S3DA Names Adcock Arkansas State Coordinator

Scholastic 3D Archery is pleased to announce Amanda Adcock has been named as the Arkansas State Coordinator. Amanda will oversee the development of the state, divide the state into regions and recruit and hire Regional Coordinators to oversee and manage these individual regions. Amanda’s goal is to get more adults trained to be S3DA coaches to build more S3DA teams across the state. Once the regions and teams are established, S3DA participants will not only shoot archery in their local venues but will have the opportunity to compete against other archers in tournaments across the state. As participation increases, Amanda looks to get more youth involved in shooting at the collegiate level through scholarship opportunities. She would like to get some of the local Arkansas colleges to come out to S3DA events and meet some of the S3DA students at their local archery shops.

Amanda Adcock was born and raised in Northeast Arkansas. She currently resides in a city called Bono, Arkansas with her husband, Shannon and their children. Amanda decided to get more involved with S3DA after her son Gillen joined the program. She enjoys traveling and competing in archery with her family. She is a Co-Coach with Brady Curtis of the S3DA team called Crowley’s Ridge Archers.

Amanda states, “I am excited to educate the youth and their families in our area about the sport of archery. This sport may open a world of opportunities that they are not even aware of. I became involved with S3DA because of my son, and I want all the children within our state to learn about this program and what it has to offer. Archery is something that can pass on from generation to generation and you never really outgrow it. I look forward to growing the Arkansas S3DA program!”

To learn more about Arkansas S3DA, visit the Arkansas S3DA Facebook page or reach out to Amanda Adcock for more information.