Rose-Hulman NCAA Rifle

Name: Jason LaBella

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Hometown: Massena, NY

Hobbies: Music, volleyball, basketball, baseball, and football.

Shooting History: Shot 4 years in high school... member of the New York State Junior Highpower Team... member of record-setting 2001 SB & Air teams... lettered freshman year... Outstanding First Year Shooter 2001... Captain for 2002... member of record-setting 2002 SB & Air teams... lettered sophomore year... Most Valuable Shooter 2002... qualified 18th of 278 in air rifle 2002... Captain for 2003...lettered junior year... Most Valuable Shooter 2003... holds 11 individual school records... Captain for 2004... qualified 24th in air rifle and was selected to the NCAA Championship - qualified 17th smallbore (2nd alternate) - finished 12th in air rifle (389)... finished 12th in air rifle at 2004 Olympic Team Trials... Most Valuable Shooter 2004... First rifle All-American in Rose history...
Year Season High Season Average
2001 1137 385 1118.11 370.08
2002 1151 390 1138.96 382.81
2003 1164 387 1143.26 379.36
2004 1165 389 1161.29 384.50
Jason LaBella became the first rifle All-American in school history after his excellent season in smallbore rifle. The National Rifle Association has been recognizing the top collegiate shooters with this special award since 1936.

LaBella accepting his award from Edie Reynolds of the NRA.

Jason LaBella finished 12th in the 2004 NCAA Championship individual air rifle event.

Jason LaBella finished 12th of 24 at the 2004 NCAA Rifle Championships in the air rifle category. LaBella capped off his stellar year by shooting a season-high 389. Morgan Hicks of Murray State won the event with a 398.

Personal Best Scores:
Half Course Full Course Air Rifle
P S K Agg P S K Agg
200 190 194 584 399 386 393 1165 390

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Last updated: May 24, 2004