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May 08, 2019

USA Archery Awards 2019 Collegiate Regional Coaches of the Year

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – USA Archery congratulates the 2019 USA Archery Collegiate Archery Program Regional Coaches of the Year. These coaches demonstrated exceptional contributions to their archers and the Collegiate Archery Program as a whole.

The 2019 Collegiate Archery Program Regional Coach of the Year honors are awarded as follows:

  • East Region: Andy Puckett, James Madison University
  • North Region: Josahan Jaime-Sambrano, Mount Marty College
  • West Region: Bryan Lund, California State University, Long Beach
  • South Region: Cody Kirby, Union College

USA Archery CEO Rod Menzer commented: “USA Archery is honored to recognize the efforts of the collegiate Regional Coaches of the Year. We congratulate them on earning this accolade. This has been a year of great transition and we are grateful for the efforts of our hardworking and dedicated coaches who make this program possible. The Regional Coaches of the Year go above and beyond in helping their archers achieve success on the target and in the classroom.”

Collegiate Archery Programs submitted nominations for candidates to USA Archery, and each group had the opportunity to vote for one Regional Coach of the Year for their respective region. In cases where one nomination is received for a region, no vote is held.

In addition to regional recognition, each of these four coaches is now in the running for the USA Archery Collegiate Archery Program National Coach of the Year award. USA Archery will send instructions on how to vote for the National Coach of the Year directly to each Collegiate Archery Program.

Votes are due to USA Archery by May 14th, and the Collegiate Archery Program National Coach of the Year will be announced at the U.S. National Outdoor Collegiate Championships (NOCC), May 16-19th in Dublin, OH.

Please contact collegearchery@usarchery.org for more information.

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