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NASP® selects the winning designs of the 2024 student t-shirt contest

ByInside Archery

Jan 9, 2024

 January 8, 2024 

The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP®) is always looking for ways to celebrate our students, and this year’s student t-shirt design contest was a great example. Current NASP® students were invited to design artwork which might become the official 2024 design for State and National NASP® tournament shirts. 

Over 80 student designs were entered from 24 states. Entrants included archers from 4th-12th grade using digital artwork, paintings, and drawings. There were no limits on what archers could create, and we were again impressed by the designs submitted. Many designs incorporated bows, arrows, and targets, while others thought outside the box with mascots, skylines and what NASP® means to them. 

It was a difficult decision, and the top 3 favorite designs were selected by a panel of NASP® team members. The first-place design will be featured on the 2024 Eastern and Western Nationals T-shirt, and the second-place design will be featured on the 2024 State tournament T-shirts. Due to the amazing creativity of our students, we added a third category to be featured on the NASP® Volunteer t-shirts at all national NASP® events. The top 3 winners will win a standard color Genesis bow of their choice. 


First Place – Brodie Ellavsky of Princeton High School in Minnesota 


Second Place – Callie Armbrester of Munford Elementary School in Alabama 


Third Place – Hunter Cowley of Mount Harmon Middle School in Utah 

We would like to thank all student archers that entered, as well as the parents and coaches that assisted their students with the submission process. We look forward to conducting the student t-shirt design contest again next year to see what our archers create! 

Look for updates on the 2025 t-shirt design contest coming next September! 

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