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Register Now For 2019 SASP College Nationals

The 2019 SASP College National Championships will be held March 8-10 at the CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park in Talladega, Alabama! Registration is now open through the SHOT System.

Date:  Friday, March 8, 2019 – Sunday, March 10, 2019

Match Time:  Friday at 1 p.m.
Saturday at 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.

Location:  CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park
4387 Turner Mill Rd
Talladega, AL 35160
http://thecmp.org/

General Information 

Match Fee: $50

Times:

FRIDAY – 12:00 p.m. check in begins
12:30 p.m. safety briefing
1:00 p.m. match begins

SATURDAY – 8:00 a.m. check in begins
8:30 a.m and 12:30 p.m. safety briefings
9:00 a.m. & 1:00 p.m. match begins

SUNDAY – 8:00 a.m. check in begins
8:30 a.m. safety briefing
9:00 a.m. match begins

Match will include 1911 and PCC
REGISTRATION:  Log into your team in SHOT system, select Competitions bottom left.  Click on the “Click to View Shoots” tab.  Then click on Regional Shoots tab.  Then select the shoot you want to participate to the right.  Then from there click on an open slot name your squad and enter the athletes. (If athletes do not appear in the drop-down menu, check to be sure you have their SASP Classification entered in the team SHOT registration.  You may also pay online by clicking on the VOUCHER tab next to the Squad tab.

Download the match flyer here…

ALSO: We are seeking volunteers for safety officers and scorers for the match as well. Click here to visit our Signup Genius page for more information or to signup for one ore more volunteer slots!

For additional information contact Kelvin Walton at 262-693-7374 or kwalton@sssfonline.com.

2018 SASP Ohio Regional Results

The 2018 Ohio Regional was a great event.  Although it got a little chilly and was rainy we had great turnout and athletes got an opportunity to compete at the Cardinal Center on the same bays we use at Nationals.  We had 85 athletes and 230 entries.  13 teams from 5 states with 4 college teams competing.

Congratulations to the Junior Spartans, Pistol Prodigies, Ohio Steel Stingers, The Ross County Steel Ringers, Lake Country Action Shooters, Ozaukee Scholastic Shooting Sports, Michigan state University, Hillsdale College Action Shooting Sports, Concordia University Wisconsin, and Bethel University for all bringing home the gold with first place finishes.  Congratulations to all the athletes, Safety Officers and teams that braved the cold and rain to compete.

2018 SASP OHIO FALL REGIONAL RESULTS

Intermediate Rimfire pistol

  1. Junior Spartans
  2. Pistol Prodigies
  3. Ohio Steel Stingers

Intermediate Optics Rifle

  1. Pistol Prodigies

Intermediate Iron Rifle

  1. Ohio Steel Stingers
  2. Pistol Prodigies

Senior Rimfire Pistol

  1. The Ross County Steel Ringers
  2. Ohio Steel Stingers

Senior Centerfire Pistol

  1. Lake Country Action Shooters
  2. Ozaukee Scholastic Shooting Sports

Senior 1911

  1. Lake Country Action Shooters
  2. Ozaukee Scholastics shooting Sports

Senior Optics Rifle

  1. Lake Country Action Shooters
  2. Ozaukee Scholastics shooting Sports
  3. The Ross County Steel Ringers

Senior Iron Rifle

  1. Ozaukee Scholastic Shooting Sports
  2. Ohio Steel Stingers
  3. The Ross County Steel Ringers

Senior Optics Rifle

  1. Lake Country Action Shooters
  2. Ozaukee Scholastics Shooting Sports
  3. The Ross County Steel Ringers

Non-Collegiate Open Optics Rifle

  1. Ohio Steel Stingers

Non-Collegiate Open PCC

  1. Ohio Steel Stingers

Collegiate Rimfire Pistol

  1. Michigan State University 1
  2. Michigan State University 2

Collegiate Centerfire Pistol

  1. Hillsdale College Action Shooting Sports
  2. Concordia University Wisconsin

Collegiate 1911

  1. Hillsdale College Action Shooting Sports

Collegiate Optics Rifle

  1. Hillsdale College Action Shooting Sports
  2. Concordia University Wisconsin

Collegiate Iron Rifle

  1. Concordia University Wisconsin
  2. Hillsdale College Action Shooting Sports

Collegiate PCC

  1. Concordia University Wisconsin

Collegiate Open Rimfire Pistol

  1. Bethel University

Collegiate Open Centerfire Pistol

  1. Ozaukee Scholastic Shooting Sports
  2. Concordia University Wisconsin

Collegiate Open 1911

  1. Ozaukee Scholastic Shooting Sports

Collegiate Open Optics Rifle

  1. Concordia University Wisconsin
  2. Bethel University

Collegiate Open Iron Rifle

  1. Concordia University Wisconsin
  2. Bethel University

Collegiate Open PCC

  1. Concordia University Wisconsin
  2. Ozaukee Scholastic Shooting Sports
  3. Bethel University

2018 SASP Midwest Regionals

The Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) held a Midwest Regional match May 18-20, 2018, at the World Shooting and Recreational Complex in Sparta, IL.

Despite the wet conditions leading up to the weekend, which made for a great setting for a lone bullfrog spotted on the bays, the match was completed with enthusiasm by the athletes.  Intermittent rain and a lightning delay did not dampen the spirits of the teams.

Seven states including Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Kentucky, Iowa, Tennessee and Wisconsin, were represented.  There were 76 athletes and a total of 162 entries competing in the five disciplines.  Athletes in rookie, intermediate, senior and collegiate divisions participated in the match.

Top teams included Steel Shooters of Traer (IA) in intermediate rimfire pistol, non-collegiate open 1911, collegiate open 1911, intermediate optic rifle and intermediate iron rifle; Bluegrass Sportsmen’s League Steel Cats (KY) in non-collegiate open rimfire pistol; Hoosier Daddy Rifle & Pistol (IN) in collegiate open centerfire and non-collegiate open iron rifle;  Arnold Junior Shooter (MO) in senior centerfire; Union Grove (WI) in non-collegiate open centerfire and senior 1911; Ozaukee Scholastic Shooting Sports (WI) in senior iron rifle and senior optics rifle; McKenzie Shooting Sports (TN) in rookie optic rifle and non-collegiate open iron rifle.

SASP 2018 Northeast Spring Regional

Join us in at Camp Hinds in Maine for the 2018 SASP Northeast Spring Regional!

Date:  Saturday, April 21, 2018 (rain or shine)

Match Time: 9:00 AM

Location:  Camp William Hinds, 146 Plains Road Raymond, ME

General Information

Match Fee: $25

Times:  8:00 am check in begins

8:30 am shooters meeting, safety briefing

9:00 am match begins

All shooters will start at 9:00 AM and shooting will continue until all are finished. No food available onsite.  Questions contact Annie Tarbox 408-856-8453

REGISTRATION:  Log into your team in SHOT system, select Competitions bottom left.  Click on the “Click to View Shoots” tab.  Then click on Regional Shoots tab.  Then select the shoot you want to participate to the right.  Then from there click on an open slot name your squad and enter the athletes. (If athletes do not appear in the drop-down menu, check to be sure you have their SASP Classification entered in the team SHOT registration.  You may also pay online by clicking on the VOUCHER tab next to the Squad tab.

Watch the video tutorial on how to register your team for the match.

HOSTED BY: Pine Tree Council BSA

For additional information contact Rick Leach at rleach@sssfonline.com or 262-894-4284

2018 SASP College Nationals

How did you spend your spring break?  Well 112 college athletes spent theirs competing for SASP National Titles in Alabama. On March 10 & 11 the Scholastic Action Shooting Program held our College National Championships at the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s Talladega Marksmanship Park in Talladega, AL.  We thank GLOCK for sponsoring our use of the Marksmanship Park and CMP for their great southern hospitality.  This year was the largest championship in SASP’s history, with 16 teams, 112 athletes and 201 entries.  That is a 100% increase in teams, 44% increase in athletes and 121% increase in entries over the 2017 championships.

Congratulations to all the teams that participated with many competing in their very first national championships.  This year the results were very close with many places being decided by just a few seconds and some by less than a second.

In the Rimfire Discipline the University of Vermont took first, followed by Michigan State University in second and Texas A&M finishing third.  In Centerfire Texas A&M repeated as National Champions and also took second, with West Point coming in third. In Optic Rifle the University of Vermont took first and third with Florida State University finishing second. In Iron Rifle University of Arizona won the championship by less than 5 seconds at their first nationals with Florida State University taking second and Clemson University taking third. In the 1911 discipline Michigan State University won the national championship, with Florida State taking second and Miami University of Ohio taking third in their first trip to the national championship.

In the Open Division, Rimfire Bethel University won the National Championship by beating second place Clemson University by just 1.66 seconds, with Bob Jones University finishing third.  In Centerfire Lake Country Action Shooters and Bob Jones University shared the title with Texas A&M taking second and the University of Florida taking third.  In Optic rifle Concordia University Wisconsin competing in their first SASP took the championship beating second place University of Wisconsin Platteville by just .98 of a second, and Lake Country Action Shooters came in third.  Iron Rifle the University of Wisconsin Platteville took the title beating their in-state rival Concordia University of Wisconsin who took second, with Bethel University taking third.  In 1911 Lake Country Action Shooters took first and Concordia University of Wisconsin took second.

View the complete results here. Click on “leaderboards”, select the event you wish to see results for then select the leaderboard you would like to see. Check out our Facebook pages for photos and be sure to like and follow us!

We look forward to next year’s championship with even more teams and athletes competing for a 2019 national title.

Volunteers Needed at College Nationals

The Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) is expecting a record turnout at the 2018 College National Championships at the CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park in Alabama. The match is scheduled for March 10-11, 2018 and we need your help!

We are looking for half day commitments to serve the roles of Safety Officers (SO) and scorekeepers. Working a match is a great way to learn more about the Scholastic Action Shooting Program! Also, for each half day worked you will be eligible for a random drawing for some great prizes!

If you have never worked on an action shooting range before, please view our YouTube video outlining the safety rules, standardized range commands and responsibilities and our video on using Practiscore for SASP data entry.

Additional training will be provided on-site for those new to action shooting. Volunteers must be at least 18 to work as safety officers.

Go to our Signup Genius link to view times and locations where help is currently needed.  Additional information will be shared with those signing up.

2016-2017 SASP Virtual Match Results

Congratulations to the winning teams that participated in the Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) 2016-2017 season virtual matches. The SASP Virtual Match series is a great way for your team to compete against other teams without having to travel. Matches are shot and recorded at your team’s home range and scores are submitted to the SASP National office where your team competes with others from around the country!

A total of $12,300.00 of team endowment funding has been deposited into the following teams MidwayUSA Foundation team endowment accounts.

CENTRAL FLORIDA RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB SPP TEAM

$2,200.00

CREW 401 PINE TREE COUNCIL BSA

$1,800.00

GASTON YOUNG GUNS HIGH SCHOOL SHOOTING TEAM

$1,300.00

TEAM GOTTA

$1,100.00

TEAM LOCO MOTION

$1,000.00

PISTOL PRODIGIES

$1,000.00

BLUEGRASS SPORTSMEN’S LEAGUE STEEL CATS

$700.00

YOUTH SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION

$700.00

SHERMAN HILLS STRAIGHT SHOOTERS

$600.00

WILLIAMSON COUNTY 4H SHOOTING SPORTS

$600.00

JUNIOR SPARTANS SASP

$600.00

WWCCA STRAIGHT SHOOTERS

$400.00

MICHIGAN STATE SHOOTING SPORTS CLUB

$300.00

Scores were ranked using a “Louis Class” scoring system with an A class and a B class. All teams, regardless of match times had a chance to build their MidwayUSA Foundation team endowment accounts to support their teams well into the future.  More information on the 2017-2018 virtual match series will be coming soon. Contact SASP national director, Rick Leach for more information.

Stocking Your Range Bag for SASP

Having the right gear and supplies makes your range day more fun! In this YouTube video, Tom Yost explains the recommended gear to assemble in your own range bag.

This chapter comes from a two-hour educational video geared toward coaches, parents and athletes interested in getting started in the SASP.

The video covers all aspects of the program including safety, equipment selection, action shooting fundamentals, coaching new athletes, the SASP competition format, season planning, and much more!

Watch this chapter on the SSSF YouTube Channel…

Order the DVD from the SSSF Online Store…

2017 SASP Ohio Halloween Regional

Marengo, OH – Although it was cold and the rain changed to snow for the 2017 Ohio Halloween Regional, the event held October 27-29 was a huge success.  Ninety four athletes battled the elements and competed with 29 athletes being young ladies.  With 94 athletes, participation was a 370% increase from the 2016 match.

This year also saw 5 college teams come to compete including brand new teams from Concordia University Wisconsin and Hillsdale College…both going home with medals – Concordia with 3 second place finishes and Hillsdale with 1 second place finish.  University of Wisconsin, Platteville took the college division winning 4 first place medals, with Michigan State University close behind with 3 first place medals.

In the high school divisions, past National Champions Lake Country Action Shooters and Ozaukee Scholastic Shooting Sports both of Wisconsin each also took home 4 first place medals. The local Ohio teams also had a very strong showing with Ohio Steel Stingers bringing 19 athletes and leaving with the most medals of any team accumulating 6 first and 2 second place finishes. The Buckeye Bullet Busters left with a first, 2 seconds and a third place finish for a strong in-state showing.

The match was attended by 17 teams representing 6 states Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee and Wisconsin.  Total number of entries went up 473%, making the Ohio Halloween Regional the largest regional of the year.

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