September 26 - 28, 2014
Please visit USA Archery for rules and regulations with the USAT Qualifying Tournament Series
General Information and Registration (no registrations will be accepted after September 12, 2014)
We will be shooting a double AB-CD line with 3 or 4 archers per target.
*Please make note that the USA Archery dress code will be strictly enforced, along with World Archery (FITA) Rules.*
Team Round Registration
Elimination Match play.
FULL TEAM PRE-REGISTERATION
Recurves @ 70m; Set System
Compounds @ 50m; Cumulative System
Max of 16 teams per division. Sr., Jr. & Cadets can combine
to make a team.
Parking Information Prior to September 26
Please follow the link above if you are coming in town before the official practice day because you will have to pay for visitor parking. Make note, parking will be free starting September 26 in the parking (100m) lot at the Recsports Penberthy Sports Complex (parking lot closest to the tournament site).
Host Hotel Information
Ramada Bryan/College Station – 506 Earl Rudder Frwy South College Station, TX 77840 – Phone: (979)846-0300; Fax: (979)846-0600 – ask for the Texas Shootout Archery Tournament Rate ($85.00) – block ends one (1) month prior to event (8/26/14) – cancellations must be made seven (7) days prior to reservation
Qualification Round: ***A fajita lunch will be provided for the archers on Saturday, September 27. A limited amount of additional lunch tickets will be available ($12 each) at the time of check-in on Friday, September 26 and the morning of Saturday, September 27. There will also be a concession stand on site with beverages and snack foods***
Medals will be awarded to the top three (3) in all categories
Elimination Rounds (ORs): (subject to change with prize money)
Senior and Junior categories (will be mixed together): will receive plaques, along with cash prizes for the top three (3) in Juniors and Seniors combined for Recurve Men, Recurve Women, Compound Men, and Compound Women
Contingency Money: Manufacturers may reward sponsored athletes for success at the Texas Shootout