HILLSDALE, Michigan–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jordan Sapp, a freshman from Hillsdale College, Phoenix, Ariz., won a gold medal at the ISSF Junior World Cup in Suhl, Germany on May 18. Sapp, who signed up for the Hillsdale College shotgun team, helped the United States team win six medals.
Shotgun coach Jordan Hintz said he was confident Sapp would be an asset to the Hillsdale College shotgun team.
“I’m incredibly excited to have Jordan with us. He has a record of success, and I look forward to seeing the accomplishments he will have both individually and as part of the Chargers shotgun team. “said Hintz.
Sapp took the podium in Germany, along with teammate Aidin Burns, winning gold in the men’s team skeet event. Sapp then faced his own teammates, Benjamin Keller and Grace Fulton, in the mixed team skeet competition where he won his second medal.
“Germany was an amazing trip. Being part of the USA Shooting Junior World team has been a fantastic experience,” said Sapp. “Aiden, Ben and I managed to pull off an incredible qualifying score for the team event which took us to the gold medal match… Bringing home two World Cup medals for the United States team is a surreal experience.”
The Hal and Jean Glassen Memorial Foundation’s partnership with the USAS Junior Team laid the foundation for Sapp’s victory. The team trained at the John A. Halter Shooting Sports Education Center with funding provided by the foundation. The Glassen Foundation also sponsored Hillsdale College‘s first international skeet court.
“I look forward to becoming a freshman at Hillsdale College in the fall,” Sapp said. “I am fortunate to be part of the Hillsdale shooting team where I will train to represent Hillsdale College and Team USA.”
The USAS Junior Team will next compete at the ISSF World Championships in Osijek, Croatia, September 19-October 25.
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About John Anthony Halter Shooting Sports Education Center
The Halter Center is a state-of-the-art shooting facility located five miles from the Hillsdale College campus. Opened in 2008, the Center aims to introduce individuals to the sports of shooting and encourage interest at all levels of experience. The Halter Center also serves an educational purpose by promoting the principles of the Constitution and teaching new and experienced shooters in various classes. Home to the Hillsdale College collegiate shooting teams and the United States National Shooting Team, the Halter Center is also a resource for the public through camps, conferences, and other programs. For more information, visit shootingsports.hillsdale.edu.
About Hillsdale College
Hillsdale College is an independent, nonsectarian Christian liberal arts college in southern Michigan. Founded in 1844, the College has built a national reputation through its core classical liberal arts curriculum and its principled refusal to accept grants from federal or state taxpayers, even indirectly in the form of scholarships or scholarships. student loans. It also leads an outreach effort to promote civil and religious liberty, including a free monthly speech digest, Imprimis, with a circulation of over 6.3 million. For more information, visit hillsdale.edu.