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The sport of trap shooting was taking off at the high school level in Minnesota and the Golden Eagles already had many people interested in the sport right on campus. Grams was already prepared to enroll at UMN Crookston to pursue a natural resources degree. When he learned the school would also be offering trap shooting, it made him every more excited for his college experience. Minnesota Crookston has provided Grams a chance to pursue a sport he loves while also pursuing his natural resources degree.

Grams first started in trap shooting early in high school. He decided he wanted to pursue natural resources at the start of his senior year after deciding his initial collegiate path wasn't really for him. I was looking at other options and I looked into it and saw UMN Crookston had natural sources and it seemed like a good fit for me.

Natural resources was a great fit for Grams. He had grown up in a fishing and hunting family and he always had been interested in everything that went into wildlife management. Being out in the wild and seeing everything really piqued my interest into how everything worked. Grams has loved his experience at Minnesota Crookston so far.

He has thoroughly enjoyed his experience on the trap team and the many people he has met from being a part of the program in its first two seasons.

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Every week I have been able to go out and participate in trap shooting. UMN Crookston is a tight-knit campus and you get to know almost everybody on campus. Grams had an outstanding first year in the trap program as he put up some of the best scores on the team inincluding two rounds with an average of He helped the Golden Eagles to second-place finish in Grams followed it up with another strong season in He averaged a It was really nice for our first year. This year I did pretty good too. It was not as good as I wanted to or as good as I did last year. Grams has enjoyed shooting trap under Head Coach Andy Gjerswoldwho has been the program's only coach in two seasons of existence.

Gjerswold, a UMN Crookston graduate who was very familiar with the campus.

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In addition, he had experience starting up a trap shooting program as he was on the inaugural Crookston High School squad and had seen first-hand what his father Darren did to get the high school program off the ground. He is just a little older than us so he can bring his experience and also understands what we are going through. Grams has also loved his time in the natural resources program and is excited for what is to come in the program. Grams is hoping to get into either fisheries management or wildlife management once he gets his degree from the University of Minnesota.

He is really the only natural resources professor I have. I will get into Matthew Simmons and John Loegering soon, hopefully. It has been pretty enjoyable. I like all the aspects of the classes and the people I have met through the natural resources department. Grams is excited for what his future holds at UMN Crookston. He is grateful the school has provided two things he is very passionate about and it has made for a great experience for him.

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UMN Crookston is excited to see the trap shooting program continue to find success and for students like Grams to find a niche in northwest Minnesota where they can obtain a great degree and pursue their passion of trap shooting. So far it has been a perfect match.

Love in crookston

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