Spring Undergraduate Novice

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Not to be confused with Sun God Invitational, a 2018 college regular difficulty tournament written by UCSD, or Sun 'n' Fun, a 2000s series of difficult summer open tournaments.

Spring Undergraduate Novice, or SUN was a tournament written by players from UCF, Florida, and New College. It was created for first and second years in the Florida circuit to have an easier tournament to play other than DII SCT and the Eisenhower Memorial Tournament.

2020

Spring Undergraduate Novice
SUN
Competition season 2019–2020
Head editor(s)
Difficulty Collegiate easy
First mirror March 7, 2020
Announcement link
Packets link

A second iteration of SUN was produced for the 2019–2020 season. The set was edited by Harris Bunker of UCSD, Taylor Harvey, Chris Sims, and Mike Cheyne, and written by Lalit Maharjan, Will Grossman, James Zhou, Bradley Kirksey, Zachary Knecht, Montagu James, Roman Madoerin, Vishal Puppala, Eve Fleisig, Rebecca Thomas, Spencer Oung, Charles Dees, Abhinav Karthikeyan, Jack Edmonson, Karsten Rynearson, Jason Lewis, Zach Foster, and Chandler West. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it only had one physical mirror, but it had two online mirrors and an online high school mirror.

FST

SUN was followed by two iterations of spiritual successor Florida Spring Tournament in 2018 and 2019, which featured many of the same writers and editors.

2017

Spring Undergraduate Novice
SUN
Competition season 2016–2017
School(s) Florida, UCF, New College
Head editor(s)
Difficulty Collegiate novice
First mirror March 23, 2019
Announcement link
Packets link

The inaugural SUN was edited by Chris Borglum, Charles Hang, and Mitch Alday and written by Peter Torres, Cody L. Johansen, Taylor Harvey, Jonathen Settle, Alex Shaw, Katia Diamond, and Alex Koutelias. It had at least one mirror, though not many more than that.