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Team of the Year

Rank Team Points 1 2 3 4 5
1 Andrew Rohrbach and Josh Bone (Yale) 90 20 (NYU) 20 (Princeton) 18 (MIT) 16 (Johns Hopkins) 16 (Columbia)
2 Jason Sheltzer and Dave Kwasniewski (Princeton) 68 16 (Fordham) 14 (George Washington II) 14 (Swarthmore) 12 (Johns Hopkins) 12 (American II)
3 Kathleen Clark-Adams and Adam Goldstein (MIT) 59.5 20 (Harvard) 12 (Bates) 12 (Columbia) 8 (Stanford) 7.5 (Boston University)
4 Anish Mitra and Michael Baer (Stanford) 55 18 (Boston University) 16 (Harvard) 14 (University of Chicago) 4 (Princeton) 3 (Bates)
5 Sean Withall and Vivek Suri (Johns Hopkins) 52.5 12 (Bucknell) 12 (Bryn Mawr) 12 (William and Mary I) 12 (West Point) 4.5 (Swarthmore)
6 Chris Baia and Mike Childers (Johns Hopkins) 51.5 16 (Smith) 10 (Dartmouth) 10 (Swarthmore) 8 (Bucknell) 7.5 (Brandeis)
7 Benjamin Strahs and Andy Hill (William and Mary) 42.5 16 (NYU) 9 (Fordham) 7.5 (MIT) 6 (Johns Hopkins) 4 (Harvard)
8 Michael Shih and Daniel Rauch (Princeton) 41 12 (Amherst) 12 (Brown) 9 (Fordham) 6 (Wesleyan) 2 (Johns Hopkins)
9 Rob Silverblatt and Aram Boghosian (Tufts) 37.5 16 (Brown) 14 (Dartmouth) 7.5 (MIT) - -
10 Nic Zhou and Lily Lamboy (Amherst) 37 14 (Mount Holyoke) 12 (Wesleyan) 4 (Harvard) 4 (Princeton) 3 (MIT)
11 Brendan Jarboe and Matt Marienthal (Bates) 30 12 (Stanford) 9 (Harvard) 9 (NYU) - -
12 Lauren Bateman and Andy Hill (William and Mary) 29 14 (Maryland) 12 (George Washington I) 3 (George Washington II) - -
13 Benjamin Belser and Lewis Bollard (Harvard) 28 18 (Brandeis) 10 (Wellesley) - - -
14 Chris Baia and Vivek Suri (Johns Hopkins) 24 12 (William and Mary II) 9 (Princeton) 3 (University of Virginia) - -
15 Julian Burns and Cheryl Healy (Wellesley) 23 16 (Wesleyan) 3 (Amherst) 3 (Boston University) 1 (University of Chicago) -
16 Grant May and Habib Moody (Yale) 22.5 8 (Bates) 6 (Columbia) 4.5 (Dartmouth) 3 (MIT) 1 (Providence College)
17 Benjamin Strahs and Lauren Bateman (William and Mary) 20 12 (American I) 8 (American II) - - -
18 Frank Marsico and Matt Spotts (Fordham) 18.5 10 (Maryland) 7.5 (Brandeis) 1 (Swarthmore) - -
19 Daniel Rauch and Zayn Siddique (Princeton) 17.5 10 (University of Chicago) 7.5 (George Washington II) - - -
20 Rich Boltizar and Andrew Suciu (Stanford) 17 14 (Cornell) 2 (Columbia) 1 (University of Chicago) - -

 

Speaker of the Year

Rank Speaker Points 1 2 3 4 5 6
1 Andy Hill (William and Mary) 103.5 20 (Harvard) 18 (George Washington II) 17.5 (Princeton) 16 (Penn ProAms) 16 (Columbia) 16 (West Point)
2 Chris Baia (Johns Hopkins) 86.5 17.5 (NYU) 16 (Smith) 14 (Maryland) 13.5 (Penn ProAms) 13.5 (West Point) 12 (Bucknell)
3 Josh Bone (Yale) 81 15 (Harvard) 15 (NYU) 15 (Princeton) 13.5 (Johns Hopkins) 11.5 (Wellesley) 11 (Columbia)
4 Joel Todoroff (Brandeis) 74.5 15 (Fordham) 14 (Providence College) 12 (Northeastern) 12 (Clark) 11.5 (Dartmouth) 10 (Harvard)
5 Grant May (Yale) 70 16 (Wesleyan) 13.5 (Columbia) 12.5 (Princeton) 12 (Bates) 8 (MIT) 8 (Boston University)
5 Dave Kwasniewski (Princeton) 70 15.5 (George Washington II) 12 (Bryn Mawr) 12 (William and Mary I) 11.5 (Swarthmore) 9.5 (George Washington I) 9.5 (American I)
7 Daniel Rauch (Princeton) 61.5 20 (Fordham) 14 (University of Chicago) 12 (American II) 9.5 (William and Mary II) 4 (Wellesley) 2 (Amherst)
8 Matt Scarola (Columbia) 60 14 (Cornell) 14 (Wellesley) 13.5 (Smith) 12 (Vassar) 4 (Dartmouth) 2.5 (NYU)
9 Adam Goldstein (MIT) 59.5 14 (Mount Holyoke) 12.5 (Harvard) 9 (Wellesley) 8.5 (Brown) 8.5 (Johns Hopkins) 7 (Stanford)
10 Mike Childers (Johns Hopkins) 59 13 (Brandeis) 11 (West Point) 9.5 (Bucknell) 9 (Maryland) 9 (Mount Holyoke) 7.5 (NYU)
11 Benjamin Strahs (William and Mary) 57 17.5 (Harvard) 16 (Johns Hopkins) 7 (American I) 6 (Penn ProAms) 5.5 (MIT) 5 (NYU)
12 Jason Sheltzer (Princeton) 48 11 (Johns Hopkins) 11 (Penn ProAms) 8 (George Washington II) 7 (American II) 6.5 (Mount Holyoke) 4.5 (George Washington I)
13 Rocky Lotito (Boston University) 47 14 (Dartmouth) 12 (Williams) 7.5 (Tufts ProAms) 7 (Northeastern) 6.5 (Wellesley) -
14 Frank Marsico (Fordham) 39.5 20 (NYU) 9.5 (Rutgers) 7 (Vassar) 3 (George Washington II) - -
15 Andrew Rohrbach (Yale) 37.5 15.5 (Brandeis) 8.5 (Columbia) 6 (Johns Hopkins) 4.5 (Bates) 3 (MIT) -
16 Michael Baer (Stanford) 36.5 15.5 (Boston University) 11.5 (University of Chicago) 9.5 (Bates) - - -
16 Sean Withall (Johns Hopkins) 36.5 12 (Rutgers) 9.5 (Bryn Mawr) 7 (George Washington I) 7 (Bucknell) 1 (West Point) -
18 Brendan Jarboe (Bates) 35 13 (Boston University) 12 (Stanford) 10 (NYU) - - -
19 Elizabeth Zahler (NYU) 33 13 (George Washington II) 9.5 (William and Mary I) 8.5 (Smith) 2 (William and Mary II) - -
20 Michael Shih (Princeton) 30.5 13.5 (Brown) 12 (Amherst) 2.5 (Fordham) 1.5 (Wellesley) 1 (Columbia) -

 

Novice of the Year

Rank Speaker Points 1 2 3 4 5
1 Zayn Siddique (Princeton) 82 20 (Harvard) 18 (Columbia) 17 (Boston University) 14 (University of Chicago) 13 (Swarthmore)
2 James Shapiro (Brown) 76.5 20 (Tufts ProAms) 17 (Brandeis) 14.5 (Boston University) 13 (MIT) 12 (Bates)
3 Michael Buckwald (George Washington) 69.5 17.5 (NYU) 13 (American I) 13 (Bucknell) 13 (Columbia) 13 (University of Virginia)
4 Alex Taubes (Boston University) 65.5 17.5 (Tufts ProAms) 13 (Mount Holyoke) 12 (Northeastern) 12 (Clark) 11 (Princeton)
5 James Luccarelli (Yale) 61.5 17 (West Point) 13 (Amherst) 11.5 (Providence College) 10.5 (Swarthmore) 9.5 (Bates)
6 Leah Storer (American) 59.5 18 (Fordham) 14.5 (Brandeis) 12 (George Washington I) 8 (Swarthmore) 7 (William and Mary II)
7 Ali Boyle (Johns Hopkins) 53 14.5 (West Point) 10.5 (Rutgers) 10.5 (American I) 9.5 (George Washington I) 8 (Fordham)
8 Sean Robinson (George Washington) 52.5 15 (NYU) 10.5 (University of Virginia) 10 (Harvard) 8.5 (American II) 8.5 (Princeton)
9 Andrew Harris (Hamilton) 47.5 20 (NYU) 18 (MIT) 7 (Boston University) 2.5 (Cornell) -
10 Andrew Husick (Brandeis) 36 9.5 (Williams) 9.5 (Boston University) 8 (Mount Holyoke) 5 (Tufts ProAms) 4 (Providence College)
11 Dan May (Princeton) 33 12 (Bryn Mawr) 10.5 (Mount Holyoke) 10.5 (Fordham) - -
12 Robin Crusellas (Northeastern) 32 14 (Providence College) 11.5 (Dartmouth) 4.5 (Bates) 2 (Clark) -
13 Preetham Vasudevan (Brandeis) 31 12 (Boston University) 7 (Northeastern) 6.5 (Wellesley) 5.5 (Amherst) -
13 Shrivats Iyer (Johns Hopkins) 31 13 (Fordham) 8 (Rutgers) 5.5 (University of Virginia) 4.5 (George Washington I) -
15 Sarah Frank (Johns Hopkins) 29 15.5 (Fordham) 10.5 (Bucknell) 3 (Mount Holyoke) - -
16 Pam Brown (Yale) 26.5 14 (Wellesley) 9.5 (Brandeis) 3 (Columbia) - -
17 Edward McNeill (Dartmouth) 24.5 10.5 (Amherst) 10 (Cornell) 4 (University of Chicago) - -
18 Saumitra Thakur (Amherst) 23.5 17 (Brown) 4.5 (Boston University) 2 (Brandeis) - -
19 Tommy Bodeau (Yale) 23 11.5 (Wellesley) 7 (Clark) 4.5 (Brown) - -
20 Meg Shaughnessy (Fordham) 22.5 13 (Rutgers) 9.5 (West Point) - - -

 

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