Sea Lion Bowl 2012 – March 3 at SF State!

The 2012 Sea Lion Bowl will be held on Saturday, March 3 at San Francisco State University.

San Francisco State University is proud to host the Northern California Regional Bowl, and is looking forward to working with Northern California high schools that would like to participate in this exciting competition. Field trips, practice sessions, and other resources will be made available to participating teams, and prizes are given to the top teams, coaches, and to the team exhibiting best sportsmanship.

Team Pre-registration for the 2012 Sea Lion Bowl is now closed. Please contact us if you are interested in learning more for future years. Teams will participate in a rigorous, day-long competition. The winning team will receive an all-expense paid trip to the national competition in Baltimore, MD April 19-22, 2012.

The Sea Lion Bowl is a rigorous, day-long academic competition for high school students modeled after the National Science Bowl. Your high school is invited to participate! The Sea Lion Bowl, formerly known as the Otter Bowl in Monterey Bay, is one of 25 regional academic competitions that make up the National Ocean Sciences Bowl. The National Ocean Sciences Bowl, coordinated by the Consortium for Ocean Leadership in Washington, DC, began in 1998, The Year of the Ocean, as a way to encourage high school students and teachers to learn more about the ocean and ocean exploration. The NOSB provides a venue for students who excel in math and science to receive regional and national recognition for their diligence and talents while broadening their awareness and understanding of ocean science.

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