Team captain Shane Coley and Tori Nonaka recently returned home from the Universal Shooting Academy in Frostproof, Florida where they competed in the 2015 USPSA Back to Back Handgun Nationals from October 4-10, completing 42 courses.
The Universal Shooting Academy historically represents the toughest shooting competitions in the country. Coley and Nonaka had adjusted their training drills all year to better prepare for this event that is most heavily based on accuracy. In the Limited Division, Coley placed third and Nonaka placed second. The Limited 10 Division was where Nonaka took her opportunity to shine. Competing with her G24, she had three great days of shooting, giving up no points to her competitors.
After completing her final stage of the match, she had secured the Limited 10 National Championship and the third one of her career since being with Team GLOCK.
“I have to thank my family for their support through all of these years of travel and competition,” said Nonaka during the awards ceremony. “Also to GLOCK for always believing in me and making my dreams come true this 2015 shooting season.”
Next up for Coley is the 2015 USAMU Junior Clinic where he will be the guest instructor for the junior shooters.
Coley is also training for the IDPA “BUG” Gun Nationals and the Kentucky Handgun Championships.
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