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Erika Anschutz

Compound Athlete Representative To the Board of Directors

USA Archery

HQ Phone:  (719) 866-3451

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USA Archery

4065 Sinton Road, Suite 110

Colorado Springs, Colorado,80907

United States

Company Description

Headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA Archery is the organization recognized by the U.S. Olympic Committee for the purpose of selecting and training teams to represent the U.S. in Olympic Games, Paralympic Games and other international events. With mem...more

Background Information

Employment History

Alpen Outdoor Corporation


Affiliations

Collegiate

Member


U.S. World Outdoor Archery Team

Member


National Field Archery Association

Member of the Pro Division


NAA

Member of the Junior U.S. Archery Team


National Archery Association

Top-Ranked Member of the Junior U.S. Archery Team


Senior

Member


U.S. Squad

Member of the Archery Team


Education

Bachelors degree


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Erika Anschutz - Director


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Erika Anschutz of the University of Nebraska won gold and
bronze medals as a member of the U.S. Archery Team that competed in the Archery World Cup - Stage 2 competition held in Antalya, Turkey during June 7-11. he Archery World Cup features the best international archers competing at four qualifying stages to earn valuable World Cup points in hopes of becoming one of the 32 athletes that will compete in the World Cup Final to be held this year in Edinburgh, Great Britain on September 18-19. The first stage of the 2010 Archery World Cup was held May 4-8 in Porec, Croatia where Erika placed fourth in the individual competition and won a silver medal in the women's compound bow team event. he U.S. will host the pivotal third leg of the World Cup competition in Ogden, Utah during August 3-7. Anschutz had a bye for her 1/32 elimination, and shot steadily through her 1/6, 1/8 and quarterfinal matches to meet Lantee of Finland in the semi-finals. Anschutz will be a member of the U.S. Archery Team that competes in the remaining two stages of the 2010 Archery World Cup to be held in Ogden, Utah (August 3-7) and Shanghai, China (August 31 - September 4).Based on her performance in the first two stages of the World Cup competition, she is currently ranked third in her division and must finish the two remaining World Cup stages ranked among the top eight positions to be eligible to compete in the World Cup Final that is scheduled for Edinburgh, Great Britain on September 18-19. Anschutz is number three ranked compound bow female target archer in the world behind Great Britain's Nicky Hunt (#2) and Russia's Albina Loginova (#1).


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Erika Anschutz - Director


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Erika Anschutz
Erika Anschutz of Hamilton, Ohio won the gold medal in the womens compound bow division of competition at the 2011 Archery World Cup Finals held in Istanbul, Turkey during September 24-25. She was also awarded the prestigious Longines Prize for Precision for shooting the highest number of tens of any competitor throughout the course of this years World Cup tour series. Winning the Finals in Turkey was the crowning achievement of Erikas second year of World Cup competition during which time she won a total of five medals in individual and team events including three gold and two silver medals. She was the individual bronze medalist in the 2010 Archery World Cup Finals held in Edinburgh, Great Britain. As a result of Erikas past outstanding performances in international competition, she has continued to be recognized by World Archery as the top ranked female compound bow target archer in the world since early this year. Due to her recent accomplishments, World Archery named Erika the Athlete of the Week. The first stage of the 2011 Archery World Cup series was held May 2-7 in Porec, Croatia where Erika was the gold medalist in the individual competition. During the second stage in Antalya, Turkey held June 6-11, she suffered an upset loss in the 1/16 individual elimination round match and did not advance for further competition at that event. The third stage was hosted by the United States in Ogden, Utah during August 1-6 where Erika won a silver medal in the individual competition and a gold medal in the team event. Erika then traveled to Shanghai, China for the fourth stage that was held September 5-10 where she repeated as the individual silver medalist. Based on Erikas outstanding performance in the four qualifying stages of the 2011 Archery World Cup series, she was ranked first in her division of competition going into the Finals event. Going into the Finals event in Turkey, Erika trailed behind Italys Laura Longo by the narrow margin of only one ten (276-275). In the quarterfinal round match, Erika was paired with the eighth seeded Gizem Kocaman of Turkey. This was the second time the two archers had shot a match against one another. Their first bout together occurred earlier this year in the 1/24 round of the World Cup Stage 2 event held in Antalya, Turkey where Erika easily won that contest (145-133). However, during this second meeting between the two archers, the very partisan crowd of Turkish spectators provided even more raucous support in favor of Kocaman who in turn converted that energy to outscore Erika by one point through the first two ends of the match. Undaunted by her Turkish opponents improved performance, Erika continued to shoot well in the third end while Kocaman was unable to maintain the pace and fell behind by two points in the contest. In each of the remaining two ends of the match, Erika repeatedly extended her lead until ultimately prevailing 143-135 to advance to the semifinals. The first such occurrence was earlier this year at the World Outdoor Target Archery Championships in Torino, Italy where Erika defeated her Italian opponent (147-142) in a quarterfinal round match before advancing to eventually win the individual bronze medal. Thus, Erika was in a position to avenge the earlier loss to the Italian by defeating her in this semifinal round match at the Finals in Istanbul. Despite windy conditions, Erika was able to fight back in the next two ends by shooting six consecutive tens to take a three-point lead over her opponent with six arrows remaining to be shot in the contest. During the fourth end, Erika bested Tonioli by another three points to establish a commanding lead of six points with three arrows remaining to be shot in the match. In the final end, Tonioli shot perfectly scoring three tens in a valiant come-back effort, but it was too little too late to make a difference in the final outcome (143-139) that allowed Erika to advance to final round of the Finals competition. For the gold medal match, Erika came to the shooting line against fellow U.S. Archery Team member and friend Christie Colin, the latter of whom was seeded sixth in the Finals and ranked tenth in the world. The second volley of arrows in the match resulted in Erika scoring a nine as Colin apparently fell victim to the unfavorable weather conditions with an errant shot to the six-ring of her target. Erika then managed to shoot another ten for her last shot of the first end while Colin could only muster a nine, thus giving Erika an early four-point advantage in the duel. Erika then managed to shoot another ten for her last shot of the first end while Colin could only muster a nine, thus giving Erika an early four-point advantage in the duel. In the third end, Erika was able to gain another point on Colin to extend her lead by five points. With a six-point lead and three arrows remaining to be shot in the match, Erika proceeded to score two more tens before succumbing to the ill-effects of the wind on her final shot that landed in the seven-ring. Meanwhile, Erika won her quarterfinal match and eventually the gold medal match too. As a result, Erika was able to ultimately claim the Prize by scoring more tens during the course of the World Cup series than her closest competitor, Longo (304-282). For more information about how Erika and the other U.S. Archery Team members performed at the Archery World Cup Finals, go to the USA Archery website at http://www.usarchery.org/. Additional information about the results of the Finals event can be accessed at http://www.archery.org/. Further information about Erika and all of her other archery accomplishments can be found on her website at http://www.erikaanschutz.homestead.com/. Erika Anschutz of Hamilton, Ohio began shooting a bow at the age of six, and was competing in archery tournaments by the time she was seven years-old in 1996. Since that time, she has compiled an amazing record while winning numerous state and regional championships, along with a total of 41 national championships in indoor, outdoor, and 3-D competition. Beginning in 2002, Erika has been a member of two Collegiate, four Senior, and five Junior U.S. World Archery Teams that have successfully competed in World Target Archery Championships. She has had the privilege of traveling to, and competing in, such countries as the Czech Republic, France, England, Denmark, Spain, Mexico, Germany, Taiwan, Poland, Serbia, and South Korea. While competing internationally, Erika has distinguished herself as being among the worlds best archers by winning a total of 17 world titles in individual and team events, including six gold medals, four silver medals, and seven bronze medals. In addition to her stellar list of archery championship titles, she has also established an impressive total of 161 national record scores, including 21 world records in indoor and outdoor competition. Learn about Erika's archery equipment. Included among Erikas notable archery accomplishments is the distinction of being recognized as one of the top-ranked members of the National Archery Associations Junior and Senior U.S. Archery Teams for nine consecutive years, and also one of the top-ranked members of the U.S. Collegiate All-American and All-Academic Archery Teams during the past three years. Since 2005, when she was 16-years-old, Erika has been a Pro Staff shooter for both Hoyt and Easton, and a member of the National Field Archery Associations (NFAA) Pro Division. She has been one of the top-ranked professional female archers in the nation since that time and won the NFAA Pro Female Shooter of the Year Award for 2009. Early in 2009, Erika was elected by a group of her peers from across the nation to serve on the USA Archery Athletes Advisory Council which, in turn, elected her to serve as the Compound Athlete Representative to the USA Archery Board of Directors. In May 2009, she received a $500 academic scholarship from the U.S. Collegiate Archery Program via a grant by the Easton Sports Development Foundation (ESDF). One month later, Erika was further honored as the recipient of a $5,000 academic scholarship funded by the NFAA Foundation and ESDF. In addition to archery, Erika enjoys working out, listening to music, playing card games such as Texas Hold Em, and spending time with her family and friends. She also loves watching and keeping up with everything related to college football (especially the Nebraska Huskers) and such reality television shows as "American Idol" and "The Bachelor / Bachelorette. Erika will be a senior during the 2009 / 2010 school year at the University of Nebraska where she is majoring in Psychology. After earning her Bachelors degree, Erika plans to attend graduate school and study toward a Masters degree. Erikas sponsors include: Alpen Outdoor Products, BCY Inc., Carter Enterprises, Easton, Field Logic, Hoyt, Leven Industries, Nealys Custom Bowstrings, Inc., Premier Archery (Lincoln, NE) Sims Vibration Laboratory, Inc., Specialty Archery L.L.C., Spot-Hogg, and Sure-Loc Archery Products. For more information about Erika, please visit her web site.


www.bcyfibers.com [cached]

Erika Anschutz
Erika Anschutz of Hamilton, Ohio won the gold medal in the women's compound bow division of competition at the 2011 Archery World Cup Finals held in Istanbul, Turkey during September 24-25. She was also awarded the prestigious Longines Prize for Precision for shooting the highest number of tens of any competitor throughout the course of this year's World Cup tour series. Winning the Finals in Turkey was the crowning achievement of Erika's second year of World Cup competition during which time she won a total of five medals in individual and team events including three gold and two silver medals. She was the individual bronze medalist in the 2010 Archery World Cup Finals held in Edinburgh, Great Britain. As a result of Erika's past outstanding performances in international competition, she has continued to be recognized by World Archery as the top ranked female compound bow target archer in the world since early this year. Due to her recent accomplishments, World Archery named Erika the "Athlete of the Week." The first stage of the 2011 Archery World Cup series was held May 2-7 in Porec, Croatia where Erika was the gold medalist in the individual competition. During the second stage in Antalya, Turkey held June 6-11, she suffered an upset loss in the 1/16 individual elimination round match and did not advance for further competition at that event. The third stage was hosted by the United States in Ogden, Utah during August 1-6 where Erika won a silver medal in the individual competition and a gold medal in the team event. Erika then traveled to Shanghai, China for the fourth stage that was held September 5-10 where she repeated as the individual silver medalist. Based on Erika's outstanding performance in the four qualifying stages of the 2011 Archery World Cup series, she was ranked first in her division of competition going into the Finals event. Going into the Finals event in Turkey, Erika trailed behind Italy's Laura Longo by the narrow margin of only one ten (276-275). In the quarterfinal round match, Erika was paired with the eighth seeded Gizem Kocaman of Turkey. This was the second time the two archers had shot a match against one another. Their first bout together occurred earlier this year in the 1/24 round of the World Cup - Stage 2 event held in Antalya, Turkey where Erika easily won that contest (145-133). However, during this second meeting between the two archers, the very partisan crowd of Turkish spectators provided even more raucous support in favor of Kocaman who in turn converted that energy to outscore Erika by one point through the first two ends of the match. Undaunted by her Turkish opponent's improved performance, Erika continued to shoot well in the third end while Kocaman was unable to maintain the pace and fell behind by two points in the contest. In each of the remaining two ends of the match, Erika repeatedly extended her lead until ultimately prevailing 143-135 to advance to the semifinals. The first such occurrence was earlier this year at the World Outdoor Target Archery Championships in Torino, Italy where Erika defeated her Italian opponent (147-142) in a quarterfinal round match before advancing to eventually win the individual bronze medal. Thus, Erika was in a position to avenge the earlier loss to the Italian by defeating her in this semifinal round match at the Finals in Istanbul. Despite windy conditions, Erika was able to fight back in the next two ends by shooting six consecutive tens to take a three-point lead over her opponent with six arrows remaining to be shot in the contest. During the fourth end, Erika bested Tonioli by another three points to establish a commanding lead of six points with three arrows remaining to be shot in the match. In the final end, Tonioli shot perfectly scoring three tens in a valiant come-back effort, but it was too little too late to make a difference in the final outcome (143-139) that allowed Erika to advance to final round of the Finals competition. For the gold medal match, Erika came to the shooting line against fellow U.S. Archery Team member and friend Christie Colin, the latter of whom was seeded sixth in the Finals and ranked tenth in the world. The second volley of arrows in the match resulted in Erika scoring a nine as Colin apparently fell victim to the unfavorable weather conditions with an errant shot to the six-ring of her target. Erika then managed to shoot another ten for her last shot of the first end while Colin could only muster a nine, thus giving Erika an early four-point advantage in the duel. Erika then managed to shoot another ten for her last shot of the first end while Colin could only muster a nine, thus giving Erika an early four-point advantage in the duel. In the third end, Erika was able to gain another point on Colin to extend her lead by five points. With a six-point lead and three arrows remaining to be shot in the match, Erika proceeded to score two more tens before succumbing to the ill-effects of the wind on her final shot that landed in the seven-ring. Meanwhile, Erika won her quarterfinal match and eventually the gold medal match too. As a result, Erika was able to ultimately claim the Prize by scoring more tens during the course of the World Cup series than her closest competitor, Longo (304-282). For more information about how Erika and the other U.S. Archery Team members performed at the Archery World Cup Finals, go to the USA Archery website at http://www.usarchery.org/. Additional information about the results of the Finals event can be accessed at http://www.archery.org/. Further information about Erika and all of her other archery accomplishments can be found on her website at http://www.erikaanschutz.homestead.com/. Erika Anschutz of Hamilton, Ohio began shooting a bow at the age of six, and was competing in archery tournaments by the time she was seven years-old in 1996. Since that time, she has compiled an amazing record while winning numerous state and regional championships, along with a total of 41 national championships in indoor, outdoor, and 3-D competition. Beginning in 2002, Erika has been a member of two Collegiate, four Senior, and five Junior U.S. World Archery Teams that have successfully competed in World Target Archery Championships. She has had the privilege of traveling to, and competing in, such countries as the Czech Republic, France, England, Denmark, Spain, Mexico, Germany, Taiwan, Poland, Serbia, and South Korea. While competing internationally, Erika has distinguished herself as being among the world's best archers by winning a total of 17 world titles in individual and team events, including six gold medals, four silver medals, and seven bronze medals. In addition to her stellar list of archery championship titles, she has also established an impressive total of 161 national record scores, including 21 world records in indoor and outdoor competition. Learn about Erika's archery equipment. Included among Erika's notable archery accomplishments is the distinction of being recognized as one of the top-ranked members of the National Archery Association's Junior and Senior U.S. Archery Teams for nine consecutive years, and also one of the top-ranked members of the U.S. Collegiate All-American and All-Academic Archery Teams during the past three years. Since 2005, when she was 16-years-old, Erika has been a Pro Staff shooter for both Hoyt and Easton, and a member of the National Field Archery Association's (NFAA) Pro Division. She has been one of the top-ranked professional female archers in the nation since that time and won the NFAA Pro Female Shooter of the Year Award for 2009. Early in 2009, Erika was elected by a group of her peers from across the nation to serve on the USA Archery Athletes Advisory Council which, in turn, elected her to serve as the Compound Athlete Representative to the USA Archery Board of Directors. In May 2009, she received a $500 academic scholarship from the U.S. Collegiate Archery Program via a grant by the Easton Sports Development Foundation (ESDF). One month later, Erika was further honored as the recipient of a $5,000 academic scholarship funded by the NFAA Foundation and ESDF. In addition to archery, Erika enjoys working out, listening to music, playing card games such as Texas Hold 'Em, and spending time with her family and friends. She also loves watching and keeping up with everything related to college football (especially the Nebraska Huskers) and such reality television shows as "American Idol" and "The Bachelor / Bachelorette. Erika will be a senior during the 2009 / 2010 school year at the University of Nebraska where she is majoring in Psychology. After earning her Bachelors degree, Erika plans to attend graduate school and study toward a Masters degree. Erika's sponsors include: Alpen Outdoor Products, BCY Inc.,


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