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Spring Texas

Coach Scott 

I'm the Head Coach of  Texas Archery.  I'm a USA archery Level 3-NTS coach and USA Archery Judge.  I coach because I love archery and loving being apart of the community.   Archery gives me the opportunity to be involved in a great organization, meet people in my community, and work with archers all over Texas.​

Coach Joe

I'm the Head Coach of Texas Archery JOAD. I am a USA Archery Level 2 Instructor. I have been with Texas Archery JOAD Team since 2017 and primarily manage our weekly JOAD group practices. I have so much passion for archery as this is our family sport. I truly enjoy working with our JOAD archers at all skill levels and love watching them progress in the sport. Helping our archers achieve their goals while having fun in every practice is my No. 1 priority. 


Coach Sabrina 

As a Level II Instructor with USA Archery, I enjoy teaching the basics of archery to beginners of all ages in a safe and fun atmosphere. I have been competing for the past 8 years, and I am a National Indoor and Outdoor Champion, Member of the 2023 Women's Barebow USA Team. My archery journey started with my son in 2013, and progressed to everyone in my family, and I am a proud Aggie Mom.


Coach Koko 

I am an experienced archery coach with over 10 years of coaching expertise. I have honed my skills in guiding and training individuals in the art of archery. My passion for the sport drives me to provide comprehensive coaching, focusing on technique, form, and mental discipline. I have traveled to various parts of the world to honed my skills as an archer and a coach. I currently have multiple students with state  and national championship titles. 


Coach Ryan 

I'm a level 2 USA archery coach. I'm a national champion and hold multiple state championship titles, as well as shooter of the year. I was a member of USA Team that competed at the 2022 World Field Championship. I'm currently studying at Texas A&M where I shoot on the archery team. I have been coaching multiple levels and ages for two years.

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