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the State Archery Association of Massachusetts

USA Archery Releases 2017 National Competition Schedule

The U.S. National Indoor Championships events start Feb. 17-19 in New Mexico and Florida, then Feb. 24-26 in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and California. March 3-5 Texas, California and Minnesota host events and we wrap in Virginia, Ohio and Utah, March 10-12.

National Target Championships and JOAD Nationals will take place
August 2-6 in Westfield, Indiana.




The State Archery Association of Massachusetts
is pleased to announce its annual
Scholarship Program.

SAAM is now accepting applications for the 2017
Scholarship award.

What’s new?

SAAM needs your help.

We’re updating the website,

and we want to add photos,
photos from tournaments
- past and present -

Send us your pics,
going back to 2006,

yes, ten years ago!

Just attach in an email to: saam.webmaster@gmail.com


Attention Mass JOAD Club Directors

Come meet the new SAAM JOAD Coordinator, Olivia Morin.

Tantasqua High School Cafeteria
Friday, February 24th, 2017

In case you missed it, previously on this page.

USA Archery Proudly Introduces 2017 USAT

The United States Archery Team, "USAT", consists of the best masters, senior, para, junior and cadet archers in the country, selected based on performance in several national events over a yearlong season.

View the teams here.

USA Archery Shares Updates to Event Rules for 2017

USA Archery is making changes to the 2017 event format. Please read to get an idea of what to expect in 2017.

The State Archery Association of Massachusetts is pleased to announce its annual Scholarship Program.

SAAM is now accepting applications for the 2017 scholarship(s) award.

Details  and applications on the Scholarships page.

Brady Unbeatable With Second World Record in Two Months

Scores 599/600 points to set a new indoor ranking round world-best mark.

NIMES, France – Brady Ellison (Globe, Arizona) scored an incredible 599 out of a possible 600 points in qualification at the Indoor World Cup in Nimes, France today, breaking his 598 record from the opening stage of the series in Morocco in late November.

Read the story on World Archery.

Local archers qualify for 2017 Regional Dream Team!

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – Last year, USA Archery introduced a new program into its athlete development pipeline: The Regional Dream Team (RDT). A prerequisite program for recurve archers who would like to attend Recurve JDT camp as an invitee, the East and West Regional Dream Teams are comprised of dedicated and promising recurve archers from each region of the country. This self-funded program is for archers looking to improve their skills and gain access to the best-quality training in some of the most excellent archery training facilities in the world with a dedicated set of USA Archery certified coaches.

See USA Archery for more information.



How to Represent the U.S.
in 2017 International Events.

 This year, there are many opportunities to represent the U.S. team in international competitions around the globe. Archers can compete for spots on the Master, Senior, Para, Barebow, Junior or Cadet United States Archery Teams (USAT) and many will represent the U.S. at the Archery World Cup and World Championships events.
More at USA Archery.  Click link above.