Individual scholarship awards varied from $500 to $5,000, with the top award going to Erika Anschutz
of Hamilton, Ohio.
competing when she
was seven years old and she
has excelled at all levels of archery from her
first JOAD experience to her
current status as a top member of the USA Archery World Team
We are very pleased to award Erika
our top scholarship award for 2009.
is an outstanding example of an athlete committed to excellence in archery while also earning her
degree at the University of Nebraska
," stated Bruce Cull, President NFAA.
stated, "I learned very early in archery that a disciplined effort, sharp mental focus, and hard work were critical for me to succeed from my first JOAD tournaments to the most recent National and International archery competitions.