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NTU Archery team competes at 2015 3D USIAC at Sahara Woods, IL, October 2-4, 2015.

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NTU Archery 3D Team, Shane Tsosie (Men Bowhunter), Kathleen Mariano (Women Bowhunter), Tex Etsitty (Men Bowhunter) & Filiberto Vecenti (Men Recurve)

Individual Results:

  • Filiberto Vicenti #1 with a score of 351. (Men Recurve)
  • Shane Tsosie finished #27, with a score of 330. (Men Bowhunter)
  • Tex Etsitty finished #33, with a score of 317. Men Bowhunter)
  • Kathleen Mariano finished #21, with a score of 276. Women Bowhunter

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Filiberto Vecenti shoots during unmarked, qualifying round. Mr. Vecenti was on mark as he captures 3D USIAC Men's Recurve gold medal with 351 score.

Team Results

  • NTU Bowhunter Mixed Team (Tsosie and Mariano) fell to Liberty University, 2 to 1.
  • NTU Bowhunter Men Team (Tsosie, Etsitty, and Mariano) fell to eventual gold medalist University of Cumberlands, 125 to 156.

NTU Archery competed with 14 other colleges/universities. There was a total of 138 collegiate archers at the competition.

We are proud of the NTU Rodeo Team at Cochise College Rodeo this past weekend in Douglas, AZ. Two of our Rodeo Team members did very well. I would like to also introduce our Rodeo Coach, Nigel Harvey.

Archie Becenti, Bull Rider - 1st place
Benjie Sam, Team Roper - 1st place

 

Grand Canyon Region - Diné College Sept 19 to Sept 20, 2015
Grand Canyon Region - Cochise College Sept 26 to Sept 27, 2015

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