Results

2012 Central States Regional Results

Final Rank Institution Final Score
1 Taylor University III* 364
2 DePauw University I* 354
2 (tie) Taylor University II 354
3 Taylor University I 352
4 St. Olaf College* 342
5 DePauw University II 338
6 Eastern Kentucky University II 326
6 (tie) Illinois Wesleyan University II* ** 326
7 Illinois Wesleyan University I 319
8 Indiana University, Bloomington 318
9 University of Southern Indiana 312
10 Belmont University I 307
11 Xavier University 305
12 The College of Mt. St. Joseph 297
13 Wright State University 295
14 Eastern Kentucky University I 292
15 Marian University II 273
16 Marian University I 258
17 Belmont University II 255
18 Butler University 239


*Central States Region has four bids to the national Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl (IEB) competition. These schools will compete at the IEB in February at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics.

**  The tie between Eastern Kentucky University II and Illinois Wesleyan University II was broken by using their raw scores. Illinois Wesleyan University had the higher score and will be competing at the IEB in February at the APPE meeting.

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