2023–24 Season Dates Announced
Thank you for a great season! Save the date for 2023–24 competition now!
The ACUI Clay Targets program is a nonprofit, student-centered, campus-based community of student athletes, volunteer and paid coaches, range facilities, sponsors, friends, families, and ACUI staff.
Our inclusive community provides a foundation for student development, leadership opportunities, and personal growth.
Interested in supporting the ACUI Clay Targets program? Donate to the program’s endowment account with the MidwayUSA Foundation.
About Clay Targets
The ACUI Clay Targets program was established in 1968 and is the oldest collegiate shotgun sports program. Over the last 50 years, the program has evolved from a national championship event to a robust program, offering regional events from October through
March each year in addition to the ACUI Collegiate Clay Targets Championships. As the popularity of shooting sports programs on college campuses has grown, so has participation in the ACUI Clay Targets events. The ACUI Clay Targets program strives
to produce efficient, fun, and friendly competitions for collegiate student athletes.
The ACUI Clay Targets program does not require membership for participation in events. We welcome everything from individual student athletes to teams of 20+ to attend any of our events, as long as eligibility requirements are met. Teams that have not competed in an ACUI competition before can sign up to be part of the program using this form. Additional questions can be answered by referencing the FAQ or by contacting us at email@example.com.
Thanks to Larry and Brenda Potterfield and MidwayUSA Foundation, along with support from our sponsors, the ACUI Clay Targets program has been able to grow and give back to the community. The ACUI Clay Target program will continue to support and encourage the development of shotgun sports teams for years to come.
To get involved, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eligibility & Code of Conduct (2022-23)
MidwayUSA Foundation Partner Community
Guide to Establishing a Program (NSSF)
Guide to Developing a Program (NRA)
Presentation on Establishing a Program (Fort Hays State University & NSSF)
Advice on Starting a Team (Former University of Arizona Head Coach)