Photo Gallery III: More Rifle Scenes

Our exclusive coverage of West Virginia's 16th NCAA Rifle championship continues with these photos, and a recap of the Mountaineers' All-America achievements.

The entire team celebrates the titles

Maren Prediger, Ziva Dvorsak (front, L to R) Thomas Kyanko, Garrett Spurgeon and Meelis Kiisk display the trophies for the smallbore, air rifle and overall titles

WVU's trophy haul

Maren Prediger has some fun with the Mountaineers' championship gear

Garrett Spurgeon pauses during competition

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WVU earned 14 All-America honors from the Natioanl Rifle Association and the College Rifle Coaches Association in the wake of its undefeated season and NCAA national championship.

Sophomore Garrett Spurgeon was named to the NRA Air Rifle and Smallbore First Teams, as well as the CRCA All-America First Team. He now owns five career All-America honors, including four first-team awards.

Juniors Ziva Dvorsak and Maren Prediger joined Spurgeon on the NRA Air Rifle First Team, the second straight first-team award for Prediger and the first career honor for Dvorsak. Prediger also was named to the CRCA All-America Second Team.

Four Mountaineers landed on the NRA Smallbore Second Team: senior Daniel Sojka, juniors Meelis Kiisk and Thomas Kyanko, and sophomore Patrick Sunderman. Kiisk also was named to the NRA Air Rifle Second Team, while Sunderman scored a spot on the honorable mention team. The duo also was named to the CRCA All-America Third Team and Honorable Mention Team, respectively.

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