Great America Rifle Conference

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Great America Rifle Conference
GARC
Established1998
AssociationNCAA
DivisionI
Members9
Sports fielded
  • Rifle
Website http://www.garcrifle.com

The Great America Rifle Conference (GARC) is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) rifle-only conference. The GARC was established for schools that sponsor rifle teams, but do not have rifle sponsored in their respective conferences. [1]

Contents

Members

Current members

InstitutionLocationFoundedEnrollmentNicknameHome conference
Army West Point, NY 18024,294 Black Knights Patriot League
Akron Akron, OH 187025,192 Akron Zips Mid-American Conference
Kentucky Lexington, KY 186430,720 Wildcats SEC
Memphis Memphis, TN 191220,585 Tigers American Athletic Conference
Navy Annapolis,MD 18454,576 Navy Midshipmen Patriot League
NC State Raleigh, NC 188734,015 Wolfpack ACC
Nebraska Lincoln, NE 186925,260 Cornhuskers Big Ten
Ole Miss Oxford, MS 184824,250 Rebels SEC
West Virginia Morgantown, WV 186729,175 Mountaineers Big 12

Former members

Champions

GARC championships

Source: [5] [6] [7] [8]

YearRegular seasonTournament
1998West VirginiaWest Virginia
1999West VirginiaWest Virginia
2000West VirginiaWest Virginia
2001West VirginiaKentucky
2002XavierKentucky
2003West VirginiaJacksonville State
2004Army, Kentucky,
Xavier (tie)
Kentucky
2005ArmyNebraska
2006NebraskaNebraska
2007KentuckyKentucky
2008MemphisArmy
2009KentuckyKentucky
2010West VirginiaWest Virginia
2011KentuckyWest Virginia
2012KentuckyWest Virginia
2013KentuckyWest Virginia
2014West VirginiaWest Virginia
2015West VirginiaWest Virginia
2016West VirginiaWest Virginia
2017West VirginiaWest Virginia
2018West VirginiaWest Virginia
2019West VirginiaWest Virginia

NCAA Championships

Source: [9]

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References

  1. http://www.garcrifle.com/
  2. "OVC Rife Championship Team Results" (PDF). 2013 Ohio Valley Conference Records Book. Ohio Valley Conference Media Relations Office. p. 58. Retrieved August 13, 2013.
  3. 1 2 "The GARC hands out conference awards". Jacksonville State University Athletics. February 25, 2002. Retrieved September 22, 2011.
  4. "Xavier discontinues sponsorship of rifle at season's end". November 29, 2004. Retrieved October 20, 2015.
  5. http://issuu.com/wvusportspub/docs/2012-13rifle-issuux
  6. http://www.wvusports.com/page.cfm?story=20714
  7. http://uknow.uky.edu/content/rifle-leads-garc-championships-through-day-one
  8. https://www.ssusa.org/articles/2019/2/25/wvu-rifle-team-wins-10th-consecutive-garc-championship/
  9. https://www.ncaa.com/history/rifle/nc