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March 28, 2012

USAA Announces Position Changes

Chula Vista, CA - USA Archery has announced changes within its high performance team, designed to enhance service levels to national team members while meeting the coaching needs of athletes on national teams as well as in elite programs.

Guy Krueger, formerly the Resident Athlete Program Manager, is now USA Archery's Assistant Head Coach, and will work hand in hand with National Head Coach KiSik Lee to drive the content of USA Archery's coach training programs and the Junior Dream Team as well as coaching elite level athletes on traveling teams and in the Resident Athlete program. Krueger will also oversee JOAD Camps program.

Robby Beyer has transitioned into a National Teams Manager role, in which he will oversee the logistics of travel, outfitting and other services for National Teams members, including all of the U.S. Archery Team and traveling teams.

"This is a real improvement in the services we offer to our coaches and athletes," explained National Head Coach KiSik Lee. "By changing these roles, we can offer improved coaching to athletes and our coaches, and also offer better service to the members of our national teams." 

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