Hilltop Invitational Tournament Results
Thank you to all teams, coaches, and judges for coming to Georgetown's first annual Hilltop Invitational Tournament! We couldn't have done it without you, and look forward to seeing you next year! Teams have already received full tab summaries via email. Feel free to contact us with any questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outstanding Trial Teams
1. Duke University (George Clooney) – 7-1-0, CS 17
2. University of Maryland (George McFly) – 7-1-0, CS 15.5
3. University of Chicago (George Feeney) – 6-2-0, CS 18
4. Princeton University A (George Carlin) – 6-2-0, CS 16.5
5. Bowling Green University(George Bush) – 5-3-0, CS 20.5
6. Penn State University (George Lopez) – 5-3-0, CS 18
7. Fordham University, Lincoln Center (Curious George) – 5-3-0, CS 13
20 ranks, Prosecution/ 18 ranks, Defense – Uriah Harrell, Bowling Green
20 ranks, Defense – Anastasia Nitis, Iona
19 ranks, Defense – Robert Marshall, Princeton A
18 ranks, Defense – Annaliesse Mahoney, George Washington
18 ranks, Defense – Sam Griffith, Lafayette
18 ranks, Prosecution – Jake Lewis, Michigan
18 ranks, Defense – Justin Hutton, Wake Forest
17 ranks, Defense – Emma Moore, Chicago
17 ranks, Prosecution – Matthew de Caravalho, Fordham LC
17 ranks, Defense – Julia Christensen, Georgetown
20 ranks, Prosecution – Paul Reese, Michigan
20 ranks, Prosecution – Elias Okwara, Drexel
18 ranks, Prosecution – Joe Paciullo, Iona
17 ranks, Prosecution – Oren Samet-Marram, Princeton A
17 ranks, Prosecution – Steve Michelew, Penn State
16 ranks, Defense – Stasie Levin, Massachusetts A
16 ranks, Prosecution – Kyle Linardo, Richmond
16 ranks, Defense – Pete Gaynor, Maryland
16 ranks, Defense – Colette Monaghan, LaSalle
16 ranks, Prosecution – Bryan Almeida, George Washington
16 ranks, Defense – Cate McCaffery, Duke
Spirit of AMTA
George Washington Carver - University of Michigan –28 Ranks
Reckless and Negligent
Big thanks for a very well-run tournament. Also would like to thank Duke, Maryland, Richmond, and Drexel for some of the best rounds I've seen this year.
Good luck to everyone at regionals.
Bumpy weekend for the team we sent, but we still had a lot of fun.
Thanks to UMASS, Iona, American, and, once again, UMASS for the competition.
And a special congratulations to my freshman witness, Kyle Linardo, who has now won a witness award in every invitational he's attended this year.
Also, going off memory here, but I'm pretty sure Michigan won the Spirit of AMTA award at our tournament as well. Y'all must be real nice people.
(I still haven't posted Spider Classic results. I'll do that. Eventually.)
Michigan did indeed win the Ghost of Don Martin Jr. Spirit of AMTA award at Richmond.
Last edited by awhitelaw1; 02-06-2012 at 08:48 AM.
Drexel would like to thank Georgetown for a VERY well-run tournament, and George Washington, Bowling Green, Princeton and American for 4 competitive rounds!
So, uh, did anyone ever get their individual award?
Originally Posted by bonjourkitty
My understanding is no My program is waiting on 2