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					60th Annual - National Debate Tournament
                        March 24-27, 2006




   Northwestern
    University


                            2006 National Debate Tournament 1
                      60th Annual
              National Debate Tournament
                            March 24-27, 2006


                     Northwestern University
                              Evanston, Illinois




Resolved: The United States Federal government should substantially increase diplo-
matic and economic pressure on the People's Republic of China in one or more of the
following areas: trade, human rights, weapons nonproliferation, Taiwan.

                                                 Design and :Photo by Allan Louden, Wake Forest University


                                                                 2006 National Debate Tournament 2
      The NDT Turns 60—A Short History
I  n 1947, it was unusual to find debate teams crossing the country or meeting a rival team
more than once or twice. Most debate tournaments were local or regional in nature. There
was no place where top teams from across the country could compete. The West Point Na-
tional Intercollegiate Tournament was organized and conducted by the United States Military
Academy to provide such an experience-where top teams from across the nation could meet.
The tournament rules were determined by West Point Administration in consultation with
such debate coaches as A. Craig Baird of the University of Iowa, G.M. Musgrave of Des
Moines, Alan Nichols of USC, E.R. Nichols of the University of Redlands, and Joseph
a'Brien of Pennsylvania State University.

Seven regions were set up to identify top teams, and select 29 colleges to participate in five seeding rounds and four
elims over a three-day period. Some of the features of the tournament stipulated that no school would meet a school
within 500 miles of itself during the seeding rounds and that no coach would judge a school from his or her own dis-
trict. Several traditions started at West Point remain in practice today: the "big board," oral announcement of pair-
ings, and three judges in each preliminary round.

West Point administered the tournament for the first twenty years of its history. Initially there were no fees; housing
and meals were provided by the Academy. For the first years coaches stayed in the homes of Academy officers. All
entertainment facilities on the base were free, except for the Post Theatre, which charged 15 cents a movie (Debaters
Magazine, 1947). During these years the tournament was expanded from 29 to 38 teams. After a series of tab room
errors, a committee of coaches was set up to "review" the results of the prelims before elim rounds began (Parson,
"The NDT at Fifty").

The Early Years: 1967-1974: In 1966, West Point Commandant William Westmoreland informed George
Ziegelmueller, then President of the American Forensic Association, that the Academy would no longer host the
tournament. The reason cited was "budget constraints," and the decision came as a complete surprise to the forensic
community. Four coaches, Annabel Hagood of Alabama, Herb James of Dartmouth, William Reynolds of George-
town and Ziegelmueller of Wayne State formed an interim transition committee, with Hagood and James focusing
on the problem of finance.

The early years of the AF A sponsored tournament (1967 -1975) were marked by coaches planning, setting guide-
lines and eligibility rules, searching for a director as well as a tournament site; they were years of change. The first
chair of what became the National Debate Tournament Committee was Annabel Hagood, and the first NDT Direc-
tor, Stan Rives. The initial committee assumption was that it would pick a different director for each year. Follow-
ing Rives as director were Richard Rieke in 1968 at Brooklyn College, Roger Hufford in 1969 at Northern Illinois,
Dave Matheny in 1970 at the University of Houston, and John Lehman in 1971 at Macalester College and again in
1972 at the University of Utah. This period was marked by the development of coaches' responsibility for all as-
pects of the tournament, which was renamed The National Debate Tournament.

Beginning in 1970, it was possible for a school to have two of its teams qualify to the NDT; this occurred after
much heated debate (and a fear that some school would "close-out" the NDT which apparently would constitute an
embarrassment).

Districts were reconstituted but remained eight in number until a new district (District IX) representing the Rocky
Mountain States was added, and an initial allotment of bids for each district was negotiated. The NDT Committee
sought a way to recognize teams achieving outstanding records throughout the season, and the first round at-large
bids were invented to begin operation in 1971. Initially the Committee proposed a list of 10 major tournaments
during the year, the winner of which would get an automatic bid to the NDT; since a team might win more than
one tournament, the second place would bid if the winner had already received one. With some disagreements over
which constituted the top ten tournaments for a particular year, this system worked for two years. In 1973 the Com-
mittee had changed to the current system—having 16 bids awarded on the basis of a team’s full season record.

During the early 1970s there was movement to adopt a format which allowed direct questioning of each speaker,
and the cross-exam format was adopted for the 1976 NDT.
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The Later Years: 1975-2001: Merwyn Hayes of Wake Forest directed
the NDT in 1973 and 1974. After his surprise resignation in the fall of
1974, a member of his tab room staff, Mike Hazen of Wake Forest was
chosen to direct the NDT, a post he held until 1983. The tournament re-
mained the same size (62 teams; it had been increased from 46 teams in
1973), and used the same method of pairing (high-high power match in odd
numbered rounds; high- low within brackets for even numbered rounds). It
also placed the same number of teams in the elimination rounds: 16.

David Zarefsky of Northwestern replaced Hazen as director, and ran the tournament from 1984 until 1989. The
size of the tournament moved from 62 teams to 74 teams by 1988 and the elimination rounds expanded to include
all reams with five wins and thirteen ballots. This was also the decade of the first experiment with computer tabula-
tion, and it occurred at the 1988 tournament (Zarefsky interview).

Gary Larson had developed a computer program for pairing and judge placement, but it was backed up in the tradi-
tional manner. In 1989 the experiment was tried again, but the computer program crashed early, and the tourna-
ment was gently removed from machine control.

Several changes took place in the early 1995 when the tournament was directed by Al Johnson. The tournament
size was determined by a complex set of formulas, with the number of teams ranging from 68 to 78, the maximum
allowed. Six schools could now have a third team qualify to enter the tournament. The tournament began experi-
menting again with computer programs, this time with one developed by Rich Edwards of Baylor University
(Edwards, Tab-Room-on-the-Mac). The NDT Committee made changes in pairing assumptions, with the number
of high-high power matched rounds reduced from three to one.

The 1996 Golden Anniversary NDT brought more than one hundred alums to Wake Forest University where the
Anniversary tournament was held. Alumni listened to rounds (with mixed reactions), visited with former Senator
and presidential candidate George McGovern, with the current debaters and with each other. Bill Southworth and
Allan Louden prepared an elaborate tournament booklet, featuring the 50 year happenings of the NDT.

From 1988 on, participation in elimination rounds was limited to teams which had collected 5 wins and 13 ballots,
which meant that typically one to three teams with 5 wins and fewer ballots were denied the chance to participate.
From 1997 on, the NDT Committee changed the rules so that all teams with 5 wins regardless of ballot count could
advance to the elimination rounds (up to a total of32).

The NDT Enters a New Century: The twenty first century is clearly the age of technology. Increasing techno-
logical capabilities have changed the face of a number of NDT traditions. Beginning in 2003, most tournament
entries (including the NDT) were processed in an online database constructed by Dr. Jon Bruschke, director of
debate at California State University at Fullerton. Tournament directors then loaded the results of their tournaments
into the database. Applicants for first and second round at large bids were able to have the database generate and
submit their information to the NDT committee for consideration. The big board became electronic at most hosting
sites, and pairings were delivered to the debate e-mail list serve in addition to being read aloud. And it is now com-
mon to see many debaters and judges flowing debates on laptops.

2004 saw the creation of a tournament sponsored scouting effort at the tournament. In an effort to provide equal
access to information about arguments and strategies, the NDT Committee hired two scouting directors and util-
ized about a dozen volunteers to provide information to the tournament participants. This information was then
made available through the internet.

In 2004 the NDT had its first foray into the public spotlight. College Sports Television attended the tournament
and created a video documentary of the experience. The documentary was generally well received and CSTV re-
corded the story of the 2006 NDT as well.

An era ended in 2004, when Dr. Donn Parson, tournament director since 1993, handed out his final Larmon Tro-
phy. He was ably replaced by Dr. John Fritch, a former Jayhawk, is chair of the Communication Studies depart-
ment at the University of Northern Iowa.


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     Administration




                                       NDT Coimmittee: Karla Leeper, Baylor University, Chair,          Gordon
                                       Stables, Southern Calif., Glen Frappier, Gonzaga Univ., Joel Rollins, Univ.
                                       Texas-Austin, David Cram Hellwich, Macalester College, Steve Mancuso ,
                                       Miami University, Ryan Galloway, Samford University, Kevin Kuswa,
Board of Trustees: (Pictured) Robin    University of Richmond, Dallas Perkins, Harvard University, Omar
Rowland, Carol Winkler, Brett O’Don-   Guevara, Weber State Univ., Tim O'Donnell, Mary Washington College,
                                       Joe Zompetti, Illinois State University, Ed Lee, Emory University, David
nell, Not Pictured: Tom Goodnight,     Hingstman, University of Iowa, Parliamentarian, Jim Hanson, Whitman
George Ziegelmueller                   College, Ranking Sec.




                                                                        John Fritch, NDT Director




               Tabulation




  Tab Room :       Rich Edwards,
  Dan Lingle, Arnie Madsen, Kate
  Palczewski, Neil Phillips, John
  Rains.




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                          Hosting




Danielle Wiese
Logistical Guru

                                         Barbara O’Keefe, Dean
                                        School of Communicatoin




                  Tournament Host , Scott Deatherage




                            2006 National Debate Tournament 6
T   he first annual award for forensic contributors was initiated by the NDT Board of Trustees in 1996. The 50th
NDT at Wake Forest was a festive event with many NDT alumni returning to see how the activity, that had so influ-
enced their lives, had evolved. The Lucy Keel Award in honor of the former Director of Debate at CSU Fullerton and
member of the Board of Trustees for many years, was created to recognize outstanding service to the Debate Com-
munity, the previous recipients have been:

THE LUCY KEELE AWARD                        2006 National Coaching Awards
        1996 Donn Parson, University of Kansas
        1997 Brett O'Donnell, Liberty University
        1998 Melissa Wade & Bill Newnam, Emory University
        1999 George Ziegelmueller, Wayne State University
        2000 Bill Balthrop, University of North Carolina
        2001 Rich Edwards, Baylor University
        2002 Pat Ganer, Cypress College
        2003 Frank Harrison, Trinity University
        2004 Will Baker, New York University
        2005 Allan Louden, Wake Forest University
        2006 David Zarefsky, Northwestern University

A second award was initiated at the 1999 NDT. Wayne State Alumni endowed an award in honor of their coach,
George Ziegelmueller, for his over 30 years of excellent coaching, timeless commitment to the activity and numer-
ous contributions to the forensics community---not the least of which was saving the NDT in 1966. Appropriately
enough it is called The George Ziegelmueller Award and is presented to a faculty member who has distinguished
himself or herself in the communication profession while coaching teams to competitive success at the NDT. Justi-
fiably, George was himself the first recipient, others who have followed include:

THE GEORGE ZIEGELMUELLER AWARD

        1999 George Ziegelmueller, Wayne State University
        2000 Allan Louden, Wake Forest University
        2001 Chester Gibson, State University of West Georgia
             Ken Strange, Dartmouth College
        2002 Herb James, Dartmouth College
             Karla Leeper, Baylor University
        2003 Donn Parson, University of Kansas
             Tuna Snider, University of Vermont
        2004 Cate Palczewski, University of Northern Iowa
        2005 William Southworth, University of Redlands
        2006 Scott Harris, University of Kansas

That same year, 1999, a West Georgia Alumni endowed an award to be presented to the Coach of the Winning
Team at the NDT.

THE OVID DAVIS AWARD

        1999 Scott Deatherage, Northwestern University
        2000 Melissa Wade, Emory University
        2001 David Hingstman, University of Iowa
        2002 Scott Deatherage, Northwestern University
        2003 Scott Deatherage, Northwestern University
        2004 Mike Eber, Michigan State University
        2005 Scott Deatherage, Northwestern University
        2006 Mike Eber, Michigan State University
                                                                            2006 National Debate Tournament 7
                                    National Championship




NDT Champion—Michigan State            NDT Second Place—Wake Forest
 Ryan Burke & Casey Harrigan              Brad Hall & Jamie Carroll




                               Semi-Finals




 Semi-Finals—Wayne State
 Matt Farmer & Gabe Murillo              Semi-Finals– Emory
                                      Scott Phillips & Cyrus Ghavi
                                                2006 National Debate Tournament 8
Quarter-Finals Teams




            Berkeley, Dartmouth, Harvard, Northwestern


                   Octa-Finals Teams




             Dartmouth, Fullerton, Kansas, Kentucky
           Northwestern, Oklahoma, Whitman, Whitman


                                                   2006 National Debate Tournament 9
                      Double Octa-Finals Teams




Berkeley, Emory, Emory, George Washington, Harvard, Harvard, Idaho State, Iowa,
Mary Washington, Missouri State, Redlands, Southern Calif., UMKC, West Georgia


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2006 National Debate Tournament 11
Double Octafinal Round Results
       Michigan State BH Advances without debating
       Emory GP Advances without debating
       Harvard KM (Neg) defeated Berkeley LR 5-0 Holbrook Frappier Mancuso Brovero
       Barnes, Heather
       Northwestern BC (Neg) defeated Harvard LP 4-1 Smith Roland Cram Helwich
       Quinn *McIntosh
       Wayne State FM (Neg) defeated Missouri State BM 4-1 McBride Olney Varda
       *Stannard Russell, Jason
       Wake Forest CH (Aff) defeated Harvard AR 5-0 Powers Gonzalez Stables Hoe
       O'Donnell, Tim
       Dartmouth BM (Neg) defeated Emory CL 4-1 Blank Eber *Hamrick Galloway
       Harris
       Berkeley BW (Aff) defeated Missouri-Kansas City CG 4-1 *Samuels Topp Walters
       Jarman Lancaster
       Dartmouth CS (Neg) defeated Redlands SZ 5-0 Hingstman Hester Morales Rollins
       Breshears
       Kentucky JS (Aff) defeated Idaho State DY 3-2 Heidt Fitzmier *Lacy Strange
       *Dietrich
       Northwestern DD (Neg) defeated Emory HH 5-0 Hall, Michael Hardy Solt Kelly
       Repko
       Whitman College BM (Neg) defeated Southern California IS 3-2 Russell, Bill
       Slusher Pointer *Ross *Coulter
       Oklahoma CJ (Aff) defeated Iowa LS 3-2 Johnson, Paul Vats *Stevenson Lee
       *Turner
       Kansas CJ (Neg) defeated George Washington LW 4-1 Katsulas *Atchison Green-
       stein Kall, Aaron Strauss
       Whitman College SS (Aff) defeated West Georgia LM 4-1 Morris, Eric Symonds
       Tarloff *Achten Feldman
       Fullerton MM (Aff) defeated Mary Washington SW 5-0 Maurer Berthiaume Mathe-
       son Arnett D'Amico
Octafinal Round Results
       Michigan State BH (Neg) defeated Fullerton MM 3-2 *Berthiaume Topp Dietrich
       McBride *Zompetti
       Emory GP (Neg) defeated Whitman College SS 5-0 Hingstman Strauss Gonzalez
       Repko Solt
       Harvard KM (Neg) defeated Kansas CJ 5-0 Galloway Eber Smith Stables Walters
       Northwestern BC (Aff) defeated Oklahoma CJ 3-2 Holbrook Slusher Maurer
       *Yegparian *Breshears
       Wayne State FM (Aff) defeated Whitman College BM 4-1 Strange *Lee Roberts,
       Jeff D'Amico Russell, Jason
       Wake Forest CH (Neg) defeated Northwestern DD 5-0 Achten Harris Olney
       McIntosh Lupo
       Dartmouth BM (Neg) defeated Kentucky JS 5-0 Atchison Hardy Quinn Spring
       Waldinger
       Berkeley BW (Neg) defeated Dartmouth CS 3-2 Heidt *Lacy Hamrick *Kelly
       Schueler
Quarterfinal Round Results
       Michigan State BH (Aff) defeated Berkeley BW 3-2 Lee *Harris Blank *Powers
       Stables
       Emory GP (Aff) defeated Dartmouth BM 3-2 *Feldman *Arnett Johnson, Paul Hall,
       Sherry Hingstman
       Wake Forest CH (Neg) defeated Harvard KM 3-2 *Lancaster Schueler *Holbrook
       Achten Eber
       Wayne State FM (Aff) defeated Northwestern BC 4-1 Topp Hester *Turner, Olney
       Russell, Jason
Semifinal Round Results
       Michigan State BH Advances Over Wayne State FM Berthiaume Walters Johnson,
       Paul, Roland Varda
       Wake Forest CH (Neg) defeated Emory GP 4-1 Barouch Galloway Morris, Eric,
       Stevenson *Achten
Final Round Results
       Michigan State BH (Neg) defeated Wake Forest CH 6-1 Burk Feldman Lupo,
       *Morris Eric Lee Galloway Heidt

                                                                           2006 National Debate Tournament 12
                 2006 Qualifying Teams
                                                           WIN   BALLOTS POINTS
1. Michigan State BH (Ryan Burke & Casey Harrigan)         8     22      1253.5

2. Emory GP (Cyrus Ghavi & Scott Phillips)                 8     21      1254.5
3. Harvard KM (Michael Klinger & Nikhil Mirchandani)       7     20      1258.5
4. Northwestern BC (Josh Branson & Noah Chestnut)          7     19      1258
5. Wayne State FM (Matt Farmer & Gabe Murillo)             6     20      1248.5
6. Wake Forest CH (Jamie Carroll & Brad Hall)              6     17      1257
7. Emory CL (Stephen Chaudoin & Roy Levkovitz)             6     17      1256
8. Missouri-Kansas City CG (Andy Culp & Malcolm Gordon)    6     17      1237.5

9. Dartmouth CS (Kathryn Clarlc & Brian Smith)             6     16      1252
10. Idaho State DY (1zak Dunn & Jessica Yeats)             6     16      1246.5
11. Emory HH (Aimi Hamraie & Julie Hoelm)                  6     16      1241.5
12. Whitman College BM (Jeff Buntin & Ben Meiches)         5     17      1245
13. Oklahoma CJ (Conor Cleary & Blake Jolmson)             5     17      1243
14. George Washington LW (Brian Linder & Brett Wallace)    5     16      1252.5

15. Whitman College SS (Matt Schissler & Eric Suni)        5     16      1250.5
16. Mary Washington SW (Matt Struth & Clint Woods)         5     16      1229
17. Fullerton MM (Luis Magallon & Brenda Montes)           5     15      1257
18. West Georgia LM (GeoffLundeen & Jane Munksgaard)       5     15      1248.5
19. Kansas CJ (Matthew Cormack & Andrew Jennings)          5     15      1245
20. Iowa LS (Todd Lantz & Brian Severson)                  5     15      1242
21. Southern California IS (Alex Iftimie & Mike Smith)     5     15      1239
22. Northwestern DD (Avery Dale & Geoff Derrick)           5     15      1238.5
23. Kentucky JS (Mike Jones & Reuben Schy)                 5     15      1237
24. Redlands SZ (Scott Schneider & Jake Ziering)           5     15      1232
25. Berkeley BW (Mike Burshteyn & Craig Wickersham)        5     14      1257
26. Dartmouth BM (Hunter Brooks & David Marks)             5     14      1254.5

27. Harvard AR (Eli Anders & Tripp Rebrovick)              5     14      1236
28. Missouri State BM (Matthias Bostick & Michael Mapes)   5     13      1237.5
29. Harvard LP (Dan Luxemburg & Ralph Paone)               5     13      1235
30. Berkeley LR (Nick Lin & Daniel Richards)               5     13      1233.5




                                                                          2006 National Debate Tournament 13
                     2006 Top Speakers
                            UNIVERSITY                 POINTS

1. Josh Branson              Northwestern                639

2. Michael Klinger              Harvard                  636

3. Scott Phillips               Emory                    635

4. Brenda Montes               Fullerton                 631

5. Craig Wickersham            Berkeley                  630

6. Stephen Chaudoin             Emory                    629.5

7. Hunter Brooks               Dartmouth                 629.5

8. Jamie Carroll              Wake Forest                629

9. Brad Hall                  Wake Forest                628

10. Malcolm Gordon        Missouri-Kansas City           627.5

11. Casey Harrigan           Michigan State              627.5

12. Eric Suni               Whitman College              627

13. Mike Burshteyn             Berkeley                  627

14. Brian Smith                Dartmouth                 626.5

15. Brett Wallace          George Washington             626.5

16. Luis Magallon              Fullerton                 626.5

17. Ryan Burke               Michigan State              626

18. Brian Linder           George Washington             626

19. Kathryn Clark              Dartmouth                 625.5

20. Roy Levkovitz               Emory                    625.5




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                                  TOP SPEAKERS—1947-2006
                 1947                                  1958                                      1968
Award not presented                    1st: Michel Milller, University of       1st: David Zarefsky, Northwestern
                 1948                  Southern California                      University
1st: Potter Kerfoot, University of     2nd: Phillip Hubbart, Augustana          2nd: Richard Brautigam, Michigan
Southern California                    College (IL)                             State University
2nd: Alec MacKenzie, United States                     1959                                      1969
Military Academy                       1st: James Ray, United States Mili-      1st: David Seikel, University of
                 1949                  tary Academy                             Houston
1st: Robert Sayre, Willamette Uni-     2nd: Ray Nichols, University of          2nd: Joel Perwin, Harvard University
versity                                Kansas                                                    1970
2nd: Ed Stoollenwerck, University of                   1960                     1st: Mike Miller, University of
Kansas                                 lst: Don Herrick, William Jewell         Houston
                 1950                  College                                  2nd Tie: Jim Caforio, Loyola Uni-
1st: William Carey, Notre Dame         2nd: George Schell, Baylor Univer-       versity (LA)
2nd: Lee Reiffe, Southern Methodist    sity                                     2nd Tie: David Goss, Canisius Col-
                 1951                                  1961                     lege
1st: Holt Spicer, University of Red-   1st: George Schell, Baylor Univer-                        1971
lands                                  sity                                     1st: Joe Loveland, University of
2nd: James Q. Wilson, University of    2nd: Laurence Tribe, Harvard Uni-        North Carolina
Redlands                               versity                                  2nd: Joseph Angland, Massachusetts
                 1952                                  1962                     Institute of Technology
1st: James Q. Wilson, University of    1st Tie: Lee Huebner, Northwestern                        1972
Redlands                               University                               1st: Terry McNight, Canisius Col-
2nd: Holt Spicer, University of Red-   1st Tie: Harold Lawson, Kansas           lege
lands                                  State Teachers College                   2nd: Ron Palmieri, University of
                 1953                                  1963                     Southern California
1st: Robert L. Anderson, Augustana     lst: Daniel Kolb, College of the Holy                     1973
College                                Cross                                    1st: Elliot Mincberg, Northwestern
2nd: Joan Reidy, Univ. of Wisconsin    2nd: Robert Roberts, University of       University
at Eau Claire                          Alabama                                  2nd: Frank Kimball, University of
                 1954                                  1964                     California at Los Angeles
1st: Herzl Spiro, University of Ver-   lst: Robert Roberts, University of                        1974
mont                                   Alabama                                  1st: Michael Higelin, University of
2nd: James A. Robinson, George         2nd: John Hempelmann, George-            Southern California
Washington University                  town University                          2nd: Marvin Isgur, University of
                 1955                                  1965                     Houston
1st: Huber Bell, University of Kan-    1st: Robert Shrum, Georgetown Uni-                        1975
sas                                    versity                                  1st: Thomas Rollins, Georgetown
2nd: Maynard, Southwest Missouri       2nd: Douglas Pipes, University of        University
State College                          the Pacific                              2nd: Robert Feldhake, Augustana
                 1956                                  1966                     College (IL)
1st: Phillip Hubbart, Augustana Col-   lst: William Snyder, Northwestern                         1976
lege (IL)                              University                               1st: Robert Feldhake, Augustana
2nd: Henry Ruf, Macalester College     2nd: John Holcomb, Augustana Col-        College (IL)
                 1957                  lege (IL)                                2nd: Thomas Rollins, Georgetown
lst: Patricia                                          1967                     University
Stallings, Uni-                        lst: Rick Flam, University of South-                      1977
versity of                             ern California                           1st: Gilbert Skillman, University of
Houston                                2nd: Thomas Brewer, Dartmouth            Kentucky
2nd: Phillip                           College                                  2nd: John Walker, Georgetown Uni-
Hubbart, Au-                                                                    versity
gustana Col-
lege (IL)


                                                                               2006 National Debate Tournament 15
                  1978                                1989                                   2000
1st: Thomas Rollins, Georgetown      1st: Gordon Mtchell, Northwestern       1st Ryan Sparacino, Northwestern
University                           University                              University
2nd: Stuart Singer, Northwestern     2nd: Daniel Plants, Baylor University   2nd Steve Donald, Michigan State
University                                            1990                   2nd Jarius Grove, Texas
                  1979               1st: Marc Rubinstein, University of                     2001
lst: Mark Fabiani, University of Red-Redlands                                1st Andy Ryan, University of Iowa
lands                                2nd: David Hugin, University of         2nd Wes Lotz, Wake Forest Univer-
2nd: Michael B. King, Harvard Uni-   Texas                                   sity
versity                                               1991                                   2002
                  1980               lst: T. A. McKinney, University of      1st Alex Berger, Dartmouth College
1st: Steven Meagher, Dartmouth Col-  Kentucky                                2nd Adrianna Mindence, University
lege                                 2nd: Marc Rubinstein, University of     of Michigan
2nd: Don Dripps, Northwestern Uni-   Redlands                                                2003
versity                                               1992                   1st Charles Olney, Whitman College
                  1981               1st: Charles Smith, University of       2nd Calum Matheson, Michigan State
1st: Jeff Jones, University of Ken-  Iowa                                    University
tucky                                2nd: Ryan Goodman, University of                        2004
2nd Tie: Paul Weathington, West      Texas                                   1st Tejinder Singh, University of
Georgia College                                       1993                   California, Berkeley
2nd Tie: Scott Harris, Wayne State   1st: Matthew Shors, University of       2nd Naveen Ramachandrappa, Uni-
University                           Michigan                                versity of Georgia
                  1982               2nd: Ara Lovitt, Dartmouth College                      2005
lst: Steve Mancuso, University of                     1994                   1st Michael Klinger, Harvard Univer-
Kentucky                             1st: Paul Skiermont, University of      sity
2nd: John Barrett, Georgetown Uni-   Kentucky                                2nd Tristan Morales, Northwestern
versity                              2nd: Fred Karem, Harvard University                     2006
                  1983                                1995                   1st Josh Branson, Northwestern Uni-
1st: John Barrett, Georgetown Uni-   1st: Paul Skiermont, University of      versity
versity                              Kentucky                                2nd Michael Klinger, Harvard
2nd: Leonard Gail, Dartmouth Col-    2nd: Sean McCaffity, Northwestern
lege                                 University
                  1984                                1996
1st: Leonard Gail, Dartmouth College 1st: Sean McCaffity, Northwestern
2nd: Bill Brewster, Emory University University
                  1985               2nd: Chris LaVigne, Wayne State
1st: Danny Povinelli, University of  University
Massachusetts                                         1997
2nd: Doug Sigel, Northwestern Uni-   1st: Corey Rayburn, University of
versity                              Iowa
                  1986               2nd: Scott Hessel, University of
1st: Lyn Robbins, Baylor University  Michigan
2nd: Scott Segal, Emory University                    1998
                                     1st: Michael Gottlieb, Northwestern
                1987                 University
1st: Lyn Robbins, Baylor University 2nd George Kouros, Emory Univer-
2nd: John Culver, University of Kan- sity
sas                                                   1999
                                     1st Michael Gottlieb, Northwestern
                1988                 University
1st: Gloria Cabada, Wake Forest Uni- 2nd Ryan Sparacino, Northwestern
versity                              University
2nd: Barry Pickens, University of
Kansas


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   Copeland Award for Top First Round At-Large Team
O     n September 21, 1989 the life of Rex Copeland was
brought to a sudden and tragic close. With its end Samford
University lost an outstanding student, the forensic com-
munity lost an excellent debater and his many friends were
deprived of the friendship and love of a fine individual
person.On September 21, 1989 the life of Rex Copeland
was brought to a sudden and tragic close. With its end
Samford University lost an outstanding student, the foren-
sic community lost an excellent debater and his many
friends were deprived of the friendship and love of a fine
individual person."The glory of humankind is to be well                         1st Round Teams - 2006
remembered. This award is for the few who achieve one of                  R    TEAM                   SCHOOL         ADJ

the highest honors in the debate community, so that they                  1    Michael Klinger &      Harvard        17
too will be well remembered."                                                  Nikhil Mirchandani

1990—Harvard University - David Coale & Alex Lennon                       2    Mike Burshteyn &       Cal Berkeley   24
1991—University of Redlands - Roger Cole and Marc Rubenstein                   Craig Wickersham
1992—Dartmouth College - Kenny Agran & Ara Lovette
1993 - Dartmouth College Ara Lovitt & Steven Sklaver                      3    Ryan Burke & Casey     Michigan       32
1994 - University of Kentucky - Paul Skiermont & Jason Patil                   Harrigan               State
1995 - Wake Forest University - John Hughes & Adrienne Brovero
1996 - Northwestern University - Sean McCaffity and Mason Miller          4    Josh Branson &         Northwestern   43
1997 - University of Michigan - Scott Hessell and Corey Stoughton              Noah Chestnut
1998 - Emory University - George Kouros and Anjan Sahni
1999—Northwestern University - Michael Gottlieb & Ryan Sparacino          5    Kathryn Clark &        Dartmouth      53
2000—1st University of Iowa - Kristen Langwell & Andy Ryan;2nd                 Brian Smith
Emory University - Kamal Ghali & Stephen Bailey; 3rd Emory Univer-
sity - Larry Heftman & Jeff McNabb; 4th Michigan State University -       6    Cyrus Ghavi & Scott    Emory          69
Steve Donald & Aaron Monick; 5th University of Kansas - Mike Eber &
                                                                               Phillips)
Grant McKeehan
2001—1 st University of California at Berkeley - Randy Luskey & Dan       7    Hunter Brooks &        Dartmouth      77
Shalmon; 2nd Wake Forest University - Wesley Lotz & Jarrod Atchison;           David Marks
3rd University of Iowa - Andy Ryan and Andy Peterson; 4th Dartmouth
College - Alex Burger & Adam Garen; 5th Emory University - Kamal          8    Stephen Chaudoin &     Emory          82
Ghali & Stephen Bailey                                                         Roy Levkovitz
2002—1st Dartmouth College - Alex Berger & Ben Thorpe; 2nd North-
western University - Jacob Foster & Jonathan Paul; 3rd Michigan State     9    Jamie Carroll & Brad   Wake Forest    99
University - Austin Carson & Calum Matheson; 4th University of Cali-           Hall
fornia, Berkeley - Stacy Nathan & Dan Shalmon; 5th Whitman Univer-
sity - Thad Blank & Charles Olney                                         10   Matt Farmer & Gabe     Wayne State    117
20031st Northwestern University - Geoff Garen & Tristen Morales2nd -           Murillo
Emory University - Josh Lynn & Scott Phillips3rd - University of Cali-
fornia, Berkeley - Stacy Nathan & Dan Shalmon4th - Michigan State
                                                                          11   Brian Linder & Brett   George         129
Greta Stahl & David Strauss5th - Whitman College Thad Blank &
Charles Olney                                                                  Wallace                Washington
2004—1st University of California, Berkeley - Dan Shalmon & Tejinder
                                                                          12   Matthew Cormack &      Kansas         131
Singh; 2nd - Michigan State - Greta Stahl & David Strauss; 3rd - Emory
University -Casey Wolmer & Scott Phillips; 4th - Harvard University -
                                                                               Andrew Jennings
Michael Klinger & Elliot Tarloff; 5th - University of Georgia - Naveen
Ramachandrappa & H. Watson                                                13   Matt Schissler &       Whitman        139
2005—1st Northwestern University - Tristen Morales & Josh Branson;             Eric Suni
2nd Harvard University - Michael Klinger & Elliott Tarloff; 3rd Univer-
sity of California, Berkeley - Stacey Nathan & Craig Wickersham; 4th      14   Izak Dunn & Jessica    Idaho State    158
Michigan State University - Aaron Hardy & Shaun Vanhorn; 5th Uni-              Yeats
versity of California, Berkeley - Gaurav Reddy & Reid Shannon
2006—1st - Harvard University - Michael Klinger & Nikhil Mirchan-         15   Matthias Bostick &     Missouri       165
dani; 2nd - Cal Berkeley - Michael Burshteyn & Craig Wickersham; 3rd           Michael Mapes          State
- Michigan State - Ryan Burke & Casey Harrigan; 4th - Northwestern -
Noah Chestnut & Josh Branson; 5th - Dartmouth - Kathryn Clark &           16   Brent Culpepper &      Georgia        175
Brian Smith                                                                    Kevin Rabinowitz
* Beginning in 2000 the top five teams were recognized

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     1st - Harvard University - Michael Klinger & Nikhil Mirchandani


                                       2nd - Cal Berkeley - Michael Burshteyn & Craig Wickersham




                                            3rd - Michigan State - Ryan Burke & Casey Harrigan




4th - Northwestern - Noah Chestnut & Josh Branson


     TOP FIRST ROUND TEAMS
  (Prior to establishing the Copeland Award)
                                                             5th - Dartmouth - Kathryn Clark & Brian

    1973—Georgetown University, Stewart Jay & Bradley Ziff
    1974—Harvard University, Charles Garvin & Greg Rosenbaum
    1975—Georgetown University, Thomas Rollins & Bradley Ziff
    1976—Augustana College (Ill.), Robert Feldhake & Richard Godfrey
    1977—Georgetown University, David Ottoson & John Walker
    1978—Georgetown University, David Ottoson & Tom Rollins
    1979—Northwestern University, Chris Wonnell & Susan Winkler
    1980—Georgetown University, James Kirkland & John Thompson
    1981—Dartmouth College, Cy Smith & Mark Weinhardt
    1982—University of Kansas, Mark Gidley & Zack Grant
    1983—Samford University, Melanie Gardner & Erik Walker
    1984—Dartmouth College, Leonard Gail & Mark Koulogeorge
    1985—Claremont McKenna College, David Bloom & Greg Mastel
    1986—University of Massachusetts, Dan Povinelli & Mark Friedman
    1987—Baylor University, Griffin Vincent & Lyn Robbins
    1988—Northwestern University, Ben Attias & Gordon Mitchell
    1989—Baylor University, Martin Loeber & Daniel Plants

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                          National Debate Tournament Topics
1946-1947 RESOLVED: "That labor should be given a direct share in the management of industry.
1947-1948 RESOLVED: "That a federal world government should be established."
948-1949 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should adopt a policy of equalizing educational
opportunity in tax-supported schools by means of annual grants."
1949-1950 RESOLVED: "That the United States should nationalize the basic nonagricultural indus-
tries."
1950-1951 RESOLVED: "That the non-communist nations should form a new international organiza-
tion."
1951-1952 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should adopt a permanent program of wage and
price control."
1952-1953 RESOLVED: "That the Congress of the United States should enact a compulsory fair em-
ployment practices law."
1953-1954 RESOLVED: "That the United States should adopt a policy of free trade."
1954-1955 RESOLVED: "That the United States should extend diplomatic recognition to the commu-
nist government of China."
1955-1956 RESOLVED: "That the nonagricultural industries should guarantee their employees an an-
nual wage."
1956-1957 RESOLVED: "That the United States should discontinue direct economic aid to foreign
countries."
1957-1958 RESOLVED: "That the requirement of membership in a labor organization as a condition of
employment should be illegal."
1958-1959 RESOLVED: "That the further development of nuclear weapons should be prohibited by
international agreement."
1959-1960 RESOLVED: "That Congress should be given the power to reverse decisions of the Su-
preme Court."
1960-1961 RESOLVED: "That the United States should adopt a program of compulsory health insur-
ance for all citizens."
1961-1962 RESOLVED: "That labor organizations should be under the jurisdiction of anti-trust legisla-
tion."
1962-1963 RESOLVED: "That the non-communist nations of the world should establish an economic
community."
1963-1964 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should guarantee an opportunity for higher edu-
cation to all qualified high school graduates."
1964-1965 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should establish a national program of public
work for the unemployed."
1965-1966 RESOLVED: "That law enforcement agencies in the United States should be given greater
freedom in the investigation and prosecution of crime."
1966-1967 RESOLVED: "That the United States should substantially reduce its foreign policy commit-
ments."
1967-1968 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should guarantee a minimum annual cash in-
come to all citizens."
1968-1969 RESOLVED: "That executive control of United States foreign policy should be significantly
curtailed."
1969-1970 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should grant annually a specific percentage of
its income tax revenue to the state governments."
1970-1971 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should adopt a program of compulsory wage
and price controls."
1971-1972 RESOLVED: "That greater controls should be imposed on the gathering and utilization of
information about United States citizens by government agencies."


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1972-1973 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should provide a program of comprehensive
medical care for all its citizens."
1972-1974 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should control the supply and utilization of en-
ergy in the United States."
1974-1975 RESOLVED: "That the power of the Presidency should be significantly curtailed."
1975-1976 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should adopt a comprehensive program to con-
trol land use in the United States."
1976-1977 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should significantly strengthen the guarantee of
consumer product safety required of manufacturers."
1977-1978 RESOLVED: "That the United States law enforcement agencies should be given signifi-
cantly greater freedom in the investigation and/or prosecution of felony crime."
1978-1979 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should implement a program which guarantees
employment opportunities for all United States citizens in the labor force."
1979-1980 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should significantly strengthen the regulation of
mass media communication in the United States."
1980-1981 RESOLVED: "That the United States should significantly increase its foreign military com-
mitments."
1981-1982 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should significantly curtail the powers of the
labor unions in the United States."
1982-1983 RESOLVED: "That all United States military inter-
vention into the internal affairs of any foreign nation or nations in
the Western Hemisphere should be prohibited."
1983-1984 RESOLVED: "That any and all injury resulting from
the disposal of hazardous waste in the United States should be the
legal responsibility of the waste producers."
1984-1985 RESOLVED: "That the United States federal govern-
ment should significantly increase exploration and/or develop-
ment of space beyond the earth's mesosphere."
1985-1986 RESOLVED: "That more rigorous academic standards
should be established for all public elementary and/or secondary
schools in the United States in one or more of the following areas:
language arts, mathematics, natural sciences."
1986-1987 RESOLVED: "That one or more presently existing
restrictions on First Amendment freedoms of press and/or speech
established in one or more federal court decisions should be curtailed or prohibited."
1987-1988 RESOLVED: "That the United States should reduce substantially its military commitments
to NATO member states."
1988-1989 RESOLVED: "That United States foreign policy toward one or more African nations should
be substantially changed."
1989-1990 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should adopt an energy policy that substantially
reduces nonmilitary consumption of fossil fuels in the United States."
1990-1991 RESOLVED: "That the United States should substantially change its trade policy toward one
or more of the following: China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan."
1991-1992 RESOLVED: "That one or more United States Supreme Court decisions recognizing a fed-
eral Constitutional right to privacy should be overruled."
1992-1993 RESOLVED: "That the United States should substantially change its development and assis-
tance policies toward one or more of the following nations: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burma, Bhutan,
India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka."
1993-1994 RESOLVED: "That the Commander-in-Chief power of the President of the United States
should be substantially curtailed."


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1994-1995 RESOLVED: "That the federal government should substantially change rules and/or stat-
ues governing criminal procedure in federal courts in one or more of the following areas: pretrial de-
tention, sentencing."
1995-1996 RESOLVED: "That the United States government should substantially increase its secu-
rity assistance to one or more of the following: Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Palestinian National Authority,
Syria."
1996-1997 RESOLVED: "That the United States Federal Government should increase regulations
requiring industries to substantially decrease the domestic emission and/or production of environ-
mental pollutants."
1997-1998 RESOLVED: "The United States Federal Government should substantially increase its
security assistance to one or more of the following Southeast Asian nations: Brunei, Burma
(Myanmar), Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam."
1998-1999 RESOLVED: "That the United States Federal Government
should amend Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, through legisla-
tion, to create additional protections against racial and/or gender discrimi-
nation.
1999-2000 RESOLVED: That the United States Federal Government
should adopt a policy of constructive engagement, including the immediate
removal of all or nearly all economic sanctions, with the government(s) of
one or more of the following nation-states: Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Syria, North
Korea
2000-2001 RESOLVED: That the United States Federal Government
should substantially increase its development assistance, including increas-
ing government to government assistance, within the Greater Horn of Africa.
2001-2002 RESOLVED: That the United States Federal Government should substantially increase
federal control throughout Indian Country in one or more of the following areas: child welfare, crimi-
nal justice, employment, environmental protection, gaming, resource management, taxation
2002-2003 RESOLVED: That the United States Federal Government should ratify or accede to, and
implement, one or more of the following:The Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty;
The Kyoto Protocol; The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court; The Second Optional
Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights aiming at the Abolition of the
Death Penalty.The Treaty between the United States of America and the Russian Federation on Stra-
                          tegic Offensive Reductions, if not ratified by the United States.
                           2003-2004 Resolved: that the United States Federal Government should en-
                          act one or more of the following:Withdrawal of its World Trade Organiza-
                          tion complaint against the European Union’s restrictions on genetically
                          modified foods; A substantial increase in its government-to-government eco-
                          nomic and/or conflict prevention assistance to Turkey and/or Greece; Full
                          withdrawal from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization; Removal of its bar-
                          riers to and encouragement of substantial European Union and/or North At-
                          lantic Treaty Organization participation inpeacekeeping in Iraq and recon-
                          struction in Iraq; Removal of its tactical nuclear weapons from Europe; Har-
                          monization of its intellectual property law with the European Union in the
area of human DNA sequences; Rescission of all or nearly all agriculture subsidy increases in the
2002 Farm Bill.
2004-2005 Resolved: That the United States Federal Government should establish an energy policy
requiring a substantial reduction in the the consumption in the total non-governmental consumption
of fossil fuels in the United States.
2005-2006 RESOLVED: The United States Federal government should substantially increase diplo-
matic and economic pressure on the People's Republic of China in one or more of the following ar-
eas: trade, human rights, weapons nonproliferation, Taiwan.

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          2006 NDT Team Participants
District I
         University of California-Berkeley (Mike Burshteyn & Craig Wick-
         ersham)
         University of California-Berkeley (Nick Lin & Daniel Richards)
         California State University - Fullerton (Luis Magallon & Brenda
         Montes)
         University of Redlands (Scott Schneider & Jake Ziering)
         University of Southern California (Brian Berggren & Chris Jones)
         University of Southern California (Alex Iftimie & Mike Smith)

District II
         Gonzaga University (Nick Bormann & Charlie Hutchison)
         Whitman College (Jeff Buntin & Ben Meiches)
         Whitman College (Matt Schissler & Eric Suni)

District III
         Baylor University (Obie Lansford & Josh Oie)
         University of Central Oklahoma (James Davis & Lindsey Shook)
         University of Kansas (Brett Bricker & Lindsey Lathrop)
         University of Kansas (Matthew Cormack & Andrew Jennings)
         University of Missouri-Kansas City (Andy Culp & Malcolm
         Gordon)
         University of Missouri-Kansas City (Amy Foster & Gretchen Rix)
         Missouri State University (Matthias Bostick & Michael Mapes)
         Missouri State University (Mike Kearney & Martin Osborn)
         University of Oklahoma (Conor Cleary & Blake Johnson)
         University of Texas-Austin (Jenny Davis & Chris Thiele)
         University of Texas -Austin (Sarah Heaton & Spencer Johnson)
         University of Texas-Dallas (Britt Clark & Sara Stephens)
         Trinity University (Shannon Lynch & Luke MacDowall)
         University of North Texas (Max Archer & Ben Patterson)
         University of North Texas (Kuntal Cholera & Matt Schuster)
         Wichita State University (Matt Coleman & Chris Stone)

District IV
         Concordia College (Dan Faltesek & Emily Faltesek)
         University of Iowa (Todd Lantz & Brian Severson)
         Macalester College (Sam Heidepriem & Desiree Weber)

District V
         Case Western Reserve University (Nick Denissen & Nick Dorsey)
         University of Miami (OH) (Mike Jensen & Mike Richardson)
         University of Miami (OH) (Michael Maffie & Aaron Vinson)
         University of Michigan (Dylan Keenan & Brandi Villarreal)
         Michigan State University (Garrett Abelkop & Andrea Reed)
         Michigan State University (Ryan Burke & Casey Harrigan)
         Michigan State University (Jimi Durkee & Jillian Tietjen)
         Northwestern University (Josh Branson & Noah Chestnut)
         Northwestern University (Zach Brown & John Warden)
         Northwestern University (Avery Dale & Geoff Derrick)
         Wayne State University (Matt Farmer & Gabe Murillo)
         Wayne State University (Mike Markovick & Jennifer Schraeder)



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District VI
        Emory University (Stephen Chaudoin & Roy Levkovitz)
        Emory University (Cyrus Ghavi & Scott Phillips)
        Emory University (Aimi Hamraie & Julie Hoehn)
        University of Georgia (Brent Culpepper & Kevin Rabinowitz)
        University of Georgia (Spencer Diamond & Todd Mitchell)
        Georgia State University (Joel Lemuel & Regina Summers)
        University of Kentucky (Mike Jones & Reuben Schy)
        University of Kentucky (Angelo Theodosopoulos & Alex
        Thiele)
        Samford University (Nick Agnello & Clark Bowers)
        State University of West Georgia (Geoff Lundeen & Jane
        Munksgaard
        Wake Forest University (Jamie Carroll & Brad Hall)
        Wake Forest University (Seth Gannon & Alex Lamballe)
        Wake Forest University (Elizabeth Gedmark & Chris Sedel-
        myer)

District VII
        Catholic University (Jeff Pope & Carli Shoupe)
        George Washington University (Brian Linder & Brett Wallace)
        James Madison University (Alexis Gonzales-Black & Corey
        Yarbrough)
        Liberty University (Lindsey Hoban & Melissa Hurter)
        University of Mary Washington BR (Scott Berry & Nick Ryan)
        University of Mary Washington (Matt Struth & Clint Woods)
        University of Pittsburgh (Colin Esgro & David Weston)
        University of Richmond (Matt Bodnar & Joe Chicvak)
        University of Richmond (Nehal Shah & Ryan Smith)

District VIII
        Binghamton University (Jake Gartman & Matt Malia)
        Boston College (Allen Best & Mandy Castle)
        Boston College (Doowon Chung & Jeff Sullivan)
        Dartmouth College (Kathryn Clark & Brian Smith)
        Dartmouth College (Hunter Brooks & David Marks)
        Dartmouth College (Josh Kernoff & Kade Olsen)
        Harvard University (Eli Anders & Tripp Rebrovick)
        Harvard University (Michael Klinger & Nikhil Mirchandani)
        Harvard University (Dan Luxemburg & Ralph Paone)
        University of Rochester (Buddy Khan & Ben Wittwer)
        University of Vermont (Jason Hitchcock & Nick Landsman-
        Roos)

District IX
        University of Denver (Justin Eckstein & Logan Martin)
        Idaho State University (Garrett Bloom & Nichelle Klosterboer)
        Idaho State University (Izak Dunn & Jessica Yeats)
        University of Wyoming (Chris Crowe & Brian DeLong)
        University of Wyoming (Will Jensen & Josh Schmerge)



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                  District I




UC-Berkeley, (Front) Nick Lin, Daniel Richards, Craig            Cal State—Fullerton, (Front) Luis Magallon, Brenda
Wickersham, Mike Burshteyn (Back) Josh Garen, David              Montes (Back) Cameron Ward, Jon Bruschke, Toni
Arnett, Becky Opsata, Jaipaul Rekhi, Greg Achten, Stephen
Stetson




 Redlands (L-R) Chris Lundberg, Bill Southworth,              Southern Califronia, (Seated) Chris Jones, Brian Berggren,
 Scott Schneider, Jake Ziering                                Michael Smith, Alex Iftimie (Standing) David Damus, Matt
                                                              Nadell, Adam Symonds, Steve Robertson, Omri Ceren, Julie
                                                              Carver, Clare Velasquez, Brian McBride, Shawn Powers,
                                                              Gordon Stables
               District II




    Gonzaga, Glen Frappier , Steve Pointer, Charlie Hutchi-      Whitman, Jim Hanson , Jeff Buntin, Eric Suni, Matt
    son , Nick Bormann , Sam Maurer                              Schissler, Ben Meiches, Aaron Hardy


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     District III




   Baylor, (Front) Jeff Roberts, Corrina Gura , Karla            Central Oklahoma, (Front) James P. Davis , Lindsey
   Leeper (Back) Obie Lansford , Josh Oie , Matt Gerber          Shook (Back) Cade Hamilton, Doug Duke, Martin
                                                                 Glendinning, Kate Richey




  Kansas, (Front) Brett Bricker, Andrew Jennings, Lindsey
  Lathrop, Matt Cormack (Back) Lindy Simonsen, Mick
                                                                 Missoui - Kanasa City, (Front) Malcolm Gordon, Andrew
  Souders, Scott Harris, Phil Samuels, Sarah Topp, Nate John-
                                                                 Culp, Amy Foster, Gretchen Rix (Back) Linda Collier, Matt
  son, Jon Wright
                                                                 Vega, Todd Jordan, Bryce Dietrich




Missoui State, (Front) Kelly Winfrey, Michael Mapes, Matthais
Bostick, Mike Kearney, Jessiaca Johnson, Martin Osborn, Shenna
                                                                      Oklahoma, (Front) Blake Johnson, Conor Cleary
Walters (Back) Blake Moore, Isaac Allen, Ben Warner, Heather
                                                                      (Back) Jason Russell, Jackie Massey
Walters, Eric Morris, Louie Petit, Clay Webb



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Texas—Austin, (Seated) Chris Thiele, Genevieve Davis,
Spencer Johnson, Sarah Heaton (Back) Reid Jones, Joel
Rollins, Alex Savage, Brian Peterson, Varant Yegparian,
David Breshears, Jonah Feldman                                 Texas—Dallas, (Front) Sara Stephens, Britt Clark
                                                               (Back) Christopher Burk, Scott Herndon, Justin Kirk




                                                            North Texas, (Front) Ben Patterson, Max Archer, Kuntla
                                                            Cholera, Matt Schuster (Back) Nader Haddad, Brian Lain,
Trinity, David Staiti, Luke MacDowall,' Shannon Lynch,      Rachel Schy, Brent Saindon, Calum Matheson, David
Jamie Downing, Frank Harrison                               Register, Julian Gagnon



                                                                             District IV




Wichita, Jeffrey Jarman, Chris Stone, Matt Coleman, Kath-
                                                              Concordia, Fred Sternhagen, Emily Faltesek, Dan
leen Doris
                                                              Faltesek, Will Hailer



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                                                                       Macalester, David Hellwich, , Desiree Weber,
 Iowa, (Front) Paul Bellus, Todd Lantz, Brian Severson, David
                                                                       Sam Heidepriem
 Hingstman (Back) Ross Schoofs, Andy Peterson, Jared
 Bazzell, Scott Varda, Jordan Pomeranz, Jason Regnier, Mike
 Krantz, Rae Lynn Schwartz

                                                                                     District V




                                                                      Miami (OH), (Front) Michael Maffie, Aaron Vinson,
Case Western, (Front) Sarah Tremont, Mark Tolles, Ian Kim-            Michael Richardson, Mike Jensen (Back) Steve
brell , Nicholas Dorsey, Nicholas Denissen, Saptarshi Basu            Mancuso, Ben Voth
(Back) Justin Wilhelm, Breanna Novak, Kristie Cramer, Kevin
Kallmyer, Anastasi Pasalis, Janna Reynolds




                                                                Michigan State, (Seated) James Durkee, Garrett Abelkop, An-
                                                                drea Reed, Ryan Burke, Casey Harrigan, Jillian Tietjen
                                                                (Standing) Debbie Lai, Greta Stahl, Will Repko, Jeremy
Michigan, (Front) Erika Jerwick, Brandi Villarreal , Dylan
                                                                Hammond, Caitlin Ryan, Varsha Ramakrishnan, Joshua Gon-
Keenan , Laura Pisarello (Back) Scotty Gottbreht, Joshua
                                                                zalez, David Strauss, Mike Eber, Amit Bindra
Hoe , Jeremy Kreisberg, Aaron Kall , Sam Iola



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Northwestern, (Front) Josh Branson, Avery Dale, Geoff
Derrick, Noah Chestnut, Zack Brown, John Warden (Back)
                                                           Wayne State, (Front) Jennifer Schraeder; Mike Markovic;
Jim Lux, Chris Lundberg, Tristan Morales, Tim Barouch,
                                                           Gabe Murillo; Matt Farmer (Back) Donny Peters, Assistant
Kevin Hamrick, Scott Deatherage
                                                           Coach; Katherine Lavelle, Neil Butt, Kelly Young, Ron
                                                           Stevenson

                   District VI




Emory, (Front) Scott Phillips, Stephen Chaudoin, Aimi
Hamraie, Cyrus Ghavi, Julie Hoehn (Back) David Heidt, Ed
                                                           Georgia, (Front) Spencer Diamond, Todd Mitchell, Brent
Lee, Jon Paul Lupo, Bill Newnam
                                                           Culpepper, Kevin Rabinowitz (Back) Ed Panetta, David
                                                           Cisneros, Robbie Quinn, Chris McIntosh, Jarrod Atchison




  Georgia State, Joe Bellon, Mike Davis, Regina Sum-
  mers, Joel Lemuel                                         Kentucky, (Front) Alex Thiele, Angelo Theodosopoulos ,
                                                            Reuben Schy, Mike Jones (Back) Roger Solt, JW Patterson,
                                                            Jon Sharp



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                                                                  West Georgia, (Front) Jane Munksgaard, Geoff Lun-
Samford, Ben Coulter, Clark Bowers, Erin Ramsey, Nick             deen (Back) Michael Hester, Joe Koehle, Sarah Hol-
Agnello, Ryan Galloway                                            brook


                                                                               District VII




 Wake Forest, (Front) Alex Lamballe, Seth Gannon, Elizabeth
 Gedmark, Chris Sedelmyer, Brad Hall, Jamie Carroll (Back) JP
 Lacy, Joe Packer, Paul Jhonson, Alan Coverstone, Sarah Spring,
 Blake Abbott, RJ Green, Ross Smith, Allan Louden
                                                                    Catholic, (Front) Mike Pomorski, Jeff Pope, Carly
                                                                    Shoupe (Back) Nathan Ketsdever, Mike Dutcher,
                                                                    Alyse Kraus




                                                                   James Madison , Alexis Gonzales-Black, Corey
   George Washington, (Front) Brett Wallace, Brian                 Yarbrough,, Andrew Barnes, Pete Bsumek
   Linder (Back) Steven D'Amico, Jake Weigler



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Liberty, Brett O'Donnell, Michael Hall, Melissa          Mary Washington, (Sitting) Clint Woods, Matt Struth,
Hurter, Lindsey Hoban, Georgia Hamman, John              Nick Ryan, Scott Berry (Standing) Heather Barnes, Jim
Nagy, Hays Watson                                        Lyle, Tim O’Donnell, Chris DeVaultes, Jim Lyle, Tim




  Pittsburgh, (Front) David Weston, Colin Esgro (Back)
  Cate Morrison, Gordon Mitchell, John Karlovic, John
                                                         Richmond, (Front) Bary Hausrath, Piero Mannino, Adrienne
  Rief
                                                         Brovero, Liz Lauzon, Kevin Kuswa, (Back) Nehal Shah,
                                                         Ryan Smith, Matt Bodnar, Joe Chicvak, Not pictured: Nirav
                                                         Patel
                District VIII




    Binghamton,, Joe Schatz, Matt Malia, Jake Gart-      Boston College, (Front) Jeffrey Sullivan, Mandy Castle,
    man                                                  Doowon Chung, John Katsulas (Back) Allen Best, Patrick
                                                         Waldinger


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Dartmouth, (Front) Josh Kernoff, Kade Olsen, Brian Smith,      Harvard, (Front) Ralph Paone, Eli Anders, Michael Klinger,
Kathryn Clark, Hunter Brooks, David (Back) John Turner,        Nikhil Mirchandani, Tripp Rebrovik, Daniel Luxemburg (Back)
Adam Garen, Maggie Berthiaume, Charles Olney, Caroline         Jairus Groves, Elliott Tarloff, Sherry Hall, Stefan Bauschard,
Harkins, Ken Strange, Ian Storey, Eric Slusherarks             Dallas Perkins, Dan Shalmon




     Rochester, (Front) Ben Wittwer, Buddy Khan (Back)
     Gordie Miller, Mike Baxter-Kauf, Ken Johnson, Kate
     Baxter-Kauf                                               Vermont, (Front) Nick Landsman-Roos, Jason Hitchcock
                                                               (Back) Jennifer Knops, Justin Morgan Parmett, Nakobe
                                                               Morgan Parmett (asleep), Helen Morgan Parmett

                 District IX




   Denver, (Front) Logan Martin, Justin Eckstein (Back) Uni-
   dentified, Jarrod Adams, Zach Westerfield, Brian Schrader   Idaho State, (Front) Garrett Bloom, Nichelle Klosterboer,
                                                               Jessica Yeats, Izak Dunn (Back) Sarah Partlow Lefevre,
                                                               Scott Odekirk, John Foy

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Wyoming, (Front) Will Jensen, Josh Schmerge, Chris Crowe,
Brian DeLong (Back) Eric Forslund, Matt Stannard, Seth
"Pinto" Ellsworth




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2006 National Debate Tournament 33
         SITES, HOSTS AND DIRECTORS OF PAST NDTs
From 1947 to 1966 the NDT was held at   1980                                   1994
the United States Military Academy      Site: University of Arizona            Site: University of Louisville
                                        Host: Tim A. Browning                  Host: Tim Hynes
1967                                    Director: Michael David Hazen          Director: Donn W. Parson
Site: University of Chicago             1981                                   1995
Host: Richard L. Lavarnway and          Site: California Poly Univ., Pomona    Site: West Georgia College
Thomas McClain                          Host: Robert Charles                   Host: Chester Gibson
Director: Stanley G. Rives              Director: Michael David Hazen          Director: Donn W. Parson
1968                                    1982                                   1996
Site: Brooklyn College                  Site: Florida State University         Site: Wake Forest University
Host: Charles E. Parkhurst              Host: Marilyn J. Young                 Host: Allan D. Louden
Director: Richard D. Rieke              Director: Michael David Hazen          Director: Donn W. Parson
1969                                    1983                                   1997
Site: Northern Illinois University      Site: Colorado College                 Site: Liberty University
Host: Charles M. Jack Parker            Host: James A. Johnson                 Host: Brett O'Donnell
Director: Roger Hufford                 Director: Michael David Hazen          Director: Donn W. Parson
1970                                    1984                                   1998
Site: University of Houston             Site: University of Tennessee          Site: Wayne State University
Host: William B. English                Host: Russell Taylor Church            Host: George Ziegelmueller
Director: David Matheny                 Director: David Zarefsky               Director: Donn W. Parson
1971                                    1985                                   1999
Site: Macalester College                Site: Gonzaga University               Site: University of Utah
Host: W. Scott Nobles                   Host: Darrell Scott and Joan Archer-   Host: Becky Bjork
Director: John C. Lehman                Cronin                                 Director: Donn W. Parson
1972                                    Director: David Zarefsky               2000
Site: University of Utah                1986                                   Site: Univ. of Missouri-Kansas City
Host: Jack Rhodes                       Site: Dartmouth College                Host: Linda Collier
Director: John C. Lehman                Host: Herbert L. James                 Director: Donn W. Parson
1973                                    Director: David Zarefsky               2001
Site: U.S. Naval Academy                1987                                   Site: Baylor University
Host: Philip Warken                     Site: Illinois State University        Host: Karla Leeper
Director: Merwyn A Hayes                Host: Arnie Madsen                     Director: Donn W. Parson
1974                                    Director: David Zarefsky               2002
Site: U.S. Air Force Academy            1988                                   Site: Southwest Missouri State Univ.
Host: David Whitlock                    Site: Weber State College              Host: John Fritch
Director: Merwyn A. Hayes               Host: Randy Scott                      Director: Donn W. Parson
1975                                    Director: David Zarefsky               2003
Site: University of the Pacific         1989                                   Site: Emory University
Host: Paul Winters                      Site: Miami University of Ohio         Host: Bill Newnam
Director: Michael David Hazen           Host: Jack Rhodes                      Director: Donn W. Parson
1976                                    Director: David Zarefsky               2004
Site: Boston College                    1990                                   Site: Catholic University
Host: Daniel M. Rohrer                  Site: West Georgia College             Host: Ron Bratt
Director: Michael David Hazen           Host: Chester Gibson                   Director: Donn W. Parson
1977                                    Director: Al Johnson                   2005
Site: Southwest Missouri State Univ.    1991                                   Site: Gonzaga University
Host: Rita Rice Flaningam               Site: Trinity University               Host: Glen Frappier
Director: Michael David Hazen           Host: Frank Harrison                   Director: John Fritch
1978                                    Director: Al Johnson                   2006
Site: Metropolitan State College,       1992                                   Site: Northwestern University
Denver                                  Site: Miami University of Ohio         Host: Scott Deatherage
Host: Gary Holbrook                     Host: Jack Rhodes                      Director: John Fritch
Director: Michael David Hazen           Director: Al Johnson
1979                                    1993
Site: University of Kentucky            Site: University of Northern Iowa
Host: J.W. Patterson                    Host: Bill Henderson
Director: Michael David Hazen           Director: Donn W. Parson
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2006 National Debate Tournament 35
        Champions, Runner-up and Final Four—1947-2006
1947 1st - South-                                         1952 1st - University of Redlands - James Q. Wilson
eastern State Col-                                        and Holt Spicer - Coach: E.R. Nichols
lege - W. Scott                                           2nd - Baylor University - John Claypool and Calvin
Nobles and Gerald                                         Cannon - Coach: Glenn Capp
Sanders - Coach:                                          3rd - University of New Mexico - Brock & Woodman
T.A. Houston                                              3rd - United States Military Academy
2nd - University
of Southern Cali-                                         1953 1st - University of Miami - Gerald Kogan and
fornia - Potter                                           Lawrence Perlmutter - Coach: Donald Sprague
Kerfott and                                               2nd - College of the Holy Cross - Michael McNulty and
George Grover - Coach: Alan Nichols                       John O'Connor - Coach: Henry J. Murphy, S.J.
3rd - United State Military Academy - John Lowrey and     3rd - University of Alabama - Louis B. Lusk and
George Dell                                               Murray C. Havens - Coach: Annabel D. Hagood
3rd - Notre Dame - Frank Finn and Tim Kelley              3rd - University of Vermont - H. Robert Spero and
                                                          Kevin E. Kearney - Coach: Charles Helgesen
1948 1st - North Texas State College - Keith Parks and
David Cotton - Coach: S.B. McAlister                      1954 1st - University of Kansas - William Amold and
2nd -University of Florida - Alan Weston and Gerald       Hubert Bell - Coach: Kim Giffin
Gordon - Coach: Wayne Eubank                              2nd - University of Florida - Robert Shevin and Larry
3rd - Purdue University                                   Sands - Coach: Douglas Ehninger
3rd - University of Kansas - Ed Stollenwerck and Ken-     3rd - Central State Oklahoma - Bill Henderson and Der-
neth Beasley                                              rill Pearce - Coach: Joe C. Jackson
                                                          3rd - San Diego State - Lewis V. Accord and Joel J.
1949 1st - University of Alabama - Oscar Newton and       Snyder - Coach: John W. Ackley
Mitchell Latoff - Coach: Annabel D. Hagood
2nd - Baylor University - Thomas Webb and Joseph          1955 1st - University of Alabama - Dennis Holt and Elis
Allbritton - Coach: Glenn Capp                            Storey - Coach: Annabel D. Hagood (Picture of Ala-
3rd - Ottawa University - LaVerne Buffum and Robert       bama 1955 Winning team with coach Annibel Hagood)
Logan - Coach: Lloyd Stafford                             2nd - Wilkes College - Harold Flannery and James Nev-
3rd - University of Vermont - Tom Hayes and John B.       eras - Coach: Arthur Kruger
Harrington - Coach: Robert B. Huber                       3rd - Wake Forest College - Joe Hough & Carwile
                                                          LeRoy - Coach: Franklin R. Shirley
1950 1st - University of Vermont - Richard O'Connell      3rd - Northwestern University - Max Nathan and Jerry
and Thomas Hayes - Coach: Robert B. Huber                 Borden- Coach: Joe Laine
2nd - Augustana College - Dorothy Koch and Charles
Lindberg - Coach: Martin Holcomb                          1956 1st - United States Military Academy - George
3rd - University of Florida - Jack Pesco and Walter Ap-   Walker and James Murphy - Coach: Abbott Greenleaf
plebaum - Coach: D.C. Barnland                            2nd - Saint Joseph's College - John Gough and J. Foley -
3rd - United States Military Academy - Walter             Coach: Joseph Erhart, S.J.
McSherry and Robert Gard - Coach: Chester Johnson         3rd - Greenville College (OH) - Gary Cronkhite and
                                                          Robert Werner - Coach: J. William Hunt
1951 1st - University of Redlands - James Wilson and      3rd - Augustana College - David Flemming and Phillip
Holt Spicer - Coach: E.R. Nichols                         Hubbart - Coach: Martin Holcomb
2nd - Kansas State Teachers College - Robert Howard
and Robert Kaiser - Coach: Charles Masten                 1957 1st - Augustana College - Norman Lefstein and
3rd - De Pauw University - Payne and Arvedson             Phillip Hubbart - Coach: Martin Holcomb (Photo Right)
3rd - Baylor University - Ted Clevenger and Calvin        2nd - United States Military Academy - James Murphy
Cannon - Coach: Glenn Capp                                and George Walker - Coach: Abbott Greenleaf
                                                          3rd - University of Pittsburgh - Samuel J. Reich and -
                                                          Richard M. Cromie - Coach: Robert Newman
                                                          3rd - Fordham University - Charles H. Connolly and
                                                          Michael Lanzarone - Coach: Rev. F.V. Courneen, S.J.


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1958 1st - Northwestern University - William Welsh and     1964 1st - University of the Pacific - Raoul Kennedy
Richard Kirshberg - Coach: Russell R. Windes               and Douglas Pipes - Coach: Paul Winters
2nd - Harvard University - David Bynum and James           2nd - Boston College - James J. Unger and Joseph
Kincaid - Coach: Robert O'Neill                            McLaughlin - Coaches: John Lawton and Lee Huebner
3rd - University of Southern California - Mike Miller      3rd - Georgetown University - John Hempelmann and
and Paul Sonnenberg - Coach: James H. McBath               Robert Shrum - Coach: William Reynolds
3rd - Princeton University - John H. Lewis, Jr. and Joel   3rd - United States Naval Academy - Rudi Milasich and
Davidow - Coach: Clarence Angell                           Edwin Linz - Coach: Lieutenant Lawrence J. Flink

1959 1st - Northwestern University - William Welsh and     1965 1st - Carson-Newman College - John Wittig and
Richard Kirshberg - Coach: Russell R. Windes               Barnett Pearce - Coach: Forrest Conklin
2nd - Wisconsin State University of Eau Claire - James     2nd - Northeastern State College - David Johnson and
Shafer and Charles Bush - Coach: Grace Walsh               Glen Strickland - Coach: Valgene Littlefield
3rd - University of Kansas - Ray Nichols and Don Bo-       3rd - University of Miami - Ron Sabo and Steve
wen - Coach: Wil Linkugel                                  Mackauf - Coach: Frank Nelson
3rd - San Diego State College - John Raser and Korman      3rd - Georgetown University - John Koeltl and Robert
(Korky) Ellis - Coach: John Ackley                         Schrum - Coach: William Reynolds

1960 1st - Dartmouth College - Anthony Roisman and         1966 1st - Northwestern University - Bill Snyder and
Saul Baernstein - Coach: Herbert L. James (Picture of      Mike Denger - Coach: Thomas B. McClain
Dartmouth 1960 Winners with Herb James)                    2nd - Wayne State University - Douglas Frost and Kath-
2nd - San Diego State College - John Raser and Robert      leen McDonald - Coach: George Ziegelmueller
Arnhym - Coach: John Ackley                                3rd - University of Alabama - Russel Drake and Fourier
3rd - Baylor University - Michael                          Gale - Coach: Anabel D. Hagood
Henke and George Schell - Coach:                           3rd - University of Southern California - Ric Flam and
Glenn Capp                                                 David Kenner - Coach: James C. DeBross
3rd - Northwestern University -
Dennis R. Hunt and John C. Rob-                            1967 1st - Dartmouth College - Tom Brewer and John
erts - Coach: Frank Nelson                                 Isaacson - Coach: Herbert L. James
                                                           2nd - Wayne State University - Don Ritzenheim and
1961 1st - Harvard University - Laurence Tribe and         Kathleen McDonald - Coach: George Ziegelmueller
Gene Clements - Coach: James Kincaid                       3rd -University of Pittsburgh - Michael Smith and Harry
2nd - King's College - Frank Harrison and Peter Smith -    Tuminello - Coach: Thomas Kane
Coach: Robert Connelly                                     3rd - Georgetown University - Michael Naylor and John
3rd - Baylor University - Michael Hanks and George         Keoltl - Coach: William Reynolds
Schell - Coach: Glenn Capp
3rd - Dartmouth College - Lawrence Wilson and Frank        1968 1st - Wichita State University - Robert Shields and
Mahady - Coach: Herbert James                              Lee Thompson - Coaches: Quincalee Stiegel and Marvin
                                                           Cox
1962 1st - Ohio State University - Dale Williams and       2nd - Butler University - Donald Kiefer and Carl Flani-
Sarah Benson - Coach: Richard Rieke                        gan - Coach: Nicholas Cripe
2nd - Baylor University - Calvin Kent and Michael          3rd - Michigan State University - Richard Brautigam
Henke - Coach: Glenn Capp                                  and Charles Humphreys - Coach: Ted Jackson
3rd - University of Miami - Neal Sonnett and Barry         3rd - University of Southern California - Chet Actis and
Richard - Coach: Donald Sprague                            Bill Anderson - Coach: John De-
3rd - College of the Holy Cross - Kevin Keogh and          Bross
Daniel Kolb - Coach: Rev. Paul McGrady
                                                           1969 1st - Harvard University -
1963 1st - Dartmouth College - Frank Wohl and Stephen      Richard Lewis and Joel Perwin -
Kessler - Coach: Herbert L. James                          Coach: Laurence Tribe
2nd - University of Minnesota - Andre Zdrazil and          2nd - University of Houston - David
David Krause - Coaches: Robert L. Scott                    Seikel and Michael Miller - Coach:
3rd - Boston College - James Unger and Joe McLaugh-        William B. English
lin - Coach: David Curtis                                  3rd - Loyola University of Los An-
3rd - University of Alabama - Richard Bouldin and          geles - John Tagg and Jim Caforio -
Robert E. Roberts - Coach:. Annabel Hagood                 Coach: George Schell
                                                           3rd - UCLA - Roy Schultz and Alec Wisner - Coach:.
                                                           Patricia Long
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1970 1st - University of Kansas - Robert McCulloh and     1976 1st - University of Kansas - Robin Rowland and
David Jeans - Coaches: Donn W. Parson and Jackson         Frank Cross - Coaches: Donn W. Parson and Bill
Harrell                                                   Balthrop
2nd - Canisius College - David Goss and David Wagner      2nd - Georgetown University - Charles Chafer and
- Coach: Bert Gross                                       David Ottoson - Coach: James J. Unger
3rd - University of Kansas - Daniel Beck and Robert       3rd - Augustana College - Robert Feldhake and Rick
Prentice - Coach: Donn W. Parson                          Godfrey - Coaches: Dan Bozik and Ken Strange
3rd - University of Houston - Mike Miller and Paul        3rd - University of Southern California - Michael Devlin
Colby - Coach: William English                            and Lawrence B. Solum - Coach: John DeBross

1971 1st - University of California, Los Angeles - Don    1977 1st - Georgetown University - John Walker and
Hornstein and Barrett McInerney - Coach: Patricia B.      David Ottoson - Coach: James J. Unger
Long                                                      2nd- University of Southern California - Leslie Sherman
2nd - Oberlin College - Scoot Lassar and Joe Misner -     and Steven Combs - Coaches: John C. DeBross
Coach: Larry E. Larmer                                    3rd - Redlands University - Mark Fabiani and Paul
3rd - University of Georgia - Pam Martinson and Tom       McNamara - Coach: William Southworth
Martinson - Coach: Richard Huseman                        3rd - University of Kansas - Robin Rowland and Frank
3rd - University of Kansas - Dan Beck and Robert Pren-    Cross - Coach: Donn W. Parson
tice - Coach: Donn W. Parson
                                                          1978 1st - Northwestern University - Mark Cotham and
1972 1st - University of California, Santa Barbara -      Stuart Singer - Coach: G.Thomas Goodnight
Mike Clough and Mike Fernandez - Coach: Kathy             2nd - University of Southern California - Steven Combs
Corey                                                     and Jon Cassanelli - Coaches: John C. DeBross and Lee
2nd - University of Southern California - Ron Palmieri    Garrison
and Dennis Winston - Coach: John C. DeBross               3rd - University of Redlands - Mark Fabiani and Mark
3rd - Brown University - Tuna Snider and Hotep X -        Warfel - Coach: William Southworth
Coach: Barbara Tannenbaum                                 3rd - Georgetown University - David Ottoson and Tho-
3rd - University of Southern California - Geoff Good-     mas Rollins - Coach: James J. Unger
man and King Schofield - Coach: Barbara O'Connor
                                                          1979 1st - Harvard University - Michael B. King and
1973 1st - Northwestern University - Elliot Mincberg      John M. Bredehoft - Coaches: Charles E. Garvin and
and Ron Marmer - Coach: David Zarefsky                    Greg A. Rosenbaum
2nd - Georgetown University - Bradley Ziff and Stewart    2nd - Northwestern University - Don Dripps and Mark
Jay - Coach: James J. Unger                               Cotham - Coach: G. Thomas Goodnight
3rd - Southwest Missouri State University - Tom Black     3rd - West Georgia College - Paul E. Weathington and
and Jon Jackson - Coach: Donal J. Stanton                 Randy J. Evans - Coach: Chester Gibson
3rd - University of Kansas - William Russell and Wil-     3rd - University of Kansas - Steve Griffin and Fowler -
liam Hensley - Coach: Donn W. Parson                      Coach: Donn W. Parson

1974 1st - Harvard University - Greg A. Rosenbaum and     1980 1st - Northwestern University - Don Dripps and
Charles E. Garvin - Coach: Mark Arnold                    Tom Fulkerson - Coach: G. Thomas Goodnight
2nd - Augustana College - Bob Feldhake and Rick God-      2nd - Harvard University - John M. Bredehoft and Wil-
frey - Coach: Dan Bozik                                   liam C. Foutz - Coaches: Dallas Perkins and L. Jeffrey
3rd - University of Kentucky - Ben Jones and Jim Flegle   Pash
- Coach: J. W. Patterson                                  3rd - Samford University - LeBlanc and McWhorter -
3rd - University of Southern California - Thomas Hoz-     Coach; Skip Coulter
duk and Michael Higelin - Coach: John DeBross             3rd - Dartmouth College - Stephen Meagher and Tom
                                                          Issacson - Coach: Ken Strange
1975 1st - Baylor University - Jay Hurst and David Kent
- Coach: Lee Polk                                         1981 1st - University of Pittsburgh - Michael Alberty
2nd - University of Redlands - Greg Ballard and Bill      and Stephen Marzen - Coach: Thomas Kane
Smelko - Coach: William Southworth                        2nd - Dartmouth College - Cy Smith and Mark
3rd - Boston College - Michael Health & Ted Olson -       Weinhardt - Coaches: Herb James and Ken Strange
Coach: Kay Hodge                                          3rd - University of Kentucky - Jeff Jones and Steve
3rd - University of Kentucky - Mary Thompson and Gil      Mancuso - Coach: J.W. Patterson and Roger Solt
Skillman - Coach: J. W. Patterson                         3rd - University of Louisville - Dan Sutherland and
                                                          Dave Sutherland - Coach: Tim Hynes

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1982 1st - University of Louisville - Dave Sutherland     3rd - University of Nebraska, Lincoln - John Fritch and
and Dan Sutherland - Coach: Tim Hynes                     Bradley Walker - Coaches: Jack Kay and Matt Sob-
2nd - University of Redlands - Bill Isaacson and Jeff     nosky
Wagner - Coach: William Southworth                        3rd - Dartmouth College - Shaun Martin and Rob Wick -
3rd - Dartmouth College - Robin Jacobohn and Mark         Coach: Ken Strange
Weinhardt - Coach: Ken Strange
3rd - University of Kentucky - Steve Mancuso and Con-     1988 1st - Dartmouth College - Shaun Martin and Rob
don McGlothlen - Coach: J.W. Patterson                    Wick - Coaches: Ken Strange, John Culver, Jeff Leon,
                                                          Eric Jaffe, and Lenny Gail
1983 1st - University of Kansas - Mark Gidley and         2nd - Baylor University - Daniel Plants and Martin Loe-
Rodger Payne - Coach: Donn W. Parson                      ber - Coaches: Cary Voss and Erik Walker
2nd - Dartmouth College - Robin Jacobsohn and Tom         3rd - Loyola-Marymount - Todd Flaming and Madison
Lyon - Coaches: Herbert L. James, Ken Strange, and        Laird - Coach: Jay Busse
Steve Mancuso                                             3rd -University of Michi-
3rd - Dartmouth College - Lenny Gail and Koulogeorge      gan - Michael Green and
- Coach: Ken Strange                                      Andrew Schrank - Coach:
3rd- Samford University - Melanie Gardner and Erik        Steve Mancuso
Walker - Coach: Skip Coulter
                                                          1989 1st - Baylor Univer-
1984 1st - Dartmouth College - Lenny Gail and Mark        sity - Daniel Plants and
Koulogeorge - Coaches: Herbert L. James, Ken Strange,     Martin Loeber - Coach: Cary Voss, Lyn Robbins,
and Tom Lyon                                              David, Guardina, and Griffin Vincent
2nd - University of Louisville - Cindy Leiferman and      2nd - University of Michigan - Andrew Schrank and Joe
Mark Whitehead - Coach: Tim Hynes                         Thompson - Coach: Steve Mancuso
3rd - Harvard University - Jonathan Massey and Jona-      3rd - Emory University - Frank Lowrey and Gus
than Weiner - Coach: Dallas Perkins                       Puryear - Coaches: Melissa Wade and Bill Newnam
3rd - Northwestern University - Easton and Doug Sigel -   3rd - University of Kentucky - McKinney and Rockefel-
Coach: G. Thomas Goodnight                                ler - Coaches: J.W. Patterson and Roger Solt

1985 1st - Harvard University - Jonathan Massey and Ed    1990 1st - Harvard University - David Coale and Alex
Swaine - Coaches: Dallas Perkins and Jonathan Wiener      Lennon - Coaches: Sherry Hall and Dallas Perkins
2nd - University of Iowa - Robert Garman and Karla        2nd - University of Redlands - Rodger Cole and Marc
Leeper - Coaches: Robert Kemp, Dale Herbeck Greg          Rubenstein - Coach: William Southworth
Phelps, and John Katsulas                                 3rd - Dartmouth College - Scott Groussman and Neal
3rd - Dartmouth College - Eric Jaffe and Karen            Katyal - Coaches: Ken Strange, Frank LaSalle, and
McGaffey - Coaches: Ken Strange, Herb James, David        Shaun Martin
Cheshier                                                  3rd - Dartmouth College - Kenneth Agran and Young -
3rd - Loyola Marymount - John Doran and Peter Fergu-      Coaches: Ken Strange, Frank LaSalle, and Shaun Martin
son - Coach: Jay Busse
                                                          1991 1st - University of Redlands - Rodger Cole and
1986 1st - University of Kentucky - David Brownell and    Marc Rubenstein - Coach: William Southworth and
Ouita Papka - Coaches: J.W. Patterson and Roger Solt      Judd Kimball
2nd - Georgetown University - Michael Mazarr and Stu-     2nd - University of Michigan - Colin Kahl and Matt
art Rabin - Coach: Greg Mastel                            Shors - Coaches: Steve Mancuso, Ken Schuler, Jeff
3rd - Baylor University - Mark Dyer and Lyn Robbins -     Mondak
Coach: Robin Rowland                                      3rd - Dartmouth College -
3rd - Northwestern University - Les Lynn and Catherine    Kenneth Agran and Katyal
Palczewski - Coaches: Charles Kaufman, Scott Harris,      - Coaches: Ken Strange,
Cori Dauber, Michelle Howard, Eric Gander, and Shel-      Shawn Martin, Ernie
ley Clubb                                                 Young, Rob Wick, Sherry
                                                          Hall, and Lynn Coyne
1987 1st - Baylor University - Lyn Robbins and Griffin    3rd - University of Iowa -
Vincent - Coaches: Robert Rowland, David                  Nathan Coco and Charles Smith - Coaches: David
BHingstman, Cary Voss, Bob Gilmore,and Mark Dyer          Hingstman Michael Janas, David Cheshier, and Shawn
2nd - Dartmouth College - Craig Budner and Chrissy        Shearer
Mahoney - Coaches: Herbert L. James, Ken Strange,
David Rhaesa, and Erik Jaffe

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1992 1st -Georgetown University - Kevin Kuswa and
Ahilan Arulanantham - Coaches: Jeff Parcher and Laura     1996 1st - Emory University - Kate Shuster and David
Tuell-Parcher                                             Heidt - Coaches: Bill Newnam, Melissa Wade, Brian
2nd - Harvard University - Rebecca Tushnet and Fred       Lain, Jamie McKown, Charlie Henn
Karem - Coaches: Sherry Hall and Dallas Perkins           2nd - University of Iowa - Chris Mutel and Corey
3rd - Dartmouth College - Kenny Agran and Lovitt -        Rayburn - Coaches: David Hingstman, Heidi Hamilton,
Coaches: Ken Strange, Sherry Hall, Ernie Young, Neal      Nathan Coco, Ernest Wagner, Omar Guevera
Katyal, and Lynn Coyne                                    3rd - Baylor University - Charles Blanchard and Kelly
3rd - University of Redlands - Paul Derby and Tessier -   Dunbar - Coaches: Karla Leeper, Jon Burschke, Ryan
Coaches: William Southworth and Judd Kimball              Gallowy, Josh Zive
                                                          3rd - University of Michigan - Michael Dickler and
1993 1st -Dartmouth College - Steven Sklaver and Ara      Scott Hessell - Coaches: Steve Mancuso, Judd Kimball,
Lovitt - Coaches: Ken Strange, Bill Russell, Kevin        Matt Shors
Kuswa
2nd - Georgetown University - Ahilan Arulananthain     1997 1st - Wake Forest University - Daveed Garten-
and Eric Truett - Coach: Jeff Parcher                  stein-Ross and Brian Prestes - Coaches: Ross Smith,
McDonald, Jeff Jarman, Cary Voss, and Heather          Allan Louden, Adrienne Brovero, Patrick McMullen,
Aldridge                                               Maxwell Schnurer, Jason Jarvis, Eric Truett
3rd - Wayne State University - Toby Arquette and       2nd - University of Georgia - Paul Barsness and Daniel
Derek Gaffrey - Coaches: George Ziegelmueller, Ede     Davis - Coaches: Edward Panetta, Joe Bellon, Len
Warner, McDonald, Jeff Jarman, Cary Voss, and          Neighbors, Catherine Shuster, Doyle Srader, Gordon
Heather Aldridge                                       Stables
3rd - Wake Forest University - Mark Grant and Rich     3rd - University of Michigan - Scott Hessell and Corey
Fledderman - Coaches: Allan Louden, Ross Smith, Sue    Stoughton - Coaches: Steve Mancuso, Nate Smith, Mike
Pester, Alan Coverstone, Joe Bellon, Marc Rubenstein   Dickler
                                                       3rd - University of Georgia - Michael Cates and Christo-
1994 1st - Northwestern University - Sean McCaffity    pher Macintosh - Coaches: Edward Panetta, Joe Bellon,
and Jody Terry - Coach: Scott Deatherage, Steve Ander- Len Neighbors, Catherine Shuster
son, Gordon Mitchell, Kevin Hamrick
2nd - Harvard University - Stephen Andrews and Fred    1998 1st - Northwestern University - Michael Gottleib
Karem - Coaches: Dallas Perkins and Sherry Hall        & Ryan Sparacino - Coaches: Scott Deatherage, Greg
3rd - University of Kansas - Ryan Boyd and Josh Zive - Blankenship, Nate Smith
Coaches: Scott Harris, Rod Phares, Ben Voth, Kelly     2nd - Emory University - George Kouros and Anjan
McDonald, Jeff Jarman, Cary Voss, and Heather          Sahni - Coaches: Melissa Wade, Bill Newnam, Chris
Aldridge                                               Lindberg, David Heidt, Jamie McKown
3rd - Wake Forest University - Adrienne Brovero and    3rd - Michigan State University - Erik Cornelier and
Marcia Tiersky - Coaches: Ross Smith, Allan Louden,    John Sullivan - Coaches: James Roper, Will Repko,
J.P. Lacy, Melanie Henson, Mark Grant, Tim O’Donnell Biza Repko, Jason Trice, Terry Johnson, Jason Russell
                                                       3rd - University of Michigan - Corey Stoughton & Les-
1995 1st - Northwestern University - Sean McCaffity    ley Wexler - Coaches: Steve Mancuso, Adrienne
and Jody Terry - Coach: Scott Deatherage, Gordon       Brovero
Mitchell, Nate Smith
2nd - Harvard University - Stephen Andrews and Re-     1999 1st - Northwestern University - Michael Gottleib
becca Tushnet - Coaches: Dallas Perkins and Sherry     & Ryan Sparacino - coaches: Scott Deatherage, Brian
Hall                                                   McBride, Adrienne Brovero, Nate Smith, Toby Arquett
3rd - Wake Forest University - Adrienne Brovero and    2nd - Emory University - Stephen Bailey & Kamal
John Hughes - Coaches: Ross                            Ghali - Coaches: Melissa Wade, Bill Newman, Dan
Smith, Allan Louden, Mark Grant,                       Fitzmeier, Cate Schuster, David Heidt, Stephen Heidt,
Stefan Bauschard, Tim O'Donnell,                       Chris Lundberg
Shannon Redmond                                        3rd - University of Kansas, Mike Eber & Grant McKee-
3rd - University of Texas - Jonathan                   han - Coaches: Scott Harris, Sarah Patlow, Stacey So-
Brody and Eric Emerson - Coach:                        wards, Val Renegar, Jeff VanCleave, Hajir Ardebili
Joel Rollins, Brian McBride, Kevin                     3rd - Emory University - Larry Heftman & Jeff McNabb
Kuswa, James Martin, Aaron                             - Coaches: Melissa Wade, Bill Newman, Dan Fitzmeier,
Timmons                                                Cate Schuster, David Heidt, Stephen Heidt, Chris
                                                       Lundberg.


                                                                          2006 National Debate Tournament 40
2000 1st - Emory University; Jon Paul Lupo & Michael     2003 1st - Northwestern University - Geoff Garen &
Horowitz - Coaches: Melissa Wade, Bill Newman,           Tristen Morales - Coaches: Scott Deatherage, Adrieene
David Heidt, Jennifer Alme, Chris Lindberg, Shanara      Brovero, Brian McBride, Dan Fitzmier, Judd Kimball,
Reid, Dan Fitzmeier, Russ Falconer                       Jonathan Paul.
2nd - Michigan State University - Coaches: James         2nd - Dartmouth College - Brain Smith & Ben Thorpe -
Roper, Will Repko, John Sullivan, Jason Trice, Jason     Coaches: Ken Strange, Adam Garen, Bill Russell
Russell, Erik Slusher, James                             3rd - Whitman College - Thad Blank & Charles Olney -
3rd - Emory University, Stephen Bailey & Kamal Ghali     Coaches: Jim Hansoe, Brian Simmonds, & Jessica Clark
- Coaches: Melissa Wade, Bill Newnam, David Heidt,       3rd - Michigan State University - Calum Matheson &
Jennifer Alme, Chris Lindberg, Shannara Reid, Dan        Joe Siegmann - Coaches: Will Repko, Mike Eber
Fitzmeier, Russ Falconer
3rd - Texas, Kirk Evans & Jairos Grove - Coaches: Joel 2004 1st - Michigan State University - Greta Stahl &
Rollins, David Bresherars, Eric Emerson, Eric Jenkins, David Strauss - Coach Mike Eber, Will Repko
Kevin Kuswa, Jack Stroube                              2nd - Univ. of California Berkeley - TejinderSingh &
                                                       Dan Shalmon - Coach Dave Arnett
2001 1st - University of Iowa - Andy Peterson & Andy 3rd - Northwestern - Tristen Morales & Jim Lux - Scott
Ryan - Coaches: David Hingstman, Paul Bellus, Andy     Deatherage, Adri Brovero, Judd Kimball, Dan Fitzmier,
Geppert, Kristin Langwell                              Chris Lundberg
2nd - Emory University, Stephen Bailey & Kamal Ghali 3rd - Mighican State University - Sean Van Horn &
- Coaches: Melissa Wade, Bill Newnam, Chris            Hardy - Coach Mike Eber, Will Repko
Lundberg, Jon Paul Lupo
3rd - Michigan State University - Austin Carson & Ca- 2005 1st - Northwestern - Tristen Morales & Josh Bran-
lum Matheson - Coaches: Will Repko, Jason Trice        son, Coach Scott Deatherage
3rd - Dartmouth College - Alex Burger & Adam Garen - 2nd - Univ. of California Berkeley - Stacey Nathan &
Coaches: Ken Strange, Bill Russell, Kivan Garen, Ryan Criag Wickersham, Coach Dave Arnett, Greg Achten
Sparacino                                              3rd - Univ. of Texas - Austin - Sara Apel & Alex More,
                                                       Coach Joel Rollins
2002 1st - Northwestern University - Jake Foster &     3rd - Harvard University - Dan Luxemburg & Christine
Jonathan Paul - Coaches: Scott Deatherage, Adrienne    Malumphy, Coach Sherry Hall & Dallas Perkins
Brovero, Dan Fitzmier, Jarius Grove, Judd Kimball, and
Brian McBride                                          2006 1st - Michigan State - Casey Harringan & Ryan
2nd - University of Kentucky - Russ Hubbard and Mike Burke, Coaches Mike Eber, Will Repko, Dave Strauss,
Tetlaff - Coaches: J.W. Patterson, Roger Solt, Aaron   Josh Gonzalez
Kall, and Trevor Wells                                 2nd - Wake Forest - Brad Hall & Jamie Carroll,
3rd - State University of West Georgia - Rashad Evans Coaches, Ross Smith, JP Lacy, RJ Green, Blake Abbott,
& Sarah Holbrook - Coaches: Michale Hester, Daniel     Sarah Spring, Joe Packer, Paul Johnson, Allan Louden
Davis, Paul Barsness, Kenda Cunningham, and Randy      3rd - Emory - Scott Phillip & Cyrus Ghavi, Coaches Bill
Luskey                                                 Newnam, Melissa Wade
3rd - Michigan State University - Greta Stahl & David  3rd - Wayne State - Matt Farmer & Gabe Murrrilo,
Strauss - Coaches: Jason Trice, William Repko, Alison Coaches Kelly Young, Ron Stevenson, George
Woidan, and Michael Eber                               Ziegelmueller




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      PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS AT THE NATIONAL DEBATE TOURNAMENT
                                                     1947-2006
Abilene Christian College (TX): 1955, 56, 57, 58, 61, 65, 69, 70 (8)
University of Alabama: 1948, 49, 50, 53, 54, 55, 56, 58, 60, 61, 63, 64, 66, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 2003, 04,
05 (24)
Albion College (MI):1967, 69 (2)
American University (DC): 1961 (1)
University of Arizona: 1949, 50, 69, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85 (13)
Arizona State University: 1947, 67, 87, 88, 89, 98,2000,05 (8)
Arkansas State: 2001 (1)
University of Arkansas: 1950 (1)
Auburn University (AL): 1985, 86 (2)
Augustana College (IL): 1947, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 64, 66, 67, 68, 70, 73, 74, 75,
76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 05 (43)
Augustana College (SD): 1976, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 89, 90, 91, 92, 96 (16)
Bakersfield Community College (CA): 1990 (1)
Bates College (ME): 1948, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88,89, 90 (16)
Baylor University (TX): 1948, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 55, 56,58, 60, 61, 62, 64, 67, 69, 71, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 81,
82,83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 05, 06 (47)
Binghamton, State Univ. of NY : 2005, 06 (2)
Boston College: 1962, 63, 64, 65, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 74, 75, 79, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 2001, 02,
03, 04, 05, 06 (29)
Boston University: 1960, 73, 74, 75 (4)
Bowling Green State University (OH) 1950, 51, 70, 75, 76, 78 (6)
Bradley University (IL): 1951, 69, 79 (3)
Brandeis University (MA): 1965, 67 (2)
Brigham Young University (UT): 1955, 56, 60, 62, 63, 66, 78 (7)
Brooklyn College (NY): 1961 (1)
Brown University (RI): 1969, 70, 72 (3)
Butler University (IN): 1959, 61, 67, 68, 80, 81, 83, 88, 90, 91, 92 (11)
University of California at Berkeley: 1968, 77, 81, 94, 97, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (13)
University of California at Los Angeles: 1948, 54, 66, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 78 (13)
University of California at Santa Barbara: 1964, 71, 72, 73, 75 (5)
California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo: 2001 (1)
California State University, Bakersfield: 2000, 01, 02 (3)
California State University, Chico: 1998, 2000, 01, 03 (4)
California State University, Fullerton: 1970, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78, 80, 83, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93,
94, 95, 98, 99, 2000, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (29)
California State University, Long Beach: 2003, 04, 05 (3)
California State University, Los Angeles: 1955, 56, 61, 66, 73, 76 (6)
California State University, Northridge (San Fernando Valley State): 1965, 67, 68,70,71,72, 74 (7)
California State University, Sacramento: 1971,74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 81, 82 (9)
California State University, San Diego: 1949, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 72, 96 (15)
Canisius College (NY): 1969, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 77, 78, 79 (9)
Capital University (OH): 1948, 73, 74 (3)
Carson-Newman College (TN): 1964, 65, 66 (3)
Case Western Reserve (formerly Case Institute of Technology, OH): 1953, 66, 2004, 05, 06 (5)
Catholic University (DC): 1974, 75, 76, 77, 78, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 06 (10)
University of Central Florida (Florida Tech): 1976, 78, 79, 80, 81, 83 (6)
Central Michigan University: 1974, 76, 83, 85, 86, 88, 90, 94 (8)
Central Oklahoma State University: 1952, 53, 54, 55, 56, 61, 63, 72, 85, 86, 87, 89, 2006 (13)
Champlain College (NY): 1949 (1)
University of Chicago: 1948, 49 (2)
Claremont McKenna College (CA): 1978, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 87 (9)

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Coe College (IA): 1948 (1)
Colgate University (NY): 1951 (1)
Colorado College: 1975, 77, 79 (3)
University of Colorado: 1947, 1948 (2)
Concordia College (MN): 1967, 68, 73, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 99, 2001, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (20)
Cornell University (NY): 1976, 99, 2003 (3)
Dartmouth College (NH): 1948, 51, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76,
77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01 02, 03, 04, 05, 06
(53)
David Lipscomb College (TN): 1955 (1)
University of Denver (CO): 1954, 67, 68, 69, 70, 85, 2006 (7)
DePauw University (IN): 1948, 49, 51, 57 (4)
University of Detroit (MI): 1967 (1)
Drury College (MO): 1972, 80 (2)
Duke University (NC): 1956, 57, 58, 61 (4)
Duquesne University (PA), 1996 (1)
Eastern Illinois University: 1971, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 88, 89 (15)
Eastern Nazarene College (MA): 1958, 60, 61 (3)
Eastern New Mexico University: 1998, 99, 2003 (3)
College of Eastern Utah: 2001 (1)
Emory University (GA): 1965, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 77, 78, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93,
94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (36)
Emporia State University (Kansas State Teachers College): 1951, 53, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 65, 66, 69, 70, 73, 74,
76, 77, 80, 81, 82, 2001, 02, 03, 04 (23)
Fairmont State College (WV): 1976, 78 (2)
University of Florida: 1948, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56, 57, 59, 62, 68, 69, 70, 2003,05 (15)
Florida State University: 1975, 97, 2001 (3)
Fordham University (NY): 1957, 59, 66 (3)
Fordham University School of Education (NY): 1958, 59, 61 (3)
Fort Hays State College (KS): 1961, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05 (8)
George Mason University (VA): 1974, 75, 80, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2001,
03, 04, 05 (23)
George Washington University (DC): 1949, 51, 52, 54, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 76, 81,
82, 83, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (41)
Georgetown College (KY): 1949 (1)
Georgetown University (DC): 1952, 56, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82,
83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04 (44)
University of Georgia: 1967, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01,
02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (28)
Georgia State University: 1984, 85, 86, 88, 2001, 03, 04, 06 (8)
Gonzaga University (WA): 1947, 48, 59, 60, 62, 72, 75, 76, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, 86, 87, 97, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03,
04, 05, 06 (25)
Greenville College (IL): 1956 (1)
Harvard University (MA): 1950, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77,
78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (52)
Hiram College (OH): 1952 (1)
College of the Holy Cross (MA): 1948, 51, 52, 53, 54, 62, 63 (7)
University of Houston (TX): 1951, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 82, 83
(22)
Houston Baptist University (TX): 1987, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93 (6)
Howard University (DC): 1952, 54 (2)
University of Idaho: 1952, 58 (2)
Idaho State University: 1953, 57, 61, 2003, 04, 05, 06 (7)
Illinois College: 1954 (1)
University of Illinois, Chicago Circle: 1952, 53, 54, 56, 58, 64, 65 (7)
University of Illinois, Urbana: 1954, 56, 64 (3)
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Illinois State University (Normal): 1952, 54, 55, 62, 63, 72, 73, 81, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 99, 2000, 01, 02,
(20)
University of Indiana: 1993 (1)
Indiana State Teachers College: 1947, 1973 (2)
University of Iowa: 1972, 73, 75, 77, 78, 80, 81, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99,
2000, 01, 03, 04, 05, 06 (30)
Iowa State University: 1952, 71, 74, 82, 83, 84 (6)
James Madison University (VA): 1979, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000,
02, 03, 05, 06 (24)
John Carroll University (OH): 1978, 80, 81, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01 (10)
John Hopkins University (MD): 1977, 78, 79 (3)
University of Kansas: 1948, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57 , 58, 59, 60, 63, 64, 66, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72,73, 74, 75,
76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05,
06 (54)
Kansas State College of Pittsburg: 1961, 63, 67 (3)
Kansas State University: 1955, 64, 75, 76, 77, 83, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03 (12)
University of Kentucky: 1960, 64, 67, 68, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 84,
85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 06 (36)
Kent State University: (OH) 1951 (1)
King's College (PA): 1959, 60, 61, 63, 67, 68, 77, 83, 91, 92, 93, 95, 96, 97 (14)
University of LaVerne (CA): 1988, 89, 90, 91, 92 (5)
Lewis and Clark College (OR): 1964, 66, 67, 71, 75, 76, 77, 78, 80, 99, 2000 (11)
Liberty University (VA): 1989, 90, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 97. 98, 2001, 02, 04, 05, 06 (13)
Louisiana College: 1947, 48, 49, 53, 54 (5)
University of Louisville (KY): 1979, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99,
2000, 04, 05 (24)
Los Angeles City College (CA): 1996 (1)
Loyola-Marymount University (CA): 1962, 63, 65, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 77, 78, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84,
85, 86, 87, 88, 90, 2000 (25)
Loyola University (Chicago): 1960, 70, 72, 2003, 04 (5)
Luther College (IA): 1950 (1)
Macalaster College (MN): 1956, 61, 71, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 84, 85, 86, 87, 97, 98, 2000, 06 (21)
Marietta College (OH): 1959, 89, 90 (3)
Marquette University (WI): 1958, 69 (2)
Mary Washington College (VA): 1991, 92, 93, 94, 96, 97, 2004, 05, 06 (9)
University of Maryland: 1966 (1)
University of Massachusetts: 1973, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88 (16)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1948, 49, 56, 57, 58, 62, 63, 65, 66, 68, 69, 71, 73, 74, 75, 76, 79, 2001,
02 (19)
Mercer University (GA): 1978, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 87, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 2000, 01, 02, 03 (18)
University of Miami (FL): 1952, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 65, 66, 68, 69, 74, 97, 98, 2000 (19)
Miami University (OH): 1976, 80, 81, 87, 88, 89, 91, 92, 97, 98, 2001, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (16)
University of Michigan: 1971, 72, 76, 77, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 05
(22)
Michigan State University: 1953, 66, 68, 69, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (14)
Middlebury College (VT): 1955 (1)
Middle Tennessee State University: 1970, 72, 77 (3)
Midland College (NB): 1953 (1)
Midwestern College (IA): 1969 (1)
Missouri State (formerly Southwest Missouri State University): 1952, 55, 57, 59, 60, 62, 64, 65, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73,
74, 75, 77, 78, 93, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (29)
University of Minnesota: 1962, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 73, 82, 83 (9)
University of Mississippi: 1947, 51, 52 (3)
University of Missouri, Columbia: 1968, 71, 72, 2004 (4)
University of Missouri, Kansas City (Univ. of Kansas City): 1961, 62, 66, 68, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06
(13)
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University of Montana: 1949, 50, (2)
Montana State University: 1951, 60 (2)
Morehead State University (KY): 1977, 78, 79, 80 (4)
Mount Mercy College (PA): 1953 (1)
Nebraska State College at Kearney: 1965, 66 (2)
Nebraska Wesleyan University: 1951, 52, 54, 55 (4)
University of Nebraska, Lincoln: 1980, 83, 86, 87 (4)
University of Nebraska, Omaha: 1977 (1)
University of Nevada, Las Vegas: 1992, 96, 97, 98 (4)
University of Nevada, Reno: 1948 (1)
University of New Hampshire: 1971 (1)
University of New Mexico: 1951, 52, 54, 85, 90, 95, 96, 98 (8)
State University of New York College at Genesco: 1953 (1)
New York University: 2000, 01, 02, 03 (4)
Northeastern Oklahoma State University: 1962, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 72, 73, 81, 82, 84, 85 (15)
Northern Arizona University: 1987, 88, 89, 91 (4)
Northern Illinois University: 1965 (1)
University of Northern Michigan: 1975 (1)
Northwest Missouri State University: 1979, 80, 82 (3)
Northwestern College (MN): 1963 (1)
Northwestern University (IL): 1947, 49, 50, 54, 55, 58, 59, 60, 62, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76,
77, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (50)
University of North Carolina:-Chapel Hill 1971, 72, 73, 74, 75, 77, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92,
93, 94, 97, 98 (22)
University of North Dakota: 1979 (1)
University of North Texas: 1948, 49, 59, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 79, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 95, 96,
97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (32)
University of Northern Colorado: 1971, 74, 75 (3)
University of Northern Iowa: 1974, 75, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 99, 2003
(21)
University of Notre Dame (IN): 1947, 48, 49, 50, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 65, 78 (11)
Oberlin College (OH): 1968, 69, 70, 71, 72 (5)
Occidental College (CA): 1953 (1)
Odessa College (TX): 1981, 82, 86, 87, 90 (5)
Ohio University: 1970, 71, 72, 74, 75, 77, 79, 82 (8)
Ohio State University: 1947, 52, 60, 61, 62, 63, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 86, 87 (13)
University of Oklahoma: 1957, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63, 64, 2004, 05, 06 (10)
Oklahoma Baptist University: 1947 (1)
Oklahoma City University: 1965 (1)
Oklahoma State University: 1968, 69, 70 (3)
Old Dominion University (VA): 1995 (1)
University of Oregon: 1960, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 73, 74 75, 82, 84, 2002 (16)
Oregon State University: 1947, 48, 54, 63, 64 (5)
Ottawa University (KS): 1949 (1)
Pace University (NY): 1975, 81, 83, 84, 87, 90, 97, 98, 99, 2000 (10)
University of the Pacific (CA): 1958, 61, 64, 65, 68, 69, 71, 72, 76 (9)
Pacific Lutheran University (WA): 1952, 56, 62, 72, 82, 83, 84 (7)
Pacific University (OR): 1949, 55, 57, 65, 73 (5)
University of Pennsylvania: 1949, 50, 51, 54, 57, 58, 59, 60, 65, 66, 87, 89, 90, 91 (14)
Pennsylvania State College: 1947, 50, 52, 55 (4)
Pepperdine University (formerly George C.): 1949, 50, 51, 52, 53, 99, 2001, 02, 03, 04 (10)
Phillips University (OK): 1949 (1)
University of Pittsburgh (PA): 1953, 57, 60, 62, 64, 66, 67, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 85, 86,
87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 95, 96, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (39
P)rinceton University (NJ): 1951, 53, 56, 57, 58, 61 (6)

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University of Puget Sound (WA): 1956, 57, 2001, 04 (4)
Purdue University (IN): 1947, 48, 50, 60, 61, 62 (6)
University of Redlands (CA): 1950, 51, 52, 57, 59, 62, 64, 65, 69, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84,
85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (44)
Regis College (CO): 2002, 03, 04, 05 (4)
University of Rhode Island: 1973 (1)
Rice University (TX): 1957 (1)
University of Richmond (VA): 1956, 62, 65, 76, 2003, 04, 05, 06 (8)
Roanoke College (VA): 1950 (1)
Rochester University (NY): 2002, 03, 04, 05, 06 (5)
Rockhurst College (MO): 1962, 64 (2)
Rutgers University (NJ): 1947, 68, 69, 71, 73, 74 (6)
Saint Anselm's College (NH): 1956, 59, 64, 68, 69, 71, 72 (7)
Saint John's University (NY): 1953, 54, 62, 64 (4)
Saint Joseph's College (PA): 1955, 56, 57, 59, 67 (5)
Saint Martin's College (WA): 1951, 53, 59 (3)
Saint Mary's College (MN): 1949 (1)
Saint Olaf College (MN): 1948, 49, 51, 52, 53, 57, 62, 63 (8)
Saint Peter's College (NJ): 1951, 53, 55, 57, 59, 62 (6)
College of Saint Thomas (MN): 1947, 50 (2)
Samford University (AL): 1973, 74, 75, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92, 93, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 02,
     03, 05, 06 (25)
University of San Francisco (CA): 1956, 58 (2)
San Jacinto College (TX): 1986 (1)
San Joaquin Delta College (CA): 1980, 81 (2)
University of Scranton (PA): 1961 (1)
University of Seattle (WA): 2002 (1)
Seton Hall University (NJ): 1960, 72, 73, 79, 83, 85 (6)
Smith College (MA): 1952 (1)
University of South Carolina: 1950, 51, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 67,
     68 (15)
University of South Dakota: 1967, 68, 75, 91 (4)
South Dakota State College: 1954 (1)
University of the South (TN): 1949 (1)
Southeast Oklahoma State University: 1947, 48, 49, 50, 73, 74, 76, 94, 95, 96 (10)
Southwestern State College, OK: 1959 (1)
University of Southern California: 1947, 48, 50, 51, 52, 54, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72,
     73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02,
     03, 04, 05, 06 (55)
Southern Illinois University: 1957, 60, 62, 63, 70, 88, 99, 2003 (8)
Southern Methodist University (TX): 1950, 52, 87, 88 (4)
University of Southern Mississippi: 1965, 66 (2)
Southern Oregon College: 1967 (1)
Southern Utah State College: 1982, 83, 84, 85 (4)
Southwest Texas State University: 1988, 90, 2001, 02 (4)
Southwestern College (KS): 1956, 57, 78, 79, 80, 81 (6)
University of Southwestern Louisiana: 1976, 77, 78, 79 (4)
Stanford University (CA): 1949, 92, 93 (3)
Stevens Institute of Technology (NJ): 1949 (1)
Stonehill College (MA): 1967, 68 (2)
Suffolk University (MA): 1981, 82, 83, 84 (4)
Swarthmore College (PA): 1948 (1)
Temple University (PA): 1949 (1)
University of Tennessee: 1950, 51, 79 (3)
Tennessee Polytechnic Institute: 1962 (1)
University of Texas, Arlington: 1977, 78, 80, 82, 85 (5)
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                     University of Texas, Austin: 1947, 60, 71, 72, 84, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97,
                     98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (26)
                     University of Texas at Dallas: 2004, 05, 06 (3)
                     Texas A&M University: 1981, 82, 84, 85, 87, 88 (6)
                     Texas Christian University: 1947, 48, 51, 60, 62, 66, 67, 75, 76 (9)
                     Texas Tech University: 1968, 70, 73 (3)
                     University of Toledo (OH): 1971, 72 (2)
                     Towson State University (MD): 1997 (1)
                     Trinity University (TX): 1991, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 2005, 06 (10)
                     Union College and University (NY): 1955 (1)
                     United States Air Force Academy (CO): 1959, 60, 76, 77, 78, 79 (6)
United States Merchant Marine Academy (Kings Point, NY): 1952, 53, 59 (3)
United States Military Academy (NY): 1947, 48 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66,
    77, 80, 2005 (22)
United States Naval Academy (MD): 1947, 48, 49, 50, 58, 64, 65, 70, 72, 78, 80, 85, 87, 88, 92, 93, 99 (17)
University of Utah: 1947, 48, 51, 52, 72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93,
    94, 95 96, 97 (29)
Utica College (NY): 1950, 51 (2)
Vanderbilt University (TN): 1976, 77, 78, 80 (4)
University of Vermont: 1947, 48, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54, 55, 56 57, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 84, 85, 86, 88, 2000, 02, 05,
    06 (24)
University of Virginia: 1947, 63, 67, 68, 69, 71, 72, 81 (8)
Wabash College (IN): 1955 (1)
Wake Forest University (NC): 1947, 48, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 59, 63, 65, 70, 71, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 80, 81, 82,
    83, 84, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (45)
Washburn University (KS): 1956, 58, 64, 65, 66, 72, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 92, 93, 94, 95 (15)
Washington and Lee University (VA): 1963, 68, 69 (3)
University of Washington (WA): 1968 (1)
Washington University St. Louis (MO): 1955 (1)
Washington State University (State College of Washington, WA): 1947, 50, 54, 58, 66, 69, 70, 76 (8)
Wayne State University (MI) 1958, 61, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 72, 73, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86,
    87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05 06 (42)
Weber State University (UT): 1981, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05 (19)
Wesleyan University (CT): 1950, 52 (2)
West Georgia College: 1973, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96,
    97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (34)
West Virginia University: 1964, 74, 79, 81, 85, 86 (6)
West Virginia Wesleyan College: 1975, 77 (2)
Western Illinois University: 1971, 73, 80, 82, 85 (5)
Western Michigan University: 1963, 64 (2)
Western Washington University: 1974, 78, 80, 81, 83, 85, 86 (7)
Wheaton College (IL): 1947, 59, 63, 97 (4)
Whitman College (WA): 1950, 59, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 (12)
Whittier College (CA): 1971 (1)
Wichita State University (KS): 1948, 65, 67, 68, 77, 79, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 06 (11)
William Jewell College (MO): 1960, 61 (2)
College of William and Mary (VA): 1956, 68, 69, 73, 74, 84 (6)
University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire: 1950, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 73, 76, 78, 79 (12)
Wilkes College (PA): 1954, 55, 57, 58 (4)
Willamette University (OR): 1948, 49, 51, 52, 55, 61 (6)
Winona State University (MN): 1993 (1)
College of Wooster (OH): 1973, 79, 81, 83 (4)
Wright State University (OH): 1992, 93 (2)
Univ. of Wyoming: 1965, 68, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 81, 82, 83, 84, 86, 89, 90, 2001, 04, 05, 06 (22)
Xavier University (OH): 1958 (1)
Yale University (CT): 1947, 49 (2)
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