Designed to help prepare and increase performance at the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC) Tournaments, the 2018 NAAAHP Quiz Bowl competition will simulate the HCASC Game Play format. Only the first eight (8) institutions to register in advance with registration fees for the conference will be included in this year's competition. Quiz Bowl Teams will consist of four (4) students per college/university, whereas a minimum of three (3) must play each game session. The goal of competitors is for each team to accumulate the most points during their match, and secondly, to prevent the amount of points accumulated by their opponent. Teams will be divided into two (2) groups of four (4) - Group A and Group B for the competition. Teams within the Group will compete three (3) times, giving each team the opportunity to compete with all competitors in the room. The top two (2) teams from each group will earn a place in the semi-finals.

During the semi-finals, advanced teams will compete two (2) times facing both teams in the opposite assigned group. The two (2) teams with the highest scores will compete in the final competition. The final competition is a best of three (3) game between the top two (2) finalists.

To better acquaint yourself with game play rules and format - please visit www.hcasc.com

The HCASC Games have been released. We request all participants who will engage in the NAAAHP HCASC Quiz Bowl competition to refrain from viewing/playing Games 11-20, and Face-off and Ultimate Challenge Drills. In advance, thank you for your integrity. 

At the beginning of each game, the institution with the earliest founding date will be selected to begin the round. *

Quiz Bowl  - Sweet 16

  • Bowie State University 

  • Claflin University 

  • Elizabeth City State University

  • Hampton University 

  • Jackson State University 

  • Lincoln University at Missouri 

  • Morehouse College

  • Morgan State University 

  • North Carolina Central University 

  • Spelman College 

  • Southern University at Baton Rouge 

  • Tennessee State University 

  • Tuskegee University 

  • University of Maryland Eastern Shore

  • Virginia State University 

  • Voorhees College 

There will be four rooms of four teams. In each room, six games will be played.

Team 1 vs Team 2

Team 3 vs Team 4

Team 4 vs Team 2

Team 3 vs Team 1

Team 1 vs Team 4

Team 3 vs Team 2

Room winners are determined by room winnings/team records. In the event of tied records, the highest scoring team in the room will advance.

Only ONE team will advance from each room for the semi-final round. The semi-final round is single elimination.

Room A: Team 1 vs 3

Room B: Team 2 vs 4

The two teams who advance to the finals will play the best of three (3).

Best wishes to all participants!