State Champions and State Records Index

NOTE: Special thanks to Rick Stonebraker for inspecting all TSAA Tournament records and identifying and updating the record-breakers. . Please note that the tournament director is responsible for flagging possible records before sending in the results, to add accuracy and ease to Rick's job.

Ron Carmichael served as the record manager for a few years for the N.A.A. and wrote a summary explanation of the manner in which World Archery, the USA Archery, and Texas State Archery observe outstanding performance in archery: records. 

All records revised as tournament results are verified.  If you see an error, please notify Rick Stonebraker - you may need to fax him or scan/email your scorecard.
Format Example: Use this to create your tournament summary for reporting to webmaster.
Archer Of The Year    TOTS 2015 (as of end of season /2015)  
Youth Archer Of The Year (Divisions discontinued in 2002)  
Indoor Records Archived Indoor Records  
Indoor Champions   (2016) Archived Indoor Champion records  

Field Champions 

Archived Field Champion Records  

Field Records 

 Archived Field Records  
Target Champions  Archived Target Champion Records  
Target Records Archived Target Records  
JOAD Target Champions    
JOAD Target Records    
Indoor JOAD Champions Archived JOAD Indoor Champion Records  
Indoor JOAD Records  Archived JOAD Records  

Tournament Stats Graphed

Texans Abroad  
Olympic Medallists  -  Modern Era   alt version  

State Tournaments held (when & where) and their attendance - through 2004

T.S.A.A. Members in Olympics / Festivals

TSAA Archer of the Year

  • The Texas State Archery Association (TSAA) Archer Of The Year (AOTY)

    The TSAA AOTY is determined by results from the three state championships;
  • indoor,
  • field, and
  • outdoor.

Anyone in the TSAA can compete for this prize as long as they shoot the adult distances. The four divisions are: compound ladies, compound
men, recurve ladies and recurve gentlemen.

The winner of each event gets 25 ranking points. Each point below the winner
gets 1/10 of a point deduction from 25. For example: if John shoots 1000 and
Smiddy shoots 995, then John gets 25 ranking points and Smiddy gets 24.5
ranking points. You only need to rank at two of the three state
championships. You may compete in all three if you wish but your lowest
ranking gets thrown out.

NAA Awards State Field Records - NFAA Field Rounds 83-90