Year Born: 1984
Gun model: Syren Tempio Sporting
Any Modifications: No modifications – straight out of the box, but it does include the adjustable stock option.
Began shooting: 1999
My family has always had a love of the outdoors. Growing up I remember tagging along with my dad, David Hudgins, to the different local sporting clays clubs and even taking family camping trips to shooting competitions. When I was around 15 or 16 my dad started teaching me how to shoot clays, and I loved it straight away. I quickly joined the NSCA and started shooting competitions regularly. When I am not shooting you can find me spending time with my husband and three-year-old son, and when I am able, I also enjoy going out for a ride on my motorcycle (2013 Suzuki GSXR-750) .
Sporting Clays, and FITASC
Residence/Hometown: Columbus, Ohio
Do you give shooting instruction? Every once in awhile
Home Club: Eagle’s Nest Sporting Grounds, Mt. Gilead, OH
What’s your advice on getting new lady shooters involved?
If you are interested in shooting, get started! You can find a listing of clubs near you on mynsca.com and many will have shooting instructors on staff. I have found the sporting clays community to be very supportive and welcoming.
What knowledge can you share that would make ladies better shooters?
Always shoot with people who are more experienced than you, and observe what they do. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. I have found most shooters are very willing to help.
- 11-time Ohio State Lady Champion
- 2-time NSCA All American Sporting Team
- 2019 – NSCA All American FITASC Team
- 2019 – High-Overall Eagle’s Nest Sporting
- 2018 – High-Overall Eagle’s Nest Super Sporting 120 Championship