2022 National Champions - Harvard University

2022 National Champions - Harvard University

Apr. 10, 2022 - Harvard University is AMTA's 36th National Champion, prevailing over the University of Chicago in the National Final Round held in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, on April 10, 2022. Congratulations to Harvard University and the University of Chicago on their outstanding performances in the final round!

AMTA thanks all of the volunteers who worked tirelessly to help us host 28 successful Regionals, eight in-person ORCS tournaments, and our in-person National Championship Tournament. We especially want to thank all of the volunteer judges and our distinguished panel of National Final Round judges for volunteering their time this weekend. For more information on the 37th National Championship Tournament's results, please click here, which includes a published tabulation summary for the final round. For more information on the history of AMTA's National Championship Final Round, please click here.

At the Opening Ceremony for the National Championship Tournament, AMTA honored several individuals with annual awards. Edward Stern, Assistant Dean at Boston University, was honored with the Neal Smith Award in recognition of his contributions to AMTA's educational mission in a broader sense. AMTA also acknowledged the contributions of Tammy Doss and Kent Streseman, our two division honorees. Finally, AMTA President, Brandon Harper, addressed the community regarding updated work from the AMTA Board of Directors. You can watch the entire Opening Ceremony here.

At our Awards Ceremony, Dean​ Megan M. Carpenter from the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law congratulated the 48 National Championship teams and offered her words of wisdom and advice to the community. We also presented the Spirit of AMTA Awards to Dillard University and the University of Georgia in recognition of their commitment to AMTA's ideals of civility, justice, and fair play. The full Awards Ceremony is available here.

Thank you to everyone who competed in AMTA in 2022. This was yet another unprecedented season and we are so glad that we were able to walk down the #RoadToNCT with you. We look forward to working with you all in 2023 on the road to AMTA's 38th National Championship Tournament. Best wishes for the remainder of the spring semester and we look forward to being in touch this summer and to seeing you all in the fall!

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