January 10-12, 2019
Scott Einsmann joined the ATA as a digital content specialist in January 2017. Scott worked previously as an archery coach in his hometown of Greenwich, Connecticut. While coaching archery, he introduced people to the sport, and trained several state champions and national top-10 finishers.
Scott is also an avid bowhunter and competitive archer. His in-depth knowledge of bowhunting, coaching and competitive archery makes him an asset to the ATA’s Archery 360 and Bowhunting 360 websites.
Scott has also worked as a writer for USA Archery and World Archery. During his time with USA Archery he covered major events and the Paralympic games. At World Archery he covered World Cup events and wrote feature articles for The Target.
Scott graduated from James Madison University with a degree in writing rhetoric and technical communications. During his college years he competed for the JMU archery team. He competed in the Olympic recurve division, won a team national championship, achieved All-American honors, and won several collegiate tournaments. Scott has also won state championships with a compound, long bow and traditional recurve. His experience with virtually every bow style makes him a well-rounded archer and knowledgeable resource for the ATA.
Scott’s articles have appeared in "Archery Focus," "Bowhunter" and "The Target."
In addition to archery, Scott enjoys fishing, hiking, bird hunting and shed-antler hunting. He lives in Connecticut with his wife and two dogs.
Scott graduated from James Madison University with a degree in writing rhetoric and technical communications. His articles have appeared in "Archery Focus," "Bowhunter" and "The Target."