Lena Miculek Defends High Lady Title

The Team SIG shooter also became the first female to break the top five finishers in the overall Tactical Division at the USPSA Multi-Gun Nationals.

by posted on July 29, 2023
Lena Miculek Team Sig USPSA Multi Gun Nationals 2023

Team SIG professional shooter Lena Miculek defended her High Lady title and became the first female to break the top five finishers in the overall Tactical Division at the recent USPSA Multi-Gun Nationals. Daniel Horner, also shooting for Team SIG, earned the inaugural first place finish in the newly established Modern Division

“The performances by Daniel and Lena throughout this match were thrilling and their victories incredibly impressive,” said Tom Taylor, Commercial Sales, SIG Sauer, Inc. “Leading up to this nationals, Daniel and Lena trained together putting themselves through an exhaustive daily regiment to be match-ready; it was great to see this dedication and hard work pay off with the championship finishes for each of them, competing in a true team fashion. Daniel set the bar for the newly establish Modern Division, and Lena smashed another glass ceiling earning the fifth overall spot in the extremely competitive Tactical Division.”

Lena Miculek added, “since the launch of Rose by Sig Sauer my focus has been on taking my experience as a professional shooter to provide support and education to the Rose community. This multi-gun nationals brought me back to my roots and the beginning of my own firearms journey; I returned to my family trade of competition shooting to not only defend my Tac-Optics High Lady title but earn a top five overall ranking, raising the bar yet again for women in the firearms world," she said. "Nothing is sweeter than getting to celebrate shared success alongside my teammate Daniel Horner, and my father Jerry Miculek. New training, camaraderie, encouragement, and the joy of shared success are just a few of the things I experienced at this multi-gun national that I can’t wait to bring back to the Rose Community.”

Miculek competed with a P320-XFive Legion, M400-DH3 rifle with a TANGO6T riflescope and SIG 9mm Match Elite competition ammunition, and 5.56 Marksman Elite Match Competition Ammunition.

Horner competed with a P320-DH3 pistol with a Romeo1PRO optic, M400-DH3 rifle with a TANGO6T riflescope and SIG 9mm Match Elite competition ammunition, and 5.56 Marksman Elaite Match Competition Ammunition.

The 2023 USPSA Multi-Gun Nationals was held at the Forest Lakes Sportsman’s Club in Forest Lake, Minnesota, July 21 – 23, 2023. For more, visit sigsauer.com.

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