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Welcome to the 2016-2017 Season of the Mid Atlantic Rifle Conference !!

MAC MISSION:  "The MAC shall, through the practice of riflery, promote the highest ethical standards of athletic competition and individual conduct, foster the development of mutual understanding and cooperation among its Member Institutions, and work to develop complete mutual understanding of the sport among all Member Institutions"

The MAC, the largest rifle conference in the nation, currently consists of 11 active member institutions:

John Jay College of Criminal Justice Canisius College
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Johns Hopkins University
U.S. Coast Guard Academy Loyola College in Maryland
University of Sciences Penn State University
  State University of New York (SUNY) Maritime Academy
  Wentworth Institute of Technology
  Yale University


February 2017 Smallbore Shooter of the Month
February 2017 Air Rifle Shooter of the Month

The MAC Smallbore Shooter of the Month is Lily Graham from John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

Lily is a sophomore enrolled in the forensic science program, one of the most difficult programs at John Jay. She has a 3.13 GPA.  Although she came to the team with prior experience in smallbore, Lily has worked hard to constantly improve her skills.

During the month of February Lily fired smallbore scores of 562, 575, 551, and 552. Lily takes coaching instruction very well. She is receptive to suggestions and eager to learn.  Lily is always willing to try any changes that will improve her performance.

When she is not pursuing her degree in Forensic Science or practicing her shooting Lily volunteers as an EMT on the ambulances of several fire departments in and around her home town of Harrington Park, New Jersey. Her bubbly personality makes her a favorite among her teammates and fellow students

The MAC Air Rifle Shooter of the Month is Marc Suda from John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

Marc is a freshman at John Jay College pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice. He has a 3.74 GPA.

At his first match of the season Marc recorded a 516, the lowest score of the of the 6 John Jay shooters. At his second match a week later, Marc slipped a bit to a 506. It was then that he became even more determined to make the counting team and started to increase his diligent practice. It paid off for Marc and his next match was a 526 followed by a 538 and then an impressive 550. Marc continued with his training which paid off for him and the John Jay Rifle Team when he fired a blistering 560 at the MAC Championships which was, undoubtedly, a deciding factor in John Jay’s winning the Championships.

In his spare time, Marc is an avid cyclist who enjoys photography. He also competes in ESEA Main, a conference that allows video game players to compete against other competitors in Counter Strike. Marc was also selected to participate in the APPLE Corps program, in association with the New York Police Department.

 For coaches, team captains and club presidents:

Please send your schedule corrections and updates, as well as completed scores sheets via email to

Dr. Pete Dalidowicz, the MAC Statistical Secretary.



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