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Julian Crown PFD Accolades: 2nd Place at the 2011 NFL National Tournament, 2011 California State Champion, 2010 California State Semi-Finalist, 2009 California State Runner-Up, 2010 Stanford Invitational Champion, 2011 Semi-Finalist at the Berkeley Invitational Tournament, 2011 Semi-Finalist at Laird Lewis Invitational. Rankings: Julian and his partner Ashwath were ranked as the 6th best team in the nation by based on their cumulative perfomance in 2011. Jordan Olmstead PFD Accolades: 5th Place at the 2011 NFL National Tournament, 2011 Stanford Invitational Champion, 2011 Berkeley Round Robin Invitational Champion, Semi-Finalist at the 2011 California State Tournament. Rankings: Jordan and his partner were ranked as the 13th best team in the nation by based on their cumulative performance in 2011.
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