Paige Pearce Named NFAA Shooter of the Year

The Bowtech archer takes the title for the second consecutive year.

by posted on August 2, 2021
Paige Pearce With Quiver
Image courtesy USA Archery

After a record-breaking performance in the multi-event National Field Archery Association (NFAA) National Roundup, Paige Pearce was named 2021 NFAA Shooter of the Year. Her scores from The Vegas Shoot, NFAA Indoor Nationals, First Dakota Classic, NFAA National Marked 3D and NFAA Outdoor Field Nationals were all taken into account for the prestigious title.

Pearce is sponsored by bow manufacturer Bowtech. “Shooter of the Year was more than well-deserved for Paige," said Dave Parker, Bowtech vice president of product marketing, Parker also praised Pearce for “the example she sets for aspiring competitive archers all over the world.”

This is Pearce’s second consecutive year winning the coveted title. Shooter of the Year represents the archer's hard work and dedication. “The title of NFAA Shooter of the year is a true testament of who was the best and most consistent archer all year!," she said. "With five different format events spread out over the full season, this title shows who can compete at every style event with no room for error.”

As for the gear that got her there, Pearce said, “I am so grateful to hold this title again in 2021, and it shows that my Reckoning 38 was ready to rock and roll every time I stepped on the line this year!"”

Pearce has even more matches lined up for the rest of the season, and you can follow along as she hits the ASA, USAT, World Cup and more.

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