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    USIAC!?!

    Anyone know whats going on at USIAC at JMU?? scores pictures anything..



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    Here are results through Saturday. Olympic round is being shot today (Sunday).

    http://www.jmusports.com/Team/Storie...2.asp?TeamID=6

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    Kinda low scores except for women's compound, wonder if it was windy...

    -CG

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    Smile Results from Sunday?

    Any updated results from someone who was there? Cassidy, Josh, Chris, Tyler, anyone?

    Let us know how the individual elimination rounds went. Also - who made the Spain team?

    -peace,
    Hollywood

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    http://www.jmusports.com/Team/Storie...6.asp?TeamID=6


    Once again... Congrats to Texas A&M.


    All-American results are at the bottom. I don't know how they are deciding who goes to Worlds... either top 3 All-Americans or top 3 at USIACs?

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    The team to spain was determined based on the top 3 off the FITA round. This allowed for shooters who are eligable to make that team but yet ineligable to compete for the collegiate title to have a chance to make the team.

    Texas A&M won the national championship for the 9th year in a row and has taken all 7 team titles for the past 3 years in a row. No other team had taken all the ream titles in the same year until A&M did it and they haven't given a single one up since. 9 straight national titles ties the record streak of ASU. I believe it is a record brakeing 10th year in a row for taking the mens recurve team title.

    USIAC's was done as a tribute to the memory of Adam Wheacroft and it was done beautifully. All tournaments have their issues and I know I can name some from this one, but the way that JMU paid tribute to Adam was spectacular. A person could only hope to have that kind of impact on the people around them.

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    The scores were pretty low... Cassidy and I really didnt feel like we shot that well. It was windy, but not near as windy as what we are used to in Texas. It was kind of hard to get into a rythym I felt because it took so long in between wnds when everybody was looking for arrows.

    The elimination round went by yesterday and unfortunately there was about an hour and a half weather delay between the semi-finals and medal matches.

    All in all it was a great tournament. I was very happy to see that Adam's parents made the trip down and presented the awards for the male compound division.

    Congrats to Ryan Romberger for taking me out in the gold medal match.

    It was a fun tournament, and I'm looking forward to goin to Madrid.

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    In the results it shows a listing for the all-american team.......is that the team going to Spain then?

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    No - it sounds like the team going to Spain will be the top three finishers in each division from the FITA results (not the overall results).

    The All-Americans are the top ten in each division, except for the female compound division - in that division it is the top eight.

    -peace,
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    Congratulations and Good Shooting Josh and Anthony.

    I think USIAC is one of the harder FITAs to shoot. Like AggieX10 said, there was wind, but it wasn't the worst wind most of us had faced. There was a lot of time between ends when the beginning shooters had to look for their arrows. There were also quite a few pass throughs that slowed up the shooting.

    Good Luck in Madrid and maybe we'll see you in Vegas or Louisville. Good Luck and Safe Shootin'.
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    anyone know where complete results are available if any? including or and ranking?

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    Complete results are available from the link provided by archery-gal.

    Here's a few pictures from the shoot. Good Luck and Safe Shootin'.
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    Mr. Glass showing off at 70m.
    Patrick Reinhardt
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    The real life Carl Spackler.
    Never take life seriously. Nobody gets out alive anyway.

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    The women recurve gold match. Corinne Yohann on the left, girl on the right was gold medal winner but don't know her name.
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    And AggieX10 upstaging Glassy.
    Patrick Reinhardt
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    Great pics Patrick!!

    PM me your AIM screenname...

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    here's for those Aggie fans out there:

    http://www.geocities.com/utahtxag/usiac.htm

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    Here's Cassidy Miller in the team round (just so he doesn't feel left out).
    Patrick Reinhardt
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    Last Chance Archery - Makers of the EZ Press and Power Press - The Original and Patented
    The real life Carl Spackler.
    Never take life seriously. Nobody gets out alive anyway.

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