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Team of the Year

Rank Team Points 1 2 3 4 5
1 Diana Li and Henry Zhang (Yale) 88 20 (Princeton) 20 (Fordham) 17 (Stanford) 16 (Brandeis) 15 (Boston University)
2 Aaron Murphy and Jerusalem Demsas (William and Mary) 85 20 (Harvard) 18 (American) 16 (George Washington I) 16 (Rutgers) 15 (University of Virginia)
2 David Israel and Juliana Vigorito (Johns Hopkins) 85 20 (Rutgers) 18 (Maryland) 16 (Columbia) 16 (Georgetown) 15 (Wellesley)
4 Quinn Maingi and Sean Leonard (Rutgers) 65.5 17 (George Washington II) 14 (West Point) 14 (Penn) 13 (Franklin and Marshall) 7.5 (Maryland)
5 Nathaniel Donahue and Dhruva Bhat (Harvard) 60.25 17 (Johns Hopkins) 16 (UConn) 13 (Brown) 9 (Columbia) 5.25 (Wellesley)
6 Alex Mechanick and Tanay Padhi (Brown) 52.75 16 (Harvard) 14 (Maryland) 12 (Smith) 6.75 (Johns Hopkins) 4 (Columbia)
7 Kyle Grigel and Dan Cobos (Penn) 48 13 (University of Pittsburgh) 12 (Georgetown) 11 (William and Mary II) 9 (Carnegie Mellon) 3 (American)
8 Emily Ray and Matthew Rohn (Franklin and Marshall) 43.25 20 (George Washington I) 13 (George Washington II) 5.25 (William and Mary II) 3 (Penn) 2 (The College of New Jersey I)
9 Tyler Arnold and Andrew Bowles (George Washington) 41.75 13 (Carnegie Mellon) 12 (Vassar) 9 (University of North Carolina) 4 (Rutgers) 3.75 (Syracuse)
10 Rishab Guha and Adele Zhang (Columbia) 39.5 16 (Fordham) 12 (The College of New Jersey I) 7.5 (Penn) 4 (Rutgers) -
11 Tony Nguyen and Edwin Zhang (Yale) 29.5 11 (Boston University) 6 (Smith) 5.25 (Dartmouth) 5.25 (MIT) 2 (Brandeis)
12 Sarah Margulies and Michael Norton (Brandeis) 28.5 16 (Smith) 11 (Dartmouth) 1.5 (Boston University) - -
13 Nathan Raab and Anirudh Dasarathy (Princeton) 27 14 (American) 6 (The College of New Jersey I) 4 (Columbia) 3 (Maryland) -
14 Matt Summers and Zoe Seaman-Grant (Bates) 26 20 (Columbia) 6 (Brandeis) - - -
15 Anthony Rini and Jordan Dale (Syracuse) 24.75 11 (William and Mary I) 4 (George Washington I) 3.75 (University of Pittsburgh) 3 (Penn) 3 (Maryland)
16 Alex Mechanick and Yidi Wu (Brown) 22.25 13 (Providence College) 5.25 (Boston University) 4 (Rutgers) - -
17 Nate Rifkin and James Callison (Middlebury) 20.75 13 (Mount Holyoke) 3.75 (University of Chicago) 2 (Brandeis) 1 (Wesleyan) 1 (Bates)
18 Jeff Leibenhaut and Brian Litchfield (Princeton) 19.25 6.75 (Brown) 6 (UConn) 4 (Harvard) 2.5 (Johns Hopkins) -
19 Aaron Murphy and Gerry Jamison (William and Mary) 18.5 18 (Penn) 0.5 (Carnegie Mellon) - - -
20 Jess Maskin and Alyssa Adler (Brandeis) 18 16 (Tufts) 1.5 (Boston University) 0.5 (Providence College) - -

 

Speaker of the Year

Rank Speaker Points 1 2 3 4 5 6
1 Aaron Murphy (William and Mary) 111 20 (Yale ProAms) 20 (American ProAms) 18 (Penn) 18 (Maryland) 17.5 (Harvard) 17.5 (Rutgers)
2 Nathaniel Donahue (Harvard) 108 20 (Northeastern ProAms) 20 (Fordham) 20 (Columbia) 16 (Brandeis) 16 (Tufts) 16 (UConn)
3 David Israel (Johns Hopkins) 107 20 (Rutgers) 20 (Harvard) 17.5 (Columbia) 17.5 (Yale ProAms) 17 (George Washington II) 15 (American ProAms)
4 Alex Mechanick (Brown) 98 17.5 (Princeton) 17.5 (Northeastern ProAms) 17 (Johns Hopkins) 16 (Smith) 15 (Columbia) 15 (Rutgers)
5 Quinn Maingi (Rutgers) 82 18 (American) 15 (William and Mary I) 15 (Princeton) 12.5 (Swarthmore ProAms) 11 (Georgetown) 10.5 (Franklin and Marshall)
5 Kyle Grigel (Penn) 82 17.5 (American ProAms) 16 (The College of New Jersey I) 13 (University of Pittsburgh) 13 (Carnegie Mellon) 12 (George Washington II) 10.5 (Maryland)
7 Sean Leonard (Rutgers) 81.5 15.5 (American) 15 (William and Mary II) 14.5 (George Washington II) 13 (Franklin and Marshall) 12.5 (University of Virginia) 11 (The College of New Jersey I)
8 Daniel Takash (Johns Hopkins) 71 17.5 (George Washington I) 15 (Fordham) 13 (University of Chicago) 10 (Swarthmore ProAms) 8 (Maryland) 7.5 (American ProAms)
9 Diana Li (Yale) 67 14.5 (Stanford) 12.5 (Harvard) 12 (Johns Hopkins) 11 (UConn) 10 (Fordham) 7 (Middlebury)
9 Matthew Rohn (Franklin and Marshall) 67 12.5 (William and Mary I) 12.5 (Columbia) 12.5 (George Washington I) 10.5 (University of Pittsburgh) 9.5 (Vassar) 9.5 (George Washington II)
11 Juliana Vigorito (Johns Hopkins) 63 15.5 (Penn) 15 (Wellesley) 10 (William and Mary I) 10 (MIT) 7.5 (Rutgers) 5 (Harvard)
12 Allison Douglis (Yale) 62.5 13.5 (Smith) 12 (Middlebury) 11.5 (Bates) 10.5 (University of Chicago) 10 (Harvard) 5 (Princeton)
13 Andrew Bowles (George Washington) 59 15 (Swarthmore ProAms) 13 (Syracuse) 10.5 (University of North Carolina) 10 (William and Mary II) 5.5 (University of Pittsburgh) 5 (Fordham)
14 David Altman (Brandeis) 55.5 15 (Boston University) 14 (Amherst) 10.5 (Syracuse) 8.5 (UConn) 5 (Columbia) 2.5 (Dartmouth)
15 Thomas Mattessich (William and Mary) 55 20 (George Washington I) 15.5 (Maryland) 12.5 (American ProAms) 7 (Vassar) - -
16 Matt Summers (Bates) 51.5 13 (Providence College) 12.5 (Yale ProAms) 11 (Brandeis) 9 (Amherst) 6 (UConn) -
17 Michael Norton (Brandeis) 50 12.5 (Rutgers) 11 (Smith) 7.5 (Northeastern ProAms) 7.5 (Dartmouth) 6.5 (Amherst) 5 (Boston University)
18 Dan Cobos (Penn) 41 12.5 (William and Mary II) 8 (University of Pittsburgh) 8 (University of North Carolina) 6.5 (West Point) 3 (Carnegie Mellon) 3 (American)
19 Sarah Margulies (Brandeis) 36 11 (Tufts) 10 (Northeastern ProAms) 5.5 (University of Chicago) 5 (Dartmouth) 2.5 (Boston University) 2 (Middlebury)
19 Jordan Dale (Syracuse) 36 13 (American) 11.5 (West Point) 7 (George Washington II) 4.5 (Vassar) - -

 

Novice of the Year

Rank Speaker Points 1 2 3 4 5
1 Miriam Pierson (Swarthmore) 79 20 (Fordham) 17.5 (Princeton) 15 (William and Mary II) 13.5 (Georgetown) 13 (George Washington II)
2 Kyle Hietala (Yale) 77 20 (Harvard) 16.5 (UConn) 14 (Dartmouth) 13.5 (Wellesley) 13 (Brown)
3 Noah Liebmiller (Middlebury) 76 20 (Rutgers) 17.5 (Harvard) 15 (The College of New Jersey I) 12 (Mount Holyoke) 11.5 (University of Chicago)
3 Mars He (Harvard) 76 20 (Yale ProAms) 18 (Brown) 13.5 (Tufts) 12.5 (Northeastern ProAms) 12 (Brandeis)
4 Nik Venkatasubramanian (George Washington) 76 20 (American ProAms) 15.5 (Maryland) 14 (American) 13.5 (University of Virginia) 13 (West Point)
6 David Wang (George Washington) 72.5 18 (Maryland) 15.5 (Penn) 15 (Swarthmore ProAms) 13 (Syracuse) 11 (University of Virginia)
7 Danny Debois (Harvard) 66.5 20 (Northeastern ProAms) 19 (UConn) 15 (Princeton) 10 (Rutgers) 2.5 (Yale ProAms)
8 Maria LaBella (George Washington) 65 19 (American) 12.5 (Princeton) 12.5 (Harvard) 10.5 (University of Pittsburgh) 10.5 (Maryland)
9 Zoe Morgan (American) 64.5 16 (Georgetown) 15 (George Washington I) 13 (Maryland) 12.5 (William and Mary II) 8 (George Washington II)
10 Nicholas Quah (Brown) 59 15 (Yale ProAms) 14 (Wesleyan) 14 (MIT) 8.5 (Wellesley) 7.5 (Northeastern ProAms)
11 Harry Elliott (Stanford) 57 17.5 (Yale ProAms) 13 (Providence College) 10 (George Washington I) 9 (Dartmouth) 7.5 (Princeton)
12 Jamie Hintson (Princeton) 53.5 17.5 (Rutgers) 16.5 (American) 14 (UConn) 5.5 (Maryland) -
13 Katy Li (Johns Hopkins) 49 16 (University of Virginia) 12.5 (The College of New Jersey I) 10.5 (George Washington II) 10 (American ProAms) -
14 Jim Huang (Yale) 45.5 20 (Princeton) 11 (Wellesley) 7.5 (Fordham) 7 (Brandeis) -
15 Farris Peale (Harvard) 42 17 (Brandeis) 11.5 (MIT) 7 (Mount Holyoke) 6.5 (Bates) -
16 Miles Saffran (Yale) 41.5 11.5 (Amherst) 9 (Bates) 8.5 (Middlebury) 7.5 (Rutgers) 5 (Northeastern ProAms)
17 Benjamin Stalnaker (Brown) 39.5 14 (Amherst) 9 (MIT) 8 (Providence College) 4.5 (Mount Holyoke) 4 (Bates)
18 Annie Kors (Yale) 38 15.5 (Stanford) 15 (Rutgers) 6 (Middlebury) 1.5 (UConn) -
18 Will Smith (Northeastern) 38 10.5 (Brown) 9.5 (Mount Holyoke) 7.5 (Yale ProAms) 6.5 (UConn) 4 (MIT)
20 Minnal Kunnan (Rutgers) 35 11 (Vassar) 10.5 (West Point) 7.5 (Swarthmore ProAms) 3 (Penn) 3 (Maryland)

 

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