The NSCA annually recognizes up to three All-American teams in each of the seven categories, with 10 members assigned to each team for a total of 30 members per category. Teams are selected solely by the All-American Points System. Each team listed below is based on the previous year’s shooting.
Open Team requires a minimum of 1200 registered targets.
Lady, Veteran, Super Veteran, and Senior Super Veteran Teams require a minimum of 1000 registered targets.
Junior and Sub-Junior Teams require a minimum of 800 registered targets.
To be eligible for All-American teams, a shooter must be a citizen of the U.S. and eligible for a U.S. passport.
Change in the All-American Points System for 2012 Events / 2013 Teams:
For Open Team, All-American points are multiplied by the number of Master Class entries in events where there are 1-99 entries in an event and 100 or more entries in an event. For Concurrent Teams, All-American points are multiplied by the number of Concurrent entries in events where there are 1-99 entries in an event and 100 or more entries in an event. Previously, no shoots with less than 50 entries were used to assign All-American points for Concurrent Teams. The change allows all events, regardless of the number of entries, to assign All-American points to Open and Concurrent Teams.
For full criteria on the procedure used to award points and determine the All-American team, see All-American Points System.