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    2014 US Synchronized skating qualifying season begins this week

    (1/23/14) - The 2014 U.S. Synchronized Skating qualifying season begins Jan. 23-25, 2014, with the Midwestern, Pacific Coast and Eastern synchronized skating sectional championships. Teams will compete at thirteen levels (preliminary, pre-juvenile, juvenile, intermediate, novice, junior, senior, collegiate, adult, masters, open juvenile, open collegiate, open adult).

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    Number of teams qualifying form each section:
    http://www.usfsa.org/content/Qualify...onals%2014.pdf

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    Midwestern Teams Qualifying for Nationals:

    Senior
    1. Starlights
    2. Adrian College
    Crystallettes (bye)
    Miami University (bye)

    Junior
    1.Team Braemar
    2. Hockettes
    3. Fond du Lac Blades
    4. Starlights
    Chicago Jazz (bye)
    Miami University (bye)
    Saint Louis Synergy (bye)

    Novice
    1. Crystallettes
    2. Chicago Jazz
    3. Starlights
    4. Saint Louis Synergy
    5. Swan Syncsation

    Intermediate
    1. Capital Ice Chips
    2. Crystallettes
    3. Ice Diamonds
    4. Dazzlers

    Juvenile
    1. Chicago Jazz
    2. Fond Du lac Blades
    3. Starlights
    4. Saint Louis Synergy
    5. Crystallettes
    6. Chicago Radiance

    Collegiate
    1. Miami University
    2. Michigan State University
    3. University of Michigan
    4. University of Wisconsin-Madison
    5. IllinoiSkating
    6. Western Michigan University

    Adult
    1. Starlights
    2. Crystallettes
    3. Goldenettes
    4. Leather and Laces
    5. Western Michigan University Alumni

    Masters
    1. Allegro!
    2. Ice Connect
    3. Eble Elite Edgers

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    Pacific Coast Teams Qualifying for Nationals:

    Senior
    California Gold (bye)
    ICE'Kateers (bye)

    Junior
    1.The Tremors

    Novice
    1. Team del Sol
    2. Fusion
    3. Rose City Crystals

    Intermediate
    1. Denver Synchronicity
    2. Epic Edge
    3. ICE'Kateers
    4. Silver Stars

    Juvenile
    1. Team del Sol

    Collegiate

    Adult
    1. Denver Synchronicity

    Masters
    1. Denver Synchronicity
    2. Capital Ice

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    Thanks, rmaap1 !!

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    Eastern Section teams qualifying for Nationals

    Senior
    1. Skyliners
    2. Team Excel
    Haydenettes (bye)


    Junior
    1. Synchroettes
    2. Team Delaware
    3. Precisely Right
    4. Capitol Steps
    Lexettes (bye)
    Skyliners (bye)


    Novice
    1. Ice Mates
    2. Skyliners
    3. Synchroettes
    4. Team Delaware
    5. Philadelphia Symmetry

    Intermediate
    1. Star Mates
    2. Skyliners
    3. Team Delaware
    4. Team Ashburn

    Juvenile
    1. Skyliners
    2. Synchroettes
    3. Mini Mates
    4. Team Delaware
    5. Philadelphia Symmetry (tie)
    5. Team Image (tie)

    Collegiate
    1. Univ. of Delaware
    2. Team Excel
    3. Univ. Of New Hampshire
    4. Chesapeake Captains
    5. Univ. of Massachusetts
    6. Oswego State Ice Effects

    Adult
    1. Espirit de Corps
    2. DC Edge
    3. Team Delaware
    4. Colonials
    5. Team Image

    Masters
    1. DC Edge
    2. Espirit de Corps
    3. Team Delaware
    4. Essex Blades
    5. Gotham City Synchro

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    Correction to the Masters team who qualified for Nationals. Third place finishers were Team Delaware not the Eble Elite Edgers. They aren't even part of the Eastern division.

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    Sorry about that! I copied and pasted the Midwestern as a starting point and missed that one. I have just corrected it.

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