Drew Lieske is the oldest son of NSCA Hall-of-Fame inductee and fellow Team Kolar shooter, Pat Lieske. He began competing in the clay target sports of sporting clays, FITASC, and 5-stand at the age of 12. He is the youngest Michigander to achieve NSCA master class status at age fifteen. Drew has since been named to the NSCA All-American team for eight consecutive years. In 2014, Drew represented the United States at the World FITASC Championship held in Portugal as a member of the 2014 NSCA USA FITASC team. This event set NSCA history for the first parent/child to ever make the United States Shooting Team together.
The shooting sports have been an integral part of Drew’s life for as long as he can remember. His family’s business, Michigan Shooting Centers, operates two of Michigan’s finest shooting sports facilities known as Island Lake and Bald Mountain Shooting Ranges. Drew manages the marketing and website duties for the family business as well as coordinates their NSCA tournaments. Drew also displays his passion for the shooting sports through his volunteer work with the Michigan Sporting Clays Association and the Kids & Clays Foundation.
Drew graduated from Davison High School (Davison, MI) in 2014 as the valedictorian with a GPA of 4.09. He is currently attending Hillsdale College where he plans to double major in Finance and Mathematics. In addition to being a student at Hillsdale, Drew is a member of the prestigious Hillsdale College Shotgun Sports Team. Drew has helped guide the team to first place national victories in 2015, 2016 and 2017. In 2017, Drew became the Collegiate National Champion with his record-setting score of 531/550.
Drew Lieske can be contacted via email at DLieske@mishoot.com.
LINKS: Michigan Shooting Centers (www.mishoot.com)
Hillsdale College Shotgun Sports Team (www.facebook.com/hillsdaleshotgun)
- 8 Time Consecutive NSCA All-American Team Member
- 3 Time Consecutive NRA Collegiate All-American Team Member
- 1 Time NSCA Team USA Member
- 2 Time NSCA Team USA Top 10 Qualifier
- 2017 ACUI Collegiate Nationals Individual Overall Champion
- 2016 SCTP Collegiate Nationals Sporting Clays Champion
- 2015 U.S. FITASC Grand Prix Junior Champion
- 2014 NSCA National Championship Parent/Child Champion
- 2014 Ohio State Championship Open Runner Up, Non-Resident Champion
- 2014 Michigan State Championship FITASC RU, Resident Champion
- 2014 By*Pas Motorstate Open Super Sporting Champion
- 2014 Krieghoff Classic Junior Runner Up
- 2013 Border Wars Championship Champion
- 2013 North East Regional FITASC Junior Runner Up
- 2013 North Central Regional 5-Stand & Prelim Junior Champion
- 2013 4th of July Classic Champion
- 2013 North America FITASC Cup Junior Runner Up
- 2013 NSCA US Open Junior FITASC Champion
- 2013 World Sporting Clays Championship 5-Stand Junior Runner Up
- 2013 MSC Spring Championship Champion
- 2013, 2014 Michigan SCTP Varsity Sporting Clays Champion
- 2012 World FITASC Championship Sporting Junior Champion
- 5 Time Michigan State Junior/Sub Junior Champion