Iowa's Corridor Collegiate Clay Crushers
This team formed in the fall of 2016 and competed against Iowa colleges who are affiliated with one or all of the following organizations:
- SCTP (Scholastic Clay Target Program),
- ICCAC (Iowa Community College Athletic Conference),
- ACUI (Advanced Campus Community) Clay Target Program
- ATA or AIM (American Trapshooting Association)
Scheduled competitions will be conducted via the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation and the CCCC Coaching volunteers.
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2018 Collegiate Iowa State Trap near Ackley Iowa2018: Corridor Clay Crusher's top placing individuals Ciara Erenberger (Wartburg College) who received 6th place overall and Hunter Gehrke (Mt Mercy University) who placed 6th for males and 1st High Over All with Skeet, Doubles and Handicap for the season.
The "Corridor" Collegiate name comes from an East Central Iowa term for the "corridor" area that stretches between Cedar Rapids and Iowa City along Interstate 380. The Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Corridor of Linn, Benton, Cedar, Jones, Johnson, and Washington counties have a background with youth shooting sports in their middle schools and high schools.
For the Spring 2018 season, student athletes in this club were from Kirkwood Community College, Mt Mercy University and Warburg College.
All practice, entry fees, uniform and travel are paid for by each student athlete.
Student athletes on this team are primarily from the Interstate 380 and Interstate 80 corridor in the Cedar Rapids and Iowa City areas and expands in either direction ~70 miles.
Thanks Whitetails Unlimited
Thanks to Tim Powers and local Whitetails Unlimited for supporting this team since January 2018! Support this organization by attending their banquet and become a member to assist with habitat projects in your area.