Penn Bowl at Truman State (October 27, 2018)

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Penn Bowl at Truman State (October 27, 2018)

Post by The Lutes of Dependency » Sun Jul 08, 2018 10:01 pm

Hello everyone!

Truman State is pleased to announce that we will be mirroring Penn Bowl on October 27, 2018. Information about the set can be found here
Tournament Fees:
$120 Base Fee
-$10 Buzzer Discount per each working buzzer system you bring (this must allow for 8 players to play at once to qualify for the discount)
-$10 Per 200 miles traveled (one-way as determined by Google Maps)
-$10 Staffer Discounts

I highly encourage teams to bring moderators and buzzers, since that will help the tournament to run faster. We will provide staffers with a lunch (and maybe a breakfast too). If you are paying with a check, please be sure to make it out to “Academic Competition Organization.” Also let me know if you need an invoice to have your business office pay us.

We do not have rooms reserved yet.

To register, please email me and Jacob O’Rourke at and respectively with the subject line “Penn Bowl at Truman State” and tell us how many teams, buzzers, and moderators you will be bringing. I hope to see everyone there!
Will Bordowitz
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Re: Penn Bowl at Truman State (October 27, 2018)

Post by 1992 in spaceflight » Tue Sep 04, 2018 4:08 pm

Field (3/18):
-WUSTL [2 teams, 3 buzzers, 1 moderator]
-Missouri [1 team, 0 buzzers, 0 moderators]
Jacob O'Rourke
Washington (MO) HS Assistant Coach (2014-Present); MOQBA Secretary (2015-Present); HSAPQ Host Contact; NASAT Outreach Coordinator (2016 and 2017)
Formerly: Kirksville HS Assistant Coach (2012-2014); Truman State '14; and Pacific High (MO) '10

"And here we are as on a darkling plain, Swept by confused alarms of struggle and flight, Where ignorant armies clash by night."
Matthew Arnold, Dover Beach.

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