2019 Terrapin at UW [April 20]

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2019 Terrapin at UW [April 20]

Post by jeff.gdv » Sun Mar 17, 2019 12:30 am

The University of Washington is pleased to announce a mirror of Terrapin at UW on April 20th. Anyone who is eligible based on ACF rules can play; no high school teams will be allowed to play at this tournament. Link to main announcement here: http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=21274

The tournament will begin at 9 AM; please get to campus between 8:30 and 9. We will either be in the CSE building or Savery Hall, depending on whether we can get into the former (we will announce in a logistics email where to meet a couple days before the tournament). That email will provide more specific info around other things like lunch, when we expect to finish, etc.

Fees:
Base fee: $80
Buzzer discount: $5 per working, eligible buzzer set (no "bar" buzzers; they must provide one buzzer per person, and they must lock out)
Staffer discount: $10 per experienced moderator
Travel discount: $5 per 100 miles traveled based on reasonably efficient driving distance, one way, rounded to nearest 100
Minimum fee: $40

You can register by sending an email to jeff.gdv@gmail.com.

Hope to see you all there!
Jefferson Van Wagenen
President, UW Quizbowl team
University of Washington Class of 2019

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Re: 2019 Terrapin at UW [April 20]

Post by Mike Bentley » Sun Apr 21, 2019 2:31 pm

We ended up having a very small field, so we played a format where each round each team was paired with another team against a combined team of two other teams. Thus, you'll see two entries for each round in the stats. There's also a "teammates" player that represents the points scored by the people not on the individual team in that round.

Stats are here: http://hsquizbowl.org/db/tournaments/57 ... nal_stats/

Oregon came out on top, clearing the field.

Because of the unusual format, we don't have advanced stats for this tournament.
Mike Bentley
VP of Editing, Partnership for Academic Competition Excellence
Adviser, Quizbowl Team at University of Washington
University of Maryland, Class of 2008

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