Schulich wins the national 2004 MBA Games

For the second year in a row, York’s Schulich School of Business has won the MBA Games. Going Global, the 16th Annual MBA Games, took place this past weekend. The Schulich team is one of a handful of schools to win the coveted Queen’s Cup two years running.

More than 500 MBA students representing 18 business schools from across Canada took part in the 2004 games. The event, which took place at York, was a three-day affair consisting of team competitions in the categories of academics, athletics and school spirit. Schulich won the right to host the 2004 national competition after winning last year’s MBA Games, held at McMaster University.


Above: Some members of the Schulich MBA team. Pictured in the back row, from left to right are: Ken Green, James Gordon and John Romero. In the front row from left to right are: George McLeod, Eric Beynon, Angelica Akaravorasate, Sharon Connolly, Patricia Schindelheim, Natasha Genys, Samantha Fox, Tina Chopra, Cathy Li, Fahrin Kermally, Salim Aboudaoud and Chris Hibberd.

The Schulich team placed first in the Case Competition and first overall in the Academic category.  Members of the first-place Schulich Case Competition Team included Danny Wong, Andrew Davis, Stephen Marcotte, John Romero and Vito Cammisa.

The MBA Games is the largest annual gathering of MBAs from across Canada. Please visit the MBA Games Web site for more information about the competitions and this year’s results.