All Southwest Tech students are eligible to participate in the new Trap Shooting Team.
Southwest Tech completed its first fall season. The team was made up of ten shooters and competed in two collegiate shoots in Iowa and the Scholastic Clay Target Program collegiate nationals in Ohio. Practice was held at the Muscoda Sportsman’s Club for eight weeks during the months of September and October.
The team will resume practice and competitions starting in March of 2017. New members are always welcome to inquire about joining by filling out the “Recruit Me” form on this page. Spring competitions will include two shoots in Iowa against Iowa Community College teams and practice will once again be at the Muscoda Sportsman’s Club on Wednesday evenings.
Meet the Coaches
Matt Schneider is a Student Success Coach (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 has served as state director for the ATA's AIM program and the Scholastic Clay Target Program. He is excited to get the team up and running and competing in local, regional, and national competitions.
Dan 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 in its inaugural season.
Dan is an ATA member and a certified shotgun instructor through the NRA.