The National All-Star Academic Tournament (NASAT) is run by High School Academic Pyramid Questions. It is a national tournament for state all-star teams, meaning that each state is only allowed to enter one team in the tournament. The first occurrence of this tournament was held June 12-13, 2010 at Vanderbilt and was well-received.
This is not the first tournament to use state all-star teams, since that was formerly done by PAC/NTAE. However, this was the first tournament using all-star teams to feature pyramidal questions and one-on-one matches.
|2010||Pennsylvania (State College)||South Carolina (Dorman and Southside)||Illinois (Auburn, Ignatius, OPRF, Stevenson)||Virginia (Maggie Walker and TJ)||Vanderbilt||16||prelims overall|| Audio from the 2010 second-place match|
|2011||Texas (LASA and Seven Lakes)||Illinois (Auburn, Ignatius, OPRF, Stevenson)||Ohio (Copley, Warren G. Harding, Northmont, Olmsted Falls, Solon, Walnut Hills)||California (Bellarmine, Rancho Bernardo, University)||Maryland||10|||||
|2012||California (Bellarmine and Escobar)||Illinois (Auburn, Carbondale, Loyola, Latin School)||New York (Hunter and Ardsley)||Georgia (Centennial, Norcross, Alpharetta, Bainbridge, and Brookwood)||Ohio State||13|||||
|2013||Missouri (Ladue)||Texas (Cistercian, Harmony, LASA, St. John's)||California (Arcadia, Bellarmine, Foothill, Torrey Pines)||Ohio (Dublin Scioto, Northmont, Olmsted Falls, Solon)||Ohio State||13|||