2016 PACE NSC results

Congratulations to Liberal Arts and Science Academy A (Austin, TX), the 2016 PACE NSC champions! LASA A defeated Adlai E. Stevenson High School A (Lincolnshire, IL) in a thrilling final 500 to 310.

Congratulations also to Southside High School (Greenville, SC), which took the top small school title. Orchard Farm High School (St. Charles, MO) came in second for the small school title.

Congratulations as well to Paul Laurence Dunbar High School B (Lexington, KY), which took the top junior varsity (JV) title. Paul M. Dorman High School B (Spartanburg, SC) took second place in JV after winning an advantaged JV 2nd/3rd place game against duPont Manual B. DuPont Manual High School B (Louisville, KY) came in third for the JV title.

In the all-star game, “We Didn’t Even Think About That!”, consisting of Ethan Russo (LASA A), Cole Timmerwilke (Rockford Auburn), Ashwin Ramaswami (Chattahoochee), and Ali Saeed (Stevenson A), played for Susan G. Komen for the Cure. “People That Aren’t Actually Good At Quizbowl”, consisting of Eric Wolfsberg (Bethlehem), Ryan Golant (Thomas Jefferson A), Kion You (Rancho Bernardo), Ankush Bajaj (Hinsdale Central A), played for Médecins Sans Frontières. “We Didn’t Even Think About That!” defeated “People That Aren’t Actually Good at Quizbowl” 420 to 400, resulting in a $400 donation to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and a $100 donation to Médecins Sans Frontières.

Full statistics are available at the Quizbowl Resource Database.
Any stat corrections may be sent to Ben Zhang at ben.zhng1 AT gmail DOT com.

Photos taken by Colin McNamara are available on Flickr.
A video recording of the final, and the question set, will be released shortly.

We hope everyone enjoyed the tournament! See you all in Chicago again next year for the 2017 NSC!