Scoring Matrices & Guidelines
Archers use the following scoring matrixes when they are earning their Achievement Award pins and lanyards, either during a pin shoot or during a tournament.
|Program Type||Must Be acquired during a…||Link To Document on USAA|
|Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD)||Indoor (300 Round)||https://www.usarchery.org/resources/joad-indoor-achievement-scoring-matrix-250122211214.pdf|
|Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD)||Outdoor (360 Round)||https://www.usarchery.org/resources/joad-outdoor-achievement-scoring-matrix-250122211207.pdf|
|Adult Archery Program (AAP)||Indoor (300 Round)||https://www.usarchery.org/resources/indoor-adult-achievement-scoring-matrix-250122211213.pdf|
|Adult Archery Program (AAP)||Outdoor (360 Round)||https://www.usarchery.org/resources/outdoor-adult-achievement-scoring-matrix-250122211221.pdf|
GUIDELINES FOR THE SCORING MATRICES
- Archers participating in the Adult Achievement Award Programs will not be asked to re-earn any pins they have already been awarded through the JOAD Achievement Award Program.
- Archers should earn pins one at a time, in consecutive order.
- Archers progressing through the scoring matrices should use the new scoring guidelines starting with the next pin they are working toward.
- If an award level has more than one distance/target size, the club leader will choose what target face to have the archer positioned at based on the skill level and experience of the archer.
- To earn an an Olympian Award the archer will be required to shoot the distance and target face that corresponds to their age class at National Events (i.e. U13,U15, U18, U21).
- The Achievement Program is not based on gender.