The University of Minnesota Crookston trap team is currently ranked third in 1A Conference 2 in the USA College Clay Target League. The Golden Eagles have a total score of 317.5.

Minnesota Crookston has been led in their first week by Josiah Bullivant (Dassel, Minn.) with a score of 48 out of 50, which is tied for seventh in the conference. Travis Loewen (Babbit, Minn.) had a score of 47 out of 50 targets and is tied for 14th in the conference. Garrett Horak (Urbandale, Iowa) hit 46 of 50 targets in week one and is tied for 21st in the conference. Corey Mathies (Watkins, Minn.) connected on 45 of 50 targets and is tied for 27th in the league. Colton Schrempp (Victoria, Minn.) and Nick Grams (Belle Plaine, Minn.) each hit 44 targets and they are both tied for 32nd overall. Karl Kosak (Olivia, Minn.), Beth Rockensock (Menagha, Minn.), and Dan Rowe (Clarissa, Minn.) are tied for 37th with 43 targets hit. Steven Thompson hit 42 targets and is tied for 43rd, while Logan Mulder rounds out the top 12 with 39 out of 50 targets.   

Southwest Wisconsin Technical College leads the conference with a score of 584.0 in week one. Central Lakes College is second with a tally of 394.0. The Golden Eagles are third, followed by Bemidji State University with a score of 308.5, followed by Mitchell Technical Institute with 226.0.