Ohio State Places Fourth at National Intercollegiate Pistol Championships

Go Buckeyes! Junior Joe Totts
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Junior Joe Totts
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March 22, 2013

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State pistol team scored a 6,209 to place fourth at the National Intercollegiate Pistol Championships held in Columbus, Ga., at Fort Benning March 12-15. The U.S. Military Academy claimed the open national championship with a 6,326, followed by the Naval Academy who placed second with a 6,288 and The Citadel who finished third with a 6,263.

The Buckeyes earned a third place finish in the Women’s National Intercollegiate Championship.

Ohio State junior Joe Totts was crowned the national individual champion in standard pistol with a 548. Junior Kim Hullings earned third place in both sport pistol (560) and women’s two-gun aggregate and sixth place in women's air pistol with a 370. Senior Blake Reburn advanced to the finals competition in both free and air pistol, placing eighth and sixth respectively.

Reburn, Totts, junior A.J. Tourigny, sophomore Greyson McCaig, senior Jason Reineck, and Hullings earned All-American honors.