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In 2009, the National competition was expanded from 10 to 16 teams for the first time.

Websites:

2009 Southeast Region Results

2009 West Region Results

2009 Midwest Region Results

2009 Mid-Atlantic/At-Large Region Results

2009 Northeast Region Results

2009 National Results

Number of Regional Teams: 79

Number of National Teams: 16

National Competition teams:

California School for the Deaf, Fremont (West)
Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind (West)
EDCO @ Newton North High School (Mid-Atlantic)
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind (Southeast)
Indiana School for the Deaf (Midwest)
The Learning Center (Northeast)
Maryland School for the Deaf (Mid-Atlantic)
Metro Deaf School (Midwest)
Michigan School for the Deaf (Midwest)
Monroe #1 BOCES (Mid-Atlantic/At-Large)
New York State School for the Deaf (Northeast)
Rochester School for the Deaf (Northeast)
South Plantation High School (Southeast)
University High School (West)
W.T. Woodson High School (Mid-Atlantic)
White Station High School (Southeast)


Webcast Link for Championship and Third Place matches:

http://webcast.gallaudet.edu/?id=135

National Championship match:

University HS defeated Indiana SD

Third Place match:

Maryland SD defeated Colorado SDB

Sportsmanship Award:

South Plantation HS (FL)

Most Outstanding Player:

Gianni Manganelli, Senior, University HS

University HS Championship Team Roster:

Manuel Alvarado
Moises Jaramillo
Gianni Maganelli
Emily Schwartz
Jessica Walker

University HS

History of the National Academic Bowl for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

The National Academic Bowl for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing was established in 1996 under the guidance of Astrid Amann Goodstein, who was then the Executive Director of Enrollment Services at Gallaudet. That year, only six schools participated in what was considered a competition...

Academic Bowl

Resource Type: History

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