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May 14, 2018

USA Archery Wraps Regional Championships and Announces All-Region Teams

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado - USA Archery congratulates all archers that participated in the 2018 Regional Outdoor Collegiate Championships across the country. Nearly 400 archers competed in 5 Regional events as the level of collegiate competition continues to rise.

USA Archery would like to thank the hosts of each event who put in a tremendous amount of work to make these events a success

  • East: Pennsylvania College of Technology
  • North: Michigan State University
  • South-East: Emmanuel College
  • South-Central: University of Texas, Austin
  • West: University of California, San Diego

Click here to see event results from the 2018 ROCCs.

USA Archery also honors qualified archers who score well in the collegiate division at both the U.S. National Indoor Championship and Regional Outdoor Collegiate Championships. The top archers in each division are named to USA Archery's Collegiate All-Region Team. Click here to see the 2018 Collegiate Archery Program All-Region Team.

Cody Sahualla of Lamar University was named to the South Central All-Region Team after strong performances all season. Sahualla is the reigning collegiate national champion for men's barebow and says this honor is powerful recognition for his school and his team.

"This really means a lot to me and my community, the local news channel even did a story on it as well," says Sahualla. "I feel like this club has really helped me and others connect as a team through archery and Lamar. It really gives everyone a sense of school spirit and importance."

Next on the collegiate schedule is the National Outdoor Collegiate Championships in Newberry, Florida next weekend.  Collegiate archers will compete for top honors and the very prestigious National Team Championship Award and All-American accolades. Follow USA Archery on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram for more from the events. 

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