2012-13 (Freshman Season): Produced season averages of 571.7 in air rifle and 535.6 in smallbore ... Posted a season-best 582 in air rifle against Jacksonville State/Murray State on Nov. 3 ... and posted a season-best 558 in smallbore against Navy on Feb. 4 ... Collegiate Rifle Coaches' Association Academic All-American.
High School: Rewrote the marksmanship record book at South Panola as a member of the Air Force JROTC ... Served as Vice Commander and Commander of a 196 cadet corps ... Has served as a flight commander, operations commander, personnel officer, color guard commander, rifle tandem drill team commander, senior leader of her marksmanship team and was inducted as a member of the National JROTC Kitty Hawk Honor Society ... Distinguished as a graduate of the Louisiana Tech University JROTC Summer Leadership School in 2009, and the summer of 2011, was selected for the 2011 Pilot Senior Cadet Flight program at Louisiana Tech University ... Helped her high school team to a 13th place finish in her first Air Force JROTC meet in 2011 and received an at-large bid to the 2011 Armed Forces JROTC National Championships ... Holds the Bronze Civilian Marksmanship Badge, the Leadership Ribbon, the Physical Fitness Assessment Award, the Joe G. Hamblin Award, the Sons of the American Revolution Award, the American Legion Award and the American Veterans Award ... Also active in community service having volunteered over 6,000 hours in high school ... A member of the South Panola marching band, Coyle has participated in the state band clinic four years and was selected assistant drum major last year.
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