Laurie Leroy currently shoots the Monster 7.0 and the Prestige when competing in the Pro Women’s division.
She first got involved in hunting because her friends would go javelina hunting and she had to learn how to shoot in order to go.
The individual who has had the biggest impact on her archery career is Randy Ulmer, because he practiced, shot with, and taught her.
The biggest piece of advice she would give to new archers is, “Stay behind the shooting line; but also practice, practice, practice; and last but not least…have fun.”
Her most memorable archery moment was winning the world championship for the first time in 1996.