The committee for 2020-21.

Callum Henfrey, President

Hi, I’m Callum and I am both the OUCofA President and the Men’s Captain for 2020-21. I joined the club as a novice at the start of my undergraduate degree back in 2014, and have been around ever since. These days I am a DPhil student in Molecular Cell Biology, so you can find me shooting here all year round. If you have any questions about the club, particularly with regards to membership, then you can contact me at

Chi Che, Secretary

Hello! My name is Chi Che, a second year undergraduate law student at Harris Manchester College. I joined the club as a novice archer when I started my course in 2018, and I really enjoyed my time with the club! This year I am the Secretary so if you have any questions come find me at a session or at fitness!

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Yang Pei, Equipment Officer

Hi this is Yang and I am one of the equipment officers this year. Together we will be responsible for maintaining equipment, and most importantly, buying new goodies for the club. I can be spotted shooting a flashy red bow and occasionally in the "wrong" stash. Otherwise, with whatever spare time there is, I also happen to be doing a DPhil in Medical Sciences.

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Zoe Reed, Equipment Officer

Hey, I'm Zoe - a fresher medic at John's (I guess when you're reading this I'll be a second year - scary), so it's safe to say I'm hopefully going to be around for a while. I'm one of the equipment officers along with Yang, so any questions about using or borrowing equipment from the club, we're your guys! Despite only joining the club in 2019, I've just gone into my 10th year of shooting, so if you ever want a chat, whether archery related or not, just pop me a message or find me at a session!

Micah Lee, Tournaments Officer

I’m a third year at Jesus reading for a DPhil in biochemistry. Being a disillusioned adult, I spend most of my time shooting either arrows or x-rays at certain things. At other times I can be found in Blackwell’s, Scriptum, or existential dread of graduate job prospects. Controversial preferences include The Aeneid over The Odyssey, black truffle over white truffle, Haydn over Bach.