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 UCSD SPIRIT NIGHT 2017 RULES AND POLICIES 

OBJECTIVE:  To have a friendly competition among the six colleges centered around the Feb. 3 UCSD basketball doubleheader vs. Cal State Monterey Bay at RIMAC Arena. The women’s game tips off at 5:30 PM followed by the men at 7:30 PM.

There will be five events/competitions in which the colleges will be awarded points according to their performance. The college with the most overall points will win the Spirit Night Trophy (Cup of Cheer) which will be presented following the men’s basketball game. The focus is on bringing all of the colleges together as one—in support of UC San Diego.

EVENTS:

SPIRIT NIGHT GAME ATTENDANCE – A computerized (card swipe) attendance count for each college will be set up in the RIMAC Arena lobby. At 6:00 PM, a preliminary count will be made and those in attendance at that time will be multiplied by 1.5. A second count will take place at 7:30 PM and those arriving between those two times will count as one.

COLLEGE DECORATING – Each college will decorate a selected portion of its area. Judges will rank taking into account use of UCSD colors/logos and originality. Judges will begin reviewing decorating efforts, Tuesday, Jan. 31, at noon.

TRITON SIDEKICK – Each college will identify a student who will represent it as “King Triton’s Sidekick.” This individual will be developed as a character and costumed on Spirit Night. Between games, the six “sidekicks” will be introduced on court and ranked by a panel of judges. The only judging criteria are that the primary colors of the sidekick’s costume should be navy and gold and, while the designs are encouraged to be creative, they should have a look that would logically partner with King Triton. During the “introduction,” each college will be required to provide a script (140 characters or less) to be read by the public address announcer.

COLLEGE BANNER – Each college will decorate/create a banner that supports Triton Athletics. This banner will be provided by ICA and the school colors of navy & gold must be used. The banners will be judged using similar criteria as those used for College Decorating. Creativity will be rewarded but the concept of producing something that can be utilized at future events is a priority. The content should focus on UC San Diego, not the college. Name of the college should be labeled on the back side.

HALFTIME CONTEST – The traditional halftime competition of “basketball musical chairs” will feature one contestant from each college (college designates). There will be contests at the half of both women’s and men’s games. Point breakdowns will be awarded for both contests with the final order of finish determined by the combined point totals. One participant needs to be chosen for the women’s game and one for the men’s game.

Scoring:

For Game Attendance, points will be awarded as follows:

                        1st place           12 points                     4th place           6 points

                        2nd place          10 points                     5th place          4 points

                        3rd place           8 points                                   6th place           2 points

For the other four contests, points awarded as follows:

                        1st place           6 points                       4th place           3 points

                        2nd place          5 points                       5th place           2 points

                        3rd place           4 points                       6th place           1 point

Updated November 17, 2016



2017 Scoreboard

  Marshall Muir Revelle Roosevelt Sixth Warren
College Decorating 5 3 2 4 6 1
College Banner            
Sidekick            
Halftime Contest            
Spirit Night Attendance            
TOTAL 5 3 2 4 6 1





Past Order of Finish
   

2016

  1. Roosevelt
  2. Sixth
  3. Muir
  4. Warren
  5. Marshall
  6. Revelle
 

2015

        1.Muir
        2.Roosevelt
        3.Revelle          
        4. Marshall  
            Sixth
        6. Warren

2014

  1. Warren
  2. Sixth
  3. Roosevelt
  4. Muir
  5. Marshall
  6. Revelle


2013

  1. Roosevelt
  2. Warren
  3. Marshall
  4. Muir
  5. Sixth
  6. Revelle

2012

        1.Revelle
        2.Warren
        3.Muir          
           Roosevelt
        5.Marshall
        6.Sixth

2011

  1. Warren
  2. Roosevelt
  3. Muir
  4. Revelle
  5. Marshall
  6. Sixth


2010

  1. Revelle
  2. Warren
  3. Roosevelt
  4. Muir
  5. Sixth
  6. Marshall

2009

  1. Roosevelt
  2. Revelle
  3. Marshall
  4. Sixth
  5. Muir
  6. Warren

2008

  1. Revelle
  2. Marshall
  3. Roosevelt
  4. Muir
  5. Sixth
  6. Warren

2007

  1. Marshall
  2. Roosevelt
  3. Muir
  4. Revelle
  5. Sixth
  6. Warren

2006

  1. Roosevelt
  2. Marshall
  3. Revelle
  4. Muir
  5. Sixth
  6. Warren

2005

  1. Revelle
  2. Marshall
  3. Roosevelt
  4. Sixth
  5. Warren
  6. Muir

2004

  1. Marshall
  2. Roosevelt
  3. Sixth
  4. Revelle
  5. Muir
  6. Warren

2003

  1. Marshall
  2. Sixth
  3. Roosevelt
  4. Muir
  5. Revelle
  6. Warren

2002

  1. Revelle
  2. Marshall
  3. Warren
  4. Muir
  5. Roosevelt

2001

  1. Warren
  2. Revelle
  3. Marshall
  4. Muir
  5. Roosevelt

2000

  1. Warren
  2. Marshall
  3. Muir
  4. Revelle
  5. Roosevelt

1999

  1. Muir
  2. Marshall
  3. Revelle
  4. Roosevelt
  5. Warren

1998

  1. Muir
  2. Marshall
  3. Revelle
  4. Roosevelt
  5. Warren

1997

  1. Muir
  2. Marshall
  3. Revelle
  4. Warren
  5. Roosevelt

1996

  1. Muir
  2. Marshall
  3. Warren
  4. Roosevelt
  5. Revelle

1995

  1. Marshall
  2. Muir
  3. Revelle
  4. Warren
  5. Roosevelt






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