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University of North Georgia Math Tournament

The 23rd Annual University of North Georgia Math Tournament

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Welcome to the University of North Georgia (UNG) Tournament website. The UNG Math Tournament at Gainesville Campus will host the 23rd annual Math Tournament on Saturday April 1, 2017. The competition features both individual and team events involving problems from calculus, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, and algebra. The tournament is an all day event at the UNG campus in Gainesville, Georgia.

Eligibility Requirements:

Students are eligible to compete if they have not completed, nor are presently enrolled in any 3000 level math courses. Exceptions: students who have taken or currently are taking Differential Equations and/or Linear Algebra, may participate in the tournament even if these courses are numbered as 3000 level courses at their respective schools.

Early Registration Deadline:

Friday, March 17, 2017. Registration material must be postmarked by this date. 
Fee: $30 per student

Registration Deadline:

Registration material must be received by Monday, March 27, 2017 before 3:00 p.m. Fee: $35 per student

Last Day for a Full Refund:

Monday, March 27, 2017 before noon. After noon, March 27, no refunds will be given. Registration may be transferred to a student other than the original student that is registered.

Lunch Fee:

Lunch is included in the cost of registration. Sponsors will eat free.

Prizes:

(Board of Regents Policy requires a Social Security number (SS#) for someone to received a check. Students who do not have a SS# will not receive a cash prize. In addition a W-9 and a "Vendor Application form" is required of each student that wins a prize. Please make sure your winners have filled out these forms, or have them to fill out before you leave the tournament.)

Morning Individual Competition:

1st Place: $400 check
2nd Place: $200 check
3rd Place: $100 check
4th Place: $50 check
5th Place: $25 check

Afternoon Team Competition:

1st Place: $40 check
2nd Place: $30 check
3rd Place: $20 check
4th Place: $10 check
(prizes are for each winning team member)

Additional Local Prizes for Top UNG Contestants Only:

Morning Individual Competition:

1st Place: $50 check

Afternoon Team Competition:

1st Place: $20 check
(prizes are for each winning team member)

The University of North Georgia is a unit of the University System of Georgia

The University of North Georgia, Gainesville Campus, located in Northeast Georgia, is six miles southeast of Gainesville on Mundy Mill Road (Highway 53) and near Exit 16 of Interstate 985. Registration & Breakfast will be in the Student Center. All morning and afternoon tournament events will be held in the Physical Education building. Lunch is tentatively scheduled to be held in the Student Center. For location details, visit the UNG Gainesville Campus map webpage.

Lodging:

If your team will need to stay overnight, you may want to contact one of the following for reservations. The hotels in Oakwood are closest to the college. 

Name

Address

Phone

Best Western 4535 Oakwood Road, Oakwood, GA 30566 (770) 535-8080
Jameson Inn 3530 Thurmon Tanner Pkwy, Oakwood, GA 30566 (770) 533-9400
Hampton Inn 4660 Holland Dam Road, Flowery Branch, GA 30542 (770) 965-0357
Holiday Inn 400 Ee Butler Pkwy, Gainesville, GA 30501 (770) 531-0907
Quality Inn 16 Old Mundy Mill Rd, Oakwood, GA 30566 (770) 287-1000

Who can Participate?

Students currently enrolled in a two-year college or a four-year college that offers a two-year mathematics degree, who have never been enrolled in any 3000 level math courses are eligible to participate. Students must be enrolled in the college they are representing at the tournament. High school students taking college courses are eligible. Exceptions: students who have taken or currently are taking Differential Equations and/or Linear Algebra, may participate in the tournament even if these courses are numbered as 3000 level courses at their respective schools.

Benefits for All Participants

  • Just competing in a tournament at this level is an accomplishment.
  • You get to meet students from other schools who also enjoy mathematics.
  • Being on your school's math team will look good on your resume.
  • It's a challenge. No Pain, No Gain.
  • Getting ready for the tournament will help you learn calculus better.
  • You might find out that you're smarter than you thought.
  • You may learn something you didn't know.
  • It's fun

Previous Participants:

YearParticipating Colleges
2016 Cape Fear Community College, The Capitol School, Catawba Valley CC, Central Carolina CC, Forsyth Technical CC, Gaston, GPC-Clarkston, GPC - Dunwoody, Middle Georgia, Mitchell CC, Shelton State, UNG - Gainesville, UNG – Oconee, Wake Tech CC
2015 Cape Fear Community College, Durham Tech Community College, Gaston College, Georgia Perimeter College-Clarkston,Georgia Perimeter College-Clarkston (MESA), Georgia Perimeter College-Dunwoody,Georgia Perimeter College-Decatur, Middle Georgia State College, Mitchell Community College, Shelton State Community College, University of North Georgia-Gainesville, University of North Georgia-Oconee, Wake Technical Community College-Main, Wake Technical Community College-North Campus
2014 Cape Fear Community College, Catawba Valley Community College, Durham Tech Community College, Gaston College, Georgia Perimeter College-Clarkston,Georgia Perimeter College-Dunwoody,Georgia Perimeter College-Decatur, Holmes Community College, Middle Georgia State College, Mitchell Community College, Shelton State Community College, Southwestern Community College, Tallahassee Community College, University of North Georgia-Gainesville, University of North Georgia-Oconee, Wake Technical Community College-Main, Wake Technical Community College-North
2013 Cape  Fear Community College, Catawba Valley Community College, Durham Technical Community College,  Gaston College, Georgia Military College, Georgia Perimeter College, Holmes Community College, Middle Georgia State College, Mitchell Community College, Shelton State Community College, Tallahassee Community College, University of North Georgia, Wake Technical Community College
2012 Catawba Valley Community College, Durham Technical Community College, East Georgia College, Gainesville State College, Gaston College, Georgia Perimeter College, Haywood Community College, Holmes Community College, Mayland Community College, Middle Georgia College, Southwestern Community College, Spartanburg Methodist College, Tallahassee Community College, Wake Technical Community College
2011 Missing
2010 Catawba Valley Community College, Durham Technical Community College, Gainesville State College, Georgia Perimeter College, Gordon College, Holmes Community College, Southwestern Community College, Tallahassee Community College, Wake Technical Community College
2009 Catawba Valley Community College, Durham Technical Community College, Gainesville State College, Georgia Perimeter College, Holmes Community College, Northeast Mississippi Community College,  Southwestern Community College, Tallahassee Community College, Wake Technical Community College
2008 Catawba Valley Community College, Durham Technical Community College, Gainesville State College, Georgia Highlands College, Georgia Perimeter College, Hiwassee College, Holmes Community College, Itawamba Community College, Northeast Mississippi Community College, Northwest Mississippi Community College, Tallahassee Community College, Wake Technical Community College
2007 Catawba Valley Community College, Dalton State College, Durham Technical Community College, East Georgia Community College, Gainesville State College, Georgia Perimeter College, Itawamba Community College, Northwest Mississippi Community College, Southwestern Community College, Wake Technical Community College
2006 Georgia Perimeter College, Catawba Valley Community College, Hiwassee College, Durham Technical Community College, Gainesville State College, Wake Technical Community College, Gordon College, Dalton State College
2005 Georgia Perimeter College, Catawba Valley Community College, Hiwassee College, Durham Technical Community College, Gainesville College, Haywood Community College, Wake Technical Community College
2004 Georgia Perimeter College, Catawba Valley Community College, Hiwassee College, Durham Technical Community College, Gainesville College, Isothermal Community College, Spartanburg Methodist College, Clayton College and State University
2003 Georgia Perimeter College, Catawba Valley Community College, Hiwassee College, Durham Technical Community College, Gainesville College
2002 Georgia Perimeter College, Isothermal Community College, Spartanburg Methodist College, Hiwassee College, Durham Technical Community College, Gainesville College
2001 Georgia Perimeter College, Isothermal Community College, Spartanburg Methodist College, Durham Technical Community College, Gainesville College
2000 Georgia Perimeter College, Gainesville College, Western Piedmont Community College, Isothermal Community College, Spartanburg Methodist College, Chattanooga State Technical Community College
1999 Georgia Perimeter College, Gainesville College, Chattanooga State Technical Community College, Western Piedmont Community College
1998 DeKalb College, Gainesville College, Spartanburg Technical College, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Chattanooga State Technical Community College, Isothermal Community College, Western Piedmont Community College
1997 Chattanooga State Technical Community College, DeKalb College, Gainesville College, Gordon College, Macon College, Piedmont Technical College, Spartanburg Technical College, Surry Community College, Western Piedmont Community College
1996 DeKalb College, Gainesville College, Gordon College, Macon College, Spartanburg Methodist College, Spartanburg Technical College, Surry Community College
1995 DeKalb College, Gainesville College, Gordon College, Macon College, Spartanburg Methodist College, Spartanburg Technical College

What does the tournament consist of?

The tournament is in two parts - a morning, individual competition and an afternoon, team competition. The morning competition is a 90 minute multiple choice calculus exam. Once the morning exam has begun, students may not leave the room until they are finished with their exam. The afternoon competition has approximately ten rounds where teams have up to ten minutes to solve one or more problems. Rounds will not be delayed for missing team members. Afternoon problems include questions from algebra, trigonometry, statistics, and logic. Calculators may not be used during the morning session. One TI-85 per team will be provided for the afternoon session. A brief intermission will be held approximately halfway into the afternoon competition. Sponsors may confer with their students during this time. The awards ceremony immediately follows the afternoon competition.

Morning Instructions

Afternoon Instructions


Who can participate?

Students enrolled in a two-year college or a four-year school with only a two-year mathematics degree program that have never been enrolled in any math course above the sophomore level are eligible to participate. Exceptions: students who have taken or currently are taking Differential Equations and/or Linear Algebra, may participate in the tournament even if these courses are numbered as 3000 level courses at their respective schools. Students must be enrolled in the college they are representing at the tournament. High school students taking college courses are eligible.

What makes up an afternoon team?

A team competing for an award consists of a maximum of four eligible students from the same college. A college can elect to have a team with fewer than four members. The number of teams a college may have is determined by the following formula. 

          # of teams  =  Greatest Integer [(n -1)/4 + 1]    where n is the number of students from a college.

Mixed teams comprised of a maximum of four eligible students from different colleges may participate, but their scores will not count in the overall scores for the colleges.

How are scores determined?

Individual scores are determined by the number of correct answers an individual gets in the morning competition. Students are not penalized for incorrect answers.

Team scores are composed of the scores of the team rounds. The morning individual scores are not included in the afternoon total team scores. At the beginning of each round the time clock is set at 11 minutes. The number of whole minutes remaining when the solution is submitted is the score given for a correct answer. A team may submit an answer only once. No partial credit is given.

The overall scores for the colleges are determined in the following manner. The morning session and the afternoon session will be weighted equally. The top three individual morning scores from each college will be averaged. This averaged score is out 40 so the percentage correct out of 40 will be used instead and this will count as 50% of the overall score. The highest score of a team from each college in the afternoon competition will also count as 50% of the overall score. In the afternoon session the score is the same as the percentage of points received out of the total possible. The maximum possible score in the afternoon is 100.

In the event that a college only has one student participating, then their score alone will determine the morning portion, and in the event a college only has two students participating, the average of their scores will determine the morning portion. 

What if there is a tie?

One of the 40 questions in the morning test will be (clearly) designated as a tie breaker.  This question could be counted twice. First as one of the 40 questions then, in case of a tie it will be counted again. For example if two students, A and B answer 30 out of the 40 questions correctly and are tied for one of the top places, then the problem designated as the tie breaker will be looked at. If student A answered it correctly and student B  did not, then student A is the winner of that tie. If both answered correctly or incorrectly then the tie will be broken in the following manner.

If there is a tie from the morning or afternoon competition, a tie breaker question will be administered by the test administrator after the afternoon competition is over. The first individual or team to submit a correct answer within five minutes will win the tie breaker. If needed, this will be repeated until the tie is broken. Only one response per individual or team will be accepted. 

If there is a tie for the overall competition, the following tiebreakers will be used in order to break the tie. (The morning and afternoon tiebreakers will not be used to determine the overall champion except as noted below.)

1) The college with the highest morning average will win the tie. 

2a)  The college that wins the afternoon session  tie breaker wins the tie.

2b)  The two teams involved in the afternoon tie (below third place) have a tie breaker question as described above and the college that wins the afternoon tie breaker wins the tie.

3)  The college that has the highest individual scorer in the morning wins the tie.

What are the prizes?

Individual prizes are given to the students that have the top three scores from the morning competition.

The first place scorer will receive a plaque and a check for $400.
The second place scorer will receive a plaque and a check for $200.
The third place scorer will receive a plaque and a check for $100.
The fourth place scorer will receive a plaque and a check for $50.
The fifth place scorer will receive a plaque and a check for $25.

Plaques will be presented to the individual winners at the awards ceremony. Checks will be mailed as soon as possible to the appropriate college sponsors. 

Team prizes are given to the teams having the top four scores. Each winning team member for 1st -3rd place only, will be presented with an Olympic style medal and
each member of the 1st place team will receive $40 in gift certificates,
each member of the 2nd place team will receive $30 in gift certificates,
each member of the 3rd place team will receive $20 in gift certificates.
each member of the 4th place team will receive $10 in gift certificates only, (no medals).

The trophies will be awarded to the colleges with the four highest overall scores.

What if there is a protest?

If there is a protest concerning the morning competition, it must be presented to the arbitrators before the afternoon competition begins. Arbitrators will be identified to the sponsors at the sponsor's meeting which takes place during the morning competition. If there is a protest concerning the afternoon competition, it must be presented to the arbitrators before the awards ceremony begins.  If there is a protest concerning the tie breaker  competition, it must be presented to the arbitrators before the awards ceremony begins.

TimeEvent
8:30 - 9:15 AM Registration & Coffee and Donuts
9:30 - 11:00 AM Individual Competition & Sponsor's Meeting
11:00 - 11:15 Team Pictures
11:30 - 12:30 Lunch (cost included in registration fee) & Presentation
1:00 - 3:15 PM Team Competition
3:15 - 4:30 PM Tie Breakers & Awards Ceremony

Registration and Breakfast 

Upon arriving, you will complete your registration, receive name tags, and be given last minute updates. Be prepared to identify students in groups of four to work as teams during the afternoon competition. Then, enjoy the coffee and donuts.

Take time to relax, visit with other competitors, and give last minute instructions to your team members while you wait for the games to begin.

Individual Competition

The morning competition is a 90 minute multiple choice calculus exam. Calculators are not allowed in this part of the tournament. Individual money prizes along with plaques are given to the students that have the top three scores from the morning competition.

Sponsors' Meeting

Unfortunately, sponsors are not allowed to observe their students during the morning competition. While students are working on the test for the morning competition, sponsors will have an opportunity to meet together for an informal discussion of current issues. Topics from past discussions include content for college algebra, the semester system, and laboratories. You may put in your two cents worth or just listen. You can give it your full attention or tune in every now and then as you grade papers or work on lesson plans. Yes! Some sponsors actually bring work to do. We will dismiss as soon as the students start finishing the morning exam so you can spend some time finding out how your teams have survived the first round of competition.

Team Pictures

Before you go to lunch, please stop by the announced location to have team pictures made. Copies of the pictures will be sent to the sponsors after the tournament.

Lunch & Presentation

Lunch will be provided. The cost is included in the registration fee. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions and we will do our best to have an acceptable meal for you. Sponsors eat for free! A presenter will give a 15-minute short talk on some subject accessible to the sophomore level participants.

Team Competition

The afternoon competition has approximately ten rounds, where teams have up to ten minutes to solve one or more problems. Afternoon problems include questions from algebra, trigonometry, statistics, logic and calculus. One or two, (depending on the number of teams) calculators per team will be provided for this part of the competition. Contestants may not use their own personal calculators. The morning individual scores are not included in the afternoon total team scores. At the end of the afternoon competition, each winning team member from the top three teams receives an Olympic style medal at the awards ceremony and a gift certificate.

Tie Breakers

If there is a tie from the morning or afternoon competition, a tie breaker question will be administered by the test administrator after the afternoon competition is over.

Awards Ceremony

During the awards ceremony, presentations are made by an academic officer of the University of North Georgia. The individual winners of the morning competition are announced and presented with an engraved plaque. The individual winners will receive a check by mail. Then the top three teams are announced and each winning team member is draped with an Olympic style engraved medal. Next, the awards for the overall competition are presented. Each winning college/university is presented with a trophy.

2016 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam CompetitionOverall
1st Thien Lam (GPC-Dunwoody) UNG Gainesville Team 1 UNG-Gainesville
2nd Andrew Hathcock (UNG-GV) The Capitol School Georgia Perimeter College
3rd Salomon Nabine ((GPC-Dunwoody) Mitchell Community College Forsyth Technical College
4th Hung Nguyen (Forsyth Technical College) GPC-Dunwoody Team 2 Wake Technical Community College
5th Vinh Pham (GPC-Dunwoody)

2015 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam CompetitionOverall
1st Jiwon Lee (UNG-GV) UNG Gainesville Team 4 UNG-Gainesville
2nd Tongtong Zhao (GPC-Dunwoody) GPC Dunwoody Team 1 Georgia Perimeter College
3rd Clive Ling (WTCC-North) UNG Gainesville Team 5 Middle Georgia College
4th Blaise Pena (DTCC) Middle Georgia College Team 1 Wake Technical Community College
5th Yunhu Choi (GPC-Dunwoody)

2014 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam CompetitionOverall
1st Prem Shah (Wake Tech-North) Wake Tech North Team 2 Wake Tech
2nd Diwash Thapa(Wake Tech North) GPC Clarkston Team 1 GPC
3rd YeongSeo Hyun(Shelton State) GPC Dunwoody Team 4 Shelton State
4th Thomas Beasley(Catawba Valley CC) Wake Tech Main Team 1 UNG
5th John Anderson(Wake Tech-Main)    

2013 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam CompetitionOverall
1st Yoonhye Jang,(Shelton State CC) GPC-Dunwoody Team 2 Georgia Perimeter College, GA
2nd Jacob Walsh,
(Wake Technical CC)
Catawba Valley CCTeam 1 Wake Tech Community College, NC
3rd Chu Ria, 
(Middle Georgia College)
GPC-DecaturTeam 1 Catawba Valley Community College, NC
4th Robert Townsend,  (GPC-Dunwoody) Middle Georgia CollegeTeam 1 Middle Georgia College, GA
5th Cayla Hummel, (Shelton State CC)    

2012 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam CompetitionOverall
1st Huong Tram (GPC-Mesa) GPC-D-1 Georgia Perimeter College, GA
2nd An Pham (GPC-Mesa) CVCC-1 Middle Georgia College, GA
3rd Kyle Zimmerman MGC Durham Tech-1 Durham Tech, NC
4th Corey Hartsell (Gaston College) Middle GA-1 Gainesville State College, GA
5th Trung Quach (GPC-Mesa)    

2010 and 2011 Data Missing

2009 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam CompetitionOverall
1st Hanbyul Kim- Georgia Perimeter College (Dunwoody), GA Durham Technical Community College, NC Georgia Perimeter College, GA
2nd Tim Pluta, Durham Technical Community College, NC Wake Technical Community College, NC Durham Technical Community College, NC
3rd DieuVy Nguyen, Georgia Perimeter College, (Clarkston) GA Georgia Perimeter College, GA Clarkston Campus Wake Technical Community College, NC
4th Donghyun Park -Georgia Perimeter College, (Dunwoody) GA Gainesville State College, GA Gainesville Campus Tallahassee Community College, FL
5th Chuong Le, Wake Technical Community College, NC    

2008 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam CompetitionOverall
1st Perry Atangcho - Georgia Perimeter College (Dunwoody), GA Georgia Perimeter College, GA Dunwoody Campus Georgia Perimeter College, GA
2nd Andrew Lafrenier - Georgia Perimeter College, (Clarkston) GA Georgia Perimeter College, GA Dunwoody Campus Durham Technical Community College, NC
3rd Jinru Wang, Tallahassee Community College, FL Durham Technical Community College, NC Tallahassee Community College, FL
4th Hanbyul Kim, Georgia Perimeter College (Clarkston), GA Georgia Perimeter College, GA Clarkston Campus Catawba Valley Community College, NC
5th Andres Vargas, Durham Technical College, NC    

2007 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam CompetitionOverall
1st Perry Atangcho - Georgia Perimeter College (Dunwoody), GA Georgia Perimeter College, GA Clarkston Campus Georgia Perimeter College, GA
2nd Kwang-Yong Lee -Georgia Perimeter College, (Clarkston) GA Georgia Perimeter College, GA Dunwoody Campus Wake Technical Community College, NC
3rd Jamal Daher, Itawamba Community College, MS Wake Technical Community College, NC Itawamba Community College, MS
4th Ahmad Saffouri, Wake Technical Community College, NC    

2006 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam CompetitionOverall
1st Jackson Tanism - Georgia Perimeter College (Dunwoody), GA Catawba Valley Community College, NC Catawba Valley Community College, NC
2nd Jong Kim -  Gainesville State College Gainesville State College, GA Wake Technical Community College, NC
3rd Robert Ward - Dalton State College, GA Wake Technical Community College, NC Georgia Perimeter College, GA

2005 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam CompetitionOverall
1st
Aragaw Akalu - Georgia Perimeter College, (Decatur) GA Georgia Perimeter College, (Dunwoody) GA  Georgia Perimeter College, GA
2nd
 Jackson Tanis - Georgia Perimeter College, (Dunwoody) GA Durham Technical Community College, NC Durham Technical Community College, NC
3rd
 Prathyusha Vadlamudi - Durham Technical Community College, NC Catawba Valley Community College, NC Gainesville College, GA  

2004 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam CompetitionOverall
1st
Jun Jian Hou - Durham Technical Community College, NC Durham Technical Community College, NC Durham Technical Community College, NC
2nd
 Hia  Dang - Georgia Perimeter College, (Dunwoody) GA Georgia Perimeter College, (Dunwoody) GA Georgia Perimeter College, GA
3rd
 Austen Lethbridge-Scarl - Durham Technical Community College, NC Catawba Valley Community College, NC Clayton College and State University, GA  

2003 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam Competition
1st
Jun Jian Hou - Durham Technical Community College, NC Durham Technical Community College, NC
2nd
Quochuy Huynh - Georgia Perimeter College, GA Gainesville College, GA
3rd
Joshua VanderWall - Durham Technical Community College, NC Georgia Perimeter College, GA

2002 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam Competition
1st
Brandon Luders - Georgia Perimeter College, GA Dalton State College, GA
2nd
Jung Kim - Georgia Perimeter College, GA Gainesville College, GA
3rd
Kasia Hebda - Gainesville College, GA Georgia Perimeter College, GA

2001 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam Competition
1st
Qixing Zheng- Gainesville College, GA Gainesville College, GA
2nd
Tengzhou Zhuang- Georgia Perimeter College, GA Durham Technical Community College, NC
3rd
Tsu-wang Yang- Durham Technical Community College, NC Georgia Perimeter College, GA

2000 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam Competition
1st
Young G Yun- Georgia Perimeter College, GA Georgia Perimeter College, GA
2nd
Qixing Zheng- Gainesville College, GA Isothermal Community College, NC
3rd
Steven Allison- Western Piedmont Community College, NC Gainesville College, GA

1999 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam Competition
1st
Young G Yun- Georgia Perimeter College, GA Georgia Perimeter College, GA
2nd
Ferdous Kahn- Georgia Perimeter College, GA Gainesville College, GA
3rd
Woosuk Choi - Georgia Perimeter College, GA Western Piedmont Community College, NC

1998 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam Competition
1st
Shao-Chou Ding - Dekalb College, GA DeKalb College, GA
2nd
Bernard Bomba-ire - DeKalb College, GA Gainesville College, GA
3rd
Matt Bennett - DeKalb College, GA Isothermal Community College, NC

1997 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam Competition
1st
Adam Bailey - Spartanburg Tech College, SC DeKalb College, GA
2nd
Vuchuong Do - DeKalb College, GA Chattanooga St. Tech Community College, TN
3rd
Nina Safabakhsh - DeKalb College, GA (Only 1st & 2nd place teams were recognized)

1996 Tournament Winners: 

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam Competition
1st
Dody Suratman - Macon College, GA Macon College, GA
2nd
Jacob Sherwood - Gainesville College, GA Gainesville College, GA
3rd
David Wada - DeKalb College, GA (Only 1st & 2nd place teams were recognized)

1995 Tournament Winners:

PlaceIndividual CompetitionTeam Competition
1st
Bill Kaufman - Gordon College, GA Gordon College, GA
2nd
Steven Smith - Spartanburg Tech College, SC DeKalb College, GA
3rd
Dody Suratman - Macon College, GA (Only 1st & 2nd place teams were recognized)

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