Ermm, I can't remember...this is one of those things I've forgotten after a year >.<. Most are in February anyway. You mind sharing your region or how long you've been doing scioly (of course don't have to)? You'll figure it allll out soon enough.When do you think we're going to here about the remaining regionals?
In recent years, it seems like most of New York's regionals have been the same day, or within the next week.When do you think we're going to here about the remaining regionals?
SameHere we go, my first year of Division C! I meant to study this summer but then... I didn't really.
Unfortunately regionals will be a limiting factor for most of the NY teams. About 70-80% of NY regionals are a week after the Cornell Invitationals, which isn't ideal Good luck running the invitationals though, I'm sure it'll be greatHi all,
I am a member of the team that will be running the Cornell Invitational competition.
We are currently finalizing certain plans for the competition. Our main meeting is tomorrow so hopefully sometime tomorrow night more information will be available to the public.
Speaking from personal knowledge on how the competition will be run, I strongly urge competitive teams in NY, NJ, CT, PA, and beyond to consider coming to Cornell based on its convenient location in the center of New York and based on the skilled and experienced people running the competition.
I assure you it will be a truly fantastic invitational!
Neither did I... Don't tell my teachers.Here we go, my first year of Division C! I meant to study this summer but then... I didn't really.
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