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Archery School of the Rockies Coach Bios
 
 Karin Bock - Head Coach
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Karin has coached cheerleading, volleyball, bowling and archery for more than 40 years.  Karin began the Colorado Springs JOAD club which evolved into the Archery School of the Rockies because of her love of teaching young athletes and helping them overcome challenges.  She is also a certified USA Archery Judge.  “I have coached various sports for over 40 years. Of all the sports, I love archery more than all the rest. For me archery is a ballet, symphony and a beautiful painting all rolled into one.  It requires a balance between the body and the mind and develops both in different ways.  Archery develops patience, self-control, organization, tenacity and a focus on details.  While archery is an individual sport it also encourages team work and can increase mentoring opportunities.  The goal as a coach is to be able to develop those qualities in our student archers while they are having fun so they take those skills forward the rest for their life.”
 
USA Archery Level 3 NTS Coaches
 
Christy Bowman
 

William Bowman

 Brook Cruz

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Brook is a US Navy disabled veteran and is a graduate of UCCS.  Brook loves the outdoors, works at Garden of the Gods as a Park Interpreter, and brings her love of working with youth as the Pikes Peak Chapter of the Mule Deer Foundation Youth Coordinator.  “Archery to me is all about family.”
 
 
 
 
 
KC Cruz
KC is currently a student at Pikes Peak Community College studying psychology with the goal to become an EMT. She has competed in both compound and recurve archery in state and national JOAD and 4-H archery events.
 
Alexandra (Lexi) Harris
 
 Dennis Hess
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Dennis is a retired Army veteran and currently works in the construction field.  He has been involved in archery for over 20 years and particularly enjoys 3D competitions and has a passion for bow hunting.  Dennis has been a PSE Staff Shooter since 2007.   “I enjoy passing along what I've learned over the years to other archers.  I started shooting archery without any formal instruction and luckily, I met some knowledgeable and helpful people along the way who shared their experience with me.  From personal experience I know archery can be difficult without a helping hand so now it's time for me to pass on the tradition and what I’ve learned."
 
Steve Hinman
 
Wendell Hinman
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Coach Grandpa (as his students call him) is a retired construction manager, Air Force veteran and ex college athlete.  Wendell has coached Special Olympics, high school track, and started a soccer league for Air Force dependents.  Wendell spends most of his time teaching those who are new to archery, especially kids aged 4 (to 84).  If you have a special need, he will help you overcome. “’Life is like an ice cream cone, all you have to do is, learn to lick it’ (from the great philosopher Charlie Brown of Peanuts fame).  I am convinced that Charlie Brown knew exactly what he was talking about!  We all have an ice cream cone that has many parts; it is up to us to discover the best way to find our full potential.  This can be archery, school, or living!”
 
Erik Landstrom
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Erik is a lifelong archer who is especially passionate about learning and applying an analytical mindset to how all the pieces of archery (whether that’s the archer, arrows, bows, or other equipment) work together.  “My name is Erik and I am an Archeholic.  It has been three days since my last archery purchase...  All kidding aside, I am obsessed with archery and every aspect of it.  I started coaching when another archery coach in my martial arts class introduced me to the family that has become ASR.  The kids and adults that I have had the honor to coach and learn from are what keep me coming back week to week.  Watching those "ah ha" moments when something clicks and then seeing the archers week after week setting new personal bests is what it is all about.  Thank you ASR for giving me an outlet for my condition.”
 
Ashlette Lopez
 
Chris McCord
 
Tim Schaubroeck
Coach Tim
Tim provides Archibus technical support at Imaginit and focuses on keeping customer service forefront of technical issues. Tim’s real passion includes bowling and of course archery. Tim enjoys recurve and compound archery and is exploring traditional archery. He is also certified as a level 1 judge.  “Think positive and no matter what - have fun. If you don't have fun, why are you shooting?'
 
 
 
 
 
Brian Siravo

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Brian
is an Air Force veteran and graduate of the US Air Force Academy. He has been in the emergency preparedness profession for over 20 years. He is a lifelong athlete and coach of multiple youth sports including Pop Warner Football, volleyball, pistol, and archery. He enjoys every aspect of archery and has a growing passion for bow hunting, especially when those experiences are shared with family or friends.  “I have been privileged to have been guided by great coaches who made positive impacts on my life. Now, I want to continue that tradition and give back to others as those mentors helped me. I want to help others find enjoyment, growth, and passion through archery as it allows people of any age or physical ability to achieve their goals and find ways to say “yes I can!” It’s about something greater than just shooting arrows at a target.”

Steven Yoder

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USA Archery Level 2 Instructors

Austin Blewer

Carlene Blower

Ted Bousquet

Calvin Callahan

Andy Davis

Cheryl Davis

Tom Delia

Jojo Doenyas

Caitlyn Eldridge

Kyle Eldridge 

Suzie Herz

Tyler Herz

John Jennings

Chris Klinger

Bill Knippling

Mike Larrison

Eric Lopez

Christopher Major

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Steve Marshall

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Karren Marshall

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Ervin Pettaway

Lauren Pinckney

Anthony Phillips

Mike Poplawski

Jacob Sanders

Beth Schaubroeck
Beth is currently a professor of mathematics at the US Air Force Academy. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill and is a published author. She personally enjoys the relaxation aspect that is attained from archery and wishes to help others enjoy this aspect of our sport.   “I think Fred Bear said it best when he said, ‘Nothing clears a troubled mind better than shooting a bow.’”
Micah Schaubroeck
Micah is a high school student with a love of archery and especially in helping others enjoy the sport. He is a member of the Archery School of the Rockies Velocity Raptors competitive compound team and volunteers as a Junior coach with the ASR Crush youth archery team. He also loves introducing archery to first time archers especially while working special events such as birthday parties and archery summer camps.
 
Patrice Siravo

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Patrice has enjoyed athletics throughout her entire life, both as an athlete and a coach. She played intercollegiate soccer for the US Air Force Academy, and has coached youth soccer, basketball and archery for many years. She is an Air Force veteran and graduate of the US Air Force Academy, and currently leads a cybersecurity team that supports multiple Department of Defense and commercial systems. Patrice also founded www.coloradocybersmart.com, a cybersecurity website focused on educating youth and families about safety in cyberspace.  “Archery has been a breath of fresh air (literally and figuratively). Indoors or outdoors, young or old, strong or “getting stronger”, it doesn’t matter - everyone can enjoy the sport of archery and improve their performance, while enjoying a family-friendly, positive environment.” 

Jacob Sistare

Joshua Smit

Mark Smith

Darryl Woods

Qi Zhu

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USA Archery Level 1 Instructors
 
Julia Hinman
 
Alex Klinger
 
Austin Marshall
 
Ian Saldana
 
Catarina Siravo
 
Leo Siravo

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