So evidently “next time” came a lot sooner than we had planned. But it’s okay because there are awesome Halloween photos to share with you all! This past Friday, Trojan Archery continued a long-running tradition of the club and hosted our annual pumpkin carving and monster shoot. Our members took off the kid gloves and took down some monsters. They then threw down even more … Continue reading It’s the Great Pumpkin, Captain Max!
Last Sunday, Trojan Archery made the trek down to San Diego to meet with the Sun God of USCD; joint practice ensued and everyone had a good time (and tan; because what even is cloud coverage). Many thanks to the members who traveled with us to represent the club, our dedicated driving members, and especially our Head Coach, Terri! If you could not join us last … Continue reading Meeting the Sun Gods
Do you want to prove yourself to be the Pumpkin-g of Trojan Archery? Then come join Trojan Archery for some pumpkin carving this upcoming Friday, October 27th and the subsequent shooting of the carved pumpkin on Sunday, October 29th at the Pasadena Roving Archer range! You bring the artistic finesse, and we’ll bring everything else. Even if you’re not feeling the pumpkin hype, come join us this Friday … Continue reading This is Halloween
We here at Trojan Archery are excited to announce that our club will be participating in the USA Archery Adult Achievement Program! In order to for the developing archer to track—and, honestly, flaunt–their progress in the sport, we will begin offering mini tournament style 300 Rounds (ten ends of three arrows for a maximum of 300 points). By tracking the score with USAA’s scoring matrix, … Continue reading Calling All Achievement Hunters!
So you have decided to become an archer; where does one actually begin? For many of our dedicated readers and club members, the answer to that question is a simple one: go to a beginner class. For most other archers, however, the process starts by considering a few of their physical attributes that plays important role in the shooting process. Hand and eye dominance Save … Continue reading So You Want to be an Archer: Physical Considerations
Now that we are winding down the “test drive” period for the club, we will start handing out membership packages. Your package includes a club T-shirt, a stretch band, some adorable pins, and an awesomely pristine curriculum card. You can pick up your membership package from an officer during any of our on-campus practice. We are also going to start skill development in full force. … Continue reading Welcoming Our New Members
With the month of September winding down, we are happy to report that the club practices are going strong! We have taught over 200 new archers and many of them are coming back for more as official club members. Now that our member roster is filling up, we will begin to shift focus towards providing our members with the training and skill development that will … Continue reading On an Upward Trajectory