Pro Staff Shooters

Trap Pro-Staff

Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Trap Special Combo with fully adjustable high-post rib, 32” O/U, 34” Unsingle, Choke Tubes in all barrels, Wenig custom stock.

Career Highlights
  • Member of the TrapShooting Hall of Fame
  • Member of the Kansas State Trapshooting
    Hall of Fame
  • Named to 25 All-American Teams,
    Captain 13 years
  • Three- time Champion of Champions – 2008, 2016 and 2017
  • 12 Time Grand American Trapshooting Champion
  • More than 200 Grand American Trophies
  • More than 100 Satellite Grand Championships
  • More than 60 Kansas State Championships
  • 331 – 100 Straights in Doubles
  • Completed ATA Grand Slam in August of 200
Krieghoff Gun:

Custom Grade K-80 Trap Combo with 32″ O/U barrels, fixed chokes, and 34″ Unsingle, fixed choke

Career Highlights
  • 2005 Highlights: 9 HAA’s, 9 HOA’s and 5 2nd place HOA’s, 4 Doubles wins and 1 Handicap win
  • In 2005, Kay brought his number of major Satellite Grand Championships to an amazing 70! Member of the ATA and New Jersey State Hall of Fame.
  • Named to ATA All-American Team 35 times, captain 3 times, most recently at age 60!
  • By the year 2005, he had won more than 60 Grand American trophies, 111 Satellite Grand Awards, 22 ATA Eastern Division championships, 125 New Jersey State Championships, and 19 Golden West Grand trophies.
  • You would be hard-pressed to find a more highly decorated and recognized trap shooter in the world. We are proud that he chooses to shoot a Krieghoff gun.
Krieghoff Gun:

Custom Grade K-80 Trap Combo with 32″ O/U barrels, fixed chokes, and 34″ Unsingle, fixed choke

Career Highlights

Hometown: North Brunswick, NJ now resides in Audubon, PA

PA resident Deborah Ohye-Neilson is proof substantial that shooting ability can indeed be inherited.  Her dad, Kay, is a 1995 ATA Hall of Fame Enshrine.  In 2005, Debbie and her father were the 1st Daughter and Father to be inducted into this select group.

Debbie is the first woman to complete the ATA Grand Slam on June 23, 1996 (#184) and she considers it’s the most memorable accomplishment.  She broke her first 200 straight in Singles during the 1994 Ohio State Shoot, her first 100 straight from 27 yards at the 1994 Western Grand, and her first 100 straight in Doubles at the 1996 Ohio State Shoot.

Her more than 280 category wins at the Grand American are nothing short of amazing including 4 Clay Target Championships, 4 Handicap Championships, 7 Doubles Championships, 11 All-Around Championships, and 10 High Over All Championships.

Debbie has accounted for over 900 category wins during ATA Satellite Grands.  She has also beat the field to win the 1997 Southern Grand Doubles Championship, 2009 Empire Grand Singles Championship, 2012 & 2016 Empire Grand Doubles Championship, 2012 Great Lakes Grand Singles Championship, and the 2017 Northeastern Grand Handicap Championship, and the 2019 Southwestern Grand Singles Championship.

In addition to her 9 women’s crowns in the Eastern Zone competition, she had beat the field for the 2006 & 2016 Handicap Championship, 2001 & 2002 Doubles Championship, 2004 & 2016 All Around Championship, and the 2001 & 2007 High Over All Championship.

While a resident of New Jersey, Debbie won the New Jersey State Women’s Singles title 20 times.  She also beat the field for the Singles State Title (2007 & 2010), for the Doubles State Title (2001, 2006, & 2012), the High All Around State Title (2001, 2005, & 2010), and the High Over All State Title (1998 & 2009).

Now a resident of Pennsylvania since 2013, Debbie won the PA State Women’s Singles title 4 times.  She also beat the field for the Singles State Title in 2013, the High All Around State Title in 2016, and the High Over All State Title in 2017.

 Career Highlights:

  • 2005 Member of the ATA Trapshooting Hall of Fame
  • 2003 Member of the New Jersey Trapshooting Hall of Fame
  • 2000 Member of the United States Eastern Hall of Fame
  • Named to 33 straight All American Teams, Captain 21 times
  • 1996 – 1st Women to complete the ATA Grand Slam (#184)
  • 1993 – 500 x 500 squad at the Virginia State Shoot

 

 

Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Trap Special 34″ Top Single, 32″ O/U

Career Highlights
  • 2015 Grand American High Over All Champion
  • 2014 Trapshooting Hall of Fame inductee
  • 2008 set ATA doubles long run record with 1130 straight
  • 22 time All American
  • 23 trap and Field All Around Average Awards ( 5 first place)
  • 18 California State Teams
  • 2006 California Hall of Fame inductee
  • 32 – 100 straights from the 27 yard line
  • 218- 100 straights in doubles
  • Highest yearly doubles average on record (99.67%)
  • 25 straight years with a 98%+ doubles average ( 4 of 99%+)
  • 4 years with a 96%+ Handicap average
Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 ACS

Career Highlights

  • 2019 Trapshooting Hall of Fame Inductee
  • State Accomplishments:
    30+ State Championship titles
    15+ 27 yard 100 straights
  • Grand American:
    2 time Champion of Champions
    2009 Doubles Champion
    2014 Singles Champion
  • Records:
    625 straight – Single Day Shoot Off
    98.42 High All Around Average
Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Trap Special 

Career Highlights
  • 2019 HOA and HAA- Dixie Grand
  • 2019 HOA Connecticut State Shoot
  • 2019 HAA Northeast Grand
  • 2019 HAA Silver Dollar Open
  • Over 65 Event Trophies won in 2019.
  • 2018 Completed ATA Grand Slam

Donald Neilson, Jr.

Trap Pro Staff
Hometown: Audubon, PA
Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Trap Special Combo with 30″ Over/Under barrel and 34″ Unsingle barrel.

Career Highlights
  • 29-Time All American Team Member (2-Time Men’s Captain)
  • Trapshooting Hall of Fame inductee (2015)
  • 1 of 3 People in Trapshooting History to Break the 400X400 HAA Only one to do it at a Satellite Grand (2013 Western Grand Vernal, UT)
  • Grand American Record of 700 Straight Starting the HOA ( Vandalia, OH 2005)
  • Nebraska State Trapshooting Hall of Fame Inductee (1998)
  • 4-Time Grand American World Trapshooting Champion
  • 50+ ATA Satellite Grand Championships
  • 27 Nebraska State Trap Championships
  • 2 Nebraska State Skeet Championships ( Champ of Champs and Doubles)
  • Master Class Sporting Clays
  • ATA Life Member
  • NRA Patron Life Member
  • NSCA/NSSA Life Member
  • NSSF Member
  • Head Shooting Coach at Doane University Crete, NE

Skeet Pro-Staff

Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Tapered Step Trap with 32″ barrels, Monte Carlo trap stock with adjustable comb and #4 forend. Briley standard weight tubes for small gauge.  Back up receiver for emergencies of which Todd says, “It’s unfired. I’ve never needed it yet.”

Career Highlights
  • 2019 HOA World Champion
  • 2019 .410 World Champion
  • 2014 World HAA Champion
  • 2012 Doubles World Skeet Champion
  • 2012 U.S. Open HOA Champion
  • 2011 20 Gauge World Champion
  • 2009 HOA High Average Leader
  • 2009 World HAA Champion
  • 2007 .410 World Skeet Champion
  • 2006 Doubles World Skeet Champion
  • 2006 28 Gauge Champion
  • Member of the NSSA Hall of Fame
  • Member of the Trinity University Athletic Hall of Fame
  • 35 straight years (1982 – 2016) NSSA Open First Team All-American
  • 40 – 400×400, 9 – 550×550, and 2 – 650×650
  • HOA World Champion in 1991, 1998, 2008, 2009, 2019
  • Numerous HIgh Average leader awards and 25 individual World Championp titles

Todd Bender travels extensively year round shooting tournaments and conducting shooting clinics.  You can contact Todd at 678-296-5184 or toddbenderintl@gmail.com for private work or information concerning Todd Bender Performance Systems.

Todd’s instructional DVDs are available on the Krieghoff Online Store.

Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Skeet with 30″ Tapered Flat rib barrel with screw in choke tubes.

Career Highlights
  • 2019 NSSA Hall of Fame Inductee
  • NSSA All-American Team member for 21 Consecutive years – 2000 to 2020.
  • Achieved 400×400 three times
  • 2006 Maryland Skeet Hall of Fame Inductee
  • Maryland Skeet Team Captain 16 times
  • World Championship Doubles, 20 gauge and 28 gauge Championship titles won in various years
  • 27 Zone II Champioships, 40 Maryland State Championships (6 HOA), 23 Pennsylvania State Championships  (7 HOA) and 7 Armed Forces Championships  (1 HOA)

 

 

 

Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Skeet with 30″ Tapered Flat rib barrels with screw in choke tubes.

Career Highlights
  • 2020 NSSA Hall of Fame Inductee
  • 7 World Lady Championships
  • 4 U.S. Open Lady Championship Titles
  • 5 Krieghoff Masters Lady Championship Titles
  • 8 Zone VI Lady Championship  Titles
  • 11 Texas State Lady Championship Titles
  • 4 Oklahoma State Lady Championship Titles
  • 11 Time All-American Team Member, 1 Time Open Team
  • World Record:  In 2014 set the current Lady’s .410 long run record at 282 targets straight
  • World Record: In 2013 became the first woman to win a mini tournament HOA with 200×200
Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Skeet Gun , Heritage Scroll engraving, standard weight 28″ skeet barrels with fixed chokes, #6 stock, #7 forend w/sub gauges tubes

Career Highlights
  • 2012 .410 World Skeet Champion
  • 2014 28ga World Skeet Champion
  • Two time HOA World Skeet Champion
  • 48 Time All-American (31 Times on Open 1st Team)
  • Currently holds 20 gauge long run record at 2173
  • Has broken 20 400×400’s
  • Has had a 99+ HOA average 20 times
  • Member of the NSSA and TSSA Hall of Fame
  • Current Open Second Team All-American

Shooting Tip:  “Shoot practice with as much intensity as your competition targets.”

Krieghoff Gun:

Krieghoff K-80 Skeet with  Gold Bavaria Royale engraving.  2 Barrel Concept with 30″ barrels choked SK/Sk with Briley Ultra Light Sub Gauge tubes.  30″ Heavy Barrel for 12ga with Briley thin wall chokes and Briley porting.  32″ Choked tubed Sporting Clays barrel with Extreme Collared Titanium Chokes.  Custom Stock by Krieghoff

Career Highlights
  • 11 Time National Skeet Shooting Association All American Team Member
  • California Hall of Fame Member
  • Zone 7 Hall of Fame Member
  • 16 Time California All-State Team Member
  • 16 Time Zone 7 Open All Star Team Member
  • 2 Career 500×500’s
  • 7 Career 400×400’s
  • Master Class NSCA Sporting Clays
  • 6 Zone 7 Championships
  • 6 California State Championships

Shooting Tip: “Good Equipment, Good Instruction, Good Attitude and hard work and a little luck is what it takes to get to the top”

Sporting Pro-Staff

Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Pro  Sporter with 32″ Choke Tube barrels.

Career Highlights
  • 2019 Team USA Sporting Captain
  • 2018 Western Regional Main Event HOA
  • 2017 South Central Regional Main Event HOA
  • 2017 World English Super Sporting HOA
  • 2016 Team USA FITASC Team
  • 2016 Team USA Sporting Team
  • 2016 NSCA All-American Team
  • 2016 Seminole Cup 3rd
  • 2016 SC Regionals 3rd
  • 2016 US Open FITASC RU
  • 2015 US Open RU
  • 2015 US Open FITASC Champion
  • 2014 Seminole Cup Champion
  • 2012 National FITASC Champion
  • 2012 Florida Challenge HOA
  • 2012 East Coast Championship FITASC HOA
  • 2012 Gamaliel Cup FITASC & Prelim HOA
  • 2012 McGough Classic HOA
  • 2011 McGough Classic HOA
  • 2011 Florida State Championship HOA
  • 2011 U.S. Open 5-Stand HOA
  • 2011 Georgia State Championship HOA
  • 2011 Zone 4 Championship HOA
  • 2010 U.S. Open Runner-Up
  • 2010 Mississippi State Championship HOA
  • 2010 National Championship Third Over All
  • 2009 Tennessee State Championship HOA
  • 2009 Zone 4 Championship HOA
  • 2009 National Championship M2
  • 2008 North Carolina State Championship HOA
  • 2008 South Carolina State Championship HOA
  • 2008 Zone 4 Championship HOA
Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Parcours with 32″ Barrels

Career Highlights
  • 2009 Florida State Shoot-
    • 5-Stand Champion
    • Prelim Champion
    • FITASC Champion
    • Main Event Champion
  • 2009 Gamaliel Cup Champion
  • 2009 Rhino Rally Champion
  • 2009 Seminole Cup Runner-Up
  • 2008 Seminole Cup Runner-Up
  • 2008 Quail Unlimited Champion
  • 2008 Florida State Champion – FITASC, Preliminary & Main Event
  • 2008 Gamaliel Cup Runner-Up
  • 2008 All American World Sporting Clays Champion
  • 2008 National Wild Turkey Federation Runner-Up
  • 2008 Vintagers World Side by Side Champion
  • 2007 Rhino Rally Runner-Up
  • 2007 Seminole Cup Runner-Up
  • 2007 Gamaliel Cup Champion
  • 2007 North Carolina State Runner-Up
  • 2007 Tennessee State Champion
  • 2007 Zone 4 Runner-Up
  • 2007 Vintagers World Side by Side Champion
  • 2006 FEDECAT European FITASC Champion
  • 2006 Rhino Rally Runner-Up
  • 2006 East Coast Champion
  • 2006 Quail Unlimited Champion
  • 2006 National Wild Turkey Federation Champion
  • 2005 Seminole Cup Runner-Up
  • 2005 Quail Unlimited Champion
  • 2004 East Coast Champion
  • 2004 Alabama State Champion
  • 2003 Browning-Briley World Shoot – FITASC & Preliminary Champion and Main Event Runner-Up
  • 2002 Alabama State Shoot Champion
  • 2001 British Open All Around Champion
Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Pro Sporter – Custom Engraved with 32″ choke tube barrels.

Career Highlights

2012 World FITASC Champion

  • Captain – 2011 All-American Team – Sporting Clays
  • 12 Time All American
  • 6 Time Team USA Sporting
  • 4 Time Team USA FITASC
  • 2009 NSCA Nationals Championships Main Event Champion
  • 2009 Western Open 3rd
  • 2009 US Open Main Event T-3 and Prelim 3rd
  • 2009 Masters Cup M2, 2009 Zone 7 Runner Up
  • 2009 TargetLine Open M1
  • 2008 National Championships Main Event M10, Krieghoff Kup M2
  • 2008 Arizona State Championship; HOA in every 12 gauge event
  • 2005-2008 Arizona State HOA
  • 2008 SOS HOA in every 12 gauge event
  • 2008 Western Open Main Event M2, FITASC M2
  • 2008 Masters Cup Main Event M3, FITASC Runner-Up
  • 2008 National FITASC T-3 Palmetto Cup Runner-Up
  • 2008 Lear Jet Main Event M3
  • 2008 All-American Target Championship Main Runner-Up, FITASC Runner-Up
  • 2008 Browning/Briley Main Event Runner-Up
  • 2007 National Championships M7
  • 2007 World All-Around Championship 5th, HOA in FITASC and 5-Stand Events (George Digweed said “No man alive can break a 22 on Parcour 3″…he shot 21, I shot 25; my best performance ever.)
  • 2007 World Sporting Clays Championships Super Finalist M3, FITASC M1 and Team Gold
  • 2007 World FITASC Championships Team Gold

Shooting Tip: “Work on your mental game!”

Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Parcours

Career Highlights
  • USA Sporting Clays Open Team Member 6 Times
  • NSCA Open All American 35 Times
  • USA Open Team Gold Medalist 4 Times
  • 2019 Team USA Gold Medal
  • 2019 NSCA All American
  • 2019 National Super sporting Third
  • 2019 World 5 Stand Champion
  • 2019 World English Prelim Champion
  • 2019 Washington State Champion (13 Time)
  • 2019 US Open Third
  • 2018 National Champion .410
  • 2018 National Champion 28 gauge FITASC
  • 2018 National Championships FITASC Third
  • 2017 SE Regional FITASC Champion
  • 2016 Masters Cup Champion
  • 2015 US Open Champion
  • 2014 National 5 Stand Champion
  • 2011 US Open Champion
  • 2011 World English Sporting Third
  • 10 Time Montana State Champion
  • 8 Time Magazine Cover Shots
Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Parcours

Career Highlights
  • World FITASC Bronze Individual Medal
  • 13 time Member of TEAM USA(8 Gold,  2 Silver, and 2 Bronze Medal)
  • 9 time NSCA All American
  • Pan American FITASC Champion-Gold Medal
  • 2 time North American FITASC Champion-Gold Medal
  • 2 time North American FITASC Grand Prix Champion-Gold Medal
  • 3 time UK/US Masters FITASC Champion
  • Southeast Regional Sporting Clays Champion
  • Homestead Cup Champion
  • Zone 4 Sporting Clays Champion
  • 6 time South Carolina State Sporting Clays Champion
  • 2 time Georgia State Sporting Clays Champion
  • Kansas State Sporting Clays Champion
  • Illinois State FITASC Champion
  • 3 time Georgia State FITASC Champion
Krieghoff Gun:
K-80 Parcours, 32″
Career Highlights
  • 2017  PSCA Event #3 Ladies Champion
  • 2017 NSCA U.S. Open Ladies Champion
  • 2016 US Western Open Ladies Champion
  • 2015 NSCA Nationals Ladies Champion

Shooting Tip:  Have fun and stay relaxed to do any good in this sport.”

Other Information:  Katie has a passion for horses. She competed in barrel races at college rodeos while attending Texas A&M and now currently competes in cow horse events, barrel racing, and halter. Katie has also had success in these events; winning two AQHA titles, two NSBA World titles, and the Quarter Horse Congress.

 

Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Pro Sporter

Career Highlights:

  • 2016 All-American Team
  • 2016 Diamond Classic RU 5-Stand
  • 2016 Browning/Briley World Open RU Main Event
  • 2016 Able Atlas Open HOA Champion Main Event
  • 2015 All-American Team
  • 2015 Diamond Classic M1 Main Event
  • 2015 Browning/Briley World Open M3 Main Event
  • 2015 Texas State Championships M4 5-Stand
  • 2015 Beretta Challenge HOA Champion Super Sporting
  • 2015 Grand Prix HOA Champion Main Event
  • 2015 National Championship M5 Main Event
  • 2014 All-American Team
  • 2014 Beretta Open HOA Main Event
  • 2014 Grand Slam HOA Main Event
  • 2014 Diamond Classic M3 Main Event
  • 2014 Grand Prix M1 Main Event & M1 5-stand
  • 2014 Browning/Briley M1 Prelim Event
  • 2014 National Championship Top Gun Shootout Champion
  • 2013 All-American Team
  • 2013 Browning Briley World Open RU Main Event & HOA 5-Stand Main Event
  • 2013 Diamond Classic RU Main Event, HOA 5-Stand main Event &M1 Prelim Event
  • 2013 Texas State Championship HOA – Main Event
  • 2013 World English Individual Silver Medalist – Main Event
  • 2013 National Championship HOA Main Event National Champion & M2 Krieghoff Cup Event
  • 2012 All American Team
  • 2012 Diamond Classic RU Main Event
  • 2012 South Central Regional Championships HOA Prelim Event & HOA 5-stand Event
  • 2012 Brister Memorial HOA Main Event
  • 2012 Grand Prix HOA Main Event
  • 2012 National Championships 3rd Overall Main Event

Gregg Wolf

Sporting Pro Staff
Hometown: Jordan, MN
Krieghoff Gun:

 K-80 Sporting, Crown Grade, 32″, Titanium Choke Tubes, Tapered Flat Rib, Sporting Stock #3 and Schnabel Forearm

  • All-American Team Member multiple years
  • 2019 Northeast Regional 12 Gauge Veteran Champion
  • 2019 New Jersey State 12 Gauge Veteran Champion
  • 2018 Pennsylvania State 12 Gauge Champion
  • 2017 US Open 12 Gauge Veteran Champion
  • 2017 Northeast Regional & FITASC 12 Gauge Veteran Champion
  • 2017 World English Sporting Clays Championship 12 Gauge Veteran Champion
  • 2016 US Open 12 Gauge Veteran Champion
  • 2016 Northeast Regional 12 Gauge Veteran Champion
  • 2015 Pennsylvania State 12  Gauge Champion
  • 2015 New Jersey State 12 Gauge Champion
  • 2014 US Western Open Veteran Champion, 12 Gauge
  • 2012 Great American HOA
  • 2012 National FITASC Veteran Champion
Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Parcours

2020 Krieghoff Classic FITASC HOA

2020 Gator Cup M2

2020 North Central Regional – M1 (tie)

2019 Gamamaliel Cup  Champion

2019 Seminole Cup RU  (100 Straight in Main Event)

Providence Cup Champion (100 Straight)

Trident Cup Champion

Northeast Regional 3rd

Tennessee State Championship RU

Abel Spire

Sporting Pro Staff
Hometown: Cushing, OK

Olympic Pro-Staff

Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Classic Trap

Career Highlights
  • 2020 Olympian
  • 2020 Spring Selection Olympic Trials Part 2 Gold
  • 2019 Fall Selection Olympic Trials Part 1 Gold
  • 2019 Team World Championship Gold
  • 2019 WC Acapulco Mix Team Silver Qualification World Record
  • 2018 Cat Games Gold and Quota Slot
  • 2018 Fall Selection Match Gold Medalist
  • 2018 World Cup Bronze Medalist team event
  • 2018 Team Selection Gold Medalist
  • 2018 World Championship Team Bronze
  • 2017 National Championship Silver
  • 2017 World Cup Acapulco, Mix Team Silver Medal
  • 2016 World Cup Finalist
  • 2016 Spring Selection Gold medalist
  • 2016 National Championships Silver medalist
  • 2016 Fall Selection Silver medalist
  • 2015 Ranked Number 1 Lady in the Nation
  • 2015 Pan American Games Silver medalist
  • 2015 National Championships Silver medalist
  • 2015 Spring Selection Gold Medalist
  • 2014 World Cup Silver medalist
  • 2012 Olympic Team Member, Alternate
  • 2012 London World Cup Bronze Medalist

Shooting Tip: “Always think positive of yourself. Never set limits, always set goals. Listen to what others have to say, but don’t change your routine during a match, wait until you go home, so you have time to practice what was changed.”

Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Sporting, 30″ O/U

Career Highlights
  • 2016 Olympic Games Rio De Janeiro – Women’s Trap Bronze Medal
  • 2016 ISSF World Cup San Marino – Women’s Trap Silver Medal
  • 2016 Spring Selection – Qualified for Olympic Team
  • 2015 ISSF World Cup Gabala – Women’s Trap Bronze Medal
  • 2015 ISSF World Cup Acapulco – Women’s Trap  Gold Medal
  • 2014 National Championships – Gold Medal
  • 2013 ISSF World Cup Granada – Women’s Trap Bronze Medal
  • 2012 ISSF World Cup Tucson – Women’s Trap Gold Medal
  • 2010 CAT Games –  Women’s Trap Gold Medal
  • Selected for 2011 USA Shooting World Clay Target Team
  • 2010 Fall Selection Match – Women’s Trap Champion
  • 2009 Shotgun Fall Selection, 2nd place, qualifying for a spot on the 2010 World Championship team
  • 2009 National Championships, 1st place
  • 2008 Olympic bronze medalist
  • 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Shooting (Shotgun), first place in Women’s Trap, qualifying for a spot on the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team

Shooting Tip:  In the shooting sports everyone has the same opportunity to be successful if you have the desire so have a dream, have a set of goals and a plan to achieve those goals.”

Other Information:  

Beyond the shooting range, she has a wide range of interests. Corey played basketball in grade school and was a competitive skier as a teen. Most recently, she began to climb under the hood and rebuild cars. She can add gears, take apart the transmission and even build the suspension.

In her free time, Corey enjoys riding motorcycles, rock climbing, hunting, fishing and downhill skiing.

Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Skeet, 30″ O/U

Career Highlights
  • 2018 World Cup Changwon, Gold Medalist
  • 2017 World Cup Acapulco, Silver Medalist
  • 2017 World Cup New Delhi, 4th Place
  • 2017 National Championship, Silver Medalist
  • 2016 Fall Selection Match Champion
  • 2015 World Championships Women’s Silver Medal – Lonato, Italy
  • 2015 USA Shooting Nationals Women’s Gold Medal
  • 2015 World Cup Women’s Silver Medal – Acapulco, Mexico
  • 2011 World Cup Silver Medal – Sydney, Australia
  • Selected for 2011 USA Shooting World Clay Target Team
  • 2009 Minsk, Belarus World Cup Silver Medalist Open Women’s Skeet
  • 2009 Shot first 100 Straight in International Skeet in NSSA Worlds in Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • 2009 Team USA FITASC
  • 2009 Won Gold in Jr. Women’s Fall Selection making the 2010 Jr. World Championship Team
  • 2008 USA Shooting Jr. Olympic Skeet Women’s Champion
  • 2008 USA Shooting Nationals Jr. Women’s 3rd Place
  • 2008 USA Shooting Fall Selection Skeet Jr. Women’s 3rd Place
  • 2008 Browning Briley/Mardi Gras Open FITASC B1 & Lady Champion
  • 2007 USA Shooting Jr. Olympic Skeet Women’s Runner-Up
  • 2007 USA Shooting Nationals Jr. Women’s 3rd Place
  • 2007 USA Shooting State Jr. Olympic Women’s Champion

Shooting Tip: “Try not to let a bad match get you down. Learn from it, move on and have fun.”

Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Parcours, 30″ O/U barrels

Career Highlights:

  • 2016 Qualified for Rio Olympics
  • 2015 National Champion
  • 2014 Championships of the Americas – Guadalajara, Mexico – Bronze Medalist, Team Gold
  • 2014 World Championships Granada, Spain – Team Silver
  • 2014 Juan Carlos Grand Prix Granada, Spain – Gold Medalist
  • 2014 Spring Selection – Bronze Medalist
  • 2014 Nationals Championships – Fourth Place
  • 2014 Munich World Cup – Fifth Place
  • 2013 National Championships – Silver Medalist
  • 2012 Olympic Games – Eighth Place
  • 2012 National Championships – Silver Medalist
  • 2011 Pan American Games Team
  • 2011 World Cup Chile – Fifth Place
  • 2011 World Clay Target ChampionshipTeam member
  • 2010 Championship of the Americas – Silver Medalist
  • 2009 World Team member, team gold and world record.
  • 2008 Junior National Champion
  • 2008 Junior Olympic Champion
Krieghoff Gun:

K-80 Parcours, 28″ O/U

Career Highlights

Katie Jacob, one of the most successful junior shooters, started shooting SCTP in 2008 at the age of 8. Four years later she made the switch from American Skeet to the international side of the sport. It was at this time that she moved to Georgia to train with Craig Hancock in order to fully pursue her dream of representing the United States on the international stage. She now lives back home in Rochester, Michigan with her family while continuing her training at the range she got her start on.

In the time since making the switch she has made a name for herself on the international stage winning gold in two junior world cups as well as a junior world championship. She managed to finish off her junior career with back to back medals on the world stage, a silver at World Championships in Lonato, Italy and a bronze at the junior world cup in Suhl, Germany.

In her time off the field Katie can be found doing all things outdoors with her dog, Autumn, and other animals and spending time with family. Katie will also be starting her second year of college at Oakland University.

 

Jake Wallace

Olympic Pro Staff
Hometown: St. Charles, MO