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S3DA News & Tournament Results

with USCA, S3DA will now be offering students the opportunity to compete in Outdoor Target archery. The S3DA format will be a combination of NFAA/USCA/S3DA and will be a half round of 30 arrows at NFAA distances with a USCA-style “head-to-head” competition for the championship.

“This year is an exciting one for University of the Cumberlands,” said Kris Strebeck, Head Archery Coach at the University of the Cumberlands. “We will be hosting a Collegiate Outdoor Regional in April and then the S3DA Outdoor Nationals in July. This is great opportunity for Scholastic 3-D Archery to continue growing and helping young archers to pursue a different styles of archery. S3DA added an indoor element last year and now is adding an outdoor element this year. All of the styles are the same offered by collegiate archery programs. This will allow students to get a feel for what it’s like at the next level.”

 

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Scholastic 3-D Archery will be partnering with NFAA to help spread the S3DA program into the western United States. S3DA will host a Western U.S. Indoor National Championship in conjunction with both the NFAA Vegas shoot and the Western U.S. 3-D National Tournament. The

tournament site is yet to be determined.

“NFAA and S3DA’s partnership is a step towards advancing archery’s future,” said Bruce Cull, President of NFAA. “The NFAA has always been committed to strong youth divisions, as evidenced by our scholarship program. It is clear to me that S3DA shares the same vision as we do of advancing competitive youth archery. I am proud to partner with S3DA and look forward to working with them to grow our sport.”

 

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Former students in the Scholastic 3-D Archery program participated and placed at the 2016 3-D U.S.

Intercollegiate Archery Championships. The USIAC Championships were held at the Sahara Woods State Wildlife Area in

Carrier Mills, Illinois and hosted by Southeast Illinois Community College.

 

 

 

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