S u n D e v i l A r c h e r y
Arizona State University (ASU) has has a strong tradition in the sport of Archery... and we are looking for the next generation! Archery ceased to be a varsity sport at ASU in the early 1990’s due to ASU Athletic Department decisions. Until that point, the program had won more national titles (men's archery 15 times, women's archery 21 times, and mixed archery 20 times) than any other athletic group at ASU while additionally boasting numerous World and Olympic team members and medalists.
Sun Devil Archery is bringing that winning tradition back to the Valley. As such, a few dedicated archers have joined together to form a campus club to promote the sport and its competition.
Compounds and Recurves (Olympic style)
Men and Women
2013 SDA Practice To Resume
Sun Devil Archery practice will resume at the Papago FITA range on August 23, 2013.
Practice times will be Fridays from 4-6pm for those who have their own equipment. Right now, we are shooting outdoors at the Papago FITA range (map available via this website).
For those who are interested or are new to the sport, in September, we will begin hosting classes from 4:30-5:50 on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month. Class size will be limited to 8 people (because of limitations on the equipment we have), and the cost will be $3 per class/per person. More information will come for sign-ups as we get closer to September and people settle in to the semester.
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