SCAA Shooter of the Year Registration 2018
One form per SOY shooter per year.
Required to have four prorated scores from SCAA/NFAA Sanctioned Target Tournaments & SCAA State 3D
First and Last Name
Month and Year SCAA/NFAA membership expires.
Please select gender.
Please select age or division.
Select age division you will be competing in for NFAA sanctioned events. If Bow Novice or Hunter Unlimited, select Adult.
PeeWee (under 8)
Young Adult (15-17)
Silver Senior (60+)
Master Senior (70+)
Senior Professional (50+)
Please select NFAA Target tournament class style.
(Class for Indoor, Vegas, 900, International, Field and Hunter)
Freestyle Limited Recurve
SCAA recognized only- NASP (all school levels)
SCAA recognized only- Bow Novice (adult only)
SCAA recognized only- Hunter Unlimited (adult only)
Please select SCAA 3D class.
(Class that you will compete in the SCAA State 3D competition and compete in for SOY.)
Elementary School Open
Middle School Open
Middle School NASP
High School NASP
Women's Bowhunter Novice
Men's Bowhunter Novice
High School Girls Open
High School Boys Open
Senior Open (50+)
Super Senior Open (65+)
Known 40 Outlaw
Equipment used must be appropriate for NFAA and SCAA 3D classes. All changes in equipment during the year must follow the class rules.
Verify equipment: Sights
Verify equipment: Magnification
Verify equipment: Stabilizer
<12 inches (short)
>12 inches (long)
Verify equipment: Release
(Regional, SOY and 3D Circuit applies to move up rule for bow novice.)
Review the Shooter of the Year Rules on the website or in the tournament guide.
I read and will adhere to the rules for the Shooter of the Year competition
Comments (List any previous shot State Tournaments that you need scores from for this year.)
Request for class change. Please provide any information needed.
Equipment must transfer for scores to transfer. Only can change classes one time during year.
OPTIONAL Survey Question: For 2019, Would you be willing to pay an additional or increase of fees if it allowed for money paybacks?
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