Clay Target Team

Women's Clay Target Team

We are excited to announce a Charger Women’s Clay Target Team beginning in the spring of 2022! Over the years, the Charger Clay Target team has had several female shooters participate successfully in our co-ed team, but we want to create more opportunities for women in athletics! As part of this exciting launch, we will be adding an additional coach to the Clay Target Team Staff! If you are interested in joining the Charger Clay Target Team, please contact Matt Schneider at mschneider@swtc.edu.

Southwest Tech has completed season four of the Clay Target Team. The team was made up of 27 members during the 2019/2020 season and won many awards in the Minnesota Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC) and USA College Clay Target League during the Fall of 2019. The team placed second during the conference season with the high individual male. The team also competed in the USA College Clay Target League being crowned team champion and having the two high individuals. The team will continue to compete with the MCAC and the USA Clay Target League. The team’s home club is the Muscoda Sportsman’s Club and competes virtually on Wednesday evenings along with face-to-face competitions. If you are interested in joining, please fill out the “Recruit Me” form on the website.

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Season Results

Caitlyn Blume - Southwest Tech Trapshooting Team

The team competes in the USA Clay Target League, with practices and competitions each Thursday during the semester. They finished in fourth place during the regular season, an impressive effort against a 14-team field. Caitlyn Blume, Dodgeville, Wisconsin, was the top female competitor.

Caitlyn Blume

Competition Results

Shelby Bedward - Southwest Tech Trapshooting Team

After a top tier finish during the regular season, the Southwest Tech Clay Target Team bested the competition during last week’s USA Clay Target League Championship. Shelby Bedward, Boscobel, Wisconsin, finished in third place – JV (female). As a team, Southwest Tech struck 481 out of 500 targets during the championship. The championship team score consists of the top five competitors. The team competed at the Muscoda Sportsman’s Club, their home club. All scores were then submitted and ranked against the competitors.

Shelby Bedward

Meet the Coaches

Matt SchneiderMatt Schneider is an Advisor and one of the trapshooting coaches on campus. Matt started trapshooting when he was 12 years old and it has become a lifelong sport and passion. Matt is a lifetime member of the Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) and has registered 35,000 targets. He has competed and won awards at state trapshoot tournaments in Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Wyoming, Colorado, and Illinois.

Matt is a certified shotgun instructor through the NRA and ATA. He has served as the state director for the ATA’s AIM program and Scholastic Clay Target Program. He is also currently serving as the state director for the Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League.

Dan ImhoffDan Imhoff is the Director of Facilities and one of the trapshooting coaches on campus. Dan is an avid hunter and outdoorsman. He is responsible for the care, maintenance, construction, remodeling, as well as the safety and security of all College buildings, furnishing, and grounds. Dan also serves as the chairperson of the college's Safety Committee and Behavioral Intervention Team. He is excited to help the Southwest Tech trap team grow in its second year.

Dan is an ATA member, certified shotgun instructor through the NRA, a certified Range Safety Officer, and serving as the state director of the Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League.

Clay Target Team

2021 Southwest Tech Clay Target Team. Front (L-R) Matt Schneider, co-coach; Ethan Heagney, Ft. Atkinson; Haylee Sheckler, Prairie du Chien; Greg Miller, Muscoda; Mia Hillebrand, Lone Rock; River Laack, Wisconsin Rapids; Alexis Forbes, Barneveld; Caitlyn Blume, Dodgeville; Cooper Rounds, Boscobel; Jalene Pierick, Dodgeville; Isaac Jones, Richland Center; Hilaree Richardson, Platteville; Will Callahan, Woodman; Shelby Bedward, Boscobel; and Dan Imhoff, co-coach. Back: Michael Kruser, Darlington; Joseph Day, Spring Green; Alex Egan, Cuba City; Hunter Marfilius, Prairie du Chien; and Collin Tracy, Blue River.