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ADA Nationals 2012 Booklet

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									     The 25th American Debate Association National Championship

                                       March 10-12, 2012

                          Clarion University of Pennsylvania
                                Clarion Pennsylvania



                                           Table of Contents

                                        Tournament Schedule
                                           Campus Map
                                          Food in Clarion
                                        ADA Standing Rules
                                         ADA Constitution
                                      ADA Nationals Champions
                                     ADA Nationals Top Speakers
                                        ADA Final Standings




Resolved: The United States Federal Government should substantially increase its democracy
assistance for one or more of the following: Bahrain, Egypt, Libya, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen.


2012 ADA Officers: Michael Hall (President), Adrienne Brovero (Vice President), Samantha Godbey
(Treasurer), Jim Lyle (Secretary), Danielle Verney-O’Gorman (Parliamentarian), Michael Davis (Vice
President of Records), Kelly Young (Vice President for Public Affairs), Kevin Kuswa (Topic Representative)
                                           Tournament Schedule


                                             Friday, March 9, 2012

                                     6:00-9:00pm Registration (Holiday Inn)

                                           Saturday, March 10, 2012

                                               7:45 am Pairings
                                               8:30 am Round 1
                                              11:00 am Round 2
                                      1:15 pm Lunch (Provided by Clarion)
                                               2:30 pm Round 3
                                               5:30 pm Round 4

                                            Sunday, March 11, 2012*

                                              8:15 am Pairings
                                              9:00 am Round 5
                           11:30am Brunch (Provided by Clarion; in Eagle Commons)
                                              1:00 pm Round 6
                                      4:00pm First Elimination Round
                                     6:45pm Banquet (Eagle Commons)

                                            Monday, March 12, 2012

                                               7:15am Pairings
                                     8:00am Elimination Rounds continue**




*Note1: Daylight Savings Time begins!!! Advance clocks forward by 1 hour when you go to bed on Saturday.

**Note2: A representative from each team must be available at least 30 minutes before the announced start time
of the first elimination round of the morning. If said representative is not available and the debate is a flip-for-
sides debate, the team that is present may choose their side for the debate.
                                           Food In Clarion
Breakfast & Lunch

County Seat Restaurant, (814) 226-6332 ***Western Omelet or Steak Salad w Hot Bacon Dressing***

Deb’s Diner, (814) 764-3001 ***PANCAKES***

Coffee

Michelle’s Café, (814) 227-2688

Chain Sit-down Restaurants ***It’s a chain, no comment***

Applebee’s, (814) 226-7590

Eat N’ Park, (814) 227-2188

Perkins, (814) 226-4410

RRR Roadhouse, (814) 227-2000

Subs & Sandwiches

Bob’s Sub and Sandwich Shop, (814) 226-7951 ***Spicy Italian Sub**

Daddy’s Main Street Hot Dog, (814) 223-4687 ***Hot dogs***

Local Traditional

The Captain Loomis, (814) 226-8400 ***Have not been in some time***

The Fairway, (814) 226-8850 ***Honestly, have never been and have no reason why (not)***

Mexican

Cozumel Mexican Restaurant, (814) 226-8575 ***Surprisingly good for Clarion PA***

Pizza and Italian

The Pizza Pub, (814) 226-8721 ***Very good pizza***

Sweet Basil, (814) 226-7013 ***Have only had pizza/wings but have heard the rest of the menu is good***

Vinny’s Pizza, (814) 226-5421 ***Very good pizza***



All establishments are located either on Main Street or in the vicinity of the hotel – except Sweet Basil
which is about 5 minutes from town. For recommendations/directions ask Jim Lyle or any of the Clarion
debaters and/or alums. (***Jim Comments***)
                               AMERICAN DEBATE ASSOCIATION
                         STANDING RULES OF TOURNAMENT PROCEDURE
   I. RULES GOVERNING THE CONDUCT OF A DEBATE

1. FORMAT--Cross-examination style debate format will be used, with two-person teams. There will be four nine-
   minute constructive speeches, beginning with the affirmative. After each constructive, there will be a three-
   minute cross-examination by a member of the opposition. There will be four six-minute rebuttals, beginning
   with the negative. Each team will be allocated ten minutes of preparation time to be used in between speeches
   and cross-examination periods.

2. TOPIC--The ADA will adopt the policy topic approved by the Executive Committee.

3. CONSTRAINTS ON THE AFFIRMATIVE-- The first affirmative constructive speaker is expected to present a
   complete case which includes a topical plan of action and a rationale justifying that plan. The affirmative team
   must present and defend through the entirety of the debate only one plan, and once presented, this plan cannot
   be changed, altered, or amended in any way during the debate. This does not preclude permutations.

4. COUNTERPLANS—Counterplans should compete with the affirmative.

5. CRITIQUES--If the negative chooses to critique it has the burden of defending an alternative which justifies
   rejection of the affirmative's proposed plan of action. A unique reason for voting must be clearly identified
   during the initial presentation of the criticism. If the affirmative team demonstrates that the critique fails to meet
   any of these criteria the judge must disregard the critique.

6. TOPICALITY—Topicality asks whether the affirmative is sufficiently within the scope of the resolution and is
   a voting issue.

7. CONSTRAINTS DURING REBUTTALS-- No new constructive argument or new constructive positions may
   be advanced in rebuttal speeches, absent arguments or positions made in the 1AR to address new 2NC
   constructions. This does not restrict the use of new evidence to address arguments presented in the constructive
   speeches.

8. MATERIALS-- Evidence presented in debates should include the following orally presented citation: the author
   (if any) or the source of the publication, author's qualifications, and date. Page numbers and the remaining full
   citation including, where applicable, the full web site and date accessed,must be available upon request. This
   citation is expected for all pieces of evidence the first time the evidence is presented. For subsequent references
   to the same author or work, the citation may be abbreviated. If an evidence challenge is made premised upon
   intentional fabrication, distortion, or misrepresentation, then it is an ethical challenge and the burden of proof is
   upon the challenger. Debaters should understand that judges may choose to penalize frivolous accusations. All
   words inserted in evidence must be enclosed in square brackets or slash marks; all internally ellipsed parts of
   the evidence must be available immediately upon the request by the opponents, or at the conclusion of the round
   upon request by the judge. The material in the brackets or internally ellipsed ought in no way alter the original
   author's intent. Material presented in the debate must be accompanied by an original oral explanation justifying
   the introduction of that material into the debate and the material being presented must be available as a textual
   transcription for inspection by the opposing team.

9. OUTSIDE ASSISTANCE--Once the debate has begun, a team may not receive assistance, suggestions, or
   coaching from anyone while the round is in progress. This does not prevent debate partners from helping one
   another, but does prevent outside persons from helping a team during the course of a debate.
10. PROMPTING/CROSS-TALK--Only the person speaking, asking a question in cross-examination, or answering
    a question in cross-examination should be talking. Partners should not vocally 'prompt' the speaker during
    his/her speech. Cross-examination questions should be asked and answered only by the two debaters involved in
    the cross-examination period. MINIMAL consultation with opponents is allowed during the questioning team's
    preparation time.

11. DECORUM--Debaters and judges should refrain from the use of profanity during debates. Debaters and judges
    should treat one another with civility during debates and when debate decisions are revealed and discussed.
    Debaters and judges should treat one another with generosity, respect and kindness. Participants (debaters,
    judges, coaches, observers, etc.) may not engage in any nudity, sexually explicit or illegal behavior, or use
    illegal substances while at the location of the debate rounds or during a debate.

12. DELIVERY--Debaters should speak comprehensively and intelligibly while giving speeches and engaging in
    cross-examination. Debaters should refrain from shouting or yelling while speaking. Debaters have the burden
    to develop clearly all ideas presented and to do so in an oral style that recognizes and adapts to the expressed
    preferences of the judge in the round.

13. EXPIRATION OF TIME--Debaters should cease speaking when the time expires. The debater's idea which is
    being presented when time expires may be finished but no new statements may be initiated after the time
    expires.

14. RESPONSIBILITIES OF JUDGES --Judges should listen conscientiously and in a manner designed to promote
    recognition and recall of positions advanced in speeches and question periods. Judges are encouraged to provide
    verbal and nonverbal feedback to encourage comprehensibility and to discourage violating the rules of debate.
    Further, judges will attempt to avoid verbal and nonverbal feedback which degrades, humiliates or otherwise
    belittles the efforts of the debater speaking. Judges should listen to all proofs offered by debaters and render a
    decision based on the clash in the debate, uninfluenced by the judge's preconceptions about the proposition or
    the type of proof called for in a given situation. Judges are expected to render a decision within 2:30 of the
    announced start time. If the judge is unable to make a decision within that time, the tab room should randomly
    decide a winner by coin flip. Oral critiques by judges are encouraged for all rounds so long as the critique does
    not delay teams or the judge from getting to the next scheduled round before the forfeit time. Judges should
    refrain from long critiques when debaters need to get off campus to eat during meal breaks. Judges must render
    a decision in which one of the teams participating in the debate is declared the winner.

15. DEBATE DECISIONS--Judges choosing to reveal decisions will do so to both teams involved in the debate.
    Judges must write a critique for each preliminary round debate they are assigned to judge. Written critiques for
    preliminary rounds should be turned in to the tabulation room so that they can be distributed to competing teams
    no later than the start of the second elimination round. A school's packet of ballots and results sheets will not be
    released by the tab room if any judge from that school or hired by that school has not turned in a completed
    ballot for any preliminary round in which they judged. Judges hired by the tournament will not be paid until
    they have turned in a completed ballot for any preliminary round judged. Writing a statement such as 'oral
    critique given' on the ballot does not satisfy the expectation that judges should write a critique for each
    preliminary round they are assigned to judge. Written critiques presenting a judge's reasons for decision in
    elimination rounds are optional and completed at the judge's discretion. If completed they should be turned in so
    that they can be distributed no later than the conclusion of the tournament. If the judge elects not to write an
    elimination round critique, he/she should discuss the debate and the rationale for the decision made with both
    teams involved in the debate.

16. ANNOUNCEMENT OF ELIMINATION ROUND DECISIONS AT ADA TOURNAMENTS -- At ADA
    tournaments, the Tournament Director shall designate a Chair for all elimination round panels except for the
    final round in each division. Judges shall submit their ballots to the designated Chair. After all judges have
    voted and the original ballots have been returned to the Tournament Director or his/her designated
     representative, the Chair shall announce the decision of the judges in the room in which the debate was
     held. Decisions in the final round of each division shall be announced by the Tournament Director or his/her
     designee at a time and place designated by the Director.

     II. RULES GOVERNING THE ADMINISTRATION OF TOURNAMENTS

1. COMPLIANCE WITH THE A.F.A. CODE--Tournament Directors agree to abide by the American Forensic
   Association Code of Forensics Program and Forensics Tournament Standards for Colleges and Universities,
   Article III (Tournament Practices).

2. TOURNAMENT SANCTIONING -- For a tournament to be sanctioned by the ADA and to count for ADA
   Sweepstakes points, the tournament director must submit a request to be sanctioned to the President of the ADA
   by August 1 before the season of competition for which that tournament wishes to be sanctioned. That
   tournament director agrees in submitting such a request to announce in the tournament invitation that the
   tournament will be conducted in accordance with the American Debate Association rules, to enforce the ADA
   rules as the tournament director, and to submit tournament results to the Vice-President for Records within two
   weeks after the conclusion of the tournament. The President of the ADA in consultation with the ADA
   Executive Committee will approve a tournament's request by August 15 before the season of competition for
   which a tournament is seeking sanctioning. Tournaments that have been previously sanctioned, will remain
   sanctioned as long as they meet the above criteria, but do not need to submit a request to the President of the
   ADA. Tournament directors should make their request to the President of the ADA in written form or via e-
   mail. The ADA National Tournament is automatically sanctioned. Under special circumstances, the Executive
   Committee can vote to sanction a tournament after the August 15th deadline.

3.   JUDGING

A. Eligibility. To be eligible to judge in an ADA tournament a person must either: 1) have attained a baccalaureate
   degree or 2) have no remaining intercollegiate debate eligibility and be enrolled in their last year of
   undergraduate studies. Tournament Directors may make individual exceptions to this rule in the case of persons
   who are enrolled in their last two semesters of undergraduate study and who are no longer competing in
   intercollegiate debate. Undergraduate students are eligible to judge for a maximum of two semesters. Any
   person who judges at an ADA tournament forfeits the right to compete in any ADA tournament
   thereafter. Exceptions to this rule based on emergencies or tournaments of special character may be made by the
   director, in consultation with available members of the ADA Executive Committee, in such circumstances to
   enable the tournament to continue.

B. Assignment. Judges will be assigned to debate rounds by using one of three methods of judge placement
   decided by the tournament director and announced before the first preliminary round of the tournament. If the
   tournament offers multiple divisions, the same method of judge placement must be used in each
   division. Method one is to assign judges randomly with judges being placed within the criteria described
   below. Additionally, in random placement, judges may not preclude themselves from judging any division of
   debate, unless they are judges who are in their first or second year of judging or they have judged fewer than
   fifty debates during the past three years, in which case, they may restrict themselves to judging in the novice
   and junior varsity divisions. Method two is random after an appropriate number of team preclusions
   (determined by the tournament director) have been offered to each participating team during the registration
   period (each team could strike judges from hearing them). Method three is to assign judges by a mutual
   preference system beginning in at least the third preliminary round of debate. Judges will be assigned to the first
   two preliminary rounds using a random placement system. The mutual preference system may employ a rating
   system for judges and may be combined with judge preclusions. When using a random system of placement,
   judges may not be subjectively evaluated by the tournament director or the tournament participants for
   placement in random rounds of debate (including the first two preliminary rounds for method three, mutual
   preference). Judges may never be subjectively evaluated by tournament directors for preclusion from teams or
   divisions, for mutual preference or for judge placement. Tournament directors should announce in their
   invitations the method they intend to use. The ADA National Championship Tournament will use method three
   of judge placement. The following criteria should be observed in placing judges in debates:

              i.     A judge should not judge his/her own teams;
              ii.    A judge will not judge a team if he/she debated at that school within the last four years,
                     coached at the school within the last two years, or coached either of the debaters on the team;
              iii.    Judges may request for good reasons that they not judge a particular team;
              iv.    Judges should not judge the same team twice in prelims, unless it is mathematically
                     unavoidable. If this rule cannot be upheld, a judge should hear the same team a second time on
                     the opposite side of the proposition and he/she should hear the team a second time only in one
                     of the last two prelim rounds;
              v.     Judges will be assigned to debates in accordance with some predetermined, mathematical
                     order. In instances where mutual preference judging is not used, a judge will hear the first
                     debate he/she is eligible to hear;
              vi.    Judges may not preclude themselves from judging any division of debate, unless they are
                     judges who are in their first or second year of judging or they have judged fewer than fifty
                     debates during the past three years, in which case, they may restrict themselves to judging in
                     the novice and junior varsity divisions. Emergency eligibility exceptions to this rule can be
                     made by the tournament director in consultation with the ADA Executive Committee.
              vii.   If a judge competed in the same academic year they are judging, they may only judge in
                     divisions of lesser debate experience than those they competed in during that year. If the
                     tournament cannot proceed due to lack of judges, this rule may be suspended.

   C. Philosophies. Judges should make judge philosophies available either electronically or should submit them to
   the tournament host in written form at all of the tournaments they judge. The judge philosophies are required for
   the ADA National Tournament, and must be to submitted to the host one week in advance of the tournament. A
   copy of these judge philosophies will be made available at registration of the American Debate Association
   National Tournament. Judges who fail to comply at the ADA National Tournament will be ineligible to judge
   and the schools they represent will be fined $50 plus $25 per committed round.

4. SECRECY-- Tournament staff will not disclose round pairings to debaters or coaches or judges prior to the
   public announcement of those pairings.

5. FORFEITURE--A fifteen minute forfeiture rule will be in effect. Beginning with the announced starting time
   for a round of debate, teams and judges will have a fifteen minute 'grace' period. A team which is not ready to
   begin debating after the fifteen minutes have expired will be declared to have lost the debate. A representative
   from each team must be available at least 30 minutes before the announced start time of the first elimination
   round of the morning. If said representative is not available and the debate is a flip-for-sides debate, the team
   that is present may choose their side for the debate. A judge who is not prepared to start judging at the end of
   the grace period will cause his/her best team in the tournament at that point to receive a loss for the round the
   judge failed to be ready to judge. Hired judges will forfeit all pay for the tournament if they fail to meet a
   judging obligation and if they cannot be replaced by a substitute judge.


6. SWING TEAMS--Tournament hosts should enter a swing team (or teams) to divisions of debate so that the
   division will have an even number of competing teams, thereby eliminating the need for bye rounds.
   Tournament hosts who cannot supply swing teams of their own shall try to recruit swing teams from other
   schools. Tournament hosts will not enter their own teams in a division of debate if that entry has the effect of
   creating an uneven number of teams in a division. Bye rounds shall occur only as a last resort. This rule does
   not apply to the ADA National tournament.
7.    TOURNAMENT PROFIT-- Tournament directors should ensure that their tournament is not run to benefit
     financially the host school. An anticipated profit in excess of 10% of total entry fees is considered excessive.

8. NOVICE DEBATE

          A. TEACH-IN -- Tournaments should strive to provide at least one round of “teaching sessions” for
     novices where novice debaters meet with judges and coaches during the time allotted for the debate (2 hours or
     two 50 minute sessions). These teaching sessions could focus on any number of topics and could involve small
     or large groups.

          B. EARLY MOVES - Novice teams progressing to junior varsity or varsity during their first year and not
     returning to novice (at any tournament after the move up) should be recognized at ADA Nationals. The school
     of each debater that moves up and competes in at least three additional non-novice tournaments including ADA
     Nationals should be awarded 5 points in the Grand Sweepstakes. It is the responsibility of the director of each
     individual program to notify the Vice President of Records of the progression

     III. RULES GOVERNING DEBATER ELIGIBILITY

1. DEBATER ELIGIBILITY -- To participate in the ADA National Championship Tournament a debater must be
   an undergraduate student who is regularly enrolled and in good standing at the institution for which s/he is
   competing at the tournament. Any student in compliance with the AFA standards is eligible for competition for
   the ADA National Tournament. Students may attend a maximum of four ADA Nationals. A student who has
   debated at any intercollegiate debate tournament in more than ten semesters is ineligible to attend ADA
   Nationals.

2. TRANSFER STUDENTS-- Students transferring from one four year college debate program to another will be
   eligible for competition unless the transfer violates the rules specified in the AFA Code of Forensics Program
   and Forensics Tournament Standards. If a transfer student is held to have violated those provisions, he/she will
   be ineligible for competition in ADA until the academic year following the transfer.

3. PIRACY-- Coaches agree to refrain from acts of piracy, meaning that they will voluntarily avoid attempts to
   lure debaters away from active four-year college debate programs and into their own.

4. ELIGIBILITY FOR DEBATE DIVISIONS-- Tournaments will define eligibility for particular divisions of
   debate in the following ways:
       A. Varsity Debate--open to all students;

         B. Junior Varsity Debate

1. open only to students who are competing in their first two academic years of intercollegiate debate beyond the
   novice level.
2. Progression during the year. Debaters competing in JV must progress to open or varsity debate:
a. if they advance to the final round of three JV, open, or varsity tournaments (no matter where) in which there are
   20 or more teams in the division, or
b. if they qualify to attend the National Debate Tournament
3. ADA Nationals. The aforementioned progression requirement based on advancing to the final rounds of three
   junior varsity, open, or varsity tournaments does not apply to ADA Nationals and Round Robins.

     C. Novice Debate--This division is designed for debaters who are truly in their first year of competitive debate
     or who have so little previous experience that they are functionally first-year debaters.

     1. Eligibility. This division is open to debaters who:
     a. have no more than a combined total of 50 rounds of Lincoln Douglas and policy debate prior to the current
     academic year of which no more than 24 rounds can be policy debate, and have not advanced to the elimination
     rounds at two tournaments
      b. debaters who have advanced to the elimination rounds at two or more tournaments in a previous academic
     year are ineligible.

2. Forced progression into the JV division in the middle of the academic year does not count against the two years
   of JV eligibility ADA Nationals. The aforementioned progression requirement based on advancing to the final
   rounds of three novice, junior varsity, open, or varsity tournaments does not apply to ADA Nationals or Round
   Robins for which participants are invited based on the current year’s record of competition.

D. Any program director seeking an exemption from the above standards shall submit a request to the Vice
   President who, in conjunction with the Executive Committee or subcommittee thereof, shall rule upon it.
   Appeals, once granted, may be revoked based on tournament performance.

5. ADA Nationals. For the purposes of the ADA National tournament only, a debate team is defined as the two-
   person team that begins the first rounds of the tournament and who debate together throughout the course of the
   tournament. Hybrids may debate together at the ADA National Tournament, but they may not clear to
   elimination rounds. If one of the debaters of a team cannot debate in any given round, that round will be
   forfeited. Teams that forfeit rounds will be given average speaker points, but are ineligible to clear to
   elimination rounds if speaker points are the determining factor for their clearing. Debaters who forfeit rounds
   are ineligible for speaker awards.

6.    Debate Teams at ADA Tournaments. For the purposes of ADA tournaments, a debate team is defined as the
     two-person team that begins the first round of the tournament and who debate together throughout the course of
     the tournament. Hybrid teams are allowed at the discretion of the tournament director, and are allowed to clear
     to elimination rounds at the discretion of the tournament director. A tournament's policy on hybrid teams must
     be indicated in the tournament invitation. If one of the debaters of a team cannot debate in any given round, that
     round will be forfeited. Speaker points in forfeit situations will be averaged, but the team forfeiting is ineligible
     to clear to elimination rounds if speaker points are the determining factor for their clearing. The debate may still
     occur for educational purposes. However, that team will still be eligible for speaker awards and elimination
     rounds.


     IV. RULES GOVERNING THE CONDUCT OF COACHES, PROGRAM DIRECTORS AND JUDGES.

     Coaches and Program Directors should treat one another and debaters (whether from their school or other
     institutions) with civility, generosity, respect and kindness during ADA sanctioned debate tournaments. This, at
     a minimum, means refraining from the use of hostile or abusive speech, acts of intimidation, or threats or acts of
     physical violence.


     V.       ENFORCEMENT PROVISIONS

1. VIOLATIONS OF ARTICLE I BY DEBATERS--Unless otherwise specified, violations of rules in Article I
   will be penalized by the judge either disregarding arguments which do not meet the standards established,
   diminishing the speaker points for debaters violating the rules in Article I, or in extreme cases (to be determined
   by the judge) awarding a loss to the team which has violated these rules.

2. VIOLATIONS OF ARTICLE I BY JUDGES/COACHES—Unless otherwise specified, a coach/judge held in
   violation of the ADA rules in Article I will be penalized after investigation by an ad hoc group commissioned
   by the ADA President. If the complaint is judged to be substantial, the offending coach/judge may either receive
     a letter of reprimand (with copies sent to appropriate school officials) or be barred from judging at ADA
     tournaments. Judges who are in violation of rule I.14 of ADA rules may be removed from the judge pool by the
     tournament director. Judges who are removed from the tournament are responsible for compensating the
     tournament for judging fees or removal of an appropriate number of their teams.

3. VIOLATIONS OF ARTICLE II--Unless otherwise specified, violations of Article II provisions will result in
   penalties imposed on the school which hosted the tournaments. If a complaint is raised, the president of the
   American Debate Association will appoint an ad hoc group to investigate and rule on the complaint. If the
   complaint is judged to be substantial, the following penalties will be imposed:

a.   The host school (if a member of ADA) will forfeit its best tournament results for sweepstakes purposes;

b. The host school will receive a letter of reprimand from the ADA President, with copies sent to appropriate
   school officials;

c.   The host school will be prevented from participation in ADA tournaments in subsequent years.

4. VIOLATIONS OF ARTICLE III--Unless otherwise specified, schools which compete in ADA events with
   ineligible students will forfeit any points earned by those students at the tournaments in which those students
   were ineligible. Any school which incurs two infractions involving the use of ineligible students in the same
   academic year will be barred from further competition in ADA.

5. VIOLATIONS OF ARTICLE IV—Unless otherwise specified, a coach, program director or judge held in
   violation of the ADA rules in Article IV will be penalized after investigation by an ad hoc group commissioned
   by the ADA President. If the complaint is judged to be substantial, the punishment may include a letter of
   reprimand or being barred from attending or judging at ADA tournaments or the loss of all ADA points
   accumulated at the tournament at which the infraction occurred.

6. DUE PROCESS--Schools or persons charged with violations of ADA rules will be informed of any charges
   against them. These persons will have the right to present their 'case' to the ADA President or the ad hoc
   investigative group. Any decisions made may be appealed to the President, who will call an appeals board to
   review the appeal. This board will be made up of persons not on the ad hoc investigative group. Any special
   groups or boards convened will be made up of three to five persons who are subscribers to the ADA.


     VI. RULES GOVERNING SWEEPSTAKES COMPETITION

1. Only ADA member schools who have paid the annual patron membership dues prior to the start of the opening
   round of ADA Nationals (or whatever tournament concludes the ADA season) are eligible to win sweepstakes
   awards, or participation at the National Tournament.

2. A school's best eight records in a given division count; however, no more than two of these records may be
   compiled at a single tournament.

3. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th place awards will be presented in varsity, junior varsity, and novice divisions. The
   'Grand Sweepstakes' category, where points from the other three divisions are added together, will also feature
   1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th place awards. There will finally be an appropriate number of "Newcomer" awards,
   presented to the highest-ranked new or re-newed (after at least a five-year absence) program/s in the "Grand
   Sweepstakes" category.

4. Teams earn points as follows:
        Undefeated 10 points
        7-1 8 points
        6-2 or 5-1 7 points
        5-3 or 4-2 6 points
        4-4 or 3-3 5 points
        3-5 or 2-4 4 points
        2-6 or 1-5 3 points
        1-7 2 points
        0-8 or 0-6 1 point

        Missing Elims on Points 1 point
        Clearing to Elims 3 points
        Each Elim round win 3 points

        1st Speaker 3 points
        2nd Speaker 2 points
        3rd -10th Speakers 1 point

5. A school hosting a tournament cannot earn any points at that tournament.

6. Speaker awards are awarded with the following restrictions:

        20 or fewer debaters in a division--Speakers 1-3;
        22-30 debaters in a division--Speakers 1-5;
        31 or more debaters in a division--Speakers 1-10

7. The first elimination round held in any division of debate shall include no more than or less than half of the
    teams competing in the preliminary rounds of debate in that division. In divisions with an odd number of teams
    entered, the number of teams clearing will be rounded down to the next whole number. A tournament may
    depart from the provision under only 3 circumstances: a) building space is unavailable to hold the required
    number of elim round debates on the final day of the tournament; or b) the announced prelim round tournament
    schedule would have to be altered to accommodate the required number of elim rounds. Results of all elim
    round debates will count toward sweepstakes points unless the elim bracket contained more than half of the
    teams competing in the preliminary rounds.

   If an ADA tournament 'breaks' to a partial elim round bracket, the partial bracket should involve the maximum
   number of teams eligible to break (with the exception of a double-octo-final bracket or beyond). Prior to the
   start of the first debate, the tournament director must announce the size of the first elim round bracket for each
   division. Once announced, the elim round bracket decisions are final.

   Novices who are the higher seed must advance over other teammates unless the team advancing is in their final
   semester of debate.

8. If a tournament director chooses to collapse two or more divisions into one in the preliminary rounds, only one
   set of elimination rounds shall count for points for that combined division. In the case of combining varsity and
   junior varsity, points shall be awarded in varsity. In the case of combining junior varsity and novice division,
   points will be awarded in junior varsity.

9. Ties in the sweepstakes competition will not be broken.

10. A school’s record earned at the ADA National Tournament will be multiplied by 1.5 for purposes of calculating
    sweepstakes points.
Revisions--American Debate Association Standing Rules of Tournament Procedure

Written June, 1985 by John T. Morello

Revised July, 1986 by Theodore F. Sheckels, Jr.

Revised June, 1987 by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Frederick, Maryland, May 8, 1987. Theodore F.
   Sheckels, Jr.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Frederick, Maryland, May 17, 1988. Edward Grinder,
   O.S.B.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Frederick, Maryland, May 18, 1989. Edward Grinder,
   O.S.B.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Frederick, Maryland, May 17, 1990. Edward Grinder,
   O.S.B.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 18, 1991. Edward Grinder,
   O.S.B.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, November 2, 1991. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Arnie Madsen.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 15, 1992. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Arnie Madsen.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Annapolis, Maryland May 11, 1993. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Arnie Madsen.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Annapolis, Maryland May 17, 1994. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Arnie Madsen.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Annapolis, Maryland May 5,
1995. Approved by membership via mail ballot. Ron Wastyn.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Annapolis, Maryland May 13, 1996. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Arnie Madsen.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 19, 1997. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Sue Wenzlaff.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Annapolis, Maryland, May 15, 1999. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Brent Brossmann

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 18, 2000. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Brent Brossmann

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Baltimore, Virginia, May 17, 2001. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Brent Brossmann
Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 17, 2002. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Brent Brossmann

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 17, 2002. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Brent Brossmann

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Annapolis, Maryland, May 16, 2003. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Brent Brossmann

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 14, 2004. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Brent Brossmann

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Orlando, Florida. May 14, 2005. Approved by membership
   via mail ballot. Michael Dutcher

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Cleveland, Ohio. May 18, 2006.
   Approved by membership via mail ballot. Michael Hall

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 18, 2007. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Michael Hall

Revised by action of the schools attending ADA meeting in Richmond, Virginia. May 16, 2008. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Michael Hall

Revised by action of the schools attending the ADA meeting in Winston-Salem, NC, June 8, 2009. Approved by
   membership via mail ballot. Jim Lyle

Revised by action of the schools attending the ADA meeting in Harrsisonburg, Virginia, May 14, 2010. Approved
   by membership via mail ballot. Jim Lyle

Revised by action of the schools attending the ADA meeting in Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 20, 2011. Approved
   by membership via mail ballot. Jim Lyle
                       The Constitution of the American Debate Association

                                     ARTICLE 1. NAME AND PURPOSE


SECTION 1. The name of this organization shall be the American Debate Association

SECTION 2. The purpose of this organization shall be to promulgate standards and procedures for
intercollegiate debate tournaments sanctioned by the Association, which participants agree to follow, based on
the following assumptions:

       1. Debate is a controlled discussion which analyzes the substantive issues raised by a particular public
       policy proposition.

       2. Debate is persuasive, oral communication activity in which debaters assume the obligation to
       communicate reasons for positions taken in a manner that is coherent, intelligible, and consistent with
       the limitation on human speech and listening.

       3. Debate tournaments will be run efficiently, honestly, and in a manner which promotes the educational
       values of debating for all participants.

       4. Coaches and judges are educators whose job is to effectively prepare students to debate, to objectively
       and fairly evaluate rounds of competition to which they are assigned, and to behave in an ethical and
       professional fashion.

       5. Debate is an educational activity to be engaged in by undergraduate students who are officially
       enrolled full-time students in good academic standing at the colleges and universities that they represent
       in competition.

                                      ARTICLE II. THE MEMBERSHIP


SECTION 1. Membership shall be open to any institution of higher education which agrees to abide by the
ADA Constitution, By-Laws, Standing Rules of Debate Tournament Procedure and other standing rules of the
Association and pays the annual membership fee.

SECTION II. Associate membership shall be open to any individual unaffiliated with an institution of higher
education or to any individual affiliated with an institutional member who agrees to abide by the ADA
Constitution, By-Laws, Standing Rules of Debate Tournament Procedure and other standing rules of the
Association and pays the annual associate membership fee. Associate members shall have no vote in the
meetings or elections of the Association but shall be entitled to the Association newsletter and to invitations to
all Association business meetings.

SECTION III. Each institution shall have one vote in the meetings and elections of the Association.

                                           ARTICLE III. OFFICERS


SECTION 1. The Association shall biannually elect a President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer at its
May meeting. The term of office shall be two years. Officers are eligible for reelection to a maximum of two
consecutive terms. A special election shall be held to fill the incompleted term of any officer forced to resign.
       1. The President shall call and preside at general and Executive Committee meetings of the Association,
       appoint the Editors of the newsletter, the Vice President for records, the Vice President for Public
       Affairs, and such standing and select committees as from time to time may be established, and serve as
       an ex-officio member of all committees. The President may appoint a parliamentarian to serve during
       his/her term of office.

       2. The Vice-President, in the absence of the President, shall preside at general and Executive Committee
       meetings of the Association and serve as a member of the Executive Committee.

       3. The Secretary shall maintain an up-to-date membership list, record the proceedings of each meeting
       of the Association, distribute minutes of each meeting and shall be responsible for maintaining
       Association records. The Secretary shall serve as a member of the Executive Committee.

       4. The Treasurer shall collect the annual membership fees, maintain the Association’s bank account, pay
       Association bills and present annually a report of the Association’s finances to the membership. The
       Treasurer shall serve as a member of the Executive Committee.

       5. The ADA representative to the topic selection committee will represent the ADA in Topic Committee
       matters. The topic representative shall serve as a member of the Executive Committee. The two-year
       term for this office shall begin August 1 following election.

SECTION 2. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the President, Vice-President, Secretary,
Treasurer, ADA Topic Representative, Parliamentarian, Vice President for Records and Vice President for
Public Affairs. Individuals who have retired from the faculty of member institutions may be elected as emeritus
members of the executive committee by a two-thirds vote of members present at the May meeting of the
Association.

SECTION 3. The Executive Committee shall set the agenda for meetings of the Association and act with
authority of the full Association on any matters requiring action between meetings of the Association, subject to
approval by the membership at the next scheduled meeting of the Association.

                                         ARTICLE IV. MEETINGS

SECTION 1. The Association shall meet during the summer (May-August) for the purpose of election officers
and revising the ‘Constitution and the Standing Rules of Debate Tournament Procedure.” Additionally, the
Association shall meet, at least once, during the Fall academic semester (September-December) and at least
once during the Spring academic semester (January-April).

SECTION 2. Written notice of the time and place of all meetings of the Association shall be given to all
institutional members at least two weeks prior to any meeting. This may include, but is not limited to,
announcement in the Newsletter.

SECTION 3. The President will issue the call to the annual business meeting at least one month prior to the date
of that meeting. All proposed changes to the Standing Rules or the Constitution must be received by the
President of the ADA no later than two weeks prior to the date of the annual business meeting. The President
will distribute received proposals to the membership as soon as practical. Motions received after the two week
deadline may be considered only by a suspension of the rules.

SECTION 4. General business shall be by a simple majority vote of members present and voting or represented
by proxy. Policies shall be effective after passage by the membership except that a mail ballot of the entire
membership may be directed by a two-thirds vote of the members present and voting or represented by proxy.
To be valid, with respect to policies or amendments to the Constitution or the Standing Rules, proxy votes must
comply with the following conditions:
       1. Member schools not attending a meeting of the Association may complete and sign a proxy statement
       which must indicate (a) the motion on which the vote is to be cast, and (b) the vote which is to be cast,
       for or against the motion.
       2. No member institution may vote more than five proxy votes in addition to its own vote.
       3. Proxies must be submitted to the Secretary at, or prior to, the start of the meeting.
       4. Proxies shall apply only to main motions and not to subsidiary motions.
       5. Should successful amendments to a main motion substantially alter its intent, the Chair may rule the
       proxy void.

SECTION 5. Unless otherwise provided in the Constitution, all proceedings shall be governed by Robert’s
Rules of Order.

                             ARTICLE V. ADA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT


SECTION 1. The ADA will sponsor a national tournament during the second semester.

SECTION 2. The executive committee of the ADA will administer the tournament.

                         ARTICLE VI. ORGANIZATION AND DISSOLUTION


SECTION 1. This Association is organized exclusively for educational purposes within the meaning of Section
501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954.

SECTION 2. Notwithstanding any other provisions of these articles, the Association shall not carry on any other
activities not permitted to be carried on:

       1. By any organization exempt from Federal income tax under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal
       Revenue Code of 1954 (or the corresponding provisions of any future United States Internal Revenue
       Law), or

       2. By any organization contributions to which are deductible under Section 170 (c) (2) of the Internal
       Revenue Code of 194 (or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue
       Law).

SECTION 3. Upon the winding up and dissolution of this corporation, after paying or adequately providing for
debts and obligations of the corporation, the remaining assets shall be distributed to a nonprofit fund,
foundation, or corporation which is organized and operated exclusively for charitable educational, religious,
and/or scientific purposes and which has established its tax exempt status under Section 501 (c) (3) of the
Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue
Law).

                                      ARTICLE VII. AMENDMENTS


SECTION 1. Amendments to this Constitution shall be made by a two-thirds vote of the members present and
voting or represented by proxy at the May meeting of the Association, or at the meeting of the Association at
the Annual Convention of the American Forensic Association, subject to approval by a two-thirds majority of a
mail ballot sent to the entire membership.
SECTION 2. Amendments and changes to the Standing Rules of Debate Tournament Procedures shall be made
by a simple majority of the members present and voting or represented by proxy at the May meeting of the
Association, or at the meeting of the Association at the Annual Convention of the American Forensic
Association, subject to approval by a simple majority of a mail ballot sent to the entire membership.

Revisions-American Debate Association Constitution

ADA Constitution approved May 17, 1988, Frederick, Maryland.
Revised by schools in attendance at Frederick, Maryland, May 18, 1989. Edward Grinder, O.S.B.

Revised by schools in attendance at Frederick, Maryland, May 17, 1990. Edward Grinder, O.S.B.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, November 2, 1991. Approved by
membership via mail ballot. Arnie Madsen.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Chicago, Illinois, October 30, 1992. Approved by
membership via mail ballot. Arnie Madsen.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Annapolis, Maryland, May 11, 1993. Approved by
membership via mail ballot. Arnie Madsen.

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 15, 1998. . Approved by
membership via mail ballot. Sue Wenzlaff

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 19, 2000. Approved by
membership via mail ballot. Brent Brossmann

Revised by action of schools attending the NCA meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, October 31, 2001. Approved by
membership via mail ballot. Brent Brossmann

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Fredericksburg, Virginia, May 17, 2002. Approved by
membership via mail ballot. Brent Brossmann

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Orlando, Florida. May 14, 2005. Approved by
membership via mail ballot. Michael Dutcher

Revised by action of schools attending ADA meeting in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. June 8, 2009.
Approved by membership via mail ballot. Jim Lyle.
                        ADA National Tournament Winners, 1988-2011
1988—Host: George Mason (Warren Decker)
                                                Junior Varsity
Varsity                                         1st—Harvard (McGee & Serrand)
1st—James Madison (Russell & Euchler)           2nd—Navy (Kennedy & Sharpe)
2nd—George Mason (Bennett & Stewart)
                                                Novice
Junior Varsity                                  1st—George Mason (Bullock & Davis)
1st—Wake Forest (Trachtenberg & Spears)         2nd—Dartmouth (Chandra & Hergott)
2nd—Odessa Junior College (King & Johnson)
                                                1992—Host: George Mason (Warren Decker)
Novice
1st—Henry Ford Community College (Lariviere &   Varsity
Kroetich)                                       1st—Wake Forest (Hull & Grant)
2nd—James Madison (Petrillo & Sprouse)          2nd—George Mason (Lang & Galloway)

1989—Host: George Mason (Warren Decker)         Junior Varsity
                                                1st—Harvard (Hayashi & Marson)
Varsity                                         2nd—George Mason (Bullock & Davis)
1st—George Mason (Stewart & Tuell)
2nd—George Washington (Delsignore &             Novice
Greenwald)                                      1st—Liberty (Milan & Vezmar)
                                                2nd—Boston College (Render & DiBella)
Junior Varsity
1st—James Madison (Emmert, Lacy; Petrillo,      1993—Host: Mary Washington College (John
Sprouse)                                        Morello)

Novice                                          Varsity
1st—Concordia (Borchert & Trautman)             1st—George Mason (Stables & Galloway)
2nd—Navy (Galloway & Miller)                    2nd—Wake (Flederman & Hull)

1990—Host: George Mason (Warren Decker)         Junior Varsity
                                                1st—Boston College (Ho & Paliath)
Varsity                                         2nd—Trinity (Hummel & Lopez)
1st—George Mason (Stewart & Murphy)
2nd—George Washington (Delsignore &             Novice
Greenwald)                                      1st—George Mason (Torneden & Winthrop)
                                                2nd--Liberty (Dickey & Smith)
Junior Varsity
1st—Northern Iowa (Kohn & Kyler)                1994—Host: James Madison University (Ron
2nd—James Madison (Ferris & Rhodes)             Wastyn)

Novice                                          Varsity
1st—Liberty (Sorenson & Edwards)                1st—George Mason (Galloway & Stables; George
2nd—Boston College (Paul & Brown)               Mason (Davis & Dutcher)

1991—Host: George Mason (Warren Decker)         Junior Varsity
                                                1st—George Mason (Krein & Hakala)
Varsity                                         2nd—James Madison (Smith & Tinsley)
1st—George Mason (Lang & Stables)
2nd—James Madison (Emmert & Pester)
Novice                                        2nd—Kentucky (Jensen & Ray)
1st—Boston College (Kamp & Maxson)
2nd—Liberty (Snell & Whiddon)                 Junior Varsity
                                              1st—George Mason (Adair & Kahng)
1995—Host: Boston College (John Katsulas)     2nd—Boston College (Cameratta & Fields)

Varsity                                       Novice
1st—Michigan (Dickler & Hessell)              1st—Methodist (Charpenter & Thomas)
2nd—Wake Forest (Cooper & Gartenstein-Ross)   2nd—Liberty (Twigg & Walker)

Junior Varsity                                1999—Host: Mary Washington College (Patrick
1st—Trinity (Lotz & Mesches)                  McMullen)
2nd—Liberty (Holter & Snell)
                                              Varsity:
Novice                                        1st—Harvard (Harrow & Schrage)
1st—Methodist (Kahl & Quach)                  2nd—Mary Washington (Grynavinski & Okonski)
2nd—Liberty (Durbin & Green)
                                              Junior Varsity:
1996—Host: Liberty University (Brett          1st—Liberty (Chwastyk & Twigg)
O’Donnell)                                    2nd—Methodist (Floyd & Thomas)

Varsity                                       Novice:
1st—Wake Forest (Cooper & Gartenstein-Ross)   1st—Liberty (Cooper & Meador)
2nd—Redlands (Lambrinos & Lundberg)           2nd—Catholic (Drew & Perreault)

Junior Varsity                                2000—Host: John Carroll University (Brent
1st—James Madison (Banach & Kingston)         Brossmann)
2nd—Liberty (Johnson & Tynes)
                                              Varsity:
Novice                                        1st—John Carroll (Lavelle & Sovacool)
1st—Methodist (Parmenter & Staiti)            2nd—Michigan (Sammartino & Stucka)
2nd—Liberty (Hampton & Martin)
                                              Junior Varisty
1997—Host: King’s College (Michael Berry)     1st—Liberty (Cooper & Meador)
                                              2nd—Catholic (Poliseno & Waldinger)
Varsity
1st—Liberty (Lawrence & Snell)                Novice:
2nd—James Madison (Agnat & Minkove)           1st— GeorgeMason (Ware & Westrom)
                                              2nd—Liberty (Jones & MacNevin)
Junior Varsity
1st—Navy (Fornter & Wolynski)                 2001—Host: Clarion University of Pennsylvania
2nd—Trinity (Low & Puls)                      (Anand Rao)

Novice                                        Varsity:
1st—George Mason (Igiel & Sarratt)            1st—Catholic (Dunn & Pomorski)
2nd—Liberty (Dacharux & Tilley)               2nd—Liberty (Ausland & Ross)

1998—Host: University of Georgia (Edward      Junior Varsity:
Panetta)                                      1st—Liberty (Jones & Trask)
                                              2nd—Boston College (Hartzell & Williams)
Varsity
1st—Emory (Hansford & Sahni)
Novice:                                           Junior Varsity
1st— Mary Washington (Hagan, Nagy, Uhlenhopp,     1st-- Mary Washington (Grant & Ryan)
Woods)                                            2nd—Liberty (Costa & Koch)

2002—Host: Methodist (Todd Lyden)                 Novice
                                                  1st—Liberty (Hamann & Porter-Stransky)
Varsity                                           2nd—Clarion (Dummett & Zezulewicz)
1st—Emory (Nasreddine & Phillips)
2nd—Catholic ( Dunn & Pomorski)                   2006—Host: University of Michigan, Dearborn
                                                  (Sue Wenzlaff)
Junior Varsity
1st—Trinity (Denton & Downing)                    Varsity
2nd—John Carroll (Grossman & Thomas)              1st—George Washington (Wallace & Linder)
                                                  2nd—Mary Washington (Woods & Struth)
Novice
1st--Mary Washington (Jahagidar & Packer)         Junior Varsity
2nd—Liberty (Aurelio & Surrat)                    1st—Clarion (Dummett & Zezulewicz)
                                                  2nd—Wayne State (Jankowski & Pasquinelli)
2003—Host: Boston College (John Katsulas)
                                                  Novice
Varsity                                           1st –John Carroll (McClure & Schroeder)
1st—Catholic (Pomorski & Dunn; Waldinger &        2nd –George Mason (Golden & Haider)
Strait)
                                                  2007—Host: Liberty University (Michael Hall)
Junior Varsity
1st—Mary Washington (Nagy & Woods)                Varsity
2nd—Liberty (Kraus & Lind)                        1sr—Wayne State (Murillo & Timmons)
                                                  2nd---University of Georgia (Culpepper &
Novice                                            Rabinowitz)
1st—Liberty (Hoban & Hurter; Liberty Azevedo &
Burns)                                            Junior Varsity
                                                  1st—Wake Forest (Macnamara & Rothman)
2004—Host: George Mason (Warren Decker)           2nd—Liberty University (Bender & Dillard)

Varsity                                           Novice
1st— George Washington (Wallace & Linder)         1st—Liberty University (Fitzgerald & Smith)
2nd—Liberty (Kraus & Lind)                        2nd—Mary Washington (Carlton & Gardin)

Junior Varsity                                    2008—Host: James Madison University (Michael
1st-- Liberty (Hoban & Hurter)                    Davis)
2nd--Mary Washington (Packer & Golladay)
                                                  Varsity
Novice                                            1st—Emory University (Miller & Schwab)
1st—Liberty (Costa & Jackson; Baldis & Shirkey)   2nd—Richmond (Lauzon & Smith)

2005—Host: University of Georgia (Edward          Junior Varsity
Panetta)                                          1st—Liberty (Dillard & Garrett)
                                                  2nd—Binghamton (Crossan & Ostrovsky)
Varsity
1st— Emory University (Greenstein & Palomo)       Novice
2nd— George Washington (Wallace & Linder)         1st—Binghamton (Groh & Tucker)
                                                  2nd—Mary Washington (Saunders & Slattery)
                                                   1st— Vanderbilt (Gressly & Rehman)
2009—Host: Appalachian State University (Kris      2nd—Mary Washington (Chen & Greene)
& Miriam Willis)

Varsity
1st—Mary Washington (Kallmyer & Struth)
2nd—Vanderbilt (Brown & Norris)

Junior Varsity
1st—Liberty (Atkins & Jordan; Fitzgerald &
Hagwood)

Novice
1st—Clarion (Picardi & Salim)
2nd—Liberty (Lacaze & Thompson)

2010—Host: Vanderbilt University (ML
Sandoz)

Varsity
1st— Vanderbilt (Brown & Norris)
2nd— Mary Washington (Kallmyer & Susko)

Junior Varsity
1st—Boston College (Aruda & Benedict)
2nd—Trinity (Bram & Dupont)

Novice
1st— Liberty (Butler & Warren; Landrum &
Siegrist)

2011—Host: James Madison (Michael Davis)

Varsity
1st— Vanderbilt (Brown & Norris)
2nd— University of Texas, Dallas (Baker & Roark)

Junior Varsity
1st—Liberty (Landrum & Siegrist)
2nd—George Mason (Frank& Kyagaba)

Novice
                      ADA National Tournament Top Speakers, 1988-2011
Novice Top Speakers                             2007   Ross Garrett, Liberty
                                                2008   Sebestian Rodriguez, Binghamton
1987   Francis Dean, George Mason               2009   Brad Meloche, Wayne State
1988                                            2010   Kelsey Averill, US Naval Academy
1989   Miller, Navy                             2011   Aaron Siegrist, Liberty
1990   Charles Morris, Boston College
1991   Herbott, Dartmouth                       Varsity Top Speakers
1992   Brian Gibbons, Liberty
1993   Kathy Dutt, Boston College               1987    Leonard Bennett, George Mason
1994   R.J. Snell, Liberty                      1988    Leonard Bennett, George Mason
1995   Amy Palermo, Liberty                     1989   Al Stewart, George Mason
1996   David Staiti, Methodist                  1990   Al Stewart, George Mason
1997   Jay Igiel, George Mason                  1991   Ed Lang, George Mason
1998   Jeremy Bowers, South Carolina            1992   Ed Lang, George Mason
1999   David Cooper, Liberty                    1993   Gordon Stables, George Mason
2000   Heather Westrom, George Mason            1994   Ryan Galloway, George Mason
2001   Anna McCrery, Catholic                   1995   Mike Dickler, Michigan
2002   Amanda Kimble, George Mason              1996   Chris Lundberg, Redlands
2003   Melissa Hurter, Liberty                  1997   R.J. Snell, Liberty
2004   Glen Koch, Liberty                       1998   Anjan Sahni, Emory
2005   Bill Dummett, Clarion                    1999   John Willemin, James Madison
2006   Jenni Thurman, Liberty                   2000   Ben Sovacool, John Carroll
2007   Casey Sheldon, Navy                      2001   Mike Pomorski, Catholic
2008   Richard Waller, Vanderbilt               2002   Stephanie Gerali, Wayne State
2009   Kate Lacaze, Liberty                     2003   Mike Pomorski, Catholic
2010   Andrew Butler, Liberty                   2004   Mike Wietz, Wayne State
2011   Saad Rehman, Vanderbilt                  2005   Mike Greenstein, Emory
                                                2006   Brian Linder, George Washington
Junior Varsity Top Speakers                     2007   Brent Culpepper, University of Georgia
                                                2008   Alex Parkinson, Harvard
1987 Glenn Greenwald, George Washington         2009   Matt Struth, Mary Washington
1988                                            2010   Kevin Kallmyer, Mary Washington
1989 J.P. Lacy, James Madison                   2011   Michael Leap, Wayne State
1990 Spears, Odessa
1991 Bennett, George Mason
1992 Debbie Bullock, George Mason
1993 Wenyu Ho, Boston College
1994 Pete Krein, George Mason
1995 R.J. Snell, Liberty
1996 Fred Speers, Mary Washington
1997 Andy Puls, Trinity
1998 Je’Mara Atwood, Liberty
1999 J. Marks, Binghamton
2000 Patrick Waldinger, Catholic
2001 Kerry Coleman, Catholic
2002 Mel Chandler, South Carolina
2003 Nick Dorsey, Case Western
2004 Melissa Hurter, Liberty
2005 Nick Ryan, Univ of Mary Washington
2006 Cole Bender, Liberty
                                Final ADA Point Standings

1985-1986                       5. Georgetown University          2. George Washington
                                6. University of Pennsylvania     University
Varsity                         7. Liberty University             3. U.S. Naval Academy
1.George Mason University       8. University of Scranton         4. James Madison University
2. West Virginia University     9. University of Virginia         5. University of Pennsylvania
3. University of Pittsburgh     10. Central Michigan University   6. Georgetown University
4. James Madison University                                       7. University of Pittsburgh
5. U.S. Naval Academy           Junior Varsity                    8. Liberty University
6. Penn State University        1.George Washington               9. Wake Forest University
7. University of Virginia       University                        10. University of Virginia
8. Alderson-Broaddus College    2. George Mason University
9. University of Pennsylvania   3. University of Virginia         Junior Varsity
10. University of Scranton      4. U.S. Naval Academy             1. U.S. Naval Academy
                                5. James Madison University       2. George Mason University
Junior Varsity                  6. Liberty University             3. James Madison University
1. George Mason University      7. Penn State University          4. George Washington
2. U.S. Naval Academy           8. Washington & Lee               University
3. Liberty University           University                        5. University of Virginia
4. James Madison University     9. Mary Washington College        6. University of Pittsburgh
5. George Washington            10. Central Michigan University   7. Mary Washington College
University                                                        8. St. Vincent College
6. Fairmont State College       Novice                            9. Howard University
7. University of Virginia       1.George Mason University         10. Odessa College
8. West Virginia University     2. George Washington
9. Washington & Lee             University                        Novice
University                      3. U.S. Naval Academy             1. U.S. Naval Academy
10. St. Vincent College         4. St. Vincent College            2. George Mason University
                                5. Liberty University             3. James Madison University
Novice                          6. University of Virginia         4. Mary Washington College
1.James Madison University      7. Mary Washington College        5. Liberty University
2. George Mason University      8. Central Michigan University    6. St. Vincent College
3. Liberty University           9. James Madison University       7. King’s College
4. Alderson-Broaddus College    10. Henry Ford CC                 8. Penn State University
5. U.S. Naval Academy                                             9. Wake Forest University
6. John Carroll University      Sweepstakes                       10. George Washington
7. Fairmont State College       1.George Mason University         University
8. Randolph Macon College       2. U.S. Naval Academy
9. Henry Ford CC                3. George Washington              Sweepstakes
10. Penn State University       University                        1. U.S. Naval Academy
                                4. James Madison University       2. George Mason University
1986-1987                       5. University of Virginia         3. James Madison University
                                                                  4. George Washington
Varsity                         1987-1988                         University
1.George Mason University                                         5. Liberty University
2. James Madison University     Varsity
3. U.S. Naval Academy           1. George Mason University        1988-1989
4. Boston College
Varsity                           2. George Mason University      6. University of Pennsylvania
1.University of Pennsylvania      3. George Washington            7. Wake Forest University
2. George Washington              University                      8. Mary Washington College
University                        4. University of Pennsylvania   9. King’s College
3. James Madison University       5. Liberty University           10. Baylor University
4. George Mason University        6. Wake Forest University
5. U.S. Naval Academy             7. Boston College               Junior Varsity
6. University of Pittsburgh       8. U.S. Naval Academy           1.George Mason University
7. Liberty University             9. King’s College               2. James Madison University
8. Boston College                 10. St. Vincent College         3. Mary Washington College
9. La Verne College                                               4. Liberty University
10. University of Georgia         Junior Varsity                  5. Boston College
                                  1.George Mason University       6. U.S. Naval Academy
Junior Varsity                    2. Liberty University           7. George Washington
1.George Washington               3. U.S. Naval Academy           University
University                        4. James Madison University     8. Randolph Macon College
2. George Mason University        5. Mary Washington College      9. Harvard University
3. University of Virginia         6. George Washington            10. University of Scranton
4. U.S. Naval Academy             University
5. James Madison University       7. St. Vincent College          Novice
6. Liberty University             8. Odessa College               1.Liberty
7. Penn State University          9. Boston College               2. George Mason University
8. Washington & Lee               10. Washburn College            3. Dartmouth College
University                                                        4. Boston College
9. Mary Washington College        Novice                          5. U.S. Naval Academy
10. Central Michigan University   1.Boston College                6. Randolph Macon College
                                  2. U.S. Naval Academy           7. Mary Washington College
Novice                            3. Liberty University           8. Bridgewater College
1. U.S. Naval Academy             4. George Mason University      9. Pace University
2. Liberty University             5. Mary Washington College      10. James Madison University
3. George Mason University        6. Randolph Macon College
4. George Washington              7. Fairmont College             Sweepstakes
University                        8. James Madison University     1.George Mason University
5. St. Vincent College            9. St. Vincent College          2. Liberty University
6. University of Scranton         10. Grand Rapids CC             3. James Madison University
7. Mary Washington College                                        4. Mary Washington College
8. Old Dominion College           Sweepstakes                     5. Boston College
9. Penn State University          1.George Mason University
10. Dartmouth College             2. James Madison University     1991-1992
                                  3. Liberty University
Sweepstakes                       4. U.S. Naval Academy           Varsity
1.George Mason University         5. Boston College               1.George Mason University
2. U.S. Naval Academy                                             2. James Madison University
3. George Washington              1990-1991                       3. Mary Washington College
University                                                        4. U.S. Naval Academy
4. James Madison University       Varsity                         5. Liberty University
5. University of Virginia         1.James Madison University      6. Wake Forest University
                                  2. George Mason University      7. George Washington
1989-1990                         3. George Washington            University
                                  University                      8. Georgetown University
Varsity                           4. Liberty University           9. Baylor University
1.James Madison University        5. Georgetown University        10. Trinity University
                               4. Liberty University         8. Mary Washington College
Junior Varsity                 5. George Mason University    9. West Virginia University
1.Boston College               6. Wake Forest University     10. University of Scranton
2. George Mason University     7. James Madison University
3. Mary Washington College     8. Grand Rapids CC            Novice
4. George Washington College   9. U.S. Naval Academy         1.Boston College
5. Liberty University          10. University of Scranton    2. Liberty University
6. James Madison University                                  3. U.S. Naval Academy
7. U.S. Naval Academy          Novice                        4. George Mason University
8. Dartmouth College           1.Boston College              5. King’s College
9. Grand Rapids CC             2. Liberty University         6. Mary Washington College
10. University of Scranton     3. U.S. Naval Academy         7. Fairmont State College
                               4. George Mason University    8. Bridgewater College
Novice                         5. King’s College             9. Randolph Macon College
1.Liberty University           6. West Virginia University   10. West Virginia University
2. Boston College              7. Henry Ford CC
3. George Mason University     8. Mary Washington College    Sweepstakes
4. U.S. Naval Academy          9. Bridgewater College        1.George Mason University
5. Mary Washington College     10. Mansfield College         2. Liberty University
6. Grand Rapids CC                                           3. Boston College
7. James Madison University    Sweepstakes                   4. Mary Washington College
8. Dartmouth College           1.Boston College              5. U.S. Naval Academy
9. Alderson-Broaddus College   2. George Mason University
10. Methodist College          3. Liberty University         1994-1995
                               4. U.S. Naval Academy
Sweepstakes                    5. George Washington          Varsity
1.George Mason University      University                    1.George Washington
2. Liberty University                                        University
3. Boston College              1993-1994                     2. James Madison University
4. Mary Washington College                                   3. George Mason University
5. U.S. Naval Academy          Varsity                       4. Liberty University
                               1.George Washington           5. University of Pittsburgh
1992-1993                      University                    6. King’s College
                               2. George Mason University    7. Wake Forest University
Varsity                        3. Mary Washington College    8. Boston College
1.George Mason University      4. Liberty University         9. Georgetown University
2. George Washington           5. James Madison University   10. Old Dominion College
University                     6. University of Pittsburgh
3. Mary Washington College     7. Dartmouth College          Junior Varsity
4. U.S. Naval Academy          8. Wake Forest University     1.Liberty University
5. Wake Forest University      9. King’s College             2. Mary Washington College
6. Boston College              10. West Georgia College      3. George Washington
7. King’s College                                            University
8. James Madison University    Junior Varsity                4. James Madison University
9. University of Pittsburgh    1.George Mason University     5. Boston College
10. Trinity University         2. Boston College             6. U.S. Naval Academy
                               3. Liberty University         7. Methodist College
Junior Varsity                 4. James Madison University   8. George Mason University
1.Boston College               5. U.S. Naval Academy         9. West Virginia University
2. George Washington           6. George Washington          10. Duquesne University
University                     University
3. Mary Washington College     7. King’s College             Novice
1.George Mason University      6. George Mason University        5. Boston College
2. Liberty University          6. James Madison University       6. Wake Forest University
3. U.S. Naval Academy          7. Wake Forest University         7. Clarion University
4. Methodist College           8. Hampton University             8. Cornell University
5. Boston College              9. Bridgewater College            9. Methodist College
6. James Madison University    10. Duquesne University           10. James Madison University
7. Duquesne University
8. Hampton University          Sweepstakes                       Sweepstakes
9. Henry Ford CC               1.Liberty University              1. Liberty University
                               2. Mary Washington College        2. U.S. Naval Academy
Sweepstakes                    3. U.S. Naval Academy             3. Mary Washington College
1.Liberty University           4 George Mason University         4. James Madison University
2.George Mason University      5. Boston College                 5. Boston College
3. James Madison University    6. James Madison University       6. George Washington
4. George Washington           7. George Washington              University
University                     University                        7. Wake Forest University
5. U.S. Naval Academy          8. Wake Forest University         8. James Madison University
                               9. Methodist College              9. Cornell University
1995-1996                                                        10. King’s College
                               1996-1997
Varsity                                                          1997-1998
1.Liberty University           Varsity
2. George Washington           1.George Washington               Varsity
University                     University                        1.Liberty University
3. Wake Forest University      2.Liberty University              2. George Mason University
4. Mary Washington College     3.George Mason University         3. George Washington
5. James Madison University    4. Mary Washington College        University
6. George Mason University     5. University of Georgia          4. Trinity University
7. King’s College              6. King’s College                 5. Emory University
8. University of Pittsburgh    7. University of Pittsburgh       6. Wayne State University
9. U.S. Naval Academy          8. James Madison University       7. Mary Washington College
10. Boston College             9. Trinity University             8. Boston College
                               10. Wayne State University        9. Samford University
Junior Varsity                                                   10. Georgetown University
1.George Mason University      Junior Varsity
2. Mary Washington College     1.Liberty University              Junior Varsity
3. Liberty University          2. U.S. Naval Academy             1.Liberty University
4. Boston College              3. Boston College                 2. Boston College
5. U.S. Naval Academy          4. George Washington              3. George Mason University
6. James Madison University    University                        4. Mary Washington College
7. Methodist College           5. Mary Washington College        5. U.S. Naval Academy
8. Hampton College             6. University of South Carolina   6. Penn State University
9. George Washington           7. Trinity University             7. Cornell University
University                     8. Boston College                 8. Duke University
10. West Virginia University   9. Fairmont College               9. University of Pittsburgh
                               10. Cornell University            10. University of South
Novice                                                           Carolina
1.Liberty University           Novice
2. U.S. Naval Academy          1.Liberty University              Novice
3. Methodist College           2. George Mason University        1.Liberty University
4. Boston College              3. Mary Washington College        2. U.S. Naval Academy
5. Mary Washington College     4. U.S. Naval Academy             3. George Mason University
4. Methodist College              4. University of Pittsburgh    5. Cornell University
5. University of South Carolina   5. West Virginia University    6. George Mason University
6. Mary Washington College        6. Mary Washington College     7. West Virginia University
7. Towson University              7. George Mason University     8. U.S. Naval Academy
8. Boston College                 8. Methodist College           9. University of Pittsburgh
9. University of Pittsburgh       9. Clarion University          10. Wheaton College
10. Clarion University            10. University of Rochester
                                                                 Sweepstakes
Sweepstakes                       Sweepstakes                    1. Catholic University
1.Liberty University              1.Liberty University           2. Liberty University
2. George Mason University        2. U.S. Naval Academy          3. University of Pittsburgh
3. U.S. Naval Academy             3. George Mason University     4. George Mason University
4. Boston College                 4. University of Pittsburgh    5. Boston College
5. Mary Washington College        5. Catholic University         6. West Virginia University
6. George Washington              6. West Virginia University    7. Cornell University
University                        7. Boston College              8. John Carroll University
7. University of South Carolina   8. Mary Washington College     9. Wake Forest University
8. University of Pittsburgh       9. Methodist College           10. University of Rochester
9. Cornell University             10. James Madison University
10. Trinity University                                           2000-2001
                                  1999-2000
1998-1999                                                        Varsity
                                  Varsity
Varsity                           1.University of Pittsburgh     1. Catholic University
1.James Madison University        2. Catholic University         2. John Carroll University
2. University of Pittsburgh       3. Liberty University          3. Liberty University
3. Liberty University             4. George Mason University     4. U.S. Naval Academy
4. George Washington              5. John Carroll University     5. George Washington
University                        6. Wake Forest University      University
5. Wake Forest University         7. Wayne State University      6. George Mason University
6. John Carroll University        8. Trinity University          6. University of Pittsburgh
7. George Mason University        9. University of Michigan      8. Miami University-Ohio
8. Boston College                 10. George Washington          9. Wake Forest University
9. Harvard                        University                     10. James Madison University
10. U.S. Naval Academy
                                  Junior Varsity                 Junior Varsity
Junior Varsity                    1.Liberty University
1.Liberty University              2. Catholic University         1. Catholic University
2. George Mason University        3. University of Pittsburgh    2. Liberty University
3. U.S. Naval Academy             4. George Mason University     3. West Virginia University
4. Methodist College              5. West Virginia University    4. Boston College
5. West Virginia University       6. University of Rochester     5. George Mason University
6. Penn State University          7. John Carroll University     6. University of Pittsburgh
7. Allegheny University           8. Methodist College           7. Mary Washington College
8. Boston College                 9. Army                        8. Cornell University
9. Catholic University            10. Penn State University      9. Trinity University
10. Cornell University                                           10. Army
                                  Novice
Novice                            1.Catholic University          Novice
1.Liberty University              2. Liberty University
2. Catholic University            3. Boston College              1. Catholic University
3. U.S. Naval Academy             4. Clarion University          2. Mary Washington College
3. Liberty University             4. Army                       4. Mary Washington College
4. West Virginia University       5. West Virginia University   5. West Virginia University
5. Army                           6. George Mason University    6. Army
6. U.S. Naval Academy             7. Catholic University        7. Wake Forest University
7. John Carroll University        8. Wayne State University     8. Binghamton
8. University of Louisville       9. Boston College              9. Cornell University
9. Cornell University             10.University of Vermont      10. Clarion University
10. Methodist College
                                  Grand Sweepstakes             Grand Sweepstakes
Grand Sweepstakes                 1.Liberty University          1. Catholic University
                                  2. Catholic University        2. Liberty University
1. Catholic University            3. University of Rochester    3. Mary Washington College
2. Liberty University             4. Mary Washington College    4. University of Rochester
3. Mary Washington College        5. George Mason University    5. John Carroll University
4. West Virginia University       6. West Virginia University   6. George Mason University
5. U.S. Naval Academy             7. Army                       7. West Virginia University
6. Cornell University             8. Wayne State University     8. Army
7. John Carroll University        9. University of Pittsburgh   9. Cornell University
8. University of Pittsburgh       10.Trinity University         10. University of Richmond
9. Boston College
10. Army                          2002-2003                     2003-2004

2001-2002                         Varsity                       Varsity
                                  1. Catholic University        1. Liberty University
Varsity                           2. University of Pittsburgh   2. Trinity University
1. University of Pittsburgh       3. Liberty University         3. George Washington
2. Catholic University            4. University of Rochester    University
3. Liberty University             5. John Carroll University    4. Wayne State University
4. Wayne State University         6. Army                       5. Case Western Reserve
5. University of Rochester        7. James Madison              University
6. Cornell University             8. George Mason University    6. Army
7. Emory University               9. Miami- Ohio                7. Pittsburgh
8. Mary Washington College        10. Mary Washington College   8. Richmond
9. West Virginia University                                     9. Georgetown
10. George Mason University       Junior Varsity                10. Boston College
                                  1. Liberty University
Junior Varsity                    2. Catholic University        Junior Varsity
1. Catholic University            3. Mary Washington College    1. Liberty University
2. Liberty University             4. University of Rochester    2. University of Rochester
3. George Mason University        5. Boston College             3. George Mason University
4. University of Rochester        6. George Mason University    4. Mary Washington
5. John Carroll University        7. University of Richmond     5. Catholic University
6. West Virginia University       8. West Virginia University   6. Mary Washington
7. University of South Carolina   9. Cornell University         7. Clarion
8. Mary Washington College        10. George Washington         8. George Mason
9. Army                           University                    9. Cornell
10. Trinity University                                          10. John Carroll
                                  Novice
Novice                            1. Liberty University         Novice
1.University of Rochester         2. Catholic University        1. Liberty University
2. Liberty University             3. John Carroll University    2. George Mason University
3. Mary Washington College                                      3. Catholic University
4. John Carroll University   6 Cornell              8. Vanderbilt
5. University of Rochester   7 George Mason         9. Michigan-Dearborn
6. Navy                      8 Towson               10. James Madison
7. Mary Washington           9 Rochester                Towson
8. Binghamton                10 James Madison
 9. Cornell                                         Grand Sweepstakes
10. Army                     Grand Sweepstakes      1. Liberty
                             1 Liberty              2. Wayne State
Grand Sweepstakes            2 Mary Washington      3. Mary Washington
1. Liberty University        3 Army                 4. Clarion
2. University of Rochester   4 Clarion              5. John Carroll
3. George Mason University   5 Binghamton           6. George Mason
4. Mary Washington           6 Cornell              7. Binghamton
5. Catholic University       7 Wayne State          8. Pittsburgh
6. Army                      8 Pittsburgh           9. Catholic
7. Boston College            9 Trinity              10. Army
8.John Carroll               10 Rochester
9.Pittsburgh                                        2006-2007
10. Wayne State              2005-2006
                                                    Varsity
2004-2005                    Varsity                1. Mary Washington
                             1. Wayne State         2. Wayne State
Varsity                      2. Mary Washington     3. Wake Forest
1 Wayne State                3. Michigan State      4. Liberty
2 Mary Washington            4. Trinity             5. Samford
3 Pittsburgh                 5. Liberty             6. Pittsburgh
4 Cornell                    6. Miami-Ohio          7. Georgia
5 Georgia                    7. Pittsburgh          8. Richmond
6 Liberty                    8. Catholic            9. Miami, Ohio
7 Army                       9. George Washington   10. Michigan State
8 John Carroll               10. Concordia
9 Emory                                             Junior Varsity
10 Samford                   Junior Varsity         1. Liberty
                             1. Liberty             2. John Carroll
Junior Varsity               2. Mary Washington     3. Wayne State
1 Liberty                    3. Clarion             4. George Mason
2 Mary Washington            4. Wayne State         5. Boston College
3 Trinity                    5. George Mason        6. Binghamton
4 Binghamton                 6. Binghamton          7. Navy
5 Army                       7. Towson              8. Clarion
6 Pittsburgh                 8. Pittsburgh          9. Army
7 Clarion                    9. Catholic            9. James Madison
8 Georgetown                 10. Michigan-Dearbon
9 Wayne State                                       Novice
10 Towson                    Novice                 1.Liberty
                             1.Liberty              2. Mary Washington
Novice                       2. John Carroll        3. John Carroll
1 Liberty                    3. Wayne State         4. Navy
2 Clarion                    4. George Mason        5. George Mason
3 Mary Washington            5. Binghamton          6. Army
4 Army                       6. Clarion             7. James Madison
5 Binghamton                 7. Army                8. King’s
9. Clarion             10. Emory              Grand Sweepstakes
10. Boston College                            1. Liberty
                       Grand Sweepstakes      2. Mary Washington
Grand Sweepstakes      1. Liberty             3. George Mason
1. Liberty             2. Binghamton          4. Clarion
2. Mary Washington     3. Mary Washington     5. James Madison
3. John Carroll        4. James Madison       6. Wayne State
4. Wayne State         5. George Mason        7. Vanderbilt
5. Wake Forest         6. Wayne State         8. Emory
6. Clarion             7. Vanderbilt          9. John Carroll
7. Boston College      8. Emory               10. Wake Forest
  Navy                 9. Appalachian State
9. George Mason        10. Richmond           2009-2010
10. James Madison
                       2008-2009              Varsity
2007-2008                                     1. Liberty
                       Varsity                2. Emory
Varsity                1. Liberty             3. George Mason
1. Wayne State         2. Mary Washington     4. Mary Washington
2. Mary Washington     3. Wake Forest         5. Vanderbilt
3. Binghamton          4. James Madison       6. Harvard
4. Emory               5. Wayne State         7. James Madison
5. Liberty             6. Emory               8. Wayne State
6. Georgia             7. George Mason        9. Georgia State
7. Richmond            8. Georgia             10. Wake Forest
8. James Madison       9. Vanderbilt
9. Wake Forest         10. West Virginia      Junior Varsity
10. Harvard                                   1. Liberty
                       Junior Varsity         2. James Madison
                       1. Liberty             3. Wayne State
Junior Varsity         2. Mary Washington     4. George Mason
1. Liberty             3. George Mason        5. West Virginia
2. Binghamton          4. Clarion             6. Georgia State
3. James Madison       5. Wayne State         7. Clarion
4. Mary Washington     6. Emory               8. Trinity
5. George Mason        7. James Madison       9. Samford
6. Appalachian State   8. Appalachian State   10. Vanderbilt
7. Clarion             9. Samford
8. John Carroll        10. Miami-Ohio         Novice
9. Trinity                                    1. Liberty
10. Vanderbilt         Novice                 2. James Madison
                       1. Liberty             3. George Mason
Novice                 2. Clarion             4. Vanderbilt
1. Liberty             3. George Mason        5. John Carroll
2. Mary Washington     4. James Madison       6. Wayne State
3. Vanderbilt          5. Mary Washington     7. Appalachian State
4. Binghamton          6. John Carroll        8. Clarion
5. Boston College      7. Vanderbilt          9. Navy
6. George Mason        8. Boston College      10. West Virginia
7. Clarion             9. Appalachian State
8. Appalachian State   10. Navy               Grand Sweepstakes
9. James Madison                              1. Liberty
2. James Madison     8. Harvard             4. Mary Washington
3. George Mason      9. George Washington   5. James Madison
4. Wayne State       10. Pittsburgh         6. John Carroll
5. Vanderbilt                               7t. Georgia
6. Clarion           Junior Varsity         7t. Louisville
7. Georgia State     1. Liberty             9. Florida
8. Mary Washington   2. James Madison       10. West Virginia
9. Emory             3. George Mason
10. West Virginia    4. Samford             Grand Sweepstakes
                     5. Wayne State         1. Liberty
2010-2011            6. USF                 2. George Mason
                     7. Vanderbilt          3. James Madison
Varsity              8. John Carroll        4. Mary Washington
1. Liberty           9. Florida             5. Vanderbilt
2. Mary Washington   10. Boston College     6. Wayne State
3. Wake Forest                              7. John Carroll
4. Wayne State       Novice                 8. Wake Forest
5. George Mason      1. Liberty             9. Samford
6. Clarion           2. Vanderbilt          10. Clarion
7. James Madison     3. George Mason
         In Memoriam



        Peter Daniel Krein
    George Mason University
   July 19, 1975 - June 9, 2011



    Anthony John Marsowicz
     University of Pittsburgh
February 8, 1974 - March 20, 2011

								
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