How It Works
Anytime from July 17 through August 16, you can register and shoot your targets at your local range. Please be sure to follow COVID-19 guidelines and procedures that are in place to keep your community safe while you compete.
Competition is open to collegiate and high school athletes, as well as alumni, coaches, parents, friends, and industry partners, sponsors. You can shoot in the following disciplines: American Trap, American Skeet, Doubles American Trap, Doubles American
Once completed, you will submit your scorecard here. Scorecards must be submitted before 11:59 p.m. Eastern on August 16.
Declaring a Team
While this event is open to more than collegiate athletes, we want to maintain our continued support of college students and their teams. Every individual is asked to declare the team they’d like to shoot on behalf of. At the end of the event, we’ll award the team that is represented by the HOA winners in the men’s and women’s divisions. Those teams will be awarded a contribution of $3,000 to their MidwayUSA Foundation endowment! To declare your team, please fill out this form.
- Teams MUST be considered “Engaged” by the MidwayUSA Foundation. This means that they must have received a donation in the amount of $10 or more within the calendar year.
- If the team you’d like to represent is not on the list (and therefore is not currently engaged), you can make a small donation ($10 or more) to their endowment account to add them to the list!