Philadelphia, Pa. (March 15, 2010) - University of the Sciences in Philadelphia sophomore Brad Driscoll (Alvirne HS/Hudson, N.H.) have earned All-Conference honors for the Mid Atlantic Rifle Conference (MAC) for his performance during the 2010-2011 season. Driscoll was a first team selection in smallbore and a second team honoree in air rifle.
The MAC All Conference First and Second Teams are comprised of eight shooters with the top season averages in a minimum of five MAC matches during the season. The top four shooters earn First Team honors while the next four are named to the second team. Two additional shooters are chosen as honorable mention selections.
This year marks Driscoll’s second as being an All-MAC honoree, having earned honorable mention accolades in both guns in 2009-2010.
Driscoll was Sciences top marksman in both guns during the season, competing in ten MAC matches and producing a 568.50 average in smallbore and a 574.56 average in air rifle. Brad recorded his best smallbore score of the season at the Devils’ NCAA Qualifier match at Army, shooting 576 which narrowly missed the qualifying mark needed to compete at the NCAA National Championships. He shot his best air rifle score of the season on November 13, 2010 against Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a score of 581.
Driscoll is in his second of competition for the Devils. His a Pharmacy major pursuing a Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the institution.
The MAC is the largest rifle conference in the nation and currently consists of 15 members in eight states from Virginia to Massachusetts and west to Ohio. The MAC strives, through the practice of riflery, to promote the highest ethical standards of athletic competition and individual conduct, foster the development of mutual understanding and cooperation among its member institutions, and work to develop complete mutual understanding of the sport among all member institutions.