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    Big Red

    reaction/results?
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    Re: Big Red

    NYU A won, Michigan A took second. They didn't give us a tab summary and I don't trust my memory to much more.

    I will say there were a lot more 1Ls judging than in past years, possibly because the tournament was larger than in recent memory.
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    Re: Big Red

    UPenn B was 4th (4-1-3), Penn State A was 9th (5-3), Michigan B was 10th (5-3)...almost the entire top ten was 5-3, 3rd and 5th place were 5-2-1, and I think from 5-10 were 5-3, but I can't remember who fell where with the records.

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    Re: Big Red

    Sorry we weren't able to get everyone a tab summary by the end of awards! We had a printer jam in the tab room that made it pretty impossible to hand one out. Someone else from Cornell will post a link to the full tab summary and send a final revised copy of the tab summary to all of the participating teams ASAP. For now, here are the top 10 trial team results and individual awards. Thank you all for making the trek to Ithaca for BRIC VII, and congratulations to our top ten trial teams!


    OUTSTANDING TRIAL TEAMS
    1. New York University, Team 564, 8-0
    2. University of Michigan, Team 524, 7-1
    3. Cornell University, Team 436, 5-2-1, CS 18
    4. University of Pennsylvania, Team 673, 4-1-3, CS 16.5 (winner of head-to-head tiebreaker)
    5. George Washington University, Team 756, 5-2-1, CS 16.5
    6. Syracuse University, Team 948, 5-3, CS 23
    7. New York University, Team 565, 5-3, CS 21.5
    8. University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Team 734, 5-3, CS 18
    9. Pennsylvania State University, Team 828, 5-3, CS 17.5
    10. University of Michigan, Team 525, 5-3, CS 16

    OUTSTANDING ATTORNEYS
    19- Π, Ken Alter, 948, Syracuse University
    19- Δ, Ryan Allison, 524, University of Michigan
    19- Δ, Arziki Adamu, 928, Yale University
    19- Π, Katy Akopjan, Team 565, New York University
    18- Δ, 17- Π Cynthia Jordano, Team 564, New York University
    18- Δ, Ryan Fanning, Team 816, Brandeis University
    18- Π, Matthew Mingey, Team 673, University of Pennsylvania
    18- Π, Joseph Mendes, Team 734, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
    18- Π, Amy Hartzell, Team 514, Columbia University

    OUTSTANDING WITNESSES
    19- Δ, Abby Marciniak, Team 525, University of Michigan
    19- Π, Urkhan Alakbarov, Team 564, New York University
    18- Π, Alanna Gauzza, Team 948, Syracuse University
    18- Δ, Chandan Lodha, Team 797, Harvard University
    17- Π, Chris Earle, Team 384, Wake Forest University
    17- Δ, Graham Bickel, Team 829, Penn State University
    17- Π, Dominique Dallas, Team 525, University of Michigan
    17- Π, Joshua Henderson, Team 525, University of Michigan
    17- Π, 17-Δ, Eric Baudry, Team 928, Yale University
    17- Π, Katie Wyndbraut, Team 673, University of Pennsylvania
    17- Δ, Nemal Patel, Team 384, Wake Forest University

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    Re: Big Red

    [quote author=leopardprintdress link=topic=4831.msg192554#msg192554 date=1296534429]
    Sorry we weren't able to get everyone a tab summary by the end of awards! We had a printer jam in the tab room that made it pretty impossible to hand one out. Someone else from Cornell will post a link to the full tab summary and send a final revised copy of the tab summary to all of the participating teams ASAP. For now, here are the top 10 trial team results and individual awards. Thank you all for making the trek to Ithaca for BRIC VII, and congratulations to our top ten trial teams!


    OUTSTANDING TRIAL TEAMS
    1. New York University, Team 564, 8-0
    2. University of Michigan, Team 524, 7-1
    3. Cornell University, Team 436, 5-2-1, CS 18
    4. University of Pennsylvania, Team 673, 4-1-3, CS 16.5 (winner of head-to-head tiebreaker)
    5. George Washington University, Team 756, 5-2-1, CS 16.5
    6. Syracuse University, Team 948, 5-3, CS 23
    7. New York University, Team 565, 5-3, CS 21.5
    8. University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Team 734, 5-3, CS 18
    9. Pennsylvania State University, Team 828, 5-3, CS 17.5
    10. University of Michigan, Team 525, 5-3, CS 16

    OUTSTANDING ATTORNEYS
    19- Π, Ken Alter, 948, Syracuse University
    19- Δ, Ryan Allison, 524, University of Michigan
    19- Δ, Arziki Adamu, 928, Yale University
    19- Π, Katy Akopjan, Team 565, New York University
    18- Δ, 17- Π Cynthia Jordano, Team 564, New York University
    18- Δ, Ryan Fanning, Team 816, Brandeis University
    18- Π, Matthew Mingey, Team 673, University of Pennsylvania
    18- Π, Joseph Mendes, Team 734, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
    18- Π, Amy Hartzell, Team 514, Columbia University

    OUTSTANDING WITNESSES
    19- Δ, Abby Marciniak, Team 525, University of Michigan
    19- Π, Urkhan Alakbarov, Team 564, New York University
    18- Π, Alanna Gauzza, Team 948, Syracuse University
    18- Δ, Chandan Lodha, Team 797, Harvard University
    17- Π, Chris Earle, Team 384, Wake Forest University
    17- Δ, Graham Bickel, Team 829, Penn State University
    17- Π, Dominique Dallas, Team 525, University of Michigan
    17- Π, Joshua Henderson, Team 525, University of Michigan
    17- Π, 17-Δ, Eric Baudry, Team 928, Yale University
    17- Π, Katie Wyndbraut, Team 673, University of Pennsylvania
    17- Δ, Nemal Patel, Team 384, Wake Forest University
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    Re: Big Red

    what team was it that yelled "anything is possible" sometime toward the top 5?

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    Re: Big Red

    That would be Penn. And then promptly tripped walking back.
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    Re: Big Red

    This field looked great. Good job everybody.

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    Re: Big Red

    can someone post the tab summary? please and thanks?
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    Re: Big Red

    Tab summary attached, sorry for the delay.

    Good luck at regionals everyone!
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