Texas A&M Trap and Skeet was established at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas in 1973. The club was created to bring together students who shared a combined passion for shooting sports, and the coveted Texas A&M education. The club’s purpose is to promote shotgun shooting sports, teach gun safety, range safety, and all around shooting sports etiquette while educating its members with the necessary shotgun shooting skills to further increase their success on and off the competition field. The club practices at the Boswell Porter 4-H Shooting Range in Snook, Texas with the gracious permission from the Brazos County 4-H Sportsman’s Club.




Texas A&M Trap and Skeet is an official Texas A&M Recreational Sport Club. Having the opportunity to be a club within Texas A&M allows for anyone to join, no experience or qualifications necessary. Past and present members comprise of past 4-H Shooters, avid hunters, gun enthusiasts, USA National Team members, NSCA All-American Team members, and Collegiate All-American Team Shooters alike. Through the Texas A&M Trap and Skeet Club, these members have come together to win countless local, regional, and national titles- the most recent being the ACUI Division II National Championship in 2015 and 2016. As our club keeps on growing, we can expect to see not only more championship titles, but a further outreach to local communities and aspiring shooters across Texas. 

Texas A&M Trap and Skeet