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Spring 2005

Molly Pitcher Service Area Open
February 27, 2005 @ Rutgers University- New Brunswick

Thirsty for more TRASH, Columbia A (Burly Paper Towels, An Ideal Black Body, Spongebob, Cherokee Hair Tampon) and Columbia B (Warren Spahn, Two Days of Rain, and Johnny Sain) traveled down to Jersey. The A team finished 8-3, good enough for 4th, while the B team at 5-6 took 7th in the field of 12. Burly Paper Towels secured the 5th best individual performance with a 31.36 PPG haul.

 
Team
A
B
Wins
8
5
Losses
3
6


 
A
Burly Towels
Black Body
Spongebob
Cherokee
 
10
41
23
19
19
 
-5
13
3
0
7
 
PPG
31.36
19.55
17.27
14.09
 
B
Spahn
Rain
Sain
10
30
25
12
-5
9
9
1
PPG
23.18
18.64
10.45

 

NAQT New England SCT
February 5, 2005 @ Brandeis University

Not much to say here. We sent three teams. Our Div I team earned a bid to the ICT. Yay.


Fall 2004

Bulldogs over Broadway
December 5, 2004 @ Yale University

Disregarding the fact that finals were just 2 weeks away, Columbia sent a team to the seedy precincts of New Haven to do battle, hoping to continue the recent win streak. However the team came up just short of the trifecta, finishing second with a 10-2 record to Harvard's 11-1.

TRASH Mid-Atlantic Regionals
November 7, 2004 @ Rutgers University- New Brunswick

Under the the nom de plume 'It's another team! HOORAY ANOTHER TEAM!', the plucky bunch from Morningside finished an admirable 7th in a field of 17.

Princeton Kickboxer Classic
November 6, 2004 @ Princeton University

The author cannot say much regarding Columbia's 2 team performance having not been there, and will have to let the record speak for itself. Columbia A (Jacob Hupart, Dan Boylan, Lily Wang, Jared Kushner) finished the round robin at 6-0 and finishing with a 9-3 record, good enough to notch a second tournament victory for the Lightning blue. Columbia B (Mike Ryzewic, Isaac Stone Fish, Nick Flath, and "Sanchez") finished a respectable 5-5 for 4th in a field of 7. Isaac finished 4th with 34 PPG, Dan and Jacob right behind him at 6th and 7th with 33.33 and 29.17 PPG respectively. Detailed Results

 
Team
A
B
Wins
9
5
Losses
3
5
PPG
270.8
191.0
P/B
18.14
12.87

 

A
Jacob
Dan
Lily
Jared
 
10
37
42
21
18
 
-5
4
4
2
4
 
PPG
29.17
33.33
16.67
13.33
 
B
Mike
Isaac
Nick
10
26
38
19
-5
6
8
1
PPG
23.00
34.00
18.50

 

Vikram Joseph Vaz Memorial Tournament
October 16, 2004 @ Harvard University

In perhaps one of the most bizarre weekends in recent memory Columbia sent 3 teams to Beantown via Chinatown bus. Normally a 4 hour trip, the brave souls ended up stuck in bad weather and traffic resulting in a near 7 hour ride, trapped with "Jo-Jo." However, overcoming all odds, Columbia Bucky ['Bleepin Dent] (Lily Wang, Ted Geiger, Dan Boylan, Nick Flath) went on to win the tournament, possibly only the 3rd tournament win in the last 7 years. Columbia Aaron [Boone] (Beryl Schrager, John Gardner, Joe __) featured 3 freshman making an impressive debut, while Columbia Bill [Buckner] (Jared Kushner, Rob Becker, Raza Panjwani)  beat both of the other Columbia teams while sporting the worst record of the lot. Congrats are due to Ted who also pulled down a hefty ___ PPG, good for 3rd in the tournament. Unfortunately Harvard lost all the stats after the first 5 rounds, so you'll just have to take our word.

     

SPRING 2004

NAQT ICT
April 2-3, 2004 @ Washington University in St. Louis

The trip to St. Louis didn't prove to be that bad. St. Louis itself was another story. Highlights included discovering that 'The Loop' (St. Louis' answer to Greenwich Village) was as exciting as watching paint dry, UConn beating Duke, and Georgia Tech downing Oklahoma State. Yes that's the NCAA Tourney, which is what we watched and thoroughly enjoyed after our dismal performance. In Div I, Columbia (Jacob Hupart, Dan Boylan, Ted Geiger, and Brian Shaitkin) placed 20th out of 32.  Dan only had 11 negs, much fewer than we'd expected for a 13-round tournament.  That's less than one a round!  (Though we imagine it's difficult to neg when the other team consistently powers after the first six words).  In Div 2, Columbia (Lily Wang, Raza Panjwani, David Weisberger, Mike Ryzewic, and Mike Sockin) placed 25th out of 32. After an inauspicious 0-6 start, including three 15 point losses, 1 of which was to eventual finalist Illinois, the team did bounce back with a 5-1 record after the rebracket. Detailed Results
 

Team
Div I
Div II
Wins
5
6
Losses
8
7
PPG
180.4
144.6
P/B
14.53
10.28

 

Div I
Jacob
Dan
Ted
Brian
 
15
5
3
1
2
 
10
17
28
33
16
 
-5
5
11
6
6
 
PPG
16.94
20.77
24.23
12.31
 
Div II
Lily
Raza
David
Mike R
Mike S
15
0
3
1
3
0
10
25
39
12
7
0
-5
3
12
5
5
0
PPG
19.58
31.25
9.17
12.86
*7 Games
0.00 *4.5 Games


NAQT Mid-Atlantic SCT
February 7, 2004 @ Princeton University

A tournament which began at 5 AM at the Sundial and included an hour of playing pool at Frist Campus Center at Princeton in the wee hours of the morning, ended well with 2 bids to NAQT ICT. In Div I, Columbia A (Jacob Hupart, Dan Boylan, Ted Geiger, and Brian Shaitkin) finished fifth place overall and Columbia B (Jay Heumann, Jared Kushner, Mike Ryzewic, and Isaac Stone Fish) finished ninth place overall.

The Div II team (Lily Wang, Raza Panjwani, David Weisberger, Josh Levine, and Mike Sockin) finished with a record of 11-2, tying Virginia for second place.  The team had a preliminary round victory against Penn A, who won the tournament.  Raza placed third individually in D2, 7th overall, with 47.31 ppg, and Lily placed 12th with 33.46 ppg. Detailed Results
 

Team
A
B
D2
Wins
6
2
11
Losses
7
12
2
PPG
225.8
153.5
286.2
P/B
15.68
11.46
15.51

 

A
Jacob
Brian
Ted
Dan
 
15
7
4
6
2
 
10
25
5
36
32
 
-5
13
5
12
3
 
PPG
22.31
12.14
*6 games
30.00
25.77
 
B
Jay
Jared
Mike R
Isaac
 
15
4
5
3
1
 
10
16
27
26
17
 
-5
2
23
5
6
 
PPG
15.00
17.69
21.54
11.92
 
Div II
Lily
Raza
David
Mike S
Josh
15
5
9
3
0
1
10
40
52
26
8
3
-5
8
8
6
2
0
PPG
33.46
47.31
21.15
9.33
*7.5 Games
8.18
*5.5 Games

          

Penn Bowl 13
January 23-24, 2004 @ University of Pennsylvania

Columbia A (Dan Boylan, Jared Kushner, Nick Flath, and Isaac Stone Fish) placed sixth in their bracket with a record of 5-6.  Columbia B (Lily Wang, Raza Panjwani, Rob Becker, and Michael Jan) placed seventh in their bracket with a record of 3-7.  Mitigating this abysmal performance, though, is that six of those losses were to A teams and that Columbia B tied for sixth in record.  What can we say? Certain teams at the tournament had ridiculously large egos and could use a serious reality check. Too bad we couldn't deliver it. Detailed Results
 

Team
A
B
Wins
5
3

Losses
6
7

PPG
154.1
122.0
P/B
12.44
17.75

 

A
Dan
Jared
Nick
Isaac
 
15
4
4
1
0
 
10
31
17
13
10
 
-5
6
12
6
5
 
PPG
30.91
15.45
10.45
6.82
 
B
Lily
Raza
Rob
Mike J
15
0
1
0
1
10
13
26
15
4
-5
5
12
0
2
PPG
10.50
21.50
15.50
4.00


FALL 2003

Puppy Chow
November 1, 2003 @ Boston University

Unfortunately, we didn't keep stats and none were posted. Nor can we remember the exact standings or anything. But Basically, the A team (Jared Kushner, Lily Wang, Peter Hall, and Nick Flath) did OK, and the B team (Raza Panjwani, David Weissberger, Mike Jan, and Mike Sockin) started off not so good but just missed winning their bracket after surrendering the lead to Yale B on the last question- not bad for a bunch of first timers. Highlights included the B team not realizing how easy the questions were in the first game and scoring 30 points, and then scoring 300 the next round upon realizing these weren't nearly as hard as practice sets, as well as Raza scoring 100 points and 95 points in consecutive games during his first tournament. In the process, both Jared and Raza took home honors in the Most Negs department.


Beaver Bonspiel X
October 25, 2004 @ MIT

Three teams traveled to MIT's Beaver bonspiel to test their mettle in October and the results were encouraging. The Open division team (Jacob Hupart, Dan Boylan, Kared Kushner, and Nick Flath) finished 3rd overall, but lost all their matches against Ivy rivals Harvard and Cornell. The JV teams did equally well, finishing 3rd and 4th in the JV division. JV 1 took 5 losses from Harvard's 2 teams and one from JV 2, while JV 2 fared better against Harvard, taking only 4 losses from there and 2 from JV 1, as well as beating eventual winner Harvard 2. Detailed Results

 
Team
Open
JV 1
JV 2
Wins
7
9
9
Losses
6
6
6
PPG
176.9
130.7
122.1
P/B
12.45
9.12
10.17

 

Open
Jacob
Dan
Jared
Nick
 
10
37
38
19
14
 
-5
8
5
11
1
 
PPG
25.38
27.31
10.38
10.38
 
JV1
Isaac
Lily
David
Lawrence
 
10
48
27
25
8
 
-5
12
5
3
0
 
PPG
27.67
16.33
15.67
5.33
 
JV2
Rob
Josh
Mike J
Mike S
10
22
35
20
9
-5
4
0
1
0
PPG
14.29
24.64
14.29
6.43

 

The New Tournament at Cornell
October 4, 2003 @ Cornell University

Veteran members Jacob Hupart, Jamie Hodari, Dan Boylan, and newcomer Law student Ted Geiger, formerly of Williams, traveled to the great frozen nether-regions referred to as 'Upstate' to take part in a tournament at Cornell University. Judging by the results, perhaps the traveling was more enjoyable then the outcome. Detailed Results

 
Team
A
Wins
3
Losses
5
PPG
183.8
P/B
14.60

 

A
Jacob
Jamie
Dan
Ted
10
9
13
21
20
-5
0
7
3
6
PPG
11.25
11.88
24.38
21.25


Brandeis Juniorbird
September 20, 2003 @ Brandeis University

Sorry, but no results are available. We think we did OK, but then again, what else did you expect?