2010 National Tournament: University of Illinois

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Re: 2010 National Tournament: University of Illinois

Post by Deeisenberg » October 25th, 2009, 10:26 am

Just check their website.
http://illinois.edu/ricker/CampusMap
I would assume that most things would take place around the main quad, near...
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Re: 2010 National Tournament: University of Illinois

Post by eta150 » November 4th, 2009, 10:37 am

Did anyone here know that the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign is the 5th best engineering school in the country? Just putting that out there...
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Re: 2010 National Tournament: University of Illinois

Post by Veil_Nebula_1504 » November 14th, 2009, 5:57 am

Does anyone know where we can find the schedule for nats?
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Re: 2010 National Tournament: University of Illinois

Post by sciolykid101 » November 14th, 2009, 4:55 pm

Veil_Nebula_1504 wrote:Does anyone know where we can find the schedule for nats?
thanks! :)
probably not until states are finished
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Re: 2010 National Tournament: University of Illinois

Post by robotman » November 14th, 2009, 6:22 pm

Veil_Nebula_1504 wrote:Does anyone know where we can find the schedule for nats?
thanks! :)
there is a tentitive version on the back page of the rules manual i believe
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Re: 2010 National Tournament: University of Illinois

Post by Phenylethylamine » November 16th, 2009, 6:49 am

robotman09 wrote:
Veil_Nebula_1504 wrote:Does anyone know where we can find the schedule for nats?
thanks! :)
there is a tentitive version on the back page of the rules manual i believe
Yes, in the very back of the rule book, there is a 'tentative' National schedule. I don't know how exactly this will be followed, but I believe that it usually is pretty accurate. There may be a few changes, but it's close enough that it can be used to plan your team, should you feel the need to plan a National team before Regionals...
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Re: 2010 National Tournament: University of Illinois

Post by Helix_Nebula_Freak » January 10th, 2010, 10:15 am

Does anyone know which states are normally which numbers, or does it change year to year? I know PA was 9 and 10 last year...
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Re: 2010 National Tournament: University of Illinois

Post by Phenylethylamine » January 12th, 2010, 1:26 pm

Helix_Nebula_Freak wrote:Does anyone know which states are normally which numbers, or does it change year to year? I know PA was 9 and 10 last year...
It does vary slightly from year to year, since it's by number of teams (except for the hosting state, which is usually 1 or 1 and 2) which fluctuates. However, it doesn't change a lot or fast, so last year's numbers are pretty safe to go by unless you're right on the edge of a section.
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Re: 2010 National Tournament: University of Illinois

Post by Deeisenberg » January 18th, 2010, 6:46 am

Phenylethylamine wrote:
Helix_Nebula_Freak wrote:Does anyone know which states are normally which numbers, or does it change year to year? I know PA was 9 and 10 last year...
It does vary slightly from year to year, since it's by number of teams (except for the hosting state, which is usually 1 or 1 and 2) which fluctuates. However, it doesn't change a lot or fast, so last year's numbers are pretty safe to go by unless you're right on the edge of a section.
Based upon various things, it seems that team number is determined by the number of teams in that state in that division. The number of teams in each division is not shown on the membership map, though it is of course correlated. You can tell this because the order of team numbers by states do not perfectly match the total membership ranks in either division.

Also, the team 1 and 2 for host is only at some locations. It was last practiced at Wichita (though only one of the two hosts since have had their teams participate at nationals in their year)

Illinois did do that the last time they hosted though, so it would be reasonable to assume they would do so again.
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Re: 2010 National Tournament: University of Illinois

Post by masterhat » March 4th, 2010, 8:39 pm

Does anyone have any idea what the trial events are going to be?

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