| Bryan Cross
ALL-SEARC: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
2012-13: Became the first four-time All-SEARC selection in NC State history ... Finished with a 577 air rifle average and 562 smallbore average ... Shot a career-high 583 score in air rifle at SEARC #5 on Jan. 19 ... Shot a season-high 577 in smallbore against third-ranked Kentucky on Nov. 3.
2011-12: Fired a new personal-best of 578 in smallbore against Nebraska to tie the school record ... His mark was topped by teammate Dani Foster later in the season, but remains tied for the second-highest score in program history ... Shot a season-high score of 580 in air rifle ... Earned All-SEARC honors for the third consecutive season ... Inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, the highest academic honor a student can earn at NC State ... Graduated with a degree in criminology ... His 3.89 grade point average made him one of the top-10 scholar athletes at NC State ... Is currently pursuing his master's.
2010-11: Contributed to the team score in all events ... Shot a career high to win the individual SEARC Championship with a 581 points out of a possible 600.
2009-10: Contributed to the team score in 13 of 14 events as a freshman ... Led the team in scoring total at the 2010 GARC Championships, setting career highs in smallbore and aggregate ... Posted the second highest smallbore score of 2009-10 for the Wolfpack, a 570 at the GARC Championships, good for his career-best ... Second-best finish on the team at the SEARC Championships, giving him the team high for average finish at conference championship matches.
PREP/PERSONAL: Was a member of the Blue Trail Range Shooting Team ... Captain of his high school's rifle team his junior and senior years ... Four-time medalist of the Connecticut Junior Olympic qualifier ... Has competed twice at the National Jr. Olympic Shooting Championships in Colorado Springs ... Took fourth place intermediate junior at the Palmyra Invitational in Air Rifle ... Was a member of the track & field team and the tootball team his freshman year ... Eagle Scout ... Majoring in criminology.