David is a second year PhD student reading Computer Science at Downing College. He has been a part of CUCPSC since 2022, but has been around Cambridge for as long as we can remember having matriculated at Churchill College back in 2018. David has a long history as a bit of a socialite relentlessly running multiple large social events over the years - a skill which he plans on using to grow the club and surrounding community. He is rather fond of country sports as a whole, and also serves as Treasurer for the University's Polo Club.
Jacob is a first year PhD student at Darwin College, having been a member for the 4 years of his Undergraduate Engineering Degrees at Girton he has held multiple committee positions including Quartermaster and Safety Officer. As Vice President, he intents to build on CUCPSC's competition success last year with more training for the Varsity teams and enthusiastic newcomers. Jacob aims for the club's competitive shooters to improve their CPSA classifications and shooting so that CUCPSC retains and adds to its collection of silverware.
Serena is in her third year at Newnham College reading Psychological and Behavioural Sciences. She has been actively involved in the club since her first year, has previously held the role of Social Media Secretary, and is excited to continue this involvement into her final year as a keen and competitive member. Serena is looking forward to being at the heart of the club with her role as Secretary, and being an integral part of its day-to-day running.
Stash and Sponsors Secretary
Liz is a 4th year PhD student reading English Renaissance with an emphasis in Digital Literature at Darwin College. She became enthusiastically involved with the Club in 2022, and since then has been shooting regularly and exploring new disciplines. This year she is hoping to share some of that enthusiasm with new members and continue being part of an excellent and enjoyable club.
Social Media Secretary
Will is a fourth year PhD student in Plant Sciences and a member of Corpus Christi College. He brings over a decade of experience in the world of clay pigeon shooting and after serving diligently as Club President he will now be aiding as Club Advisor.
Chairman of The 1978 Club
Max is an alumnus of Christ's College, where he read History. As Chairman of The 1978 Club, Max organises the continued involvement of alumni and their support for CUCPSC. He joined in his second year and served on the committee as Secretary, as well as frequently competing for the Club.