NASAT

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The National All-Star Academic Tournament (NASAT) is run by International Quiz Bowl Tournaments, having been run by High School Academic Pyramid Questions through 2017. It is a national tournament for state all-star teams, meaning that only one team from each state or Canadian province is allowed to enter in the tournament. The first occurrence of this tournament was held June 12-13, 2010 at Vanderbilt and was well-received.

NASAT is not the first tournament to use state all-star teams, since that is done by PAC/NTAE. However, it is the first tournament using all-star teams to feature pyramidal questions and one-on-one matches.

In 2016, the field was opened to B teams.

Results by year

Year Champion Second Third Fourth Location Field Size Stats Set
2010 Pennsylvania (State College) South Carolina (Dorman and Southside) Illinois (Rockford Auburn, Ignatius, OPRF, Stevenson) Virginia (Maggie Walker and TJ) Vanderbilt 16 prelims overall [1] Audio from the 2010 second-place match
2011 Texas (LASA and Seven Lakes) Illinois (Rockford Auburn, Ignatius, OPRF, Stevenson) Ohio (Copley, Warren G. Harding, Northmont, Olmsted Falls, Solon, Walnut Hills) California (Bellarmine, Rancho Bernardo, University) Maryland 10 [2] [3]
2012 California (Bellarmine and Escobar) Illinois (Rockford Auburn, Carbondale, Loyola, Latin School) New York (Hunter and Ardsley) Georgia (Centennial, Norcross, Alpharetta, Bainbridge, and Brookwood) Ohio State 13 [4] [5]
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 [6] [7]
2014 Texas (LASA, St. John's, Harmony, St. Mark's) Illinois (Rockford Auburn, IMSA, Stevenson) California (Menlo, Westview, Saratoga, Arcadia) New Jersey (High Tech, East Brunswick, St. Joseph) Ohio State + Blackwell Columbus 17 [8] [9]
2015 California (Arcadia, Rancho Bernardo, Saratoga) Virginia (Loudoun County, Maggie Walker, Thomas Jefferson, Western Albemarle) Illinois (Rockford Auburn, IMSA, University of Chicago Lab) Michigan (Detroit Catholic Central) Ohio State 12 [10] [11]
2016 Illinois (Rockford Auburn, Barrington, Hinsdale Central, Naperville North) California (Rancho Bernardo, La Jolla, Westview) Ohio A (Fisher Catholic, Dublin Scioto, Solon, Dublin Jerome Georgia A (Marist, Lakeside, Johns Creek, River Ridge, Chattahoochee) Kentucky 15 [12] [13]
2017 Illinois A (Rockford Auburn, Barrington, Naperville North, IMSA) New York (Hunter, Ithaca) Texas A (James E. Taylor, LASA, St. John's, St. Mark's) California (La Jolla, Los Alamitos, Crystal Springs Upland, Homestead, Cathedral Catholic, Mission San Jose) Kentucky 25 [14] [15]
2018 Illinois A (Rockford Auburn, IMSA, Stevenson, Williamsville) Virginia (Thomas Jefferson (VA), McLean) Ohio (Beavercreek, Dublin Scioto, Miami Valley, Solon) California (Canyon Crest, Crystal Springs Upland) Kentucky 29 [16] [17]
2019 Illinois A (Rockford Auburn, IMSA, Stevenson, University of Illinois Lab) Ohio A (Beavercreek, Miami Valley, Ottawa Hills, Solon) Texas (LASA, San Antonio Reagan, Strake Jesuit, Katy Taylor) New Jersey (High Tech, Millburn) Kentucky 23 [18]

Results by team

State 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Played Wins Top 2s Top 3s Top 4s
Alabama 12 14 2
Arizona 13 1
California 7 4 1 3 3 1 2 4 3 t-10th 10 2 3 6 8
China 25 1
Connecticut 23 1
Delaware 15 6 2
District of Columbia 6 7 2
Florida 9 22 2
Georgia 5 4 11 13 11 4 5 22 8 2
Illinois 3 2 2 6 2 3 1 1 1 1 10 4 7 9 9
Indiana 13 12 12 3
Iowa 22 1
Kentucky 10 8 11 7 11 8 9 21 23 8 10
Maryland 6 5 6 11 8 6 6
Massachusetts 16 1
Michigan 5 17 4 13 18 16 6 1
Minnesota 12 13 2
Missouri 12 9 6 1 8 10 9 6 6 15 10 1 1 1 1
New Hampshire 15 1
New Jersey 10 8 10 4 5 16 4 7 2
New York 9 3 9 14 6 2 t-10th 7 1 2 2
Nevada 27 1
North Carolina 7 15 2
Ohio 8 3 9 4 7 7 3 7 3 2 10 1 4 5
Oklahoma 14 12 19 3
Pennsylvania 1 9 5 9 5 12 6 1 1 1 1
South Carolina 2 12 2 1 1 1
Tennessee 11 10 6 7 4
Texas 5 1 5 2 1 3 3 7 2 3 5 5
Vermont 16 1
Virginia 4 10 8 6 2 8 2 7 8 2 2 3

NOTE: This table is through 2019.