|Shotgun National Team|
|2008 U.S. Olympic Team Member in Men's Double Trap|
|Date of Birth: 10/24/1978|
|Birthplace: Fullerton, Calif.|
|Hometown: Yorba Linda, Calif.|
|Event(s): Double Trap|
Jeffrey's father and grandfather taught him how to shoot because they were regular ATA shooters. Jeffrey made his first national team at the National Championships in 1997 in trap; he soon switched to double trap. Jeffrey graduated with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Health Care Science and Forensic Science from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in the summer of 2006. Jeffrey is now part of the United States Army Marksmanship Unit stationed in Fort Benning, Ga.
|Did You Know?|
Jeffrey played baseball from the time he was five years old until his graduation from high school. In his spare time, Jeffrey enjoys waterfowl hunting, bass fishing, golf, snowboarding and watching USC football. Jeffrey is a die hard Trojan football fan.
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