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2005-06: Bergman earned All-American honors for the third straight year, grabbing first-team accolades in the air rifle discipline ... she was named first-team All-MAC after leading the league in scoring average ... fired a stellar 592 against Alaska-Fairbanks (Jan. 21) ... shot a 590 against the University of the Sciences (Jan. 29) ... was over 585 seven straight times and finished the season by rallying Navy at the NCAA Championships with a 585 ... was under 580 just once, in her first competition of the season in the President's Trophy.

2004-05: Bergman had another outstanding season, earning second-team All-American honors in air rifle ... was also a first-team All-MAC honoree in both disciplines ... won the U.S. Interservice International Rifle Championship in air ... posted a 584.8 average in air rifle, including a 593 against both Alaska-Fairbanks and MIT ... shot over 580 during the last 10 competitions ... also recorded 581's in smallbore against John Jay and Alaska-Fairbanks ... placed 12th at the USA Shooting National Championships in the women's 10-meter air rifle competition.

2003-04: One of the best freshman seasons in Navy history ... broke the Academy record in air rifle with a 398 against John Jay ... qualified for the NCAA Championship and earned second team All-Collegiate honors ... her last-five air rifle scores of the season were at least a 390 ... ended the season with the team's best air rifle average (389.3) ... finished in eighth place at the U.S Olympic Trials in May.

High School: Attended Fort Mill High School ... a three-time letterwinner in rifle and a two-year letterman in soccer.

Personal: Daughter of James and Carol Bergman ... born Nov. 7, 1983, in Charleston, W.Va.

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