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2011-12 Team Results from Collegiate Indoor Nationals and SD State Indoor Nationals

Collegiate Indoor Nationals Results
Evan Scudner 3rd Male Compound
Jarod Myer 5th Male Compound
Paul Foss 8th Male Bowhunter
Jade Steinberg 12th Female Bowhunter
Jamie Van Lent 30th Female Compound
Kayce Olson 40th Female Recurve
Jordan Lenards 80th Male Recurve
Megan Arens 90th Female Recurve
Raelynn Coldwell 97th Female Recurve
Alexis Campbel 109th Female Recurve
   
South Dakota State Indoor Nationals Results
Jamie Van Lent 1st Female Freestyle
Jarod Myer 1st Male Freestyle
Paul Foss 2nd Male Bowhunter Freestyle
Megan Arens 2nd Female Olympic Recurve
Jordan Lenards 3rd Male Olympic Recurve
Jade Steinberg 6th Female Bowhunter Freestyle
Logan Kortan 4th in 3rd Flight Male Bowhunter Freestyle

2010-11 Team Places Tenth in U.S. Intercollegiate Archery Championships

In less than ten months, the Mount Marty College Club Archery Team has made its mark on the collegiate competition scene with a tenth place finish at the U.S. Intercollegiate Archery Championships held at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia May 19-22.

Jade Steinberg, Yankton, S.D. finished as the silver medalist in the Womens Bowhunter division. Mount Martys Mixed Team of Albert Whitehat, Yankton, S.D., and Jamie Van Lent, Hope Mills, N.C., finished second to Texas AMs team in the Recurve (Olympic) division.

After several elimination rounds of shooting, Jarod Myer, Yankton, S.D., Albert Whitehat, and Jamie Van Lent just missed being in the top eight semi-final round by one point each.

In addition, Mount Marty College archers received three out of the six Best New Archer Awards. Albert Whitehat received the mens first place award and Jamie Van Lent received the womens first place award, while Kayce Olson, Ellendale, N.D., received second place for women.

Coach M.J. Rogers said that the team as a whole had spent many individual hours practicing and he was very proud of their success. They were certainly nervous going into a competition with over 250 competitors and teams like Texas AM whose program has been operating for 30 years. They held their own and kept their wits about them, he said.

According to Rogers, the Mount Marty team caught the attention of other coaches and competitors alike.

The U.S. Collegiate Archery (USCA) competition featured individual and team competition in recurve, compound, and bowhunter divisions. Some of the teams from across the United States included Columbia University, Texas AM, UCLA, UC Berkeley, Stanford, and Wayne State College from Nebraska.