GIT IX Results (Not so Brief)

First off, we'd like to thank everyone who came to the tournament yesterday. There were some great comebacks and some great finishes, and one team that defeated all comers. That'd be Chicago A, who went through Division A 8-0, won their three playoff matches, and then closed out with a win in the finals over Illinois. Congrats to Chicago-A, Illinois, Kansas-A who won the undergraduate championship, and all the top scorers listed below.

Preliminary Standings
Division A
1. Chicago A 8-0
2. Illinois 6-2
3. Kansas A 5-3*
4. Wichita St 5-3
5. Oklahoma B 4-4
6. Rolla A 3-5*
7. Truman St B 3-5
8. Henderson B 2-6
9. Notre Dame 0-8

Division B
1. DePauw 8-0
2. Tulsa 6-2*
3. Truman St A 6-2
4. Kansas B 5-3*
5. Oklahoma A 5-3
6. Rolla B 3-5
7. Chicago B 2-6
8. Ill-Springfield 1-7
9. Henderson A 0-8

Final Standings
[Note: 7-18 may be a little off, because the last round's scoresheets are not at hand, but I think this is how it wound up.]
Division C
Finals: Chicago A 5-0 vs Illinois 4-1
3. Kansas A 3-2 (UG champion)
4. DePauw 2-3
5. Tulsa 1-4
6. Truman St A 0-5

Division D
7. Wichita St 4-1*
8. Kansas B 4-1
9. Oklahoma A 3-2*
10. Rolla B 3-2
11. Oklahoma B 1-4
12. Rolla A 0-5

Division E
13. Truman St B 4-1**
14. Chicago B 4-1**
15. Henderson B 4-1**
16. Ill-Springfield 1-4**
17. Henderson A 1-4**
18. Notre Dame 1-4**

*-Tie broken by H2H.
**-Tie broken by points scored in playoffs.
Then Chicago A beat Illinois in the final and won the whole shebang.

As Sean stated earlier, Martin Smith won every individual category (powers, 10-pts, total tossups, negs, points, etc.), but there were lots of people with high averages. The top ten, who represented nine different teams, won medals.

Individual Top Scorers
1. Martin Smith, Chi-A, 83.12
2. Matthew Marjan, Dep, 71.25
3. Grant Volle, Tul, 60.62
4. G.W. Brown, TSU-A, 58.75
5. Joy Woods, Ok-B, 56.87
6. Greg, UIS, 51.87
7. Jeremy H, Ok-A, 50.00
8. Jeremy, Wich, 48.75
9. Eric S, Kan-B, 47.50
10. Angelo Malabanan, Tul, 46.87

Once again, thanks everyone for coming, and we hope to see you again! TRASH Regionals are in progress, and either Sean or I will have a brief results post tonight once it's over.

Jon "Stat Boy" Pinyan
Washington University (MO)