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Four Blue Raiders named USA Archery All-American

By Christopher Coombs

Four Lindsey Wilson Archery student-athletes were named to the USA Archery All-American team, USA Archery Officials announced.

Due to the shortened season, the honors were calculated exclusively on results from the USA Archery Indoor Nationals. The All-American Team designates the top archers in the collegiate program each year. The team is composed of the top 25 percent of archers in each division and class that participated.

Courtney Blevins and Taylor Bell each earned the distinction in the Barebow discipline as Ethan Johnson and Austin Taylor picked up the honor in Compound. The award is the second of Bell's career.



Cumberlands (Ky.) led the Mid-South Conference with 10 honorees on the list while Union (Ky.) notched the second-most with seven.


This story was posted on 2020-04-30 11:47:46
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