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  • US Collegiate Archery Survey - USIAC & WORLD TEAM TRIALS Schedule Hello USCA MEMBER.In response to feedback after the announcement of USIAC date change, The USCA board of directors have decided to survey the membership. Please select an option that ...
    Posted Oct 14, 2014, 7:59 PM by Edward Kim
  • USCAA 2014 3D USIAC National Championship The 2014 3D USIACs were concluded October 5th, 2014, with record attendance. Sixteen schools were represented and a record turnout of over 115 archers this year. Several matches were closely ...
    Posted Oct 10, 2014, 9:30 PM by Edward Kim
  • Announcement of new Executive Director for USCA, Gary Holstein 25 September 2014   U.S. Collegiate Archery Association, the premier organization for the sport of archery at university and colleges has announced the selection of Gary Holstein as the new ...
    Posted Oct 1, 2014, 11:45 AM by Edward Kim
  • U.S. University Archers Strike Gold at Premier Pan American University Cup 2014 26 September 2014 U.S. University Archers Strike Gold at Premier Pan American University Cup Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, Thirteen Archers from universities and colleges across the United States competed ...
    Posted Oct 1, 2014, 11:39 AM by Edward Kim
  • 2013-2014 USCAA Tournaments **Subject to change**September 20th-22nd – 3-D Regionals at the University of Cumberlands 28th-29th – 3-D Regionals at both Southeastern Illinois College and Wayne State College October 5th ...
    Posted Aug 5, 2013, 3:02 PM by Webmaster USCAA
  • 2013-14 Academic Year Changes to Rules and Procedures This provides an overview of changes that were approved in 2012 and now effective this academic year as well as changes approved in July 2013. Members are responsible for reading ...
    Posted Aug 5, 2013, 2:25 PM by Webmaster USCAA
  • 2013 3D USIAC Registration USCAA is pleased to open registration for the 2013 3D USIAC which will be hosted by the University of Missouri, Columbia, MO from 11-13 October 2013.Register for the ...
    Posted Jul 30, 2013, 12:29 PM by Webmaster USCAA
  • Annovedwin Begay-Barakzai Annovedwin Begay- Barakzai is pictured here on the left with her teammate Janice Wilson.USCAA is saddened to learn of the death of one of our members, Annovedwin Begay- Barakzai ...
    Posted Jul 3, 2013, 8:40 PM by Webmaster USCAA
  • 2013 USIAC Full Results This year, USIAC was held in Southern Utah by SUU and Cedar City. It was a gorgeous venue with rough winds the first day of shootings, which was gone by ...
    Posted May 21, 2013, 12:32 AM by Webmaster USCAA
  • 2013 USIAC Results Day 1 The results from the first day at USIAC 2013 will be posted here as they become available. Check back for more! Qualification ScoresMixed Team Results
    Posted May 17, 2013, 9:23 PM by Webmaster USCAA
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US Collegiate Archery Survey - USIAC & WORLD TEAM TRIALS Schedule

posted Oct 14, 2014, 7:59 PM by Edward Kim

Hello USCA MEMBER.
In response to feedback after the announcement of USIAC date change, The USCA board of directors have decided to survey the membership. Please select an option that best serves you and your team. If you have additional concerns on the topic, Please use the comments box at the end of the survey.

Please note that if we keep World Team Trials and USIAC together, we will have both events on the same venue (to be determined). If we have them apart, Trials will be held in Southern California and USIAC in a venue to be determined.

This survey will be anonymous. Your identity will be protect if you choose to state it in the survey. 
Please submit one survey per person. We wish to give everyone a FAIR vote to voice their opinion.

This survey will be available until 10/21/2014, 6:00 PM PDT

Thank you
Edward Kim
USCA Administrative Assistant

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DQ9VC58

USCAA 2014 3D USIAC National Championship

posted Oct 10, 2014, 7:43 PM by Edward Kim   [ updated Oct 10, 2014, 9:30 PM ]

The 2014 3D USIACs were concluded October 5th, 2014, with record attendance. Sixteen schools were represented and a record turnout of over 115 archers this year. Several matches were closely fought, with champions decided by a few points. The 3D U.S. Intercollegiate Championships began in 2009 and membership participation has increased dramatically in the last few years.

 

In the Bowhunter women’s division, Kacey Eggers from Wayne State College finished with a final score of 363, closely followed by both Tracy Hatton from Southeastern Illinois College and Katelin Bradley from the Universtiy of Wisconsin-Steven Point with a final score of 361. Hatton took 2nd with 2 more 12’s, and Bradley took 3rd. Katie Fladzinski of University of the Cumberlands won the compound women’s division shooting a score of 394. Kelsey Brandkamp of the University of Missouri won the recurve women’s division handily, defeating her competitors from the University of the Cumberlands and Midway College. The Basic Bow class was also represented this year at 3D USIAC. Victoria Novak from Northeast Community College won the Basic Bow women’s class with a final score of 220.

 

The Bowhunter men’s division was the largest division represented in the tournament. University of the Cumberlands’ Caleb Kirby led the highly competitive field, finishing at 407 followed by Austin Fischer of University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with a 400. In the men’s compound division, Nathan Ketchum from Michigan State University won the top spot by shooting a score of 415. The men’s recurve class was also very competive with Cameron Feriante from Georgia Southern University topping the competition with a final score of 363 followed closely by Levi Bachmann from University of Missouri who had a final score of 359. The Basic Bow class was also represented in the men’s division with Daniel Allen from Georgia Southern University winning with a score of 281.

 

In the team rounds, the mix team rounds were hotly contested, with Southeastern Illinois College victorious in the Bowhunter division, followed by University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and Northern Arizona University. The compound division was led by the University of the Cumberlands, with Oklahoma State University taking second respectively. University of Missouri was victorious in recurve, and Georgia Southern University won Basic Bow in the mixed team rounds.

 

A major round of applause and thanks from USCAA goes to the Mizzou Archery, the host club from University of Missouri, who graciously volunteered to host this year’s 3D USIAC and ran it in a very professional manner that archers have come to expect at USCAA events. Prairie Grove Shotgun Sports provided much welcomed assistance with the event, include hot food for sale, and a huge thank you to the USCAA volunteers who assisted with registration and the event results. The U.S. Collegiate Archery Association's mission is to develop archery across the U.S. as an open and inclusive organization providing competition opportunities for all college archers. USCAA hopes that all athletes are preparing for next year's events, including the Collegiate Indoor Nationals, Regional Championships, and 2015 Target USIACs.

 

 

Announcement of new Executive Director for USCA, Gary Holstein

posted Oct 1, 2014, 11:45 AM by Edward Kim

25 September 2014

 

U.S. Collegiate Archery Association, the premier organization for the sport of archery at university and colleges has announced the selection of Gary Holstein as the new executive director.  Mr. Holstein will fill the vacancy created by Lorretta Sinclair’s departure in January.  The selection was made after a nation-wide search and selection process, during which Mr. Holstein served in multiple positions including technical delegate and assistant executive director for the organization. 

 

Mr. Holstein brings a diverse background with more than 30 years consulting and management experience with large and small companies.  During his lifelong involvement with archery Mr. Holstein has participated in most facets of archery from enthusiast and competitor to coach, tournament host and organizer.   In addition to his new position Mr. Holstein continues his role as head coach of one of the programs has helped start the successful University of California, Irvine Anteater Archery Club.  Through his carrier in archery Mr. Holstein has served as coaching staff for US national teams and programs as well as presenter at national and international coach training events.    

 

The U.S. Collegiate Archery Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization governing collegiate archery in the United States.  Formally taking the reins of college archery in 2009, with aggressive marketing and program diversification to the universities and colleges, the sport has seen tremendous annual growth.  Through USCAA affiliated sport clubs, varsity teams and competition.  University and college students learn management, organization and leadership skills.  

U.S. University Archers Strike Gold at Premier Pan American University Cup 2014

posted Oct 1, 2014, 11:39 AM by Edward Kim

26 September 2014

U.S. University Archers Strike Gold at Premier Pan American University Cup

Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, Thirteen Archers from universities and colleges across the United States competed in the premier of the Archery Pan American University Cup.  This is expected to be an annual event drawing top university and college archers from North, Central and South America.  This year’s premier included a members of the 2012 Mexico Olympic team and as well as athletes from the United States, Puerto Rico and as far as Argentina.  Competition was held at Mexico’s Baja California Olympic Training Center in Tijuana.    

After four days of competition in challenging conditions Daniel Gregory, Men’s Compound, Utah State University, Bronze medalist at this summer’s Archery World University Championships in Poland, clinched the individual Gold medal in a tight match with Puerto Rico. 

Justin Bradley, Men’s Compound, California University of Pennsylvania, won the individual Bronze Medal in an exciting come from behind match with Mexico.

Branduin Stroud, Women’s Recurve, University of California, Berkeley, won the individual Silver Medal in an exciting match with Mexico.

Mathew Zumbo, Golden West Community College, won the individual bronze medal in a match with Mexico.

In open team cup competition the Men’s Compound team won the Gold Medal, the Women’s Recurve Team won the Silver Medal, the Recurve Mixed Team won the Silver Medal, Compound Mixed Team won the Bronze Medal, and the Men’s Recurve team finished just off the podium in fourth place.

In National Teams Competition, the Men’s Compound, Compound Mixed, Men’s Recurve, Women’s Recurve and Women’s Mixed Recurve teams all won gold.

2013-2014 USCAA Tournaments

posted Aug 5, 2013, 2:54 PM by Webmaster USCAA   [ updated Aug 5, 2013, 3:02 PM ]

**Subject to change**

September 
  • 20th-22nd – 3-D Regionals at the University of Cumberlands 
  • 28th-29th – 3-D Regionals at both Southeastern Illinois College and Wayne State College 
October
  • 5th- 2013 Annual Meeting(Virtual) 
  • 11th-13th – 3-D USIAC at the University of Missouri 
February
  • 21st-23rd – Indoor Nationals (tentative, subject to change for each venue) 
  • 28th-March 2nd – Indoor Nationals (tentative, subject to change for each venue) 
March
  • 15th-16th – California Collegiate Championship(C3) at UC Irvine 
April
  • 5th – NorCal Regional Intercollegiate Qualifier at Black Mountain Bowmanmore in San Jose, CA 
  • 8th-20th – Regional Intercollegiate Archery Championship 
    • North – UW LaCrosse 
    • South – UT Austin 
    • Southeast – University of Florida 
    • West – University of California Irvine 
    • East – Central CT, Willington, CT 
  • 25th-27th – World University Team Trials (Location TBD) 
May
  • 15th-18th – US Intercollegiate Archery Championship (Location TBD) 
July
  • 15th-20th – World University Championship in Belgium 
Additional Events
  • East Region – (Dates 4-6 April and 11-13 April – location tentative pending confirmation of NECAT and Adam Wheatcroft) 
  • South Region – Pending 
  • North Region – Pending 

All clubs are responsible for providing dates, times, locations, and event information to the USCAA calendar, www.uscollegiatearchery.org. Please register the event on the USCAA calendar per the requirements and provide event information at least 30 days prior to the event so all members have the opportunity to participate. Please make sure all USCAA divisions are included for our member benefit. If you have any questions regarding tournaments contact Kacey at kacey@uscollegiatearchery.org.

2013-14 Academic Year Changes to Rules and Procedures

posted Aug 5, 2013, 2:25 PM by Webmaster USCAA   [ updated Aug 5, 2013, 2:25 PM ]

This provides an overview of changes that were approved in 2012 and now effective this academic year as well as changes approved in July 2013. Members are responsible for reading the full changes in the 2013-14 Rules and Procedures Handbook available at the website. 

Additions to Rules and Procedures Handbook

USCAA is adding a section for competition rules outlining formats for team rounds, mixed team, equipment rules for compound/recurve. Currently being added – notification when completed will be announced. 

Added: Roles and responsibilities of Technical Delegate, Tournament host, Judges/Officials
Added: Appeals process for competition

Equipment/Travel Grants

  • Equipment grant program is being revised. Currently only blue tier grants accepted. Red tier grants will be restructured and posted shortly. Gold Tier grants are no longer available.
  • All grants now require university approval/signature by either the sport club dept or the athletic director whichever is applicable.
  • All grants now require at least two (2) club signatures for sport clubs in addition to university signature. Varsity clubs only require coach signature in addition to university signature
  • Clubs must show proof of storage and inventory control system prior to grant approval. 

Eligibility Changes

  • Eligibility forms must be received by USCAA at least 15 days prior to first competition. Removed deadlines of 1 Feb and 1 Sept (was confusing along with the 15 days requirement). Removed ‘postmarked’ and changed to received. Clubs may fax or email the signed eligibility form. If the university seal is not visible on fax/email, clubs will need to snail mail. Clubs should keep original copy for the academic year in case it is requested. 
  • Eligibility Letter or form stamped by the registrar of their IHL and sport club or athletic director, whichever university official is applicable. If the Sport Club Director/Athletic Director has access to GPA and class units, then that is the only signature required. In all cases, the Sport Club Director or Athletic Director must sign the eligibility form acknowledging that the club members are competing. 
  • Archers have seven (7) consecutive years to use five (5) years of eligibility. Extenuating circumstance exception will be available for military service. 
  • Students graduating the last semester/quarter of the academic year who are part-time students only because they are taking the maximum number of units to graduate may compete in spring semester (winter/spring quarter). However, students who utilize this option and then do not graduate are not eligible to compete the following academic year. The student must have been a full-time student in the fall semester/quarter. (see full rule as outlined in rules and procedures) 

Graduating Senior

USCAA has had an informal policy regarding graduating seniors. This clause outlines the requirements for participation and earning awards as well as disqualifications.
  1. Fall graduating students 
    1. Fall students who are part-time status based on graduation requirements are eligible to compete in Fall semester/quarter competitions and earn awards and honors for the fall semester/quarter. 
    2. Fall graduating students are not eligible to compete in spring semester/quarter or winter quarter nor earn spring/winter awards and honors. 
    3. In the event an athlete who competed in the fall semester/quarter as a part-time graduating senior does not graduate that semester/quarter for any reason, the athlete shall not be eligible for UCAA athlete membership while attending university for the same degree 
  2. Spring graduating students 
    1. Students planning to graduate in the spring semester/quarter who want to earn All-American, Best New Archer, Academic Archery honors must have been full-time fall semester (fall and winter quarter)at their respective university. 
    2. A student who is graduating in the spring semester/quarter and is taking less than full-time credits in the spring/semester/quarter based on graduation requirements is eligible to compete in spring competitions, earn awards and honors as long as they were also full-time students during fall semester/quarter. 
    3. In the event, an athlete who competed in the spring semester/quarter as a part-time graduating senior does not graduate that semester/quarter for any reason, the athlete shall not be eligible for USCAA athlete membership while attending university for the same degree. 

Fee changes

  • Membership fee changes 
    • Effective 1 January 2014, a $40 fee will be required for Coach certification 
    • Effective 1 August 2013, individual membership fees will be $40 
    • Effective 1 August 2013, if a club has more than two coaches, additional coach fee is $40 
  • Event fee changes 
    • $65 National Indoors 
    • $65 all Outdoor Regional Championships 
    • $125 Target USIAC (includes banquet, does not include t-shirts) 
  • USCAA will require late/change fees when clubs are late with registrations or request changes after the close of registration. 

Competition for both 3D and Target

  • Team round competitions 
    • Clubs must designate team members for team and mixed team competition at least 2 hours prior to the event or the default will be the three (3) highest scoring members for team round, and the top man and top woman for mixed team. 
    • Team round will be competed at 3D USIAC 
  • Indoor competitions for all categories 
    • The X ring scores as a 10, the 10 ring as a 10, the 9 ring as a 9. USCAA will no longer use the X as the ‘10’ and the 10/9 ring as a 9 for National Indoors. 
  • Outdoor target competitions for Bow hunter and Compound 
    • Target face will be (6-ring face) 1-6 scoring rings (10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5,0) for individual elimination and qualification round 
  • At championship events, cuts at elimination matches for individual, team, mixed team may be implemented by USCAA. Lottery team may be utilized at Target USIAC if time permits 
  • 3D scoring 
    • X scored as a 12 instead of 11 in compliance with ASA, followed by 10, 8, 5, 0 

Honors and Awards

  • Regional Championships and Qualifiers 
    • Regional qualifiers were to be established in north, south, west to be consistent with east region and count towards All-Region ranking system. Instead of effective 2013-14, it will be effective 2014-15 to allow staff time to coordinate easily accessible qualifiers. 
    • For consistency (and at the request of several members) standardized All-Region awards will be provided by USCAA 
  • All-American and Academic Archery Honors: 
    • 3D Archers are eligible for All-American status and Academic Archery honors (approved Jul 2012 effective 2013-14) 
    • Target and 3D - Members must be fulltime students both fall and spring semester at one (1) USCAA IHL club for both semesters/3 quarters to earn All-American honors (Academic Archery honors already require this 2012-13) 
    • Target archers must attend their respective regional championship. In 2014, the athlete must complete the event (qualification round and elimination matches) in order for it to count towards All-American. (approved Jul 2012 effective 2013-14. Staff to implement into national ranking system) Note: after input from various clubs, the 2013-14 is required attendance. 2014-15 requirements may include some form of ranking points. Format to be determined) 
    • 3D archers must attend a regional qualifying event and 3D USIAC. Ranking points will be assigned based on final finish of highest score from a USCAA sanctioned qualifying event and included in overall score with qualifying score from 3D USIAC. (additional event will be required in 2014-15) ((approved Jul 2012 effective 2013-14) 
    • Bow hunter scores will count at Target USIAC as part of the calculations for Overall Team Award (approved Jul 2012 effective 2013-14) 
    • Only students who are full time both semesters /3 quarters may earn the top honors and awards. Graduating students who are part-time the spring semester/quarter due to graduation, must have been a full-time student in the fall semester (fall/winter quarter) to earn awards/honors. Students who are part-time graduating and do not graduate are ineligible to compete the following academic year. 

Dress Code Changes

  • Shirt requirements remain the same 
  • Bottoms are no longer required to be same color and similar style. 
  • Denim is no longer prohibited 
  • Archers and Coaches must appear professional as outlined in the Rules and Procedures

Coach certification

  • Effective August 2012, all new clubs must have at least one Club member certify a USCAA Coach. All coach members registering with new clubs will also take the Coach Certification course in order to be a coach member in good standing. (approved Jul 2012 effective 2013-14) 
  • Effective August 2013, all existing clubs will certify at least one club member and all existing coach members will need to take the online coach certification course by December 2014. (approved Jul 2012 effective 2013-14) 

National and Regional Championship and Qualifier Events/Hosts

  • USCAA will no longer seek bids for championship and qualifier hosts. The association will work with clubs, cities, and organizations to support the championship and qualifier events. 
  • All events that are regional qualifiers for Regional honors and all championship events will provide tournament information a minimum of 90 days advance to USCAA. 
  • Hosts for regional/national qualifiers and Championships are not guaranteed permanent event status. Agreements will be renewed either annually or bi-annually. Failure of hosts to meet the agreements will result in change of venue. 
  • Target Qualifiers for west, north, and south are not mandatory this year (approved Jul 2012 and were to be effective 2013-14) to allow more time to establish qualifiers that are easily accessible and will be included in regional/national ranking system 
  • 3D Regional Championships will be effective 2014-15 per Jul 2012 approval 

Establishing Conferences

  • Changes to the method of establishing conferences include 
  • New Conference establishment form available on line 
  • Maximum of 8 clubs per conference 
  • Membership and Eligibility apply 
  • Conferences may establish conference membership fee up to $25 maximum per person 
  • USCAA may establishment conference fee beginning in 2014-15 Academic year 
  • Select conference events may be utilized for a qualifier for regional and national honors 
The 2013-14 Rules and Procedures are being updated and will be posted in mid- August. All members are responsible for knowing the rules and procedures.

2013 3D USIAC Registration

posted Jul 29, 2013, 4:47 PM by Webmaster USCAA   [ updated Jul 30, 2013, 12:29 PM ]

USCAA is pleased to open registration for the 2013 3D USIAC which will be hosted by the University of Missouri, Columbia, MO from 11-13 October 2013.



Annovedwin Begay-Barakzai

posted Jun 29, 2013, 6:50 PM by Webmaster USCAA   [ updated Jul 3, 2013, 8:40 PM ]

Annovedwin Begay- Barakzai is pictured here on the left with her teammate Janice Wilson.

USCAA is saddened to learn of the death of one of our members, Annovedwin Begay- Barakzai. Ann competed as a compound archer in USCAA for the last few seasons, including the 2013 National Indoor Championships. Ann was a core member of the Dine' College Archery Team. She had recently moved to Tempe, AZ to continue her college education and participation in USCAA. Her quiet presence and kindness to other USCAA members will be sadly missed.

Ann was the niece of Dine Coach Fray Gray whom she greeted with, "Hi, Uncle." at each practice.

Cards can be mailed to the Barakzai family at P.O Box 2634, Chinle, AZ 86503 USCAA sends condolences to Fray and the Begay-Barakzai family.

2013 USIAC Full Results

posted May 21, 2013, 12:31 AM by Webmaster USCAA

This year, USIAC was held in Southern Utah by SUU and Cedar City. It was a gorgeous venue with rough winds the first day of shootings, which was gone by the second day of scoring. Thank you to all USCA volunteers who helped make this event a success. We would like to especially thank Dakota Sinclair, Chris Cheng, Gary Holstein, and Roberto Ghizzi for being a tremendous support to both USCA and the tournament. Thank you to SUU and Cedar City for hosting this wonderful event, including Ed and Joan Eliason, Jerry and Eileen Pylypchuk, and Benny Mar for their work organizing the event. USCAA also wishes to recognize and profusely thank the coaches, athletes, and clubs who pitched in when needed and lent their experience and muscle to help the event.  In particular, thank you to Lorinda Cohen, Bill Coady, Frank Thomas, Andy Puckett, Francis Parchaso, Mark Eggers, Kris Strebeck, and Rodney Estrada.  With their assistance over the weekend the tournament remained on track and all events were contested.

With the conclusion of the 2013 USIAC, we conclude this year of shooting.  US College Archery wishes to take a moment to thank the graduating seniors who have supported collegiate archery and participated in events throughout the years.  We wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors.  

Individual National Championship Awards 

Male Recurve

FirstName

Last Name

School

1

Anthony

Don

University of Arizona

2

Qixiong

Sun

Southern Utah University

3

Sungwoo

Shin

ACCC

4

Matthew

Requa

Texas A&M University

5

Eng Hwa

Ng

Texas A&M University

6

Raymond

Paguia

Cal State Northridge

7

Ryan

Fortenberry

Texas A&M University

8

Greggory

Foust

Penn College

 

 

Female Recurve

 

First Name

Last Name

School

 

1

Jennifer

Hardy

Texas A&M University

 

2

Katie

Alexander

University of Arizona

 

3

Sarah

Bernstein

Columbia University

 

4

Kalie

Sabajo

Cal State Long Beach

 

5

Kayla

Debord

Texas A&M University

 

6

Tiffany

Kim

Columbia University

 

7

Grace

Kim

Columbia University

 

8

Linda

Stephens

Georgia Southern University

 

 

Male Compound

 

First Name

Last Name

School

 

1

Kent

Haslem

Southern Utah University

 

2

Adam

Wruck

Texas A&M University

 

3

Simon

Rousseau

Texas A&M University

 

4

Daniel

Suter

James Madison University

 

5

Torrey

Bonham

Texas A&M University

 

6

Seth

Tremblay

University of New Hampshire

 

7

Alexander

Sahi

Central Connecticut State University

 

8

Justus

Leimbach

Penn College

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Female Compound

 

First Name

Last Name

School

 

1

Seneca

Francis

Utah State University

 

2

Rebecca

Boyer

Penn College

 

3

Marcie

Hebert

University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

 

4

Nicole

Lapinski

Penn College

 

5

Katie

Fladzinski

Michigan State University

 

6

Kacey

Eggers

Wayne State University

 

7

Mackenzie

Kieborz

Texas A&M University

 

8

Denise

Fan

UCLA

 

 

Male Bowhunter

 

First Name

Last Name

School

 

1

Malcolm

Keetso

Northern Arizona University

 

2

Andrew

Hower

Penn State University

 

3

Joseph

Dowdrick

Penn College

 

4

Kelvin

Dewalt

Penn College

 

5

Matthew

OBrien

RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST.

 

6

Kody

Vaassen

University of Wisconsin - La Crosse

 

7

Cameron

McLeod

Cal State Long Beach

 

8

Andrew

Ferguson

Georgia Southern University

 

 

Female Bowhunter

 

First Name

Last Name

School

 

1

Kendel

Baier

Penn College

 

2

Sara

Clemmer

James Madison University

 

3

Maria

James

Michigan State University

 

4

Raeanne

Klein

Dakota Wesleyan University

 

5

Bianca

Bartolome

Cal State Long Beach

 

6

Katherine

Stiegel

Texas A&M University

 

7

Ashley

Bui

Texas A&M University

 

8

Cheyanne

Miller

University of the Cumberlands

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Male Basic Bow

 

First Name

Last Name

School

 

1

Daniel

Allen

Georgia Southern University

 

2

Marshall

Schaeffer

Georgia Tech

 

3

Raymond

Hoang

UC Irvine

 

 

Female Basic Bow

 

First Name

Last Name

School

 

1

Rachel

Luoma

Georgia Southern University

 

2

Rachel

Bouchillon

University of Florida

 

3

Helen

Claudio

University of Florida

 


Congratulations to all the All-Americans and those who earned the Academic Archery Honors. In order to qualify for All-American, the archer had to have completed Indoor Nationals in February and Outdoor Nationals (USIAC). The sum of the ranking round scores from these two events was used to determine the top ten archers of each division. This year marks the first year that Bowhunter was able to earn these awards.

Male Recurve All-American Results

 

First Name

Last Name

School

1

Anthony

Don

University of Arizona

2

Sungwoo

Shin

Atlantic Cape Community College

3

Qixiong

Sun

Southern Utah University

4

Matthew

Requa

Texas A&M University

5

Aaron

Henslin

Texas A&M University

6

Raymond

Paguia

CSU Northridge

7

Eng Hwa

Ng

Texas A&M University

8

Alan

Chan

UCLA

9

Ryan

Fortenberry

Texas A&M University

10

John

Shewchuk

Texas A&M University

Female Recurve All-American Results

 

First Name

Last Name

School

1

Kayla

Debord

Texas A&M University

2

Tiffany

Kim

Columbia University

3

Linda

Stephens

Georgia Southern University

4

Grace

Kim

Columbia University

5

Kalie

Sabajo

CSU Long Beach

6

Shannon

Ostling

University of Washington

7

Sarah

Bernstein

Columbia University

8

Maddie

Dame

CSU Long Beach

9

Branduin

Stroud

UCB

10

Faith

Hundtoft

CSU Long Beach

Male Compound All-American Results

 

First Name

Last Name

School

1

Adam

Wruck

Texas A&M University

2

Daniel

Suter

James Madison University

3

Simon

Rousseau

Texas A&M University

4

Justus

Leimbach

Pennsylvania College of Technology

5

Torrey

Bonham

Texas A&M University

6

Kent

Haslem

Southern Utah University

7

Seth

Tremblay

University of New Hampshire

8

Alexander

Sahi

Central CT State Univ

9

Daniel

Gregory

Utah State University

10

Alex

Tait

Purdue University

 

 

Female Compound All-American Results

 

First Name

Last Name

School

1

Tristan

Skarvan

Texas A&M University

2

Seneca

Francis

Utah State University

3

Rebecca

Boyer

Pennsylvania College of Technology

4

Mackenzie

Kieborz

Texas A&M University

5

Kacey

Eggers

Wayne State College

6

Katie

Fladzinski

Michigan State University

7

Kannsas

Michaels

California University of Pennsylvania

8

Marcie

Herbert

University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

9

Nicole

Lapinski

Pennsylvania College of Technology

10

Elizabeth

Sweet

Texas A&M University

Male Bowhunter All-American Results

 

First Name

Last Name

School

1

Joseph

Dowdrick

Pennsylvania College of Technology

2

Kevin

Nee

UCLA

3

Kayne

Brenner

University of Wisconsin - La Crosse

4

Andrew

Hower

Penn State University

5

Kelvin

Dewalt

Pennsylvania College of Technology

6

Hunter

Teel

Texas A&M University

7

Dan

Hebert

University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

8

Andrew

Ferguson

Georgia Southern University

9

Matthew

OBrien

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

10

Ethan

Gish

University of Cumberlands

Female Bowhunter All-American Results

 

First Name

Last Name

School

1

Maria

James

Michigan State University

2

Raeanne

Klein

Dakota Wesleyan Univ.

3

Kendel

Baier

Pennsylvania College of Technology

4

Sarah

Clemmer

James Madison University

5

Cheyanne

Miller

University of Cumberlands

6

Katherine

Stiegel

Texas A&M University

7

Ashley

Bui

Texas A&M University

Academic Archery Honors are determined by being in the top 25% in Indoor Nationals, GPA, and rank at USIAC.

Male Recurve All Academic

 

First Name

Last Name

School

1

Anthony

Don

University of Arizona

2

Qixiong

Sun

Southern Utah University

3

Sungwoo

Shin

Atlantic Cape Community College

4

Eng Hwa

Ng

Texas A&M University

5

Aaron

Henslin

Texas A&M University

6

Robert

Regojo

University of Florida

7

Bryan

Lund

CSU Long Beach

8

Quin

Kaku

USC

9

Xiaowei

Dai

University of Texas

10

Bryan

Brady

James Madison University

Female Recurve All-Academic

 

First Name

Last Name

School

1

Linda

Stephens

Georgia Southern University

2

Tiffany

Kim

Columbia University

3

Faith

Hundtoft

CSU Long Beach

4

Kayla

Debord

Texas A&M University

5

Taylor

Hollmann

Texas A&M University

6

Shannon

Ostling

University of Washington

7

Grace

Kim

Columbia University

8

Arie

Wong

UCB

9

Maddie

Dame

CSU Long Beach

10

Sarah

Bernstein

Columbia University

Male Compound All-Academic

 

First Name

Last Name

School

1

Adam

Wruck

Texas A&M University

2

Simon

Rousseau

Texas A&M University

3

Kent

Haslem

Southern Utah University

4

Spencer

Endorf

Northeast Community College

5

Matthew

Cummings

Pennsylvania College of Technology

6

Paul

Foss

Mt. Marty College

7

Jordan

McGowan

Pennsylvania College of Technology

Female Compound All Academic

 

First Name

Last Name

School

1

Tristan

Skarvan

Texas A&M University

2

Mackenzie

Kieborz

Texas A&M University

3

Seneca

Francis

Utah State University

4

Kacey

Eggers

Wayne State College

5

Rebecca

Boyer

Pennsylvania College of Technology

6

Marcie

Herbert

University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

7

Kannsas

Michaels

California University of Pennsylvania

8

Nicole

Lapinski

Pennsylvania College of Technology

9

Katie

Fladzinski

Michigan State University

10

Jessica

Shuma

University of Wisconsin - La Crosse

Male Bowhunter All Academic

 

First Name

Last Name

School

1

Joseph

Dowdrick

Pennsylvania College of Technology

2

Kevin

Nee

UCLA

3

Kelvin

Dewalt

Pennsylvania College of Technology

4

Kayne

Brenner

University of Wisconsin - La Crosse

5

Matthew

OBrien

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

6

Kody

Vaassen

University of Wisconsin - La Crosse

Female Bowhunter All Academic

 

First Name

Last Name

School

1

Kendel

Baier

Pennsylvania College of Technology

2

Raeanne

Klein

Dakota Wesleyan Univ.

3

Sarah

Clemmer

James Madison University

4

Katherine

Stiegel

Texas A&M University

 

Congratulations to the recipients of the Best New Archer Award, which is given to new archers who have shown promise in the sport of archery.

Best New Archer Awards

 

Male Recurve

 

 

1

Bryan

Lund

Cal State Long Beach

2

Kyle

Schottenhammer

UCLA

3

Maxwell

Trainor

Pennsylvania College of Technology

 

Female Recurve

 

 

1

Ashleigh

Gottschalt

Victoria College

2

Katie

Reitbauer

Pennsylvania College of Technology

3

Samantha

Lantz

Pennsylvania College of Technology

 

Male Compound

 

 

1

Markus

Weber

Pennsylvania College of Technology

2

Leander

Altsisi

Dine College

3

Eric

Buggy

Penn State University

 

Female Compound

 

 

1

Annie

Lu

UC Berkeley

2

Rebekah

Johnson

Dine College

3

Monique

Tsosie

Dine College

 

Male Bowhunter

 

 

1

Jeremy

McConnell

CSU Long Beach

 

Female Bowhunter

 

 

1

Cayla

Easley

Pennsylvania College of Technology

2

Bianca

Bartolome

CSU Long Beach

3

Jennifer

Swanson

Mt. Marty College



 Team Round Results

Male Recurve Team

Texas A&M Univ.

JMU

ACCC

Female Recurve Team

Columbia Univ.

CSULB

Texas A&M

Male Compound Team

Texas A&M

JMU

Stanford University

Female Compound Team

Texas A&M

Penn College

James Madison University

Male Bowhunter Team

Texas A&M

University of the Cumberlands

Cal State Long Beach

Female Bowhunter Team

Penn College

Universityof the Cumberlands

Mixed Recurve Team

Texas A&M

University of Arizona

Southern Utah University

Mixed Compound Team

Texas A&M

James Madison University

Utah State University

Mixed Bowhunter Team

Penn College

Cal State Long Beach

Texas A&M


Male Basic Bow Team

Georgia Southern University

University of California, Irvine






Congratulations to the following teams for making top 3 in overall team

Overall team

1. Texas A&M University

2. James Madison University

3. Pennsylvania College of Technology


The full rank round results can be found here.

2013 USIAC Results Day 1

posted May 17, 2013, 8:37 PM by Webmaster USCAA   [ updated May 17, 2013, 9:23 PM ]

The results from the first day at USIAC 2013 will be posted here as they become available. Check back for more! 

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