So You Want to be an Archer: Beginner’s Introduction to Gear

Archery is a sport in which both the physicality of the shooter and the physical performance and design of the bows and its parts work in tandem to produce accurate and reproducible shots. To that end, the bow itself contains significantly more pieces than most casual observers can surmise; with each piece serving a particular function in making the shot the most accurate and reproducible. … Continue reading So You Want to be an Archer: Beginner’s Introduction to Gear

It’s the Great Pumpkin, Captain Max!

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!

Meeting the Sun Gods

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

This is Halloween

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

So You Want to be an Archer: Physical Considerations

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

Welcoming Our New Members

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

Beginner’s Luck!

Welcome back archers! We hope your semester had a great start. The first Trojan Archery Beginners Practice was a success! Thanks to the hard work of our instructors, we were able to host nearly 40 beginner archers in one session. If you were not able to attend Wednesday’s practice, then you’re in luck! In response to the overwhelming interest in our club, we are hosting … Continue reading Beginner’s Luck!

Read all about it!

Not only did we reach 300 likes on our Facebook page, but we received a shout out this week from the Pasadena Independent! Check out the article, “Why Archery is the Sport for You,” highlighting the importance of the Pasadena Roving Archers and the benefits of archery.   Thank you Trojan Archery supporters! Thank you Pasadena Independent! And thank you Pasadena Roving Archers!   Continue reading Read all about it!