Amanda Watters
Amanda  Watters


Fayetteville, Ga.

High School:
Starr's Mill


Ohio State Student-Athletes to Receive Degrees at Winter Commencement

25 athletes represent 12 sports


10 Buckeyes Qualify for NRA National Championships

Event will be held March 14-17 in Ft. Benning, Ga.


Ohio State Wins Winter Open Over MSU, The Citadel

AJ Tourigny takes three-gun aggregate with a 1,619


Ohio State Wins at Michigan State

Buckeyes won all five events and took first place individually in each event


Buckeyes Defeat Defending National Champion U.S. Military Academy, 6,365 to 6,344

OSU's Joe Totts finishes third in the three-gun aggregate with a 1,595.

2010-11 (Senior Season) Season-highs of 548 in women's sport against the Naval Academy and Michigan State and Purdue, 358 in women's air at The Citadel and Michigan State and Purdue and an aggreagate of 906 (air 358, sport 548) against Michigan State and Purdue ... finished 15th (506) in women's sports, 18th (336) in women's air and 11th (842) in the aggregate at the National Collegiate Championship.

2009-10 (Junior Season) Season-highs of 492 in women's sport and 310 in women's air pistol against Akron and North Georgia ... two-gun aggregate season-high of 802 against Akron and North Georgia (sport 492, air 310).

OSU Newark regional campus Attended the Newark regional campus for two years.

Shooting Experience Learned to shoot through working as a volunteer with the Spokane Police Department ... experience included patrolling with officers, providing event security, helping the SWAT and TAC teams train ... 2010 State of Ohio 2-Gun Aggregate (women's air and sport) Champion.

Starr's Mill & Lewis & Clark High School Awards include Daughter's of the American Revolution, Jonas Babcock Award and Presidential Volunteer Service Award ... National Technical Honor Society and FCCLA Representative ... member of the track team at Lewis & Clark High School.

Personal Daughter of Miles Watters and Karen McAfee ... has one brother, Miles ... after graduation plans to move back to Georgia after she completes her masters degree in deaf education.