2015 Northeast Regional

2015 Midwest Regional

2015 West Regional

2015 Southeast Regional

2015 Southwest Regional


2015 National Academic Bowl

Number of Regional teams: 78

Number of National teams: 24

National Competition teams:

California School for the Deaf, Fremont (West)
California School for the Deaf, Riverside (West)
E.C. Drury School for the Deaf (Midwest)
EDCO @ Newton North High School (Northeast)
Edmonds-Woodway High School (West)
Hinsdale South High School (Midwest)
Governor Baxter School for the Deaf/MECDHH (Northeast)
Indiana School for the Deaf (Midwest)
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)
Oklahoma School for the Deaf (Southwest)
Rockville High School (Southeast)
Rocky Mountain Deaf School (Southwest)
South Hills High School (West)
Taft Charter High School (West)
Texas School for the Deaf (Southwest)
University High School (West)
Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (Southeast)
W.T. Woodson High School (Southeast)
Wyoming North (Southwest)

Webcast Link for Championship and Third Place matches:

National Championship match:

Indiana SD defeated Rockville HS

Third Place match:

Maryland SD defeated Monroe #1 BOCES

Sportsmanship Award:

Mountain Lakes HS

Taft Charter HS

Most Outstanding Player:

Tayla Newman, Senior, Maryland SD

National All Stars:

Phelan Conheady (Sophomore), Monroe #1 BOCES
Raelyn Fuechtmann (Senior), Indiana School for the Deaf
Henry Jennings (Junior), Taft Charter High School
Brittany Morris (Senior), W.T. Woodson High School
Kenneth Peters (Senior), Indiana School for the Deaf
Steven Putz (Junior), Hinsdale South High School
Nikolya Sereda (Senior), EDCO @ Newton North High School
Bryan Yun (Sophomore), Rockville High School

Indiana SD Team Roster:

Colton Crace
Raelyn Fuechtmann
Kenneth Peters
Cade Patterson

Indiana SD

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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