Year Born: November 7th, 1994
Gun model(s): Caesar Guerini Invictus I Sporting M-SPEC 12g with 30″ barrels because it has a slim profile and perfect balance!! I love having my fixed chokes (M/IM) and the weight of the overall gun allows me to move very smooth.
Also the Syren Tempio Sporting 3 barrel Combo (20/28/.410) — I like this combo to shoot my sub gauges because the weight stays almost exactly the same so it’s not like having a different gun in my hands for each gauge. I also like this gun for beginners during instruction because they are able to hold it up and it ALWAYS fits without having to make any adjustments.
Any Modifications: ISIS recoil system and a Greenwood Custom Stock from Jim Greenwood (CG Invictus I Sporting M-SPEC)
Began shooting: I received my hunting license and my first gun for my tenth birthday! It has been game over ever since.
Starting out hunting, and exploring a little in Olympic Bunker trap in high school, I soon learned that sporting clays would become my priority and main interest out of all the shooting sports! SCTP played a major role in my shooting career. I was on the varsity team and all four year of high school we went to Nationals in Sparta, Illinois. I won Lady Championship of my division all four years! I have recently expressed some interest in 3 gun and I would like to see where the future may possibly take me in that discipline.
Residence/Hometown: I was born, raised, and still live in Branchburg, NJ
Where do you work? Griffin & Howe at Hudson Farm in Andover, NJ (Syren dealer)
Do you give shooting instruction? Yes
Home Club: Cedar Creek Sporting Clays in Millville, NJ
What’s your advice on getting new lady shooters involved?
The best advice I can give to any women wanting to try out any type of shooting is to start with the proper instruction. Yes, I know, it is usually expensive but I believe it is better to start out with the correct knowledge, equipment to experiment with and fundamentals then to have to fix bad habits in the future because you wanted to figure it out yourself.
What knowledge can you share that would make ladies better shooters?
What I have always been taught is that in order to improve you must get experience and if you don’t get out there you will never become a better shooter— shoot more practice, compete more, get out of your comfort zone, challenge yourself!
- PSCA Tour Stop 3 Lady Champion at Big Red Oak Plantation
- 2017 Seafood Blast Lady Champion
- 2017 Delaware State Championships High Lady
- 2017 Delaware River Classic Lady Champion
- 2017 and 2018 NJ State Championships Lady Champion
- 2018 PA State Championships High Lady
- 2018 East Coast Championship Lady Champion
- 2018 North Central Regional Lady Champion
- 2018 and 2019 Caribbean Classic Lady Champion
What gear do you use?
Hat/No Hat: VISOR! But only when needed, I prefer none
Ear Plugs: PMS custom ear plugs
Ammo: B&P Competition One 7.5 shot 1 oz 1160 fps
Attire: Skort and a polo or jersey