2011 ICT

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The 2011 NAQT Intercollegiate Championship Tournament was held at the Hyatt Regency O'Hare in Rosemont, Illinois. Seth Teitler served as a head-editor of the Division I set.


Division I

Minnesota (Rob Carson, Mike Cheyne, Andrew Hart, and Gautam Kandlikar) cleared the field. Second place went to Brown (Ben Cohen, Ian Eppler, Daniel Klein, and Guy Tabachnick).

The tournament All-Stars in DI were:

The Division I Undergraduate championship was given to VCU, who finished third.

Division II

Yale (Matt Jackson, Stephen Leh, Stewart McDonald, and Ashvin Srivatsa) took the DII crown after beating Chicago A (Ben Gammage, Doug Graebner, Charles Tian, and Daichi Ueda) in an amusing final featuring a perhaps-ill-advised tossup on "the sexual revolution", which was negged emphatically with the word "YELLOW?!" by Matt Jackson and rebounded with an affectless delivery of the word "seeeex" by Daichi Ueda.

The tournament All-Stars in II were:

The community college champion was Chipola, who finished tied for 10th overall. Chipola featured Dallin Kelson, Travis Bontrager, Harrison Fuqua, and Brittany Stephens.


Stats can be found here.

Note: The 2011 ICT was affected by the Andy Watkins cheating scandal; as such, only the legitimate champions are displayed on this page. Further information here.

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