DrewLieske

Drew Lieske

A versatile sporting clays and all-around shooter, Drew joined the shotgun team as a true freshman in 2014. An All-American shooter, career highlights include winning the sporting clays event at the SCTP Collegiate National Championships and claiming the junior champion honors at the U.S. FITASC Grand Prix in Minnesota, which ranked him fifth in the junior FITASC world ranking.

Biography


  • Year: Junior
  • Major(s): Financial Management and Mathematics
  • Hometown: Oxford, MI
  • High School: Davison High School

2016/2017

  • Started the fall season off by winning the sporting clays event at the ACUI Midwest Conference Championship shooting a 97 out of 100 and placed runner-up in the overall
  • Won the sporting clays event at the SCTP Collegiate National Championships with scores of 98 and 92 and also was runner-up in the overall with a cumulative score of 573 out of 600
  • Put up a score of 276 out of 300 at the NSCA National Sporting Clays Championship

2015/2016

  • Took the high overall title for a second consecutive year and was the skeet runner-up at the ACUI Midwest Conference
  • Member of the five-man team that won the Michigan Fall Team Shoot in September
  • Sixth overall at the ACUI Collegiate National Championship, leading the team in sporting clays, skeet and five-stand
  • Named to both the NRA/ACUI and NSCA All-American teams
  • Finished the year ranked #5 in the junior FITASC world ranking

2014/2015

  • Had an impressive first showing, winning both the high overall and sporting clays events at the ACUI Midwest Conference
    Championship
  • Finalist in the international skeet event at the International Shoot-Out
  • Claimed junior champion honors at the U.S. FITASC Grand Prix in Minnesota
  • Named to both the NRA/ACUI and NSCA All-American teams
  • The number one ranked sporting clays and FITASC junior shooter in the United States his senior year
  • Four-time team captain at Davison High School
  • Led the Davison team to state victories in 2013 and 2014
  • Earned three individual scholastic state championship titles
  • Past World FITASC Sporting Junior Champion
  • NSCA All-American team for six consecutive years
  • 2014 member of the USA FITASC team, setting a National Sporting Clays Association record by making the team along with his father
  • Valedictorian
  • National Honor Society member
  • Parents: Pat and Karen
  • Primary Discipline: Sporting Clays
  • Primary Shotgun(s): Kolar Max Lite Sporting 32”