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    Rifle Wins SEARC II, Places Fourth at The Citadel
    Dani Foster
    Dani Foster

    Oct. 9, 2011

    CHARLESTON, S.C. - NC State remained undefeated in SEARC competition after taking first place at the SEARC II meet. The No. 18 Pack also placed fourth at The Citadel Invitational. The SEARC II and The Citadel Invitational were combined into one meet, with six SEARC teams shooting air rifle for the SEARC II part of the meet, and seven NCAA programs shooting both smallbore and air rifle to make up The Citadel Invitational.

    In the SEARC part of the competition, the Pack competed against The Citadel, Clemson, Georgia Military, Wofford, and North Georgia. NC State also faced No. 2 TCU, No. 16 Columbus State, and No. 6 Jacksonville State in The Citadel Invitational portion of the match.

    Dani Foster led the team in her first collegiate meet, placing 12th in smallbore with a score of 563 and ninth in air rifle with a score of 580, for a combined score of 1143. William Teller was the second-best performer of the weekend for the Pack, shooting 555 in smallbore and 572 in air rifle for a score of 1127.

    Madeline Pike turned in a solid performance for NC State, firing a 561 in both smallbore and air rifle for a combined score of 1122. Bryan Cross was fourth on the team, shooting a 552 smallbore and turning in a 568 air rifle for a score of 1120.

    Martha Hall shot a 550 smallbore and 565 air rifle to finish with a score of 1115, and Rachel Jones turned in scores of 536 in smallbore and 574 in air rifle, good for 15th place, for a total of 1110.

    Amy Roderer, competing in her first match since February 2010, fired a 515 smallbore and then turned in a personal best air rifle score of 565 for a combined score of 1080.

    NC State finished with a team score of 2231 in smallbore and 2294 in air rifle, for a total of 4525.



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