What’s the Buzz? · News from NAQT
NAQT has made minor modifications to the D-Value system it uses to compare teams that compete at different Sectional Championship Tournaments. The changes are intended to improve the correlation between a team's D-Value at its Sectional and its performance at the Intercollegiate Championship Tournament (with an emphasis on fine-tuning the evaluation of teams that compete at combined-field qualifiers).
NAQT has expanded the high school field a second time for its Individual Player National Championship Tournament (IPNCT); the field limit is now 112 competitors.
NAQT is now accepting wildcard applications and standby registrations for its 2019 High School National Championship Tournament. To submit an application, follow the above links to the appropriate online form (this will require having or creating an account on NAQT's website).
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NAQT has expanded the field for the first-ever middle school division of its Individual Player National Championship Tournament (IPNCT) from 64 to 72 competitors.