2019 NCAA Judges Challenge – Final Results

The Winners of the 2019 NCAA Judges Challenge are:

1       Midnight Train to Georgia –   S Nakamori, M Ashe, T Michaels, T Green
2       Hudson Valley –                     B Bruin, N Dotson
3T     WWBDII –                              C Adams, L Lucarello, J Corbitt
3T     Go Flank Yourself –               G Didech, C Pryor, C Wilson, J Gaides 
5       No Pity for the Kitty –             P Wieging, E Shaw, H Steere, R Barclay

Complete results and team standings can be found at the Judges Challenge site under Team Standings

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Week 4 2019 NCAA Challenge Routines – Week 4 Evaluations 

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Week 3 2019 NCAA Challenge Routines – Week 3 Evaluations

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Week 2 2019 NCAA Challenge Routines – Week 2 Routine Evaluations

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Week 1 2019 NCAA Challenge Routines – Week 1 Routine Evaluations 

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General Reminders as you judge . . .

  1. The competition will last 4 weeks starting Dec 4 and final results will be available at Dec30
  2. Six routines will be posted each week on the NGJA website (one routine on each event), see links below
  3. Teams can access the site and click on the links to judge routines at any time
  4. Routines can be viewed as many times as you like and reviewed in slow motion
  5. Each team has until the following Tuesday, (2pm EST) to submit their routine scores
  6. Teams will submit a D score and a final E score
  7. FIG Rules should be applied to all routines (except for NCAA stick bonus)
    1. All neutral deductions should be deducted from the Start Value
    2. NCAA stick bonus (all events except PH) should be added to the Start Value
    3. DO NOT TAKE ANY LINE DEDUCTIONS
    4. All scores will be compared to a US panel of judges
  8. The US panel of judges consists of Dan Bachman and Butch Zunich
  9. “Team scores” will be given for D and E score accuracy – see scoring below
    1. Enter one D score as 4.7 not 14.7
    2. Enter E score (deductions) as 1.9 not 8.1
  10. Weekly team scores will be tabulated, and final team scores will be posted on the NCAA Challenge website
  11. All routine evaluations from the NCAA expert panel will be posted at NGJA.org (on this page) for everyone to review after scores are published

Resource documents

     Website link – challenge.ngja.org

     Team Registration Instructions

     Official Rules document