2012-13 (Junior Season): Produced season averages of 581.7 in air rifle and 570.6 in smallbore ... Posted a season-high 588 in air rifle twice, once at the Ole Miss Inivitational (Oct. 5) and again versus Jacksonville State/Murray State (Nov. 3) ... Posted a career-best 581 in smallbore against Jacksonville State/Army (Jan. 27) ... Fired a season-high aggregate score of 1163 at the Ole Miss Invitational (Nov. 5) ... Named a Collegiate Coaches' Association Academic All-American for the third consecutive season.
2011-12 (Sophomore Season): Participated in 13 of the Rebels 14 matches, contributing to the team score in air rifle in all 13 and in six of the 13 in smallbore ... Posted season averages of 584.46 in air rifle and 565.31 in smallbore ... Fired a career-best 589 in air twice, vs. Nebraska (Oct. 22) and against Jacksonville State (Nov. 5) ... Posted a career-best 573 in smallbore in a Jan. 14 win over NC State and The Citadel ... Named a Collegiate Coaches' Association Academic All-American for the second straight year ... Also named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll.
2010-2011 (Freshman Season): Finished second on the team with a season average of 582.7 in the air rifle ... Also posted a season mark of 558.4 in the smallbore ... Contributed to the team score in nine events in the air rifle, and one event in the smallbore ... Fired a career-best mark of 587 in the air rifle twice, against Nebraska (Jan 16), and Murray State (Jan. 23) ... Posted a career-high total of 572 in the smallbore against Memphis (Feb. 2) ... Named to the Dean's Honor Roll in the spring and the UMAA Honor Roll in the Fall ... Earned Collegiate Rifle Coaches' Association Academic All-American honors ... Also named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.
High School: Graduated from Seneca High School in Louisville, Ky. ... A three-time Kentuckiana Rifle Conference Champion and four-time MVP ... Finished seven overall and was the third junior at the 2009 USA National Championship ... Posted a career high of 396/400 at the 2009 Winter Air Gun Championships.
Personal: Daughter of Ray and Julie Yeager ... Born March 27, 1992 ... Triple Majoring in Risk Management & Insurance, Managerial Finance, and Banking & Finance ... A member of the Provost Scholars Program and Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)at Ole Miss ... Enjoys cooking, baking and knitting ... Full name is Alivia Brooke Yeager.
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