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2019 Field Championship

Event Date: June 29-30, 2019

Event Location: This year the shoot will be at Ashland Bowman, 1930 County Rd. 1035, Ashlan ... read more

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Latest OAA News

  • Results for the OAA Flint Round are up. This is our last indoor shoot for 2019. Time to outside! We had a total of 237 registered participants for our final indoor event of 2019. We appreciate the great support. 2019's Shooter of the Year points have started and our posted.
  • The next tournament for 2019 is our first outdoor event, the Marked 3D Trail Shoot. The Marked 3D is exactly the same as the Redding Shoot put on by the NFAA. A great time outdoors at Ashland Bowmen. It is Sunday, May 26th (Memorial Day Weekend). This is just about the only shoot going on that weekend so we are expecting a great turnout so register as soon as possible. Space is somewhat limited. You can read all about it here. If you have any questions about this shoot use our contact form and we help you out.
  • Photo galleries are up from the Indoor 300 Championship. Lots of photos of everybody having a great time at Ashland High School.

Latest NFAA News

  • 10 Top Tips for Shooting Pro Scores Indoors
    Article by Chris Wells. The indoor archery season is upon us. Archers around the globe are preparing to shoot 18 metres. The outdoor archery season is done and – in the northern hemisphere, at least – the days are getting colder, the nights longer and archery's moving indoors. For the next few months, the longer distances will be forgotten and most archery takes place over 18 metres, the standard for the World Archery indoor discipline. (Although there are variations, of course.) Here's 10 top tips on getting prepared for this indoor season…
  • Arrow Culling
    Article by Rod White, NFAA Bowhunting and Event Coordinator. This may seem like a target archery specific type of blog post…but not at all! In fact, from an ethics perspective, it…

2019 Bow Drawing
PSE Supra Focus Bow Giveaway

Each time an Ohio Archers member registers for an OAA event, your name is entered into the drawing for the Bow Giveaway at the end of the year. Enter all four events & get an extra entry. The drawing will be held at the 900 Round in August.

Example:

  • Every Registration for a shoot equals 1 entry
  • Register for all 4 events and you get an extra free entry which gives you a total of 5 entries

Ohio Archers rules to be eligible for Bow Giveaway: Must be an Ohio Archers member in good standing for entire year. The four shoots that give you an entry into the Bow Giveaway are Indoor 300, Marked 3D, Field Championship & 900 Round. The Flint Round Mail-in is not a valid entry. Winner does not need to be present.

Become an OAA Affiliated Club or an OAA Sponsor

Have you ever considered having your club/shop become affilated with OAA. There is lots of benefits to it. Take a second and click this link to read what it takes to become an affiliated club and the benefits for you shop or club.

Have you ever considered sponsoring an OAA tournament? There are several ways you can sponsor one of our four statewide events. This link has all the information on individual event and archery season sponsorships. With our tournament attendance growing by over 32% every year, this is a great way to reach serious archers and to help an organization that has been promoting archery in Ohio since 1889.

Become an OAA Member

Visit our Membership section for ONLINE Membership Registration Information!

This includes new memberships as well as membership renewals can now register and pay their dues online!

2018 Shoot of the Year Winners
  • Autumne VandygriffAFBHFS
  • Beverly StambulAFFS
  • Eli HerrickAMBB
  • Dan Murphy AMBHFS
  • Philip CharetteAMFS
  • Rylee McBrideCFFS
  • Zachary OhlinCMBHFS
  • James YahnMSMFS
  • Randy MoroccoPMFS
  • Keith MeadowsSMBHFS
  • Ken AlexanderSMFS
  • Jeff ApelSSMFS
  • Emily IsgroYAFBHFS
  • Jacob LantermanYAMBHFS
  • Garrett WarnockYAMFS
  • Baylee DeerYFBHFS
  • Ena WalterYFFS
  • Collin DanielsYMBHFS
  • Glenn RaffertyYMFS
2018 Super Slam Awards
  • Chelsea ObrebskiAFFSLR
  • Ena WalterYFFS
OAA Iron Archer Award

2018 Iron Archer Awards

We would like to first acknowledge all the archers who shot all seven events this year:

Ken Alexander (SMFS); Dustin Bounce (PMFS); Lori Burnett (AFFS); Philip Charette (AMFS); Kaleb Cook (YMBHFS); Bridgett Crawford (AFBHFS); Collin Daniels (YMBHFS); Frank Faulhaber (SSMBB); Maddy Grimm (AFFS); Mike Hawkinberry (SMBHFS); Joseph Hershberger (AMFS); Eliza Isgro (CFBHFS); Emily Isgro (YAFBHFS); Joseph Joseph (YMBHFS); Steve Kiko (AMFS); Jacob Lanterman (YAMBHFS); Keith Meadows (SMBHFS); Randy Miller (AMBHFS); Kevin Mowers (AMFS); Dan Murphy (AMBHFS); Mikayla Nutt (YFFS); Chelsea Obrebski (AFFSLR); Glenn Rafferty (YMFS); Kyle Roush (AMBHFS); Breanna Rutkowski (AFFS); John Siebert (SSMFS); Joshua Simms (AMFS); Zachary Skeens (YMBHFS); Denis Smith (SMBHFS); William Stevenson (AMFS); Dan Stewart (AMFS); Kody Tanner (YAMFS); Travis Tracey (AMFS); Autumne Vandygriff (AFBHFS); Ena Walter (YFFS); Jace Walters (CMFS); Garrett Warnock (YAMFS); Aaron Welch (YMFS);

Congratulation and we thank you for your support. The winners of the Iron Archer Award are:

  • Keith MeadowsSMBHFS
  • Mikayla NuttYFFS
  • Breanna RutkowskiAFFS
  • Zachary SkeensYMBHFS
  • Jace WaltersCMFS
  • Garrett WarnockYAMFS

The winners will have their NFAA membership paided by the OAA for 2019.

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