The NSCA annually recognizes up to three All-American teams in each of the seven categories, with 10 members assigned to each team for a total of 30 members per category. Teams are selected solely by the All-American Points System.
- Each team listed below is based on the previous year’s shooting.
- Open Team requires a minimum of 1200 registered targets.
- Lady, Veteran, Super Veteran, and Senior Super Veteran Teams require a minimum of 1000 registered targets.
- Junior and Sub-Junior Teams require a minimum of 800 registered targets.
- To be eligible for All-American teams, a shooter must be a citizen of the U.S. and eligible for a U.S. passport.
- If a person qualifies for more than one team, Open category is the first priority, then Lady, and age concurrent last. If a person qualifies in both the Open and/or Lady/age concurrent categories, they will be listed only in the Open category. If the person qualifies in the Lady and an age concurrent category, she will be listed only in the Lady category.
- Only the Top 30 shooters from each category are listed. All shooters who tied for the last rank listed, 30th place, are displayed.
For Open Team, All-American points are multiplied by the number of Master Class entries in events where there are 1-99 entries in an event and 100 or more entries in an event. For Concurrent Teams, All-American points are multiplied by the number of Concurrent entries in events where there are 1-99 entries in an event and 100 or more entries in an event. All events, regardless of the number of entries, are used to assign All-American points to Open and Concurrent Teams.
For full criteria on the procedure used to award points and determine the All-American team, see All-American Points System.