Northwest Sweepstakes System

 

 

Northwest Sweepstakes System.. 1

 

2012-2013 NW SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS

Tournaments included are: Gonzaga, Idaho State, UNLV, WNPT, NW Warmup, Lewis and Clark, UPS

2011-2012 NW SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS. 1

2010-2011 NW SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS. 1

2009-2010 NW SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS. 1

2008-2009 SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS. 1

2007-2008 SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS. 2

2006-2007 SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS. 2

2005-2006 SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS. 2

2004-2005 SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS. 2

 

HOW POINTS ARE COUNTED.. 2

 

 

Have results? Fax them to Jim at 509-527-4959; email them to him at hansonjb@whitman.edu

 

2011-2012 NW SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS

Tournaments included are: Gonzaga, Idaho State, UNLV, WNPT, NW Warmup, CSI, Lewis and Clark, UPS, Linfield, College of Idaho, Clark, Mile High Swing, Cal Swing, Pacific, Berkeley, Oregon State, Whitman McSloy, Whitman Withycombe, NW Parli Champs, Spokane Falls PKD.

 

2010-2011 NW SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS

Tournaments included are: Gonzaga, Weber, Idaho State, UNLV, WNPT, NW Warmup, BSU Gem St, Lewis and Clark, UPS, Linfield, College of Idaho (ie only; debate did not have enough prelims). Plus WWU, Pacific, Whitman McSloy and Withycombe, Hatfields, USC, Fullerton, Berkeley.

 

2009-2010 NW SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS

 

Tournaments included are: Gonzaga, PLU, U Nevada Las Vegas, Lewis and Clark, Idaho State, UPS, Linfield, WNPT, College of Idaho (all results), Lower Columbia, Berkeley 1, Berkeley 2, Fullerton, Pacific, Whitman, Willamette, WSCA (debate only), NIET qualifier, NW Rockies Districts.

 

 

2008-2009 SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS

 

View Results Tournament by Tournament, Spring Semester

Spring Tournaments included: Clackamas, Western Washington, UPS Free, Whitman 1, Whitman 2, Hatfields, Berkeley, USC, Fullerton, NW CEDA Champs, UW NW Nov-Jr Champs.

 

View Results Tournament by Tournament, Fall Semester

Fall Tournaments included: Gonzaga, PLU, Laramie Warmup, Las Vegas, Idaho State, WNPT, Lewis and Clark, UPS.

 

 

2007-2008 SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS

 

View Results Tournament by Tournament, Spring Semester

Spring Tournaments included: UPS Free, WWU, Rocky Mtn (Parli only), Whitman Classic 1 and 2, Hatfields, Berkeley, Fullerton, USC, NW CEDA Champs, UW, Spokane Falls

 

View Results Tournament by Tournament, Fall Semester

Fall Tournaments included: Gonzaga, Reed, College So. Idaho, Berkeley, Lewis and Clark, Pepperdine, College of Idaho, UPS, Lower Columbia, Linfield, WNPT (Whitman November Policy), WSU-Vancouver

 

2006-2007 SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS

 

View Results Tournament by Tournament, Fall Semester

Fall Tournaments included: Gonzaga, Reed, College So. Idaho (but not novice parli), Berkeley Fall, Lewis and Clark, Pepperdine, UPS, Lower Columbia (but not individual events and novice parli), Linfield, Whitman November, Lewis and Clark Free (but not individual events), Northwest (but not individual events, not jr/nov parli).

View Results Tournament by Tournament, Spring 2006 Semester

Spring Tournaments include: USC, Fullerton, Berkeley, Clackamas (but not parli), Pacific (but not parli), Oregon State (but not IEs) WSCA-Whitman, Billings-Rimrocks.

 

2005-2006 SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS

 

View Results Tournament by Tournament, Fall Semester

Fall Tournaments included: Willamette, Gonzaga, Reed, PLU, Lewis and Clark, Pepperdine, UPS, Lewis-Clark State, Lower Columbia, Linfield, U. Portland.

View Results Tournament by Tournament, Spring 2006 Semester

Spring Tournaments include: USC, Fullerton, Berkeley, Western Washington, Whitman, NW CEDA Champs, and Montana.

 

2004-2005 SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS

 

View Results Tournament by Tournament, Fall 2004 Semester

Fall Tournaments included: Gonzaga, Reed, C. So. Idaho, Montana, Lewis and Clark, Pepperdine, PLU, Lower Columbia, Linfield, Portland.

View Results Tournament by Tournament, Spring 2005 Semester

Spring Tournaments include USC, Fullerton, Weber, Berkeley, Utah, Columbia Basin, Pacific, Oregon State, Whitman, Willamette.

 

HOW POINTS ARE COUNTED

 

Newly revised for the 2010-2011 to simplify the calculation of points.

 

The Northwest Sweepstakes System counts points for Northwest Schools from any Northwest tournament for

Parli-IPDA-Worlds debate, Interp, and Speaking events, and any West Coast/Rockies tournament for Policy debate.

·        Tournaments must have at least 6 total debate rounds (eg 4 prelims with 2 elims).

·        Tournaments must have at least 3 total rounds of an individual event to count (e.g. 2 prelims and finals) except in an individual event with 2 preliminary rounds that does not have enough contestants to justify a final round.

 

THERE ARE SEVEN CATEGORIES in which schools are recognized for their top 4 performances in:

·        POLICY

·        PARLI

·        DEBATE OVERALL

·        INTERP

·        SPEAKING EVENTS

·        IES OVERALL

·        OVERALL

 

WE RECOGNIZE 4 YEAR and CC SCHOOLS IN EACH CATEGORY.

 

Recognition is via announcement of school placings on our web page. If you wish a trophy, Jim Hanson would be glad to order you one at cost.

 

DEBATE POINTS

 

ASSIGN INITIAL POINTS

 

Teams in the first elim (or that go ABOVE 50% win-loss): 6 points

 

PLUS Teams get 1 point for each elim win.

 

Example: A team goes 3-3 and wins quarters and loses in semis: 7 points.

Example: A team goes 5-1, wins doubles, octas, and quarters and then loses in semis: 9 points.

Example: A team goes 4-2 but does not advance: 6 points.

Hybrids: Each school gets half the team’s points.

 

ADJUST POINTS BASED ON SIZE OF THE DEBATE DIVISION

 

Teams

Multiply Initial Points by

0-1

0

2-3

.2

4-5

.3

6-7

.4

8-9

.5

10-11

.6

12-13

.7

14-15

.8

16-31

.9

32 or more

1

 

 

COUNT A SCHOOL’S DEBATE POINTS FOR THE TOURNAMENT

 

FOR A TOURNAMENT—TOURNAMENT POLICY DEBATE SCORE: Each School counts their top 4 scoring teams in policy debate at a tournament.

FOR A TOURNAMENT—TOURNAMENT PARLI DEBATE SCORE: Each School counts their top 4 scoring teams in parli debate at a tournament.

 

POINTS OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S POLICY DEBATE POINTS: Each School counts the top 4 tournament scores in policy debate

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S PARLI DEBATE POINTS: Each School counts their top 4 tournament scores in parli debate.

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S OVERALL DEBATE POINTS: Each School counts their top 4 policy and top 4 parli tournament scores.



IE POINTS

 

ASSIGN INITIAL POINTS

 

Finalist: 3 points

3rd Place: 4 points

2nd Place: 5 points

1st Place 6 points

 

SCORER: Write the points each speaker earns next to their name on the results sheets.

 

ADJUST POINTS BASED ON SIZE OF THE EVENT

 

Entries

Multiply Initial Points by

0-1

0

2-3

.2

4-5

.3

6-7

.4

8-9

.5

10-11

.6

12-13

.7

14-15

.8

16-31

.9

32 or more

1

 

SCORER: Write down the adjusted points each speaker earns next to their name on the results sheets.

 

COUNT A SCHOOL’S INTERP AND COUNT SPEAKING POINTS FOR THE TOURNAMENT

 

FOR A TOURNAMENT—TOURNAMENT INTERP SCORE: Each School counts their top 8 IE Points in Interp at a tournament.

FOR A TOURNAMENT—TOURNAMENT PARLI DEBATE SCORE: Each School counts their top 8 IE Points in Speaking Events at a tournament.

SCORER:

1. Cross out any scores that are not in that school’s top 8 scores on the printed results sheets.

2. Input the scores that aren’t crossed out into the spreadsheet; the spreadsheet will automatically add up the points.

 

POINTS OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S INTERP POINTS: Each School counts the top 4 tournament scores in interp.

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S SPEAKING EVENT POINTS: Each School counts their top 4 tournament scores in speaking events.

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S OVERALL INDIVIDUAL EVENT POINTS: Each School counts their top 4 interp and top 4 speaking event tournament scores.

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S OVERALL POINTS: Each School counts their top 4 interp, top 4 speaking event, top 4 policy debate, and top 4 parli debate tournament scores.

 

 

POINT COUNTING SYSTEM FROM 2004-2010

This is the point system used for the first 6 years.

The Northwest Sweepstakes System counts points for Northwest Schools from any Northwest tournament for

Parliamentary debate, Interp, and Speaking events, and any West Coast/Rockies tournament for Policy and NFA-LD debate.

·        Tournaments must have at least 6 total debate rounds (eg 4 prelims with 2 elims).

·        Tournaments must have at least 3 total rounds of an individual event to count (e.g. 2 prelims and finals) except in an individual event with 2 preliminary rounds that does not have enough contestants to justify a final round.

 

THERE ARE SEVEN CATEGORIES in which schools are recognized for their top 4 performances in:

·        POLICY

·        PARLI

·        DEBATE OVERALL

·        INTERP

·        SPEAKING EVENTS

·        IES OVERALL

·        OVERALL

 

WE RECOGNIZE 4 YEAR and CC SCHOOLS IN EACH CATEGORY.

 

Recognition is via announcement of school placings on our web page. If you wish a trophy, Jim Hanson would be glad to order you one at cost.

 

DEBATE POINTS

 

ASSIGN INITIAL POINTS

 

Teams in the first elim (or going ABOVE 50% win-loss): 6 points

 

Teams get 1 point for each elim win.

 

Example: A team advances to Quarters, wins quarters and loses in semis: 7 points.

Example: A team advances to Doubles, wins doubles, octas, and quarters and then loses in semis: 9 points.

Example: A team goes 4-2 but does not advance: 6 points.

Hybrids: Each school gets half the team’s points.

 

ADJUST POINTS BASED ON SIZE OF THE DEBATE DIVISION

 

Teams

Multiply Initial Points by

 

Teams

Multiply Initial Points by

1

0

 

23

.87

2

.1

 

24

.88

3-4

.2

 

25

.89

5-6

.3

 

26

.90

7-8

.4

 

27

.91

9-10

.5

 

28

.92

11-12

.6

 

29

.93

13-14

.7

 

30

.94

15-16

.8

 

31

.95

17

.81

 

32

.96

18

.82

 

33

.97

19

.83

 

34

.98

20

.84

 

35

.99

21

.85

 

36 or more

1

22

.86

 

 

 

 

COUNT A SCHOOL’S DEBATE POINTS FOR THE TOURNAMENT

 

FOR A TOURNAMENT—TOURNAMENT POLICY DEBATE SCORE: Each School counts their top 4 scoring teams in policy debate at a tournament.

FOR A TOURNAMENT—TOURNAMENT PARLI DEBATE SCORE: Each School counts their top 4 scoring teams in parli debate at a tournament.

 

POINTS OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S POLICY DEBATE POINTS: Each School counts the top 4 tournament scores in policy debate

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S PARLI DEBATE POINTS: Each School counts their top 4 tournament scores in parli debate.

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S OVERALL DEBATE POINTS: Each School counts their top 4 policy and top 4 parli tournament scores.



IE POINTS

 

ASSIGN INITIAL POINTS

 

1st Place: 6 points (must be 2 or more competitors)

2nd Place: 5 points (must be 4 or more competitors)

3rd Place: 4 points (must be 6 or more competitors)

4th Place: 3 points (must be 8 or more competitors)

5th Place: 3 points (must be 10 or more competitors)

6th Place: 3 points (must be 12 or more competitors)

 

SCORER: Write the points each speaker earns next to their name on the results sheets.

 

ADJUST POINTS BASED ON SIZE OF THE EVENT

 

Entries

Multiply Initial Points by

 

Entries

Multiply Initial Points by

1

0

 

17

.87

2

.2

 

18

.88

3

.3

 

19

.89

4

.4

 

20

.90

5

.5

 

21

.91

6

.6

 

22

.92

7-8

.7

 

23

.93

9-10

.8

 

24

.94

11

.81

 

25

.95

12

.82

 

26

.96

13

.83

 

27

.97

14

.84

 

28

.98

15

.85

 

29

.99

16

.86

 

30 or more

1

 

SCORER: Write down the adjusted points each speaker earns next to their name on the results sheets.

 

COUNT A SCHOOL’S INTERP AND COUNT SPEAKING POINTS FOR THE TOURNAMENT

 

FOR A TOURNAMENT—TOURNAMENT INTERP SCORE: Each School counts their top 8 IE Points in Interp at a tournament.

FOR A TOURNAMENT—TOURNAMENT PARLI DEBATE SCORE: Each School counts their top 8 IE Points in Speaking Events at a tournament.

SCORER:

1. Cross out any scores that are not in that school’s top 8 scores on the printed results sheets.

2. Input the scores that aren’t crossed out into the spreadsheet; the spreadsheet will automatically add up the points.

 

POINTS OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S INTERP POINTS: Each School counts the top 4 tournament scores in interp.

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S SPEAKING EVENT POINTS: Each School counts their top 4 tournament scores in speaking events.

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S OVERALL INDIVIDUAL EVENT POINTS: Each School counts their top 4 interp and top 4 speaking event tournament scores.

 

OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR—A SCHOOL’S OVERALL POINTS: Each School counts their top 4 interp, top 4 speaking event, top 4 policy debate, and top 4 parli debate tournament scores.