Junior Joe Totts
March 22, 2013
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.
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