The NSCA Charger Classic brought 131 competitors from 11 different states together at the John A. Halter Shooting Sports Center. The tournament is open to any shooters, which means the competition is very high with some of the best shooters in the country competing. The highest score was a 95 by David Radulovich from Ohio. David recently won the World FITASC Championship in Hungary, arguably the most significant tournament of the sporting clays circuit.
The top score on the Hillsdale team was by Jordan Hintz with a 90, which was good for runner-up. Other notable scores were done by Ian Dupre with 87, Emanuel Boyer with 84, Kie Kababik and Matt Grunzweig both with 82. This tournament was also freshman Austin Coa's collegiate debut.