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2014 Mid-Central USA Programming Contest

The 2013 Mid-Central Regional contest was held on Saturday, November 2, 2013.
The 2014 Mid-Central Regional contest will be held on Saturday, November 1, 2014.

Congratulations to the top 5 teams. (Starred teams are going to the World Finals in Ekaterinburg, Russia in June.)

  1. Northwestern University: Wildcats*
  2. University of Chicago: Conjurers of Cheap Tricks*
  3. Vanderbilt University: Vanderbilt_1*
  4. Saint Louis University: SLU Blue
  5. University of Kentucky: UK-blue

View the Official Standings or see the Archives page for contest data and past results.

Contestants:

Check out the ACM ICPC Live Archive which lets you submit solutions on-line to past regional and final contest problems.

Navigate this site using the links in the gray box to your left and the images at the top of the page. Click "Mid-Central USA Region" in the blue banner to return here.

All contest documentation that is not problem-specific is available on this web site and is kept up-to-date, so there is no reason for any coach or team member to be surprised on the day of the contest.

Help Needed!

The Regional Chief Judges need your help. First, we're needing an additional chief judge or two. If you are interested, please read through Problem Authors page and then contact either of the two current Chief Judges or the Regional Director using the contact information on the Contacts page.

In addition to needing additional judges, we're needing fresh ideas for problems. If you have only an idea for a problem or a complete, ready-to-go problem, contact either of the Chief Judges and they'll take it from there!

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