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Regionals:

2014 Regional Academic Bowl

Nationals:

2014 National Academic Bowl

Number of Regional teams: 80 (tied record)

Number of Nationals teams: 24

National competition teams:

California School for the Deaf, Riverside (West)
Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind (Southwest)
EDCO @ Newton North High School (Northeast)
Edmonds-Woodway High School (West)
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind (Southeast)
Hinsdale South High School (Midwest)
Idaho Educational Service for the Deaf and Blind (West)
Indiana School for the Deaf (Midwest)
Jean Massieu School for the Deaf (Southwest)
Kansas School for the Deaf (Midwest)
Louisiana School for the Deaf (Southwest)
Maryland School for the Deaf (Southeast)
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf (Midwest)
Model Secondary School for the Deaf (Southeast)
Monroe #1 BOCES (Northeast)
Mountain Lakes High School (Northeast)
New Mexico School for the Deaf (Southwest)
Rochester School for the Deaf (Northeast)
Rockville High School (Southeast)
Southern New Hampshire (Northeast)
Texas School for the Deaf (Southwest)
University High School (West)
W.T. Woodson High School (Southeast)
Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (Southeast)


Webcast Link for Championship and Third Place matches:

http://webcast.gallaudet.edu/?id=177

National Championship match:

MSSD defeated Hinsdale South HS

Third Place match:

Indiana SD defeated W.T. Woodson HS

Sportsmanship Award:

Jean Massieu SD

Idaho ESDB

Most Outstanding Player:

Jason Antal, Senior, Florida SDB

National All Stars:

Leah Frechette (Senior), Model Secondary School for the Deaf
David Jones (Senior), Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind
David Mayes (Junior), Rochester School for the Deaf
Brittany Morris (Junior), W.T. Woodson High School
Lauren Putz (Senior), Hinsdale South High School
Joshua Skjeveland (Senior), Indiana School for the Deaf
Nikolya Sereda (Junior), EDCO @ Newton North High School
Bryan Yun (Freshman), Rockville High School


MSSD Team Roster:

Leah Frechette
Emmanuel Njoku
Matthew Thompson
Bradley Munday
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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