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Lady Govs rifle team finishes sixth in OVC air rifle championship

APSUs womens rifle team finished sixth Sunday, Feb. 20, in the OReilly Auto Parts Ohio Valley Conference Rifle Championship, held at the Morehead State rifle range.

APSU shot a combined total of 2,192, led by Corey Hasty with a 560, Shauna Haskin at 552 and Milly Thomas at 548. Jessica Benson rounded things out with a 532. Individually, Hasty finished 20th while Haskin, a relative newcomer, was 25th.

Jacksonville State won both the air and small bore competition and the overall team championship.
APSU's women's rifle team finished sixth Sunday, Feb. 20, in the O'Reilly Auto Parts Ohio Valley Conference Rifle Championship, held at the Morehead State rifle range.

APSU shot a combined total of 2,192, led by Corey Hasty with a 560, Shauna Haskin at 552 and Milly Thomas at 548. Jessica Benson rounded things out with a 532. Individually, Hasty finished 20th while Haskin, a relative newcomer, was 25th.

Jacksonville State won both the air and small bore competition and the overall team championship.

In the air standings, Tennessee Tech (2,310) was behind JSU (2,236) followed by Murray State (2,299), Tennessee-Martin's men (2,275), Tennessee-Martin's women (2,240) and the Lady Govs. APSU edged past Morehead's men (2,191) with the Morehead women (2,174) eighth.

JSU's James Hall was the top individual shooter and Athlete of the Year in small bore while teammate Joseph Hall was the top individual and Athlete of the Year in air rifle.

Jacksonville State's Ron Frost was named OVC Coach of the Year.
—Brad Kirtley