USA Shooting Hires Stacy Weiland as Director of Coaching and Youth Programs

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (July 3, 2018)

USA Shooting has hired Stacy Weiland as the Director of Coaching and Youth Programs. 

Weiland (St. Louis, Missouri) comes to USA Shooting with a strong background as an amateur wrestling coach and as a successful entrepreneur in international business and the outdoor industry. 

With over 20 years of management experience, Weiland now joins USA Shooting during a pivotal time in the organization’s 25-year history.  Weiland will be responsible for helping orchestrate a shooting industry alliance around coaching and youth development.  

“We sought out an individual that could be a conduit for bringing together the best organizations in the world to create a comprehensive coaching program for the shooting sports,” said Keith Enlow, USA Shooting CEO.  “I have complete faith that Stacy is the right person to allow us to transform our efforts in this area as well as impact our needs in youth development. Our future, along with all of those involved in the shooting sports, depends on us getting this right.”

Weiland is immediately meeting with many of the key shooting sport leaders including the Civilian Marksmanship Program, National Rifle Association, National Shooting Sports Foundation, 4-H, Boy Scouts, Army Marksmanship Unit, Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation, Scholastic Clay Target Program, and American Legion to create a comprehensive coaching program that is impactful for all organizations.

He noted some of his goals in this position will be to build relationships that will help expand our reach to more precision shooters. 

“We need to reach more of the shooters that are out there and to get them to top notch-coaches so they can use their skills within the Olympic-style shooting events,” he said. 

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