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Team of the Year

Rank Team Points 1 2 3 4 5
1 Cormac Early and Kyle Bean (Harvard) 78 20 (Princeton) 16 (Columbia) 16 (Fordham) 14 (Tufts) 12 (Providence College)
2 Matt Rubenstein and Alex Loomis (Harvard) 74 20 (Columbia) 16 (Providence College) 14 (Johns Hopkins) 12 (Wellesley) 12 (Syracuse)
3 Sean Robinson and Michael Buckwald (George Washington) 69 20 (Harvard) 18 (Johns Hopkins) 12 (University of Chicago) 10 (William and Mary II) 9 (Boston University)
4 Kathleen Clark-Adams and Adam Goldstein (MIT) 64.5 18 (Brandeis) 16 (Wellesley) 14 (Maryland) 9 (Harvard) 7.5 (Tufts)
5 Liam O'Reilly and Matthew Katz (Maryland) 59.5 20 (NYU) 14 (Penn) 12 (George Washington I) 9 (Fordham) 4.5 (Rutgers)
6 Nic Zhou and Lily Lamboy (Amherst) 57 16 (Harvard) 14 (MIT) 12 (Stanford) 9 (Princeton) 6 (University of Chicago)
7 Sean Withall and Vivek Suri (Johns Hopkins) 48 20 (Fordham) 12 (William and Mary I) 6 (George Washington I) 6 (West Point) 4 (Columbia)
8 Grant May and Sabrina Ali (Yale) 44.5 16 (Boston University) 14 (Brandeis) 9 (Princeton) 4.5 (Bates) 1 (Vassar)
9 Shrivats Iyer and Omar Qureshi (Johns Hopkins) 43 16 (George Washington I) 14 (Rutgers) 6 (George Washington II) 4 (Princeton) 3 (University of Virginia)
10 Jake Campbell and Alex Taubes (Boston University) 35 16 (George Washington II) 9 (Fordham) 4 (Harvard) 3 (Johns Hopkins) 3 (Brandeis)
11 Daniel Rauch and Zayn Siddique (Princeton) 32 20 (Boston University) 9 (Harvard) 3 (Brandeis) - -
12 Grant May and James Luccarelli (Yale) 30.5 16 (Smith) 7.5 (MIT) 4 (Harvard) 3 (Johns Hopkins) -
13 Garron Chiu and Alex Taubes (Boston University) 30 18 (Tufts) 12 (Middlebury) - - -
14 Vivek Suri and Shrivats Iyer (Johns Hopkins) 28 14 (Dartmouth) 10 (Maryland) 4 (Boston University) - -
15 Jack Bouchard and Andrew Husick (Brandeis) 23 12 (Smith) 4 (Princeton) 3 (Tufts) 2 (West Point) 2 (Providence College)
16 Joe Huston and Andrew Wansley (Dartmouth) 22.5 9 (Brown) 7.5 (Tufts) 4 (Columbia) 2 (Amherst) -
17 Leah Storer and Stephen Hayes (American) 22 12 (Franklin and Marshall) 3 (Johns Hopkins) 3 (William and Mary I) 3 (UMBC) 1 (Maryland)
18 Kathleen Clark-Adams and Sharmin Karim (MIT) 20 20 (Brown) - - - -
19 Tess Reed and Kate Falkenstien (Yale) 16 16 (Princeton) - - - -
19 Grant May and Arjun Shenoy (Yale) 16 10 (Rutgers) 6 (Wellesley) - - -

 

Speaker of the Year

Rank Speaker Points 1 2 3 4 5 6
1 Vivek Suri (Johns Hopkins) 109 20 (Boston University) 20 (American ProAms) 20 (Fordham) 18 (MIT) 16 (George Washington I) 15 (Columbia)
2 Grant May (Yale) 103.5 20 (NYU) 18 (Brandeis) 17.5 (Princeton) 16 (Wellesley) 16 (Smith) 16 (West Point)
3 Alex Taubes (Boston University) 97 20 (Columbia) 18 (Tufts) 15.5 (Northeastern ProAms) 15 (Brown) 15 (NYU) 13.5 (Amherst)
4 Kathleen Clark-Adams (MIT) 96 18 (Johns Hopkins) 17.5 (Columbia) 17.5 (Brown) 16 (University of Chicago) 14 (Maryland) 13 (Tufts)
5 Cormac Early (Harvard) 91 17.5 (Fordham) 15.5 (Tufts) 15.5 (MIT) 15.5 (Brandeis) 13.5 (Smith) 13.5 (Wellesley)
6 Adam Goldstein (MIT) 89 18 (Northeastern ProAms) 17.5 (Boston University) 16 (Stanford) 15 (Harvard) 12.5 (Columbia) 10 (Princeton)
7 Jake Campbell (Boston University) 71 20 (Princeton) 15 (Fordham) 14 (William and Mary II) 8.5 (George Washington II) 8 (Tufts) 5.5 (Northeastern ProAms)
8 Michael Buckwald (George Washington) 68 15 (Princeton) 15 (American ProAms) 14 (Rutgers) 9.5 (UMBC) 9 (Bryn Mawr) 5.5 (Brandeis)
9 Matt Rubenstein (Harvard) 66 16 (Providence College) 13 (MIT) 12.5 (Boston University) 12 (Syracuse) 9.5 (Cornell) 3 (Tufts)
10 Samantha Hynes (William and Mary) 65 17.5 (American ProAms) 17.5 (NYU) 9.5 (University of Virginia) 8.5 (George Washington I) 8 (Johns Hopkins) 4 (Bryn Mawr)
11 Kyle Bean (Harvard) 62 20 (Brown) 11.5 (Dartmouth) 11 (Wellesley) 7.5 (Columbia) 6 (Smith) 6 (Providence College)
12 Liam O'Reilly (Maryland) 51.5 14 (Penn) 12.5 (Princeton) 10 (NYU) 7.5 (Fordham) 6.5 (Rutgers) 1 (George Washington I)
13 Ben Field (University of Chicago) 50 17.5 (Harvard) 12.5 (American ProAms) 12 (William and Mary I) 6 (Stanford) 2 (Middlebury) -
14 Daniel Rauch (Princeton) 46.5 20 (Harvard) 16 (Amherst) 10.5 (Brandeis) - - -
15 Leah Storer (American) 44.5 11.5 (Bryn Mawr) 10.5 (Johns Hopkins) 9 (William and Mary II) 6.5 (Maryland) 4.5 (William and Mary I) 2.5 (Columbia)
16 Sean Withall (Johns Hopkins) 40.5 11 (George Washington I) 10 (Columbia) 10 (Fordham) 9.5 (William and Mary I) - -
17 Alex Loomis (Harvard) 38 12.5 (Brown) 12 (Cornell) 9.5 (Syracuse) 3 (Williams) 1 (Amherst) -
18 Ali Boyle (Johns Hopkins) 35.5 14 (Bryn Mawr) 12 (UMBC) 9.5 (Franklin and Marshall) - - -
19 Omar Qureshi (Johns Hopkins) 33 10 (American ProAms) 6 (George Washington II) 4.5 (UMBC) 4.5 (University of Virginia) 4 (Maryland) 4 (Rutgers)
20 Shrivats Iyer (Johns Hopkins) 31 13.5 (George Washington II) 11.5 (Rutgers) 6 (George Washington I) - - -

 

Novice of the Year

Rank Speaker Points 1 2 3 4 5
1 Nick Cugini (Yale) 93.5 20 (Princeton) 19 (Northeastern ProAms) 19 (Brandeis) 18 (Tufts) 17.5 (MIT)
2 Reid Bagwell (Columbia) 87.5 20 (Brown) 17.5 (Fordham) 17 (Providence College) 17 (University of Chicago) 16 (Penn)
3 Alyssa Bilinski (Yale) 87 20 (Fordham) 20 (NYU) 18 (West Point) 17.5 (Harvard) 11.5 (Bates)
4 Ben Kornfeld (Yale) 73 17 (Amherst) 15.5 (West Point) 15.5 (Tufts) 13 (Cornell) 12 (Providence College)
5 Steph Caravias (American) 72.5 17.5 (Princeton) 16 (George Washington II) 14 (University of Virginia) 12.5 (William and Mary II) 12.5 (Boston University)
6 Zhiheng Png (Harvard) 69 15 (Fordham) 14.5 (Amherst) 14 (Northeastern ProAms) 13 (Tufts) 12.5 (Brown)
7 Coulter King (Harvard) 63 16.5 (Northeastern ProAms) 13 (Vassar) 13 (Syracuse) 10.5 (Cornell) 10 (MIT)
8 Rachel DeLevie-Orey (American) 59 13.5 (George Washington II) 13 (George Washington I) 11.5 (University of Virginia) 11 (Franklin and Marshall) 10 (NYU)
9 James Schmitt (American) 58.5 20 (Boston University) 13.5 (Maryland) 9 (University of Virginia) 8 (George Washington I) 8 (Rutgers)
10 Max Dovala (Yale) 58 15 (Princeton) 14 (Brandeis) 11.5 (Northeastern ProAms) 10 (Brown) 7.5 (MIT)
11 Daniel Lewis (Princeton) 55.5 15 (William and Mary II) 14.5 (University of Chicago) 12 (Amherst) 9 (Bryn Mawr) 5 (Fordham)
12 Stacey Chen (Yale) 47.5 20 (Harvard) 9 (Northeastern ProAms) 9 (Wellesley) 8 (Syracuse) 1.5 (Bates)
13 David Trinh (Yale) 45 10.5 (West Point) 10 (William and Mary II) 9 (Dartmouth) 8 (Tufts) 7.5 (Fordham)
14 Khurram Ali (Johns Hopkins) 41 16 (Maryland) 15 (American ProAms) 10 (Fordham) - -
15 Nate Zelinsky (Yale) 39.5 20 (MIT) 10.5 (Tufts) 9 (Stanford) - -
16 Michael Magdzik (Yale) 39 14.5 (Providence College) 13 (West Point) 8.5 (Williams) 3 (Syracuse) -
17 Robert Colonel (Yale) 38.5 14 (Bates) 10 (Boston University) 8 (West Point) 6.5 (Brandeis) -
18 Chris Bergman (Rutgers) 37 12.5 (American ProAms) 9.5 (UMBC) 8.5 (Franklin and Marshall) 6.5 (University of Virginia) -
19 Alison Kennedy (Boston University) 31.5 12.5 (Harvard) 11.5 (Dartmouth) 4 (Northeastern ProAms) 2 (Amherst) 1.5 (Wellesley)
20 Ani-Rae Lovell (William and Mary) 31 17.5 (American ProAms) 11 (Maryland) 1.5 (University of Virginia) 1 (George Washington II) -

 

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