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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Postby windu34 » January 19th, 2018, 5:52 pm

Oh yeah that reminds me...

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If you're going to be there, we're gonna try to arrange a somewhat big scioly.org meetup with whoever's there. For those who'll still be around after awards, there may be plans to go get ice cream at the Bent Spoon (on recommendation from knottingpurple)
Sounds good I would definitely be interested!
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Postby Raleway » January 27th, 2018, 8:12 pm

Time for some predictions!

1. Montgomery: Very nice composite performance at MIT and will be only bringing one team as per what I see on the team list. This also assumes WWPN and WWPS will be unstacked

2. Bayard Rustin: Although they haven't attended many noticeable invitationals so far, their results warrant a higher standing than WWPN and WWPS.

3. Camas: Oops I forgot Camas.

4. WWPN: Just beat WWPS at Yale.

5. JP Stevens: Amazing performance at regionals, actually beating a WWP school! They should be hungry and coming in strong.

6. WWPS: Seem weaker than last year but Princeton should give them a chance to reassert their strength in what basically is a pre-state tournament with some strong teams in other states.

7. Conestoga: Did better than Boca at MIT; Boca should be right behind them here

Rest of the field seems pretty even. Would put East Brunswick and South Brunswick in a jumble behind Conestoga (maybe Princeton High School but from what I see in the NJ States result last year, they were disappointing).
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Postby whythelongface » January 27th, 2018, 8:34 pm

Time for some predictions!

1. Montgomery: Very nice composite performance at MIT and will be only bringing one team as per what I see on the team list. This also assumes WWPN and WWPS will be unstacked

2. Bayard Rustin: Although they haven't attended many noticeable invitationals so far, their results warrant a higher standing than WWPN and WWPS.

3. WWPN: Just beat WWPS at Yale.

4. JP Stevens: Amazing performance at regionals, actually beating a WWP school! They should be hungry and coming in strong.

5. WWPS: Seem weaker than last year but Princeton should give them a chance to reassert their strength in what basically is a pre-state tournament with some strong teams in other states.

6. Conestoga: Did better than Boca at MIT; Boca should be right behind them here

Rest of the field seems pretty even. Would put East Brunswick, South Brunswick, and Camas in a jumble behind Conestoga (maybe Princeton High School but from what I see in the NJ States result last year, they were disappointing).
Problems:
1. WWPN and WWPS will most likely be stacked.
2. JPS did not beat WWPS, their stacked team lost to the unstacked WWPS team by one point at Regs.

I have no idea how well Monty will do against WWP, but I cannot foresee JPS beating South, or any WWP school lagging that much behind Rustin. North actually beat them at Conestoga/BVF.
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Postby Raleway » January 27th, 2018, 8:47 pm

Oof time to revise all my standings...

1. Camas (GGSO)
2. Montgomery (MIT)
3. Bayard (GGSO)
4. WWPN (Yale)
5. WWPS (Yale)
6. Conestoga (MIT)
7. Boca Raton
8. Charter Wilmington
9. JP Stevens (Regionals)
10. South Brunswick High School
11. East Brunswick High School
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Postby maxxxxx » January 27th, 2018, 9:45 pm

Problems:

2. JPS did not beat WWPS, their stacked team lost to the unstacked WWPS team by one point at Regs.

I have no idea how well Monty will do against WWP, but I cannot foresee JPS beating South, or any WWP school lagging that much behind Rustin. North actually beat them at Conestoga/BVF.
Notice how he never said they did. Although it's nice to see they make you feel a little uneasy ;)
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Postby whythelongface » January 28th, 2018, 9:07 am

Problems:

2. JPS did not beat WWPS, their stacked team lost to the unstacked WWPS team by one point at Regs.

I have no idea how well Monty will do against WWP, but I cannot foresee JPS beating South, or any WWP school lagging that much behind Rustin. North actually beat them at Conestoga/BVF.
Notice how he never said they did. Although it's nice to see they make you feel a little uneasy ;)
Ah, assumptions. You know what they make of you and me... I keep forgetting they beat North. Still, placing JPS ahead of South and behind North doesn't make too much sense...
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Postby knottingpurple » January 28th, 2018, 9:24 am

Problems:

2. JPS did not beat WWPS, their stacked team lost to the unstacked WWPS team by one point at Regs.

I have no idea how well Monty will do against WWP, but I cannot foresee JPS beating South, or any WWP school lagging that much behind Rustin. North actually beat them at Conestoga/BVF.
Notice how he never said they did. Although it's nice to see they make you feel a little uneasy ;)
Ah, assumptions. You know what they make of you and me... I keep forgetting they beat North. Still, placing JPS ahead of South and behind North doesn't make too much sense...
Lol I'm loving the salt from all sides, this is hilarious. (But also you maybe should all just chill and just go study and prove each other wrong when we get there.)
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Postby windu34 » February 9th, 2018, 7:40 pm

Good luck to everyone competing tomorrow! I will be supervising Remote Sensing, feel free to stop by!
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Postby pikachu4919 » February 9th, 2018, 11:10 pm

Good luck to everyone competing tomorrow! I will be supervising Remote Sensing, feel free to stop by!
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Postby lumosityfan » February 10th, 2018, 2:36 pm

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