Hannah  Muegge
 Hannah Muegge

Boling, Texas

High School:
Benjamin Franklin Terry

Interim Head Coach


Brenzovich Retires As UTEP's Rifle Coach

Brenzovich Was In His 16th Year At The Helm Of The Program


School-Record 139 UTEP Student-Athletes make C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll

Student-athletes must maintain a 3.0 grade point average to qualify.


Muegge Paces Miners In Smallbore Shooting Of NCAA Qualifier

Senior Fires 575 To Lead Way


UTEP Rifle Fires Second-Best Seasonal Score In Air Rifle Portion Of NCAA Qualifier

Miners Conclude Season On High Note


Muegge Leads #20 UTEP Rifle At No. 7 Air Force

Senior Fires Career-Best 576 In Smallbore

Hannah Muegge was elevated to interim head coach on Jan. 30. Muegge had previously been serving as an assistant coach, which was her first year in that position. Prior to that, in 2013-14 she was the first graduate assistant in the UTEP Rifle programs' history. A native Texan, Muegge came to El Paso in August 2009 recruited on an athletic scholarship to shoot for the Miners, as well as an UTEP academic scholarship recipient.

Muegge first started shooting at the age of nine as a part of the Texas 4-H Shooting Sports Program participating in BB-Gun, Archery, Sporter, Smallbore, and Air-Rifle events. During high school she started shooting national matches participating at the USA Shooting Championships at Fort Benning Georgia from 2007-2010 shooting smallbore and air rifle. Muegge also shot on the Texas State Rifle Association Smallbore Team from 2008 to 2012 at the NRA National Outdoor Championships at Camp Perry, Ohio and also served as Coach in 2012. Her first year shooting at Camp Perry, Muegge was named to the US Drew Cup Team, an international prone team, competing in an international postal league match.

During her freshman year at UTEP, Muegge created the UTEP Rifle Team Facebook page which gained such large support from its fans that UTEP Athletics adopted it as an Official Page of UTEP Athletics; Muegge still serves as the page admin. During 2010, the sport of rifle once again made history; UTEP and Jacksonville State University competed against each other in a sibling rivalry match in which Muegge shot against her brother, Sam. In 2011, Muegge was awarded the Spirit of Service Award by Conference USA for her leadership role at UTEP on the Student Athlete Advisory Council and her community involvement. In 2012, she fought to get her sport awareness by working with the UTEP bookstore to sell UTEP Rifle tee shirts. As a four-year varsity letter, Muegge was a firing team member of the 2012 team that made its second team appearance in UTEP history at the 2012 NCAA Rifle Championships where UTEP placed fifth overall. In 2013, Muegge was named UTEP Rifle MVP.

Muegge received her bachelor of business administration in accounting from UTEP in May 2013 and is currently working on her masters of business administration in management at UTEP.