Sixteen New Shooters to Compete for Team Smith & Wesson
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. Smith & Wesson has finalized its Team Smith & Wesson roster for the 2009-2010 competitive shooting season.
In addition to the Smith & Wesson Champions Doug Koenig, Jerry Miculek and Julie Goloski Golob, the company has signed 16 members to round out a full team.
After reviewing hundreds of applications from our open recruitment process, we have assembled a dynamic team filled with some of the biggest names and most accomplished competitive shooters in the world, said Tom Kelly, Vice President of Marketing for Smith & Wesson.
The 2009-2010 Team Smith & Wesson roster includes: Team Captain, Julie Goloski Golob, Doug Koenig, Jerry and Kay Miculek, B.J. Norris, Phil Strader, David Olhasso, Curt Nichols, Elliot and Annette Aysen, Craig Buckland, John Bagakis, Jeff Degracia, Gordon Carrell, Bobby McGee, Tony Phan, Laura Torres Reyes, Carrie Jamrogowicz and Molly Smith.
To evaluate each applicant, Smith & Wesson developed a cumulative point system to award sponsorships to prospective team members. Selection criteria included but were not limited to match level, performance, experience and exposure.
Over the course of last years season, Team Smith & Wesson members earned 38 state, 16 regional, 26 national and 14 world level competition titles.
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