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The primary purpose of the Texas A&M Trap and Skeet Club is to promote shotgun shooting sports, foster responsible gun safety and range etiquette, and teach shotgun shooting skills. Since 1971, this club has been dedicated to bringing Aggies together to enjoy clay target shooting sports. We have an extensive network of alumni that have helped us develop this successful organization, and were are immensely grateful to our gracious donors and sponsors who support our beloved club. 

Additionally, our club members compete throughout the year in collegiate events and tournaments, including the ACUI Collegiate National Championship. This is the culmination of our competitive season and is considered the most prestigious event in collegiate shotgun sports. Members compete in skeet, trap, and sporting clays events against some of the best shotgun athletes in the nation, and we are proud to have had success on such a large scale both as a team and as individuals.

Meet the Officers


Garrett Meier ‘25 - President


Garrett is a Business Honors & Finance major from Bandera, TX. He got involved in shooting sports in the 3rd grade through 4-H. The friends and memories he has made are his favorite things about the Texas A&M Trap and Skeet Team! Garrett has previously held the positions of Treasure and Range Officer for the team, which have given him the skills and insight to lead the team this year.


Colton Watson ‘26 - Vice President 



Brady Evans ‘25 - Treasurer

Brady is an Industrial Distribution major and proud member of the Corps of Cadets, from Weldon Spring, Missouri. He got involved in shooting sports through the Gateway Gun Club in St. Louis. His favorite things about being on the Texas A&M Trap and Skeet Team are the atmosphere and people on the team! He wants to make sure the atmosphere at practice is productive and safe as usual.


Kayla Kane '27 - Fundraising Chair


Jacob Counts '25 - Marketing Chair

Jacob is from Brenham Tx, and is majoring in Industrial Distribution. He got his start in competition shooting, by competing in 3gun competitions. He enjoys the time spent with teammates both at the range, and around campus. When Jacobs not behind the gun you can probably find him behind a boat as he's also a member of the Texas A&M Wakeboard Team.

Ben Kubena ‘25 - Travel Coordinator


Madison Barbee ‘26 - Merchandise Chair

Ty Hehman ‘25 - Range Officer

Ty is a Rangeland, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management major from Cotulla, Tx. Ty got his start through 4-H where he competed in archery for one year, he then discovered shotgun and never looked back. He has now been shooting competitively for 12 years. Ty's favorite thing about the team is the friendly atmosphere whether at or outside of practice and the teams determination to win. When he's not shooting clays, you can find Ty sinking birdies on the golf course.

Ethan Domke ‘27 - Range Officer


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