West Point University Policy Tournament

In what could be described as a challenging tournament with great outcomes, the URDU Policy team traveled all the way to West Point University and scratched, clawed, and fought as they competed and learned. There were only two teams that came into the tournament: The Matthew-Margeaux team, and the Cedric-Dan team, and both teams did pretty well! Both teams finished with a 3-3 record in the preliminary rounds, and the Matthew-Margeaux team finished as quarterfinalists!!! Matthew finished as the 10th best speaker for the novice division, and Cedric finished as the 3rd best speaker for the JV division!!! There was also a nice buffet during the 3rd day of the tournament in which a nice brunch was held, and the team really liked it!! The team eventually left, tired, but thrilled for the magnificent experience held there! Great tournament and obviously hoping we could bring more teams to make them compete, learn, and possibly even break, just like Matthew and Margeaux did! Woohoo!

Cedric and Dan concentrate before the beginning of Round 2....
Cedric and Dan concentrate before the beginning of Round 2….
Both teams are jubilant to know they might be breaking; the 2nd day is nearly over...
Both teams are jubilant to know they might be breaking; the 2nd day is nearly over…
Matthew and Margeaux concentrate for a round...
Matthew and Margeaux concentrate for a round…
The team poses together before leaving West Point!
The team poses together before leaving West Point!
Matthew finishes as the 10th best speaker of the tournament, and he stands alongside Margeaux before the quarterfinals.
Matthew finishes as the 10th best speaker of the tournament, and he stands alongside Margeaux before the quarterfinals.
Cedric and Dan pose together, and the highlight of this photo goes to...Cedric's 3rd best speaker paper award!!!
Cedric and Dan pose together, and the highlight of this photo goes to…Cedric’s 3rd best speaker paper award!!!
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