Despite a challenging year, Trojan Archery is pleased to say that our club is as strong as ever! In Fall 2021, we have received overwhelming interest in our club and has welcomed over 200 new archers to learn about the sport! Here from the bottom of our hearts we thank everyone who has come to one of our practices and for complying with anti-COVID regulations … Continue reading Here’s to a Brand New Season!
As we get back into the swing of things with a new semester, we wanted to let you know what we have coming up! Continue reading Spring 2021 – Staying Connected, Active, and Excited
Fall 2020 has been an experience unlike any other. With classes being held online and campus facilities closing indefinitely, collegiate sport has faced an unprecedented challenge. While we congratulate all who have demonstrated incredible resilience during this difficult time and finished their semester strong, we also want to look back on the journey Trojan Archery has undergone for the past 4 months. Let’s take a look at some exciting and innovative event highlights made possible by our club leaders and coaches. Continue reading Fall 2020 Semester Recap – Archery at Home
As the academic year is coming to a close, we’d like to give a huge shoutout and thank you to our outgoing 2019-2020 Executive Board for their achievements during Trojan Archery’s 92nd year as a USC organization. Continue reading Trojan Archery’s 2019-2020 Year in Review: Celebrating our Achivements in Education and Competition
Fall semester saw many new archers taking up bows, and old team members working hard and setting goals. Spring semester is where all of that work pays off. Indoor competitions have already begun, and will be over before we know it. We’re so proud of our Trojan Archery family and the work they’ve put in, and we’re excited to see them reap the rewards at our upcoming tournaments. Continue reading Looking Ahead to the Spring 2020 Semester
Fall 2019 was a busy and productive semester for Trojan Archery! The fall semester is always an important time for training and preparing for Spring 2020’s indoor and outdoor season, and this year was no exception. In addition to recruiting new team members, we’ve made lots of positive changes this year in order to make our team one of the best. From implementing team workouts to coaching workshops, our team is making strides to shoot well and shoot strong! Continue reading Fall 2019 Semester Recap – Here’s to 2020!
Welcome to the Trojan Archery, a friendly partition of Club Sports at the University of Southern California! Trojan Archery is a student-run collegiate archery program dedicated to teaching and practicing the sport of archery at the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles, CA. Founded in 2004, Trojan Archery consists of both a recreational club and a traveling competitive Olympic Recurve, Barebow, and Compound … Continue reading About Us
Dear Trojan Archery Friends and Families,
Long-time no see! With summer coming to a close, Trojan Archery is getting prepared for the upcoming school year. Namely, we are focusing our efforts toward fall recruitment and are excited to announce that we will be attending the RecFest on August 22nd (4-6 PM) on Brittingham Field and the Involvement Fair on August 29th (11-2 PM) on Trousdale Parkway. During these two Welcome Week events, we will have sign-ups open to beginners and experienced archers alike, so come check us out! We will have our Trojan Archery shirts on, so you can’t miss us. Continue reading “Back to School 2019”
Happy New Year from everyone here at Trojan Archery! We hope you had a wonderful holiday season. Our New Year’s Resolution? More archery, of course! Most of us have had archery on the brain all through the academic break (some of us never stopped practicing!), and now we are preparing to enter the thick of Indoor Competition Season. We’re also preparing for round two of … Continue reading Resolution – MORE ARCHERY!
This past Wednesday Trojan Archery deviated slightly from its longstanding Halloween tradition of pumpkin carving and monster hunting, opting instead for a more nuanced approach of shooting games and a costume contest. Members took aim at ghosts, Cthulhu, a six-legged spider unfortunate enough to find itself on the receiving end of our archers’ arrows for the second year in a row, and the ever-present tic-tac-toe … Continue reading Hello, My Name is Igor