Each year, BCAC awards Shooter of the year in several categories. In 2017 we will award the following:
Known Distance Male – Top male shooter competing in any known distance class.
Known Distance Female – Top female shooter competing in any known distance class.
Unknown Distance Male – Top male shooter competing in any class that includes unknown distances.
Unknown Distance Female – Top female shooter competing in any class that includes unknown distances.
Traditional – Top shooter competing in any traditional class.
Youth – Top shooter competing in any youth class.
Please view the 2017-soy-program-and-guidelines for full details.
In order to qualify to compete for shooter of the year, an archer must:
- Be a member in good standing during the 2017 shooting season
- Shoot in at least 75% of the club shoots at BCAC.
An archer’s top five scores will be collected and the archer with the top calculated score will be recognized. Due to the possibility of shoots with less than 30 targets during summer months, we will use the following method of calculation: Each score counted in the final tabulation will be divided by 300. The total for all five shoots will be added together. Shooter with the top aggregate score will be the shooter of the year.
- Shoot 1 score: 298/300 = .99
- Shoot 2 score: 301/300 = 1.00
- Shoot 3 score: 275/300 = .92
- Shoot 4 score: 310/300 = 1.03
- Shoot 5 score 300/300 = 1.00
- Total points = 4.94