CEDA National Tournament Champions

Year

Tournament Champion

Tournament Runner-UP

1981

UCLA (Robert Hartmann and Arthur Wong)

University of California Berkeley

1984

Southwestern College (Steve Witt and Terri McCorkle)

1985

Weber State University (Rick Whicker and Kevin Boyle)

1986

Macalester College (Paul Benson and Molly McGinnis)

Florida State University (Carrie Crenshaw and Miguel Delao)

1987

Macalester College (Paul Benson and Molly McGinnis)

University of New Mexico (Mike Stanley and Leah Neal)

1988

Southern Illinois University (Mark West and John Lapham)

William Jewell College (David Israelite and Brad Roberts)

1989

Gonzaga University (Dave Hanson and Bill DeForeest)

Southern Illinois University (Mark West and John Lapham)

1990

University of Central Oklahoma (then Central State University) (Charles Mallard and Josh Hoe)

Missouri State University (then Southwest Missouri State University) (Eric Morris and Robert Olson)

1991

Kansas State University (David Filippi and Richard McCollum)

University of California, Los Angeles (Jon Dean and Brian Fletcher)

1992

Missouri State University (Jeffrey Jarman and TJ Wolfe)

Florida State University (Jay Connell and PJ Stakelum)

1993

Kansas State University (Jill Basinger and KJ Wall)

Emporia State University (Greg Achten and Jim Haefele)

1994

University of Missouri-Kansas City (David Kingston (Genco) and James Brian Johnston)

Kansas State University/Michigan State University (Dave Devereux/Elizabeth Repko)

1995

Michigan State University (Elizabeth Repko and Jason Trice)

Gonzaga University (Blake Dias and Ian McLoughlin)

1996

Southern Illinois University (Glen Frappier and Bill Shinn)

Fort Hays State University (Tim Carroll and Brandon Thompson)

1997

Northwestern University (Terry Johnson and Brandon Fletcher)

Michigan State University (Erik Cornellier and John Sullivan)

1998

Emory University (Stephen Heidt and Dan Fitzmier) and Emory University (Anne Marie Todd and Vic Tabak)

1999

Whitman College (Jessica Clarke and Adam Symonds)

The State University of West Georgia (Rachel Saloom and Chris Bonilla)

2000

The State University of West Georgia (Rachel Saloom and Sarah Holbrook)

Michigan State University (Aaron Monick and Steve Donald)

2001

The State University of West Georgia (Rashad Evans and Sarah Holbrook)

Emory University (John Rains and Kacey Wolmer)

2002

Fort Hays State University (Joe Ramsey and Jason Regnier)

Michigan State University (Calum Matheson and Austin Carson)

2003

New York University (Richard Garner and Nate Gorelick)

Whitman College (Thad Blank and Charles Olney)

2004

Emory University (Mike Beckley and Henry Liu)

University of North Texas (Nirav Patel and John Prieur)

2005

UC Berkeley (Craig Wickersham and Stacey Nathan)

Dartmouth (Brian Smith and Kathryn Clark)

2006

Harvard (Michael Klinger and Nikhil Mirchandani)

Dartmouth (Brian Smith and Kathryn Clark)

2007

University of Oklahoma (Conor Cleary and Blake Johnson)

Dartmouth (Kathryn Clark and Kade Olsen)

2008

Towson University (Dayvon Love and Deven Cooper)

University of Kansas (Chris Stone and Nate Johnson)

2009

University of Oklahoma (R.J. Giglio and Nick Watts)

Towson University (Dayvon Love and Deven Cooper)

2010

University of Oklahoma (R.J. Giglio and Nick Watts)

Whitman College (Nate Cohn and Daniel Straus)

2011

Kansas State University (Beth Mendenhall and Derek Ziegler)

Towson University (Ben Crossan and Fernando Kirkman)

2012

University of Oklahoma (R.J. Giglio and Christopher Leonardi)

Whitman College (Allison Humble and Alex Zendeh)

2013

Emporia State University (Ryan Wash and Eli Smith)

University of West Georgia (Damiyr Davis and Miguel Feliciano)

2014

Towson University (Korey Johnson and Ameena Ruffin)

University of Oklahoma (Rashid Campbell and George Lee Jr.)

2015

Towson University (Troi Thomas and Kevin Whitley)

University of Kansas (Jyleesa Hampton and Quaram Robinson)

2016

University of Vermont (Khalil Lee and Taylor Brough)

Liberty University (Vida Chiri and Tim Byram)

2017

Rutgers University (Nick Nave and Devane Murphy)

University of Missouri-Kansas City (Corey Aaron and Anthony Thomas)

2018

University of Iowa (Coco Christophersen and Brooke Kimbrough) and University of Iowa (Sam Gustavson and Geordano Liriano)

2019

University of Oklahoma (Jazmine Pickens and Darius White)

University of Kansas (Azja Butler and Kenny Delph)[6]

2020

Tournament Canceled Due to Covid-19

2021

University of Texas (Het Desai and Zachary Watts)

University of Central Oklahoma (Grant Colquitt and Zach Huffman)

Non-Policy Division Champions

Year

Tournament Champions

2000

Kansas State University (Kyle Wilson and Ben Sharp)

2001

University of Rochester (Carsten Hoppe and Sujata Menjoge)