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Open Tournament Past Champions

  • 1972 The Family
  • 1973 31 Club
  • 1974 The Ducks
  • 1975 31 Club III
  • 1976 TILCS III
  • 1977 TILCS IV
  • 1978 Leo's Last
  • 1979 Chumps
  • 1980 Defending Chumps
  • 1981 Re-Classified Nads
  • 1982 Full House
  • 1983 Macri's Preferred Stock
  • 1984 Macri's Deli
  • 1985 Revenge Of The Fun Bunch
  • 1986 Lee's BBQ Roundhouse
  • 1987 Da' Brothers Of Manhood
  • 1988 Adworks All-Stars
  • 1989 Malicious Prostitution
  • 1990 Malicious Prostitution
  • 1991 Adworks
  • 1992 Gauchos
  • 1993 Tequila White Lightning
  • 1994 NBT
  • 1995 Models, Inc.
  • 1996 Dos Kloskas
  • 1997 Dos Geses
  • 1998 PRIMETIME
  • 1999 Malicious Prosecution
  • 2000 Keyplay.com
  • 2001 Nylon Strokers
  • 2002 AdWorks All-Stars
  • 2003 RBC
  • 2004 UBS/SMG, Inc.
  • 2005 We Get Wet
  • 2006 U Got a Bad Draw
  • 2007 Castle Point
  • 2008 The Main St. Pub Saltines
  • 2009 Hallelujah Holla Back
  • 2010 Alexander's Grill
  • 2011 Saturdays In America
  • 2012 Hoops We Did It Again
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Women's Tournament Champions

  • 2008 Anthony Travel
  • 2009 Four Girls and a Guy
  • 2010 Anthony Travel
  • 2011 Team Number Onesies
  • 2012 #ballsohard
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Most Valuable Player

  • 1972 John Shumate
  • 1973 Mike Bonifer
  • 1974 Joe Cooney
  • 1975 Tom Clements
  • 1976 Dave Batton
  • 1977 Dave Batton
  • 1978 Tom Sudkamp
  • 1979 Bill Laimbeer
  • 1980 Rusty Lisch
  • 1981 Ken Stack
  • 1982 Tony Hunter and Gregg Williamson
  • 1983 Joe Sweeney
  • 1984 Larry Cuculic
  • 1985 Steve Treacy
  • 1986 Jim Dolan
  • 1987 Wes Shorter
  • 1988 Gary Voce
  • 1989 Joe Scott
  • 1990 Joe Scott
  • 1991 Derrick Johnson
  • 1992 Dave Bose
  • 1993 Andy Curoe
  • 1994 Eric Jones
  • 1995 Jason Williams
  • 1996 Dan Fannon
  • 1997 Mike Denvir
  • 1998 Raam Jani
  • 1999 Jeremy Cole
  • 2000 Tom Dietrich
  • 2001 Al Vitter
  • 2002 Justin Tuck
  • 2003 Joe Dursi
  • 2004 Tommy Walz
  • 2005 Justin Funk
  • 2006 Chinedum Ndukwe
  • 2007 Robbie Parris
  • 2008 Carl Andersen
  • 2009 Joe Fauria
  • 2010 Chuck Flynn
  • 2011 Alex Klupchak and Connaught Blood
  • 2012 Ryan Dunbar
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Mr. and Mrs. Bookstore

  • 1972 George Nelson
  • 1973 Pete Clemens and Paul Clemens
  • 1974 Ron Hein
  • 1975 Norb Shickel
  • 1976 Mike Meyer
  • 1977 Tom Sudkamp
  • 1978 Dana Snoap
  • 1979 Jim Kelly
  • 1980 Bob Keenahan
  • 1981 Tim Collins
  • 1982 Tony Anderson
  • 1983 Paul DeAngelis
  • 1984 Lou Nanni
  • 1985 Keith Sawayda
  • 1986 Al Martin
  • 1987 John Buscher
  • 1988 Sean Cullinan
  • 1989 Jim Flynn
  • 1990 Derrick Johnson
  • 1991 John Bergman
  • 1992 Mike Toner
  • 1993 Shannon Cullinan and Sara Liebscher
  • 1994 Ben O'Rourke
  • 1995 Joe Haigh
  • 1996 Pete Coleman
  • 1997 Jason Newcomer
  • 1998 Too Keller
  • 1999 Raam Jani
  • 2000 Steve Craig
  • 2001 B.J. Kloska
  • 2002 Al Vitter
  • 2003 Brian Ostick
  • 2004 D.J. Lipke
  • 2005 Jimmy Kilroy
  • 2006 Carl Andersen
  • 2007 Mike Ortiz
  • 2008 Alex Klupchak
  • 2009 Joe DeMott and Megan Hooper
  • 2010 Tim Andree and Sierra Smith
  • 2011 Brendan Bush
  • 2012 Beau Bauer and Kate Tucker
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The Mark Tulchinsky Spirit Award

  • 2008 Pat Nolan
  • 2009 John Hampton
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Most Points By An Individual - One Game

  • 1976 Mike Borders (17)
  • 1982 Rob Simari (18)
  • 1985 Tom Healy (19), Gus Herbert (21)
  • 1997 David Mullen (19)
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Only Game Decided By A Coin Toss

The Wedge, A Hoosier, and 3 Other Lame Guys beat 4 Guys From Air Loomer in a coin toss on April 6, 1988. The score was stuck at 14-10 in a driving rainstorm, and both teams decided it was time to end the game the same way they started it.

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Players Who Have Been On the Cover of Sports Illustrated

  • Mark Bavaro December 15, 1986 (Giants vs. Redskins)
  • Derek Brown November 26, 1990 (N.D. is latest No. 1 to fall)
  • Tim Brown August 31, 1987 (College Football Preview)
  • Ross Browner September 5, 1977 (College Football Preview)
  • Tom Clements September 30, 1974 (as N.D. quarterback)
  • Terry Eurick January 9, 1978 (Cotton Bowl / National Champions)
  • Gerry Faust November 5, 1984 (as N.D.'s "Embattled Coach")
  • Vagas Ferguson September 24, 1979 (Michigan game)
  • Lou Holtz September 4, 1989 (College Football Preview; small photo, along with players from two other teams)
  • Rocket Ismail September 25, 1980 (as N.D.'s "Rocket Man")
  • Bill Laimbeer, 2 times June 27, 1988 (Detroit vs L.A. for NBA title) November 5, 1990 (NBA Preview)
  • Rick Mirer September 24, 1990 (Michigan game)
  • Joe Montana, 9 times January 25, 1982 (Super Bowl Preview) February 10, 1982 (Year in Sports; small photo) January 21, 1985 (Super Bowl Preview) October 2, 1989 (throws 5 TD passes) December 18, 1989 (Athletes of the Decade with Gretsky & Magic) February 5, 1990 ("Joe Knows Super Bowls") August 6, 1990 (Making of a Legend) December 24, 1990 (Sportsman of the Year) July 27, 1992 (The Comeback Kid)
  • Tony Rice, 4 times October 24, 1988 (Miami game) December 5, 1988 (USC game) January 9, 1989 (Fiesta Bowl / National Champions) November 27, 1989 (small photo with 4 other Heisman Trophy candidates)
  • Bobby Taylor Date and headline unknown
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Former Bookstore Players Who Have Won the Heisman

  • 1987 Tim Brown
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Former Bookstore Players Who Have Been Chosen for Olympic Basketball Teams

  • 1976 Adrian Dantley
  • 1980 Bill Hanzik
  • 2004 Thomas Baldwin
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How many teams In the Past Bookstore Years

  • Bookstore I 53 teams
  • Bookstore II 105 teams
  • Bookstore III 136 teams
  • Bookstore IV 197 teams
  • Bookstore V 256 teams
  • Bookstore VI 256 teams
  • Bookstore VII 256 teams
  • Bookstore VIII 320 teams
  • Bookstore IX 384 teams
  • Bookstore X 384 teams
  • Bookstore XI 454 teams
  • Bookstore XII 511 teams
  • Bookstore XIII 511 teams
  • Bookstore XIV 560 teams
  • Bookstore XV 579 teams
  • Bookstore XVI 660 teams
  • Bookstore XVII 660 teams
  • Bookstore XVIII 672 teams
  • Bookstore XIX 703 teams
  • Bookstore XX 670 teams
  • Bookstore XXI 705 teams
  • Bookstore XXVI 530 teams
  • Bookstore XXVII 631 teams
  • Bookstore XXIX 538 teams
  • Bookstore XXX 580 teams
  • Bookstore XXXI 598 teams
  • Bookstore XXXII 652 teams
  • Bookstore XXXIII 658 teams
  • Bookstore XXXIV 590 teams
  • Bookstore XXXV 610 teams
  • Bookstore XXX 685 teams
  • Bookstore XXXVII 694 teams
  • Bookstore XXXIX 680 teams
  • Bookstore XL 739 teams
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