• NCAA Smallbore Champion (2015)
• NRA All-American (Second-Team, Smallbore, 2016)
• NRA All-American (Second-Team, Air Rifle, 2015)
• NRA All-American (Second-Team, Smallbore, 2014)
• CRCA All-American (HM, Combined, 2016)
• CRCA All-American (Third-Team, 2015)
• NRA All-American (HM, Smallbore, 2015)
• CRCA All-American (HM, 2014)
• GARC Runner-Up (Smallbore, 2014)
• GARC Bronze Medalist (Air Rifle, 2017)
• Second-Team All-GARC Combined, Smallbore, Air Rifle (2015)
• Fourth at Junior World Cup (Air Rifle, 2015)
• 12th at Junior World Cup (Smallbore, 2015)
• Top Eight Finisher at Bavarian Airgun Championship (2015)
• International Shooting Sport Federation World Cup Competitor (2015)
• Winter Airgun Junior National Champion (2014)
• Academic All-Big Ten (2015, 2016, 2017)
• Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016; Spring 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
• Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
• U.S. National Junior Women's Smallbore Champion (2013)
• USA Shooting National Junior Team Member
• Top J2 Shooter at Junior Olympic National Smallbore Championships (2012)
• Sixth at Junior Olympic National Smallbore Championships (2012)
• American Legion Precision 3-P Air Rifle Champion (2013)
• Plzen Hopes Women's Smallbore Rifle Champion (2013)
• Rocky Mountain Women's Air Rifle Champion (2013)
• New Mexico 4-H Smallbore Champion (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)

Rachel Martin proved to be one of the top shooters in the history of the Nebraska rifle program. A seven-time All-American, Martin is tied for second in NU rifle history for most All-America awards, joining Amanda Trujillo. Only 2006 Air Rifle National Champion and eight-time All-American Kristina Fehlings has more. Additionally, Martin is the only three-time CRCA All-American in school history.

The 2015 Smallbore National Champion led the Huskers to the NCAA Championships in each of her four seasons, including top five finishes in 2014 (fifth) and 2015 (fourth). Martin etched her way into the record books, breaking the school record for highest air rifle score by a sophomore (597), highest air rifle score by a junior (596), highest air rifle score by a senior (595) and highest overall air rifle score (597).

Off the range, the Peralta, New Mexico, native was an eight-time member of the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll and a four-time member of the Tom Osborne Citizenship Team. She earned her bachelor's degree from Nebraska in May of 2017.

Senior (2016-17)
A returning All-American, Rachel Martin helped lead the Huskers both on and off the range, as one of only three upperclassmen on a young Husker squad. She competed in every match for the Huskers in both smallbore and air rifle. She helped carry the team into the postseason, including a sixth-place NCAA finish and a second-place GARC finish. She also claimed the bronze medal in air rilfe at the 2017 GARC Championships. Her season-best air rifle score of 595 broke the school record for highest air rifle score ever produced by a senior. Martin helped the team notch the four-highest air rifle scores in school history in her final season with the Huskers. Martin also paved the way in the classroom, earning a spot on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in fall 2016.

Junior (2015-16)   
The 2015 NCAA smallbore champion, Martin returned as a leader for Nebraska as a junior in 2015-16. The All-American from Peralta, N.M., competed in every meet for the Huskers, including the postseason, where the team qualified for its fourth consecutive trip to the NCAA Championships, finishing eighth. Martin added her sixth and seventh All-America honors as a junior, one from the NRA and one from the CRCA.

The seven-time All-American added Academic All-Big Ten honors in 2015, and earned a spot on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in both the fall and spring semesters.

Sophomore (2014-15)
Martin emerged as one of the nation's top shooters in her second season at Nebraska. The sophomore captured the NCAA smallbore title while earning All-America honors from both the NRA and CRCA. Martin's performances helped the Huskers to a fourth-place team finish at the 2015 NCAA Championships.

The third Husker to ever win an NCAA championship, Martin tied her career-best smallbore score of 585 twice and shattered her previous career-best air rifle score by four points. Her personal-best air rifle score of 597 also set the record for the best individual air rifle score at Nebraska. She was an NRA and CRCA All-American for the second consecutive year, and was also a second-team All-GARC selection in smallbore, air rifle and combined.

Off the range, Martin earned academic All-Big Ten honors in 2015, and was named to the Nebraska-Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll both the fall and spring semesters. She claimed a spot on the Tom Osborne Citizenship Team for her efforts in the community.

Freshman (2013-14)
Martin produced a strong freshman campaign, averaging 586.67 in air rifle and 579.64 in smallbore. She fired a then-career-high score of 593 in air rifle two times, once against NC State and again at the NCAA Qualifiers. In smallbore, Martin fired a 585 against NC State, beating her previous high smallbore score. In the postseason, Martin finished second in smallbore at the GARC Championships. She qualified for the 2014 NCAA Championships and helped the Huskers to a fifth-place team finish.

Martin was recognized for her success on the range when she was named an All-American by both the NRA and the CRCA.

Martin was named to the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the fall and spring semesters of 2013-14, while also being named to the inaugural Tom Osborne Citizenship Team for her efforts in the community.

Before Nebraska
Martin competed in every National Junior Olympics from 2009 to 2013 and was invited to the American Legion National Championship three times, winning the 3-P air rifle event in 2013. Martin spent the summer of 2013 competing for the U.S. National Junior Team in the Czech Republic, where she was named the Women's Smallbore Champion. In 2012, Martin competed at the Junior Olympic National Shooting Smallbore Championships and finished sixth overall. She was the top J2 shooter at the competition.

Personal
Rachel is the daughter of Joel and Donna Martin and was born April 20, 1995 in Albuquerque, N.M. She has two siblings, Kaitlyn and Sarah. Rachel was a double major in global studies and religious studies. She earned her bachelor's degree from Nebraska in May of 2017. She is also a member of the FCA leadership team. An academic All-Big Ten selection in 2015, Rachel is an eight-time member of the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll. She is a four-time member of the Tom Osborne Citizenship Team. She chose Nebraska over TCU, Murray State and Ole Miss.


Career Statisitics

Smallbore Avg. - 579.04
Air Rifle Avg. - 589.09


Career Bests
Smallbore - 590 (at Navy, 2/14/16)
Air Rifle - 597 (NU Record, at Alaska-Fairbanks, 11/23/14)
 
Year            
Event 
    Appearances    
   High Score   
  Average    
2013-14
 Smallbore
15
585
579.64
 
 Air Rifle
15
593
586.67
2014-15
Smallbore
14
585
578.50
 
Air Rifle
14
597
590.43
2015-16
Smallbore
15
590
 581.53
 
Air Rifle
15
596
 588.53
2016-17
Smallbore
15
584
576.47
Air Rifle
15
595
590.73
Career
Smallbore
59
590
579.04
 
Air Rifle
59
597
589.09