2008-2009 MTNA Competitions

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2008-2009 MTNA Competitions


2008-2009 MTNA COMPETITIONS

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STATE                  DATE

Alabama                October 31-November 1
Alaska                 November 8 (Strings)
Alaska                 November 15-16 (All else)
Arizona                November 1
Arkansas               October 31-November 1
California             TED
Colorado               October 25
Connecticut            TBD
District of Columbia   TBD
Delaware               TBD
Florida                October 24-25
Georgia                October 29-November 1
Hawaii                 TBD
Idaho                  TED
Illinois               November 14-15
Indiana                November 8
Iowa                   October 11-12
Kansas                 November 8-9
Kentucky               October 25-26
Louisiana              October 25
Maine                  TED
Maryland               TBD
Massachusetts          TBD
Michigan               TBD
Minnesota              October 11
Mississippi            October 31
Missouri               November 6-9
Montana                November 6-7
Nebraska               October 16-17
Nevada                 TBD
New Hampshire          November 1
New Jersey             November 15
New Mexico             November 1
New Mexico             November 14-15
and Senior)
New York               October 17
North Carolina         October 24
North Dakota           October 24-25
Ohio                   October 10-12
Oklahoma               November 14-15
Oregon                 October 25
Pennsylvania           November 7
Rhode Island           TED
South Carolina         November 5-7
South Dakota           November 6-8
Tennessee              November 14-15
Texas                  November 15-16
Utah                   October 24-25
Vermont                November 1
Virginia               November 6-8
Washington             November 7-9
West Virginia          November 8
Wisconsin              October 10
Wyoming                November 8

Division Competitions

East Central           January 16-18
Eastern                January 9-10
Northwest              January 16-18
South Central          January 10-11
Southern               January 16-19
Southwest              January 9-11
West Central           January 16-18

STATE                  LOCATION

Alabama                Samford University, Birmingham
Alaska                 University of Alaska, Anchorage
Alaska                 University of Alaska, Anchorage
Arizona                Chandler-Gilbert Community College, Phoenix
Arkansas               University of Central Arkansas, Conway
California
Colorado               University of Denver, Denver
Connecticut
District of Columbia
Delaware
Florida                Hillsborough Community College, Ybor City
Georgia                University of Georgia, Athens
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois               Wheaton College, Wheaton
Indiana                Ball State University, Muncie
Iowa                   Drake University, Des Moines
Kansas                 University of Kansas, Lawrence
Kentucky               Campbellsville University, Campbellsville
Louisiana              Centenary College of Louisiana, Shreveport
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota              University of St. … 

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