's men's early leader is Connor Drake from Sam Houston State University. Drake managed the nail 98 out of 100 skeets through four rounds of competition - extremely impressive. His teammate, Jake Tauscher, sits third with a 93 while James Pieper from Texas A&M-Corpus Christi follows with a 94.

In women's American Skeet, Central Michigan is currently hanging onto first with Hilary Feltrop's 88, followed by Colorado State's Elizabeth Tresslar and her 87. In third is Hiwassee College's Tianna Sellin with an 84.

Men's American Skeet
1 Connor Drake Sam Houston 98
2 James Pieper Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 94
3 Jake Tauscher Sam Houston 93
Waylan Brannan Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 93
5 Trevor Andrews Sam Houston 93
6 Chad Henderson Virginia Tech 91
7 Tim Moos Colorado State 91
8 Robbie Lytle Central Michigan 91
9 Nicholas Warren Virginia Tech 91
10 Spencer Stein Colorado State 90
11 Cole Dombroski Colorado State 90

Women's American Skeet
1 Hilary Feltrop Central Michigan 88
2 Elizabeth Tresslar Colorado State 87
3 Tianna Sellin Hiwassee 84
McKenzie Brown Virginia Tech 82
5 Emily Dello Russo Sam Houston 76
6 Leslie Barnard Vermont 72
7 Megan Perotti Central Michigan 72
8 Katie Farmakakis Sam Houston 70
9 Casey Stoneman Virginia Tech 70
10 Lena Mayo Colorado State 69

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