Trojan Archery Welcomes Its Newest Members of the All-American and All-American Academic Teams

The Trojan Archery team would like to extend its congratulations to four of our archers for their achievement as student athletes. USA Archery honors the top-ranking collegiate archers in the United States and we are proud to announce that Trojan Archery has not one – but FOUR – archers who have been awarded the most prestigious national collegiate titles. Continue reading Trojan Archery Welcomes Its Newest Members of the All-American and All-American Academic Teams

From Indoor to Outdoor: Celebrating Trojan Archery’s National Team Achievements

With The Vegas Shoot 2020 and the last round of the 51st USA Archery Indoor Nationals wrapping up this past weekend, the indoor season is officially done. Now that the results are in from all over the country, our team wishes a hearty CONGRATULATIONS to our Club President Mac Whitaker! Mac is currently ranked 6th in the nation for Collegiate Men’s Barebow—qualifying him to compete … Continue reading From Indoor to Outdoor: Celebrating Trojan Archery’s National Team Achievements

Looking Ahead to the Spring 2020 Semester

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

Maintaining Trojan Archery’s Momentum into Outdoor

West Regionals Outdoor Collegiate Championship

Fueled by our success during indoor season, Trojan Archery ran headfirst into the outdoor season; for many of our archers, this would be their first time shooting past 18 meters. This year, Trojan Archery brought more archers to West Regionals than ever before – supporting a 16 person team full of Olympic Recurve and Barebow archers.

Transitioning to outdoor season is not an easy process. We are so proud of the countless hours that each archer dedicated to making the jump from indoor to outdoor. Between going up in draw weight, breaking arrows for the first time, and shooting farther than ever before, this transition often scares away new archers. But as Trojans, we always Fight On, so it was unsurprising that a record number of Trojan Archery members stepped up to the shooting line and shot for gold.

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