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Atlantic Cape Archers Compete in the 2018 United States National Collegiate Championships in Florida

The Atlantic Cape Community College Archery Team competed in the 2018 United States National Collegiate Championships, May 17 – 21, on the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. More than 500 archers representing 50 different colleges from across the country participated in the competition.

Atlantic Cape Community College archer Kerri Byrne of Egg Harbor Township, All East Female Compound Archer, finished in 12th place after scoring several victories in individual elimination competition. Byrne, together with teammate Matthew Schreiber of Mays Landing who finished in 20th place in the Male Compound Division, finished in 4th place in the Mixed Compound Team competition, losing a tight back and forth battle with Emmanuel College in the Bronze Medal match. Atlantic Cape defeated Michigan State University in the Quarterfinals, and lost to Hocking College in the Semifinals.  Continue reading

Atlantic Cape Archer Named to 2017 Collegiate Archery All-American Team

Atlantic Cape Community College archer Lorena Koidl of Point Pleasant was named to the 2017 Collegiate Archery All-American Team, a distinction that combines results from Collegiate Indoor and Outdoor National Championship Competitions and recognizes the top overall finishers. This was her second year earning the distinction while shooting for Atlantic Cape. She was also named to the Academic All-American Team, which recognizes the top shooters with the highest grade point average. Koidl graduated with honors this month with an Associate in Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts.

The Atlantic Cape Community College Archery Team competed in the Outdoor National Collegiate Archery Championships May 17-22, at the United States Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California. More than 450 archers representing 40 different colleges from across the country participated in the competition.

Atlantic Cape Archery Team Picture

From left: John Repnicki, assistant coach; Phil Holmer of Northfield; Ariella Mossman of Somers Point; Lorena Koidl of Point Pleasant; Christine Papaycik of Egg Harbor Township; Nick Derr of Vineland; Kerri Byrne of Egg Harbor Township; and Chad Affrunti, head coach, at the National Collegiate Archery Championships.

Atlantic Cape Archers finished in the following places in individual competition:

Male Recurve:

Phil Holmer (Northfield) – 42nd

Male Bowhunter:

Nick Derr (Vineland) – 13th

Female Recurve:

Ariella Mossman (Somers Point) – 17th

Female Compound:

Kerri Byrne (Egg Harbor Township) – 10th

Christine Papaycik (Egg Harbor Township) – 33rd

Female Bowhunter:

Lorena Koidl (Point Pleasant) – 6th

Atlantic Cape’s team is led by long-time archers Chad Affrunti of Atco and John Repnicki of Galloway. Atlantic Cape’s archery team has a history of success, producing more than 50 All-American archers and hosting the U.S. Intercollegiate Archery Championships three times.

Mays Landing Woman Named to 2016 Collegiate Archery All-American Team

Atlantic Cape Community College archer Lorena Koidl of Mays Landing was named to the 2016 Collegiate Archery All-American Team, a distinction that combines results from Collegiate Indoor and Outdoor National Championship Competitions and recognizes the top overall finishers.

Lorena Koidl of Mays Landing was named to the 2016 Collegiate Archery All-American Team.

Lorena Koidl of Mays Landing was named to the 2016 Collegiate Archery All-American Team.

The Atlantic Cape Community College Archery Team competed in the Outdoor National Championship May 19-22, at Michigan State University. More than 400 archers representing 40 different colleges from across the country participated in the four-day competition. Continue reading

Archers Compete in Eastern Regional Championships;

The Atlantic Cape Community College Archery Team competed in the Eastern Regional Collegiate Championships April 23-24 at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.

The competition featured 14 collegiate archery teams from the East Coast, including Penn State, Columbia University, University of Connecticut, Lockhaven University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Princeton University. This was the final tournament before Atlantic Cape archers compete in the United States Collegiate National Championships, hosted by Michigan State University in May.

Lorena Koidl-Archery

Atlantic Cape archer Lorena Koidl

In individual competition, Atlantic Cape archer Lorena Koidl of Mays Landing won the Female Bowhunter Regional Championship and was named to the “All-East Team.”

Other Individual placements for Atlantic Cape archers include:

Male Compound:

Chris Ferraro (Hammonton) – 8th

Female Compound:

Christina Papaycik (Egg Harbor Township) – 8th

Rosie Williams (Petersburg) – 10th

Kerri Byrne (Egg Harbor Township) – 18th

Male Recurve:

Phil Holmer (Northfield) – 12th

Andrew Ciurcak (Woodbine) –15th

Jacob Verret (Absecon) – 20th

Female Recurve:

Danielle Ziegler (Franklinville) – 14th

Ariella Mossman (Somers Point) – 16th

Hillary Paladini (Mays Landing) – 21st

Male Bowhuter:

Nick Derr (Vineland) – 14th

In team competition, Atlantic Cape’s Mixed Compound Team (Ferraro & Papaycik), Men’s Recurve Team (Holmer, Ciurcak & Verret), and Women’s Recurve Team (Ziegler, Mossman & Paladini) all finished with bronze medals. The Women’s Compound Team (Papaycik, Williams & Byrne) and the Mixed Bowhunter Team (Koidl & Derr) both finished in fifth.

Atlantic Cape’s team is led by long-time archers Chad Affrunti of Atco and John Repnicki of Galloway. Atlantic Cape’s archery team has a history of success, producing more than 40 All-America archers and hosting the U.S. Intercollegiate Archery Championships three times.

Atlantic Cape Archers in All American Contention

Atlantic Cape Community College archers competed with archers from around the country at the United States Indoor National Championships Feb. 27-28.

Archers who finish in the top 15 at Indoor Nationals are considered to be in All American contention. The final All American team is awarded based on the top 10 combined scores from the U.S. Indoor and U.S. Outdoor Collegiate Championships this May at Michigan State University.

Atlantic Cape's 2016 Archery Team

Atlantic Cape’s 2016 Archery Team

The following archers are considered to be in All American contention: Lorena Koidl of Mays Landing, Nelson Vega of Buena, Chris Ferraro of Hammonton, and Christine Papaycik of Egg Harbor Township.

Individual National placements for Atlantic Cape Archers include:

Male Compound:

Nelson Vega (Buena) – 12th

Chris Ferraro (Hammonton) – 15th

Steve Church (Cape May) – 36th

Female Compound:

Christine Papaycik (Egg Harbor Township) – 15th

Rosie Williams (Petersburg) – 17th

Kerri Byrne (Egg Harbor Township) – 24th

Dianna Torres (Mays Landing) – 29th

Female Bowhunter:

Lorena Koidl (Mays Landing) – 6th

Male Recurve:

Shawn Garrone (Egg Harbor Township) – 25th

Andrew Ciurcak (Woodbine) – 29th

Nick Derr (Vineland) – 33rd

Jacob Verret (Absecon) – 35th

Phil Holmer (Northfield) – 43rd

Female Recurve:

Danielle Ziegler (Franklinville) – 19th

Hillary Paladini (Mays Landing) – 22nd

Ariella Mossman (Somers Point) – 27th

Aimee Fischer (Mays Landing) – 31st

Dina Stauffer (Egg Harbor Township) – 38th

Additionally, on Feb. 21, Koidl won the Pennsylvania State Championship in the female bowhunter division.

Atlantic Cape’s team is led by long-time archers Chad Affrunti of Atco and John Repnicki of Galloway. Atlantic Cape’s archery team has a history of success, producing more than 40 All-America archers and hosting the U.S. Intercollegiate Archery Championships three times.

For more information on Atlantic Cape’s archery team, visit atlantic.edu/archery.

Atlantic Cape Archers Dominate at Indoor Tournament

Atlantic Cape Community College archers won top spots in the New Jersey State Collegiate Championships Feb. 14. Five colleges competed in the tournament, hosted at Atlantic Cape’s Mays Landing Campus, including Princeton University, Rowan University, Stevens Institute of Technology and Rockland Honors College.Archery Target

Individual results for Atlantic Cape archers include:

Male Compound:

Chris Ferraro (Hammonton) – 1st

Nelson Vega (Buena) – 2nd

Steve Church (Cape May) – 3rd

Female Compound:

Christina Papaycik (Egg Harbor Township) – 2nd

Kerri Byrne (Egg Harbor Township) – 3rd

Rosie Williams (Petersburg) – 4th

Dianna Torres (Mays Landing) – 6th

Female Bowhunter:

Lorena Koidl (Mays Landing) – 1st

Male Recurve:

Andrew Ciurcak (Woodbine) – 3rd

Nick Derr (Vineland) – 4th

Shawn Garrone (Egg Harbor Township) – 6th

Jacob Verret (Absecon) – 8th

Phil Holmer (Northfield) – 11t

Female Recurve:

Hillary Paladini (Mays Landing) – 1st

Danielle Ziegler (Franklinville) – 2nd

Victoria D’angelo (Ventnor) – 3rd

Aimee Fischer (Mays Landing) – 7th

Ariella Mossman (Somers Point) – 8th

Dina Stauffer (Egg Harbor Township) – 9th

Atlantic Cape’s archery team competes Feb. 20-21 at the Pennsylvania State Indoor Championships. Members will also compete in the United States National Indoor Championships in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Feb. 27-28.

Archery Tournament Raises Funds for Breast Cancer Foundation

Atlantic Cape Community College’s nationally ranked archery team hosted “I Shoot for the Girls,” a fundraiser for the National Breast Cancer Foundation this month, raising $1,180 for the organization. The college was one of many sites to participate in this national fundraiser. A total of 59 archers competed in the event.

Nearly 60 archers participated in a fundraising tournament this month to benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Nearly 60 archers participated in a fundraising tournament this month to benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Atlantic Cape’s team is led by long-time archers Chad Affrunti and John Repnicki. Atlantic Cape’s archery team has a history of success, producing more than 40 All-America archers and hosting the U.S. Intercollegiate Archery Championships three times.

 

Community Invited to Participate in Archery Breast Cancer Fundraiser

Atlantic Cape archery will host “I Shoot for the Girls,” a fundraiser for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The tournament is Dec. 5-6, in Atlantic Cape’s Jonathan Pitney Hall.

The tournament is open to recurve and compound shooters in the community. Participants will compete in Adult, Young Adult (15-17), Youth (12-14) and Club (11 & Under) categories. Archers will shoot at special “Pink Ribbon” faces.

The entire $20 entry fee will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. For more information or to register, visit www.atlanticcapearchery.club or email coach Chad Affrunti at caffrunt@atlantic.edu. Walk-ins will be accepted, however, space is limited and priority will be given to preregistered archers.

Atlantic Cape Archery Competes in National Championships; Shin Wins Second National Championship

Atlantic Cape Community College’s nationally ranked archery team competed during the U.S. National Outdoor Collegiate Championships, May 21-24, at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.

Sungwoo Shin of Galloway, a 4-time archery All-American, defended his ranking, winning the overall individual Male Recurve title. This is his second national championship win. During the semifinal and final matches, he won every round of shooting with perfect 6-0 scores. Continue reading

Archers Gear Up for National Championships

Atlantic Cape Community College’s nationally ranked archery team has continued its legacy of excellence at several tournaments this season as it prepares for the U.S. National Outdoor Collegiate Championships, May 21-24, at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.

Sungwoo Shin of Galloway, a 2014 archery All-American, will return to defend his title. At the 2014 championship, Shin won the overall individual Male Recurve title. Continue reading