NEW YORK - The 2017 Columbia Archery season is just days away. With the return of three All-Americans from a national runner-up recurve team and another runner-up from a national thrid-place compound squad, the Lions are looking to make another run for a national title.

With the opening of the Columbia Archery Training Center in the fall of 2016, the Lions are excited about the hightened level of preparatory possibilites they've gained for the upcoming year. Click the play button above to view and join the excitement of Columbia Archery this season.

On Saturday, Feb. 4, Columbia will begin the indoor season competing locally in the Eastern Seabord FITA. The contests will be held just a few miles away in Mays Landing, New Jersey at Atlantic Cape Community College.

"This tournament has always been our first tournament and it’s done for a reason. It’s a good way to ease into the season. I am sure there is going to be good competition there but it’s one that I think they won’t have as much jitters and nerves going into that one as they would if it was some other tournaments that we do. Our season is designed to build. " - Derek Davis, Head Coach of Archery

Up next, the Lions will travel to Storrs, Connecticut for the Valentine Shoot on Saturday, Feb. 11.

2015 Season Look Back

 

Featured Article: Columbia Archery Podium Strong At National Outdoor Collegiate Championships

Featured Article: Archery Wins East Regional Gold In Compound & Recurve

 

16-17 Season Highlights

• (9/20) Welcome To The Columbia Archery Training Center: A Letter From Columbia Archery

• (10/3) First-Year Sophia Strachan Becomes Jr. WORLD CHAMPION In Field Archery

• (1/23) Derek Davis Receives 2nd USA Archery Coach Of the Year Award