Varsity

Regular tournaments open to teams of all experience levels.

Villa Duchesne Invitational

02/20/2010

This tournament will operate on questions from NAQT, specifically set IS-92. The format will be similar to recent NAQT tournaments held elsewhere in Missouri—pyramidal questions, neg-5’s for incorrect early buzzes, 15 points instead of 10 for correct early answers, and no rebounding on bonuses.

Contact
Anthony Loveday

NAQT Missouri Qualifier

03/20/2010
Tournament Details
Host: 
Missouri Quizbowl Alliance at University of Missouri-Columbia
Field cap: 
32 (tentatively)
Fees and discounts: 

Base fee for first team: $55
Base fee for second and subsequent teams: $50
Moderator discount: $10 discount for each competent moderator your school brings
Buzzer discount: $5 discount for each working buzzer system your school brings
Travel discount: $10 discount for every 100 miles your school traveled to the tournament (one-way, as determined by Google Maps)
Early registration discount: $5 discount if your registration is received before February 20, 2010
The minimum entry fee is $25 per team.

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
NAQT IS-95
Question Format: 
Untimed NAQT (20 tossups with nonrebounding bonuses, powers, and negs)

The Missouri Quizbowl Alliance will host the third annual NAQT Missouri Qualifier on March 20, 2010 at the University of Missouri-Columbia. As MOQBA's flagship event, this tournament regularly features a diverse field of teams from throughout Missouri, recognizing the state's top teams for national tournament qualification and creating a championship atmosphere. Matt Chadbourne and Jeffrey Hill will serve as tournament directors of this official NAQT event, which will use untimed NAQT rules.

Contact
Jeffrey Hill
Results

1. Helias A (qualified for NAQT HSNCT and PACE NSC)
2. Rock Bridge A (qualified for NAQT HSNCT and PACE NSC)
3. Cape Central (qualified for NAQT HSNCT)
4. Oakville
Small School Champion: North Shelby (12th overall)

Helias A went undefeated and finished two wins ahead of the entire field to win the 2010 NAQT Missouri Qualifier. Rock Bridge A and Cape Central finished the playoff rounds at 5-2 against other championship bracket teams and played a tiebreaker game; Rock Bridge A won that game 225-110 to take second place. Oakville placed fourth with a 4-3 record in the championship bracket. Centralia and North Shelby tied in the consolation bracket, and played a one-game final to determine the small school champion; North Shelby won that game 160-45 to take the small school title.

Missouri S&T Spring Tournament

03/06/2010
Tournament Details
Host: 
Missouri S&T
Field cap: 
24 (tentatively)
Fees and discounts: 

Base fee for first team: $70
Base fee for second and subsequent teams: $65
Moderator discount: $30 discount for each competent moderator your school brings (more info below)
Buzzer discount: $5 discount for each working buzzer system your school brings
Buzzer borrowing discount: $5 discount if we have borrowed your buzzer for an intercollegiate event
Alumnus discount: $5 discount if your school has an alumnus on the Missouri S&T team
Travel discount: $5 discount for every 100 miles your school traveled to the tournament (one-way, as determined by Google Maps)
Early registration discount: $5 discount if your registration is received before February 6, 2010

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
NAQT IS-90
Question Format: 
Modified Missouri format

This tournament will use a modification of the standard Missouri format, in order to allow teams to play more games and face a wider variety of opponents. Each game will still have four quarters, and each quarter will contain eight tossups, for a total of thirty-two. Tossups answered correctly in the second and fourth quarters will be followed by bonuses as normal.

Contact
Matt Chadbourne

Missouri State Bear Bowl

02/20/2010
Tournament Details
Host: 
Missouri State University
Fees and discounts: 

first team from each school: $55
second team: $50
third and each subsequent team: $40

Discounts: - $5 for each working buzzer system brought (limit three per school)

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
Mirror of University of Georgia's Classic City Classic
Question Format: 
20 tossup/bonus

NOTE: This tournament was rescheduled from 1/30/2010 due to inclement weather.

Missouri State University will be hosting a varsity academic tournament on Saturday, February 20, 2010. This tournament will be a mirror of the Classic City Classic set written by the quiz bowl team at the University of Georgia, and games will consist of twenty tossups worth ten points each and bonuses worth thirty points each. Tentatively, the top two teams in the field will qualify for the PACE NSC. Each team will be guaranteed at least nine matches.

Contact
Jason Loy

WUHSAC

01/30/2010

Hosted by Washington University in St. Louis

Contact
WUSTL
Results
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