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UGA Spring Tournament - April 6th (Illiac Mirror)

Posted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 3:52 pm
by theking259
The University of Georgia is pleased to announce that we will be mirroring Illiac on Saturday April 6th. Details regarding its distribution, writing corps, and other information can be found in the original forum post: http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=21741

Location and Schedule
The tournament format will vary based on the size of the field, but will presumably be round-robin. All matches will tentatively be in the Miller Learning Center, located on Sanford Drive by Sanford Stadium, as seen on this map: https://www.architects.uga.edu/sites/de ... w24x36.pdf
The tournament will begin at 9:00 AM.

Costs
Base fee: $120 per team
Working buzzer discount: $10 each
Approved moderator discount: $10 each
Travel discount: $10 (more than 200 miles one way according to Google maps)

The base fee does not include lunch. We will instead be leading teams to the Bulldawg Cafe, where a variety of food options can be found.

Payment
We accept payment in cash or checks, which must be made out to either “UGA” or “University of Georgia.” We cannot accept credit cards. We can accept venmo payments to @ugaquizbowl

Registration
To register, please e-mail [email protected]. If you do not receive confirmation within a day, please let us know. Please include how many teams, staffers, and buzzers you’re able to bring. The initial cap is 10 teams per division, but with sufficient early interest we will be able to expand the field. We look forward to seeing you in the Classic City!

There will be two divisions: College and High School.

Field: (Teams, Buzzers, Staff)

Re: UGA Spring Tournament - April 6th (Illiac Mirror)

Posted: Mon Apr 01, 2019 7:12 pm
by Ethnic history of the Vilnius region
I was just wondering if there was a field update for this tournament?

Re: UGA Spring Tournament - April 6th (Illiac Mirror)

Posted: Thu Apr 04, 2019 7:09 pm
by theking259
Unfortunately, we will be cancelling this tournament due to a lack of participants.