At 20 years old, Alli Armstrong of southern Illinois is already a seasoned hunter and a two-time 3D National Champion. Alli has hunted various species of turkey, whitetail deer, bear, antelope, mule deer and elk. Most recently, Alli has taken a Boone & Crockett mule deer with her bow.
Alli is currently working on her television show called Grace Camo and Lace which airs on the Sportsman Channel. She also writes for various hunting magazines and blogs such as North American Whitetail and Bowhunting.com. Alli has co-authored a book with Brenda Potts called Hunting Dream Jobs. Alli also received the 2017 Safari Club International Young Hunter Award.
While in college, Alli won the title of National 3D Archery Champion in Women's Bow Hunter while representing Southeastern IL College in the 2015 US Intercollegiate Archery Championships (USIAC) at Sahara Woods State Fish and Wildlife Area. She also won All-American honors for being in the top ten in nationals and Academic All-American honors. Alli did this again in 2016.
Since she has graduated college, she has been made the head archery coach at Southeastern Illinois College where her team won the gold medal count at the USA Archery collegiate nationals.