|Lawson Fite, Hudson's Bay||Daniel Gulya, Fargo North|
|Matthew Morris, Dupont Manual||Jeffrey Olson, East Lake|
|James Rogers, Montgomery Blair||Seth Sternglanz, Ward Melville|
40 states and four territories participated from June 10-12.
The winners got $2500 scholarships, gold rings, and Macs. The second-place team received $1500 scholarships and gold rings. Third-place team members each got a $500 scholarship and a gold ring.
Herff Jones awarded $2000 scholarships and a medallion to each member of the All-America Team.
For the third year, tournament participants were surveyed on current issues.
President Clinton received a 2.6 approval rating on a 5-point scale. 73% of participants wanted more gun control laws. 65% opposed legislation of violence on television. 77% wanted stricter immigration laws or stricter enforcement of existing laws. 76% endorsed the use of military force by the United Nations. 53% opposed U.S. intervention in Bosnia, Haiti, or Rwanda.