Blake Reburn takes first in free, standard and air pistol
Rifle tops Akron and Rose-Hulman in tri-match while the pistol team defeats Akron in dual match
OSU's Tourigny, Reburn, Hullings and Watters win events
2010-11 (Junior Season) Academic All-Big Ten ... Ohio State Scholar-Athlete ... season-highs of 526 in women's sport at the Collegiate Sectional, 358 in women's air at Purdue and against the Naval Academy and an aggregate of 883 against the Naval Academy (air 358, sport 525) and at the Collegiate Sectional (air 354, sport 529) ... season-high 529 in open air against the Naval Academy ... finished 18th (472) in women's sport, 18th (341) in women's air and an aggregate of 813, finishing 12th.
2009-10 (Sophomore Season) Ohio State Scholar-Athlete ... finished 15th (492) in women's sport pistol at the Collegiate Nationals ... season-highs of 541 in women's sport pistol at the Midwest Sectional and 357 in women's air pistol at the Winter Open ... two-gun aggregate season-high of 892 at the Winter Open (sport 535, air 357).
2008-09 (Freshman Season) Ohio State Scholar-Athlete ... finished 17th (483) in women's sport pistol at the Collegiate Nationals ... season-high of 541 in women's sport pistol at Missouri State ... season-highs of 375 in women's air pistol and 910 in two-gun aggregate at the U.S. Military Academy ... posted season-highs of 496 in standard pistol at the Midwest Sectional and 544 in air pistol at MIT.
Shooting Experience 2004-06 rifle competitive shooting ... began pistol competitive shooting in 2006 ... 2007 and 2008 placed second in State Pistol Junior Olympics ... 2008 qualified and competed in the National Junior Olympics in air and sport pistol ... 2008 won the open and high women's titles at the Ohio International Pistol Championship.
Graham High School Played soccer and ran track and cross country ... 2005-07 Students Making A Difference - community service club.
Personal Daughter of William and Angelika Heaton ... has one brother, William III ... enjoys shooting, scuba diving, hiking and running ... plans after graduation are to continue education in foreign languages, continue training and competing and to start working in diplomacy and conservation ... greatest sports thrill: "I love competing in pistol shooting, because it is a unique sport, and so much more than just pointing the pistol and shooting. So many small things come into play, and it is a constant challenge. You discover countless things about yourself, and you are able to meet interesting people who share the same interest."
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