Jeff Jock '92 - A three-time All-American and a four-year letter winner in rifle, Jock was the most celebrated marksman ever for the Golden Griffins. He earned first-team All-American honors and led the Golden Griffins to a fourth-place NCAA finish in 1991. Canisius recorded a 36-1 mark in small bore and finished 22-1 in air rifle in 1991, while ranking as high as 2nd in the nation. Jock was also a 2nd Team All-American in 1990 after recording Top 10 finishes at the NCAA Tournament. He posted seven first-place finishes in small bore and five first-place outings in air rifle during his career. As a sophomore, Jock was the only individual to qualify for the NCAA Championships from Canisius in 1990, and he earned second team All-American honors in his sophomore season from the NRA and placed eighth in the individual event. In his junior season, the team qualified for the NCAA Championship for the first time in school history, with Jock leading the team with a high score of 583 in small bore and 386 in air rifle. He finished 14th in NCAA individual small bore (1150 pts) and fifth in individual air rifle (385 pts). He also led in the team event, finishing with 1154 points in the small bore team event and 386 points in the air rifle team event. The Griffs earned a school-record 1529 points in air rifle to qualify for the NCAA Championship, and that year held a 36-2 record in small bore and 23-2 record in air. That year the Griffs ranked third in the nation in the NCAA's Top 25 poll, just behind University of West Virginia and Alaska-Fairbanks and finished the season in fourth place in the nation after their NCAA Championship debut.