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Maryland Nationals (2012-2013)

77 teams and 37 novices

Varsity Team Results

1st Josh Zoffer and Ben Sprung-Keyser (Harvard)
2nd David Kopel and Samm Costello (Syracuse)
3rd Ben Kornfeld and Robert Colonel (Yale)
4th Russell Leibowitz and Keith Barry (Brandeis)
5th Matt Arons and Claire Branch (Princeton)
6th Jean McCabe and Alex Mechanick (Brown)
7th Michael Barton and Zach Bakal (Yale)
8th Max Dovala and Andrew Connery (Yale)
9th Chris Bergman and Ashley Novak (Rutgers)
10th David Mok-Lamme and Andrew Waks (Swarthmore)
11th Shira Almeleh and Megan Elsayed (Brandeis)
12th Alison Kennedy and Maddie Powell (Boston University)
13th Shireen Rudina and Joey Lynch (MIT)
14th Eric Brooks and Sam Ward-Packard (Yale)
15th Cary Glynn and Jacob Grunberger (Johns Hopkins)
16th Ashe Girard and David Stauffer (American)

Varsity Speaker Results

1st Matt Arons (Princeton)
2nd Jean McCabe (Brown)
3rd Ben Kornfeld (Yale)
4th Robert Colonel (Yale)
5th Shomik Ghosh (NYU)
6th Michael Barton (Yale)
7th Keith Barry (Brandeis)
8th Max Dovala (Yale)
9th Claire Branch (Princeton)
10th Maddie Powell (Boston University)
11th Ashley Novak (Rutgers)
12th David Kopel (Syracuse)
13th Zach Bakal (Yale)
14th Eric Brooks (Yale)
15th Russell Leibowitz (Brandeis)
16th Samm Costello (Syracuse)

Novice Team Results

1st Jeff Leibenhaut and Brian Litchfield (Princeton)
2nd John Miller and Greg O'Rourke (Stanford)
3rd Adira Levine and Edwin Zhang (Yale)
4th Juliana Vigorito and Daniel Takash (Johns Hopkins)
5th Kunal Mehta and Chris Meyer (Columbia)
6th Lauren McMann and Ben Bulow (University of Chicago)

Novice Speaker Results

1st Jodie Goodman (Swarthmore)
2nd Jeff Leibenhaut (Princeton)
3rd Sarah Pizzano (Brandeis)
4th Greg O'Rourke (Stanford)
5th Sean Leonard (Rutgers)
6th John Miller (Stanford)
7th Frank Wyer (Middlebury)
8th Michael Norton (Brandeis)
9th Juliana Vigorito (Johns Hopkins)
10th Patrick George (Yale)