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2017 EFT at Virginia (10/14/17)

Posted: Sat Aug 05, 2017 8:59 pm
by Beevor Feevor
The University of Virginia Academic Competition Club is pleased to announce that we will be hosting the 2017 edition of the Early Fall Tournament, head-edited by Will Alston, on Saturday, October 14th. This tournament will be capped at 24 teams.

To register, email me at [email protected] with the number of teams your school plans on bringing, number of buzzer sets that your team is able to bring, and the amount of staffers you all will be able to provide.

The control room for the tournament will be in New Cabell Hall, room 338. Registration will run from 8 AM to 8:45 AM, with rounds starting promptly at 9 AM. Parking information can be found at this link.

Registration fees:
Base fee: $120 per team
Working buzzer discount: -$5 per buzzer set
Staffer discount: -$10
Travel discount: -$10 per 200 miles one-way (according to Google Maps).
Minimum fee: $60 per team

A running field tab will be kept below. We look forward to seeing you all at our tournament in October!

Field (teams, buzzers, staffers, distance): (24,15,4,1)
Delaware (1,2,0,1)
Duke (1,2,0,0)
Gettysburg (1,1,0,0)
House (2,0,0,0)
Johns Hopkins (3,2,0,0)
Liberty (3,2,1,0)
Maryland (3,1,3,0)
Penn (2,1,0,0)
Princeton (2,1,0,0)
Sally Hemmings (1,0,0,0)
UNC (2,1,0,0)
Virginia Tech (2,2,0,0)
Washington & Lee (1,1,0,0)

Re: 2017 EFT at Virginia (10/14/17)

Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 12:52 pm
by Periplus of the Erythraean Sea
Bump...can we get a field update?

Re: 2017 EFT at Virginia (10/14/17)

Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 1:20 pm
by Beevor Feevor
Periplus of the Erythraean Sea wrote:Bump...can we get a field update?
Field is updated below the announcement. Email will be going out to all local teams tomorrow to solicit more registrations, but keep them coming for the time being!

Re: 2017 EFT at Virginia (10/14/17)

Posted: Sat Oct 14, 2017 7:51 pm
by Beevor Feevor
This tournament occurred! Stats for it can be found at this link, and will be cleaned up so that playoffs reflect brackets soon. We'll also be looking to post combined stats within the next couple of days.

Penn A cleared the field by two games to take the tournament outright. Duke and Johns Hopkins A finished with 2 losses each in the top bracket, and elected not to play a 2nd place game, tying them in 2nd place. Congratulations to the winners, and we hope that you enjoyed the tournament!

On a separate note, Ophir stats should be up soon if you join the discussion forum for the tournament. Despite slight doubts about using newfangled technology, the stats sheet was incredibly useful and convenient, and I'm very thankful for Ophir for putting it together in such a user-friendly way.