Tri-County Youth Sports Grant
Tri-County Youth Sports Grant Winners
Becky Stutzman McCumber

Becky Stutzman McCumber joins her grandfather, Carl “Pappy” Stutzman, as the second skeet shooter to be inducted into the GPSHOF. She is considered by most experts to be one of the greatest female skeet shooters in history. She won over twenty-five world skeet shooting championships, with her first in 1983. She also set two world records, hitting 1,183 consecutive targets in the 12-gauge ladies division and 259 straight in the long run doubles division for ladies. At the Illinois state level, Becky has won six open competition titles, including the "High Over All" championship. In 1992 she won the Zone 5 Doubles Championship and made the Illinois state team numerous times over the years.  At the national level, Becky has two Open Mini World titles and broke a 400x400 in the Mini in 1999. In the main events that year, Becky broke a 647x650. She has captured numerous Ladies State and National titles along the way. Becky has been named to the Ladies All American team as Captain eight times and made the team in consecutive years for decades beginning in 1983. She currently holds two world records, the ladies Long Run World Record for Doubles at 259 straight established in 1997 and the Ladies Long Run World Record for 12 gauge at 1183 straight established in 2000-2001. Becky has shot 13 career 100 straights in the 410. In 2012, at the Poco Loco (an all 410 shoot), she broke a 397x400 to win HOA RU for the shoot.