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  1. DrumCorpsRadio

    2019 Tour Schedule!

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    2019 Tour Schedule!

    Some Items of Note: July 13 is the first date when all 23 World Class corps compete on the same day. The others are July 20, July 27, and August 8. Excluding the impact of Pioneer, there are a total of 35 fewer World Class corps performances in 2019 than 2018. The average number of performances per corps in 2018 was 26; in 2019, it is 24. Boston Crusaders decrease the most from 30 to 25 followed by Crossmen (28 to 24), Genesis (24 to 20), and Spirit of Atlanta (27 to 23). Music City increases the most from 21 to 24. The Cadets will appear in the most shows at 29. Seattle Cascades will appear in the fewest shows at 18. Blue Knights is the final 2019 finalist to debut on June 28. Last year’s medalists will compete head-to-head for the first time July 16 in Broken Arrow, OK. The best June indicator of potential placements will be June 29 when all but three corps are in action (Jersey Surf, Oregon Crusaders, Seattle Cascades). For anyone interested in seeing a grid version of the schedule with total show tallies by corps and date, you can access it here.
  3. Division II / A Class The Champions - Division II / A Class Eight corps won it all in the 1990s: Pioneer, Southwind, and Spartans won three championships each. Carolina Crown, East Coast Jazz, Les Etoiles Dorion Vaudreuil, Patriots, and Ventures won one each. The Medalists - Division II / A Class Sixteen corps medaled in the 1990s: Carolina Crown, Pioneer, and Spartans had the most medalist years with three. East Coast Jazz, Les Etoiles Dorion Vaudreuil, Nite Express, Northern Aurora, Patriots, Southwind, and Ventures had two medalist years. Americanos, Blue Stars, Kiwanis Kavaliers, Mandarins, Tarheel Sun, and Vanguard Cadets each had one medalist year. Corps Gold Silver Bronze Total Medals Weighted Total Pioneer 2 1 0 3 8 Spartans 2 1 0 3 8 Carolina Crown 1 1 1 3 6 Southwind 2 0 0 2 6 East Coast Jazz 1 0 1 2 4 Les Etoiles Dorion Vaudreuil 1 0 1 2 4 Patriots 1 0 1 2 4 Ventures 1 0 1 2 4 Northern Aurora 0 2 0 2 4 Nite Express 0 1 1 2 3 Blue Stars 0 1 0 1 2 Kiwanis Kavaliers 0 1 0 1 2 Mandarins 0 1 0 1 2 Vanguard Cadets 0 1 0 1 2 Americanos 0 0 1 1 1 Tarheel Sun 0 0 1 1 1 This chart reflects Prelims results for years when there was a Division II/III Grand Finals event. The Finalists - Division II / A Class Twenty-two corps performed in Division II / A Class Finals in the 19990s: Spartans appeared in the most Division II / A Class Finals with six. Kiwanis Kavaliers and Pioneers appeared in the second most Division II / A Class Finals with four. Nine corps appeared in DCI Division II / A Class Finals every year in which they competed: Blue Devils B, Blue Stars, Carolina Crown, East Coast Jazz, Mandarins, Pioneer, Southwind, Suncoast Sound, and Vanguard Cadets. Pride of Soka was the highest average-placing corps not to make Finals in the decade. Corps Championship Appearances Finals Appearances Average Finish (includes non-finals placements) Southwind 2 2 1.0 Carolina Crown 3 3 2.0 Mandarins 1 1 2.0 Pioneer 4 4 2.0 Blue Stars 1 1 2.0 East Coast Jazz 2 2 2.0 Vanguard Cadets 3 3 3.7 Blue Devils B 1 1 4.0 Northern Aurora 4 3 4.3 Nite Express 4 2 4.5 Ventures 3 2 4.7 Suncoast Sound 1 1 5.0 Spartans 10 6 5.2 Kiwanis Kavaliers 6 4 5.3 Les Etoiles Dorion Vaudreuil 3 2 5.3 Dimension 3 2 5.7 Americanos 5 3 5.8 Pride of Soka 1 0 6.0 Tarheel Sun 3 2 6.3 Limited Edition 2 0 6.5 Railmen 4 2 7.8 Jersey Surf 6 1 8.0 Patriots 7 2 8.7 Academie Musicale 3 1 9.0 SGI Fuji 1 0 9.0 Capital Sound 4 0 9.0 Teal Sound 1 0 9.0 Allegiance Elite 10 0 9.7 Spartans (WA) 2 0 10.0 Quad City Knights 1 0 10.0 North Shore 1 0 10.0 Kips Bay Knight Club 1 0 10.0 Oakland Crusaders 2 0 11.0 Lone Star 1 0 11.0 Cincinnati Glory 1 0 11.0 Les Stentors 1 0 11.0 Seattle Cascades 7 0 11.3 Cardinals 6 0 11.8 Arizona Sun 2 0 12.0 Mayflower 1 0 12.0 Dutch Boy 2 0 12.0 Mousquetaires 1 0 13.0 Raiders 3 0 13.3 Expressions 2 0 13.5 Coachmen 1 0 14.0 New York Lancers 2 0 14.5 Phantom Regiment Cadets 3 0 15.0 Madison Junior Scouts 1 0 16.0 Golden Lancers 1 0 16.0 Cadets of Dutch Boy 1 0 17.0 Northwind Rebels 2 0 18.0 Hudson Valley All-Stars 1 0 19.0 Delta Brigade 1 0 19.0 Placements from Division II/III Grand Finals were not utilized for years in which they existed for consistency from year to year. Note the number of finalists varied from year-to-year as a result of different approaches to determining finalist corps. Division III / A60 The Champions - Division III / A60 X corps won it all in the 1990s: Spartans won three championships. Vanguard Cadets won two championships. The Academy (2006), Blue Devils B (2009), Esperanza (2003), Magic of Orlando (2002), and Mandarins (2001) won one each. The Medalists - Division III / A60 Thirteen corps medaled in the 1990s: Mandarins had the most medalist years with nine. Blue Stars had the second most medalist years with six. Pioneer had the third most medalist years with three. Academie Musicale and Golden Lancers had two medalist years each. Americanos, Capitol Aires, East Coast Jazz, General Butler Vagabonds, Patriots, Phantom Regiment Cadets/Phantom Legion, Ventures, and Yamato each had one medalist year. Corps Gold Silver Bronze Total Medals Weighted Total Mandarins 5 3 1 9 22 Blue Stars 1 2 3 6 10 Pioneer 1 1 1 3 6 Academie Musicale 2 0 0 2 6 Golden Lancers 0 1 1 2 3 Americanos 1 0 0 1 3 East Coast Jazz 0 1 0 1 2 Phantom Regiment Cadets / Phantom Legion 0 1 0 1 2 Ventures 0 1 0 1 2 Capitol Aires 0 0 1 1 1 General Butler Vagabonds 0 0 1 1 1 Patriots 0 0 1 1 1 Yamato 0 0 1 1 1 The Finalists - Division III / A60 Thirty corps performed in Division III / A60 Finals in the 1990s: Blue Stars and Mandarins appeared in the most Division III /A60 Finals with nine each. St. John’s appeared in the second most Division III / A60 Finals with five. Academie Musicale, Americanos, Capital Aires, East Coast Jazz, Phantom Regiment Cadets / Phantom Legion, Pioneer, and Raiders / Raiders of Hudson County / Bayonne Raiders had three each. General Butler Vagabonds, Golden Lancers, Lone Star, Northern Aurora, Patriots, Suncoast Sound, and Yamato had two each. 3rd Regiment, Blue Devils B, Delta Brigade, Emerald Knights, Knight Command, Lake Erie Regiment, Les Senateurs, Phoenix Regiment, Quad City Knights, Royal Columbians, Southwind, Ventures, and Yokohama Scouts had one each. Capital Regiment and Contemporary Youth Ensemble were the highest average-placing corps not to make Finals in the decade. Corps Championship Appearances Finals Appearances Average Finish (includes non-finals placements) Mandarins 9 9 1.6 Pioneer 3 3 2.0 Blue Stars 9 9 3.2 Southwind 1 1 4.0 Blue Devils B 1 1 4.0 Ventures 2 1 5.0 Americanos 5 3 5.6 Patriots 3 2 5.7 Academie Musicale 4 3 6.0 Knight Command 1 1 6.0 Suncoast Sound 2 2 6.0 Northern Aurora 2 2 6.5 Yamato 3 2 6.7 Golden Lancers 5 2 7.0 3rd Regiment 2 1 7.0 East Coast Jazz 5 3 7.2 Capitol Aires 5 3 7.6 Yokohama Scouts 2 1 8.5 Contemporary Youth Ensemble 3 0 9.0 Capital Regiment 1 0 9.0 Royal Columbians 5 1 9.2 St. John’s 8 5 9.3 Lone Star 5 2 9.4 General Butler Vagabonds 4 2 10.25 Les Senateurs 3 1 10.33 Cincinnati Glory 2 0 10.5 Phoenix Regiment 3 1 10.67 Quad City Knights 4 1 10.75 Raiders / Raiders of Hudson County / Bayonne Raiders 5 3 10.80 Phantom Regiment Cadets / Phantom Legion 7 3 10.86 West Coast Cadets 1 0 11.0 Mountain Magic 1 0 11.0 Nite Express 1 0 11.0 West Coast Sound 1 0 11.0 Seattle Cascades 1 0 12.0 Lampliters 1 0 13.0 Railmen 1 0 13.0 Bay Max 2 0 14.0 Knight Storm 3 0 14.3 Northmen 4 0 14.8 Fajardo 1 0 15.0 Pride of Bristol 1 0 15.0 Legend of Texas 1 0 15.0 Rapid City Express 2 0 15.5 Lake Erie Regiment 4 1 15.5 Kips Bay Knight Club 4 0 15.8 Emerald Knights (ONT) 1 0 16.0 Oakland Crusaders 1 0 16.0 Buccaneers 3 0 16.0 Canadian Knights 1 0 16.0 12th Command 3 0 16.3 Delta Brigade 4 1 16.8 Madison Junior Scouts 1 0 17.0 Citations 5 0 17.40 Emerald Knights 9 1 17.44 Spectrum 8 0 17.8 Eagles of Central New York 1 0 18.0 Masquerade 1 0 18.0 Phoenix (MA) 2 0 18.5 Conqueror II 6 0 18.7 Guardsmen 2 0 19.0 Edmonton Strutters 5 0 19.4 Coachmen 3 0 19.7 Bandettes 9 0 20.2 Ridge Raiders 9 0 20.9 Satellites 1 0 21.0 Marquis 2 0 21.0 Volunteers 2 0 21.5 Marion Glory Cadets / Marion Cadets 5 0 22.6 Mirage 2 0 23.5 Colt Cadets 1 0 24.0 Wabash Crusaders 1 0 24.0 Phoenix (NJ) 6 0 24.7 Guardsmen Cadets 1 0 25.0 Empire Loyalists 1 0 25.0 Lucas Rhythm Nation 1 0 25.0 Racine Scouts 7 0 25.9 First Baptist Cadets / Cadets of Brooklyn 3 0 26.7 Cadets of Dutch Boy 4 0 27.0 Southern Knights 1 0 27.0 Scenic City 1 0 27.0 Illusion 6 0 27.7 Decorah Kilties 2 0 28.0 Blue Saints 3 0 29.0 Limited Edition 1 0 29.0 Westshoremen Cadets 1 0 29.0 Joliet Kingsmen 1 0 29.0 Springfield Ambassadors 1 0 31.0 Twilight Optimists 1 0 31.0 Royal Cadets 4 0 32.8 Edmonton Crusaders 1 0 34.0 Quest 2 0 36.0 Northwind 2 0 36.0 Firebirds 2 0 38.0 Genesee Quest 1 0 38.0 Placements from Division II/III Grand Finals were not utilized for years in which they existed for consistency from year to year. Note the number of finalists varied from year-to-year as a result of different approaches to determining finalist corps.
  4. DCI - The 1990s In the ten seasons of the 1990s: Division I The Champions - Division I Six corps won it all in the 1990s: Blue Devils won four championships Cadets of Bergen County won three championships. The Cavaliers won two championships. Phantom Regiment, Santa Clara Vanguard, and Star of Indiana won one championship each. The Medalists - Division I Six corps medaled in the 1990s: Cadets of Bergen County medaled eight times. Blue Devils medaled six times. The Cavaliers medaled five times. Phantom Regiment and Star of Indiana medaled four times each. Santa Clara Vanguard medaled three times. Corps Gold Silver Bronze Total Medals Weighted Total Cadets of Bergen County 3 4 1 8 18 Blue Devils 4 0 2 6 14 The Cavaliers 2 2 1 5 11 Star of Indiana 1 1 2 4 7 Phantom Regiment 1 0 3 4 6 Santa Clara Vanguard 1 1 1 3 6 The Finalists - Division I Twenty corps performed in Finals in the 1990s: Seven corps appeared in every DCI Finals: Blue Devils, Cadets of Bergen County, The Cavaliers, Crossmen, Madison Scouts, Phantom Regiment, and Santa Clara Vanguard. Academie Musicale was the highest average-placing corps not to make Finals in the decade. Corps Championship Week Appearances Finals Appearances Average Finish (includes non-finals placements) Star of Indiana 4 4 2.3 Cadets of Bergen County 10 10 2.4 Blue Devils 10 10 2.7 The Cavaliers 10 10 3.3 Santa Clara Vanguard 10 10 4.6 Phantom Regiment 10 10 4.7 Madison Scouts 10 10 6.0 Crossmen 10 10 7.7 Bluecoats 10 9 9.6 Blue Knights 10 8 9.8 Glassmen 10 6 10.8 Freelancers 5 2 13.40 Velvet Knights 7 2 13.43 Magic of Orlando / The Magic 10 4 13.9 Boston Crusaders 10 1 14.3 Colts 10 6 14.6 Dutch Boy 4 1 15.3 Sky Ryders 4 1 16.5 Spirit of Georgia / Spirit of Atlanta 9 1 16.6 Carolina Crown 10 5 17.6 Academie Musicale 4 0 18.8 Troopers 10 0 19.3 Les Etoiles Dorion Vaudreuil 5 0 19.4 Pioneer 7 0 19.6 Southwind 8 0 20.38 Kiwanis Kavaliers 7 0 20.43 Marauders 5 0 20.6 Patriots 3 0 21.0 Nite Express 2 0 21.5 Tarheel Sun 2 0 21.5 East Coast Jazz 3 0 22.0 Spartans 3 0 22.3 L’Insolite 4 0 22.8 Ventures 2 0 23.0 Mandarins 8 0 23.5 Golden Lancers 1 0 25.0 Black Gold 4 0 25.25 Blue Stars 3 0 25.33 Northern Aurora 4 0 25.5 Limited Edition 1 0 26.0 Americanos 2 0 26.0 Vanguard Cadets 2 0 26.0 Florida Wave 1 0 28.0 Beatrix 1 0 29.0 Railmen 1 0 31.0
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    DCI By the Decade - The 2000s

    Thank you! I just have inadvertently carried that language over from the template I created for the 2010s. I'll adjust!
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    17 years later, 9/11/2018

    On the one-year anniversary of 9/11, members of Crossmen and The Cadets traveled to Richmond, Virginia on Nascar's dime to perform The National Anthem and God Bless America. I remember getting picked up a rest stop on I-95, the police escort into the stadium, rehearsing for a few hours, and the amazing opportunity to reunite one last time with people who I never expected to get the chance to perform with again. Getting together one month after finals was an amazing "one more time" bonus performance, especially for such an emotional reason. The video is titled 2002 Crossmen - God Bless America @ NASCAR for those looking for it...
  7. Open Class The Champions - Open Class Three corps have won it all in the 2010s: Blue Devils B and Vanguard Cadets won four championships each. Oregon Crusaders won one championship in 2012. The Medalists - Open Class Seven corps have medaled in the 2010s: Blue Devils B has the most medalist years with nine. Vanguard Cadets has the second most medalist years with eight. Oregon Crusaders has the third most medalist years with three. Corps Gold Silver Bronze Total Medals Weighted Total Blue Devils B 4 5 0 9 22 Vanguard Cadets 4 2 2 8 18 Oregon Crusaders 1 2 0 3 7 Genesis 0 0 2 2 2 Legends 0 0 2 2 2 Spartans 0 0 2 2 2 Gold 0 0 1 1 1 The Finalists - Open Class Fourteen corps have performed in Finals in the 2010s: Four corps have appeared in all nine DCI Open Class Finals: 7th Regiment, Blue Devils B, Legends, and Spartans. An additional fourteen corps appeared in DCI Open Class Finals every year in which they competed: Coastal Surge, Forte, Genesis, Gold, Golden Empire, Guardians, Louisiana Stars, Music City, Oregon Crusaders, Revolution, River City Rhythm, Southwind, Vanguard Cadets, and Velvet Knights. Corps Prelims Appearances Finals Appearances Average Finish (includes non-finals placements) Blue Devils B 9 9 1.6 Oregon Crusaders 3 3 1.7 Vanguard Cadets 8 8 1.8 Spartans 9 9 4.1 Genesis 7 7 5.0 Legends 9 9 6.1 Gold 7 7 6.43 7th Regiment 9 9 6.44 Music City 8 8 6.63 Revolution 3 3 6.67 Louisiana Stars 3 3 7.7 Guardians 3 3 9.3 Southwind 2 2 9.5 Raiders 9 8 10.0 River City Rhythm 4 4 10.3 Forte 2 2 10.5 Golden Empire 1 1 11.0 Coastal Surge 1 1 11.0 Colt Cadets 9 6 11.9 Velvet Knights 1 1 12.0 Shadow 3 1 12.7 Racine Scouts 5 1 13.0 Les Stentors 8 3 13.4 Impulse 2 0 14.5 Blue Saints 5 0 14.5 Heat Wave 1 0 15.0 Strangnas 1 0 15.0 Spirit of Newark/New Jersey 1 0 16.0 Note there was only Open Class Finals in 2011. For consistency sake, only the Top 12 corps are considered “finalists” for this analysis. International Class The Champions - International Class Five corps have won it all in the 2010s: Jubal has won two championships (2015, 2018). The Company (2017), Patria (2014), Taipei Yuehfu (2013), and Yokohama Scouts (2011) have each won one. The Medalists - International Class Seven corps have medaled in the 2010s: Jubal has the most medals with three. Corps Gold Silver Bronze Total Medals Weighted Total Average Finish Jubal 2 1 0 3 8 1.3 The Company 1 0 0 1 3 1.0 Patria 1 0 0 1 3 1.0 Taipei Yuehfu 1 0 0 1 3 1.0 Yokohama Scouts 1 0 0 1 3 1.0 Gita Surosowan Banten 0 1 0 1 2 2.0 Chien Kuo 0 0 1 1 1 3.0
  8. Division II / Open Class The Champions - Division II / Open Class Seven corps won it all in the 2000s: Spartans won three championships. Vanguard Cadets won two championships. The Academy (2006), Blue Devils B (2009), Esperanza (2003), Magic of Orlando (2002), and Mandarins (2001) won one each. The Medalists - Division II / Open Class Sixteen corps medaled in the 2000s: Spartans has the most medalist years with six. East Coast Jazz, Mandarins, and Vanguard Cadets have the second most medalist years with three. Blue Devils B, Jersey Surf, and Patriots have two medalist years. The Academy, Blue Stars, Capital Regiment, Citations, Esperanza, Fever, Magic of Orlando, Seattle Cascades and Teal Sound each had one medalist year. Corps Gold Silver Bronze Total Medals Weighted Total Spartans 3 0 3 6 12 Vanguard Cadets 2 1 0 3 8 East Coast Jazz 0 3 0 3 6 Mandarins 1 1 1 3 6 Blue Devils B 1 1 0 2 5 The Academy 1 0 0 1 3 Esperanza 1 0 0 1 3 Jersey Surf 0 1 1 2 3 Magic of Orlando 1 0 0 1 3 Patriots 0 1 1 2 3 Capital Regiment 0 1 0 1 2 Seattle Cascades 0 1 0 1 2 Blue Stars 0 0 1 1 1 Citations 0 0 1 1 1 Fever 0 0 1 1 1 Teal Sound 0 0 1 1 1 The Finalists - Division II / Open Class Twenty-nine corps performed in Division II / Open Class Finals in the 2000s: Jersey Surf appeared in the most Division II / Open Class Finals with eight. Spartans and Vanguard Cadets appeared in the second most Division II / Open Class Finals with seven. Seventeen corps appeared in DCI Division II / Open Class Finals every year in which they competed: The Academy, Blue Devils B, Blue Stars, Capital Regiment, Citations, Esperanza, Fever, Magic of Orlando, Mandarins, Oregon Crusaders, Patriots, Raiders, Revolution, Seattle Cascades, Spokane Thunder, Teal Sound, and Vanguard Cadets. Corps Championship Appearances Finals Appearances Average Finish (includes non-finals placements) The Academy 1 1 1.0 Magic of Orlando 1 1 1.0 Mandarins 3 3 2.0 Seattle Cascades 1 1 2.0 Vanguard Cadets 7 7 3.1 Esperanza 2 2 3.5 Fever 2 2 3.5 Capital Regiment 3 3 3.7 Blue Devils B 5 5 4.0 East Coast Jazz 6 5 4.0 Blue Stars 3 3 4.3 Patriots 4 4 4.3 Spartans 9 7 4.3 Citations 2 2 4.5 Teal Sound 5 5 5.2 Oregon Crusaders 4 4 5.75 Jersey Surf 9 8 5.78 Revolution 3 3 6.7 Raiders 3 3 7.0 Spokane Thunder 1 1 7.0 Taipei Yuehfu 2 0 7.5 Capital Sound 4 1 8.3 Memphis Sound 6 5 9.8 Impulse 6 3 9.8 Jubal 1 0 10.0 Allegiance Elite 3 0 11.0 Beatrix 3 1 11.0 Tampa Bay Thunder 1 0 11.0 Pride of Soka 1 0 11.0 Yamato 2 1 11.5 Velvet Knights 2 1 12.5 Legends 2 1 12.5 Dutch Boy 3 1 12.7 Music City 1 0 13.0 7th Regiment 2 1 14.0 Colt Cadets 3 0 14.7 Les Stentors 3 0 17.7 Racine Scouts 2 0 18.0 Blue Saints 1 0 19.0 Spirit of Newark/New Jersey 2 0 20.5 Strangnas 1 0 21.0 Placements from Division II/III Grand Finals were not utilized for years in which they existed for consistency from year to year. Note the number of Division II and Division III finalists varied from year-to-year as a result of different approaches to determining finalist corps. Division III The Champions - Division III Seven corps won it all in the 2000s: Spartans won three championships. Vanguard Cadets won two championships. The Academy (2006), Blue Devils B (2009), Esperanza (2003), Magic of Orlando (2002), and Mandarins (2001) won one each. The Medalists - Division III Fourteen corps medaled in the 2000s: Blue Stars and Yamato had the most medalist years with three each. Americanos, Raiders, Revolution, and Taipei Yuehfu had two medalist years each. Cincinnati Glory, Fever, Impulse, Marion Glory Cadets, Memphis Sound, Oregon Crusaders, Seattle Cascades, and Teal Sound each had one medalist year. Corps Gold Silver Bronze Total Medals Weighted Total Blue Stars 2 1 0 3 8 Raiders 1 1 0 2 5 Revolution 1 1 0 2 5 Yamato 0 2 1 3 5 Americanos 0 1 1 2 3 Impulse 1 0 0 1 3 Memphis Sound 1 0 0 1 3 Oregon Crusaders 1 0 0 1 3 Seattle Cascades 1 0 0 1 3 Taipei Yuehfu 0 1 1 2 3 Fever 0 1 0 1 2 Cincinnati Glory 0 0 1 1 1 Marion Glory Cadets 0 0 1 1 1 Teal Sound 0 0 1 1 1 The Finalists - Division III Twenty-seven corps performed in Division III Finals in the 2000s: Yamato appeared in the most Division III Finals with five. Revolution and Raiders appeared in the second most Division III Finals with four. Thirteen corps appeared in Division II Finals every year in which they competed: Blue Stars, Capital Regiment, Cincinnati Glory, East Coast Jazz, Fusion, General Butler Vagabonds, Impulse, Les Senateurs, Marion Glory Cadets, Memphis Sound, Oregon Crusaders, Seattle Cascades, and Taipei Yuehfu. Corps Championship Appearances Finals Appearances Average Finish (includes non-finals placements) Memphis Sound 1 1 1.0 Seattle Cascades 1 1 1.0 Blue Stars 3 3 1.3 Taipei Yuehfu 2 2 2.5 Oregon Crusaders 2 2 3.0 Cincinnati Glory 1 1 3.0 Yamato 6 5 3.3 Fever 2 1 3.5 Impulse 2 2 3.5 Revolution 5 4 4.0 General Butler Vagabonds 1 1 4.0 Glory Cadets 2 1 5.0 East Coast Jazz 1 1 5.0 Americanos 5 3 5.20 Glory Cadets / Marion Glory Cadets 4 3 5.25 Raiders 7 4 5.29 Capital Regiment 1 1 6.0 Les Senateurs 2 2 6.5 Allegiance Elite 2 1 7.0 Velvet Knights 1 0 7.0 Lehigh Valley Knights 4 2 7.0 Court of Honor 2 1 7.5 Teal Sound 5 2 7.6 Mystikal 3 1 8.0 Capital Sound 3 1 8.0 Spokane Thunder 2 0 8.5 Gold 1 0 9.0 Fusion 1 1 9.0 Dutch Boy 6 2 9.5 Knight Storm 1 0 10.0 Cadets of New York City 5 0 10.4 Lake Erie Regiment 4 1 10.5 Vision Elite 1 0 11.0 West Coast Sound 1 0 11.0 San Diego Alliance 2 0 12.0 Dimensions 1 0 12.0 Phoenix 4 0 13.5 Quebec Alliance 2 0 13.5 Tampa Bay Thunder 1 0 14.0 H.Y.P.E. 4 0 14.3 Blue Devils C 1 0 15.0 Les Stentors 5 0 15.0 Strangnas 2 0 15.0 Legend of Texas 1 0 15.0 Citations 6 0 15.3 Bandettes 5 0 15.8 7th Regiment 2 0 16.0 St. John’s 5 0 16.4 Scenic City 4 0 17.3 Racine Scouts 7 0 17.7 Edmonton Strutters 2 0 18.0 Spirit of Newark 8 0 19.0 Springfield Targets 5 0 19.2 Emerald Knights 2 0 21.0 Delta Brigade 1 0 21.0 Quest 3 0 21.3 Blue Saints 5 0 21.4 Les Sentinelles 2 0 21.5 Joliet Kingsmen 1 0 22.0 Spectrum 1 0 23.0 Kips Bay Crusaders 1 0 25.0 Silver Knights 2 0 26.0 Decorah Kilties 2 0 27.0 McCullough Royal Knights 1 0 32.0 Placements from Division II/III Grand Finals were not utilized for years in which they existed for consistency from year to year. Note the number of Division II and Division III finalists varied from year-to-year as a result of different approaches to determining finalist corps. International Class There was only one International Class champion crowned in the 2000s. The Champions - International Class One corps won it all in the 2000s: Yokohama Scouts (2007) The Medalists - International Class One corps medaled in the 2000s: Yokohama Scouts Corps Gold Silver Bronze Total Medals Weighted Total Average Finish Yokohama Scouts 1 0 0 1 3 1.0
  9. DCI - The 2000s In the ten seasons of the 2000s: Division I / World Class The Champions - Division I / World Class Four corps won it all in the 2000s: The Cavaliers won five championships. Blue Devils won three championships The Cadets won two championships. Phantom Regiment won one championship. The Medalists - Division I / World Class Six corps medaled in the 2000s: Blue Devils and The Cavaliers medaled nine times. The Cadets medaled seven times. Phantom Regiment had three medalist years. Carolina Crown and Santa Clara Vanguard had one medalist year each. Corps Gold Silver Bronze Total Medals Weighted Total The Cavaliers 5 2 2 9 21 Blue Devils 3 4 2 9 19 The Cadets 2 2 3 7 13 Phantom Regiment 1 1 1 3 6 Carolina Crown 0 1 0 1 2 Santa Clara Vanguard 0 0 1 1 1 The Cadets and The Cavaliers tied for first place in 2000. Blue Devils and The Cadets tied for second place in 2001. The Finalists - Division I / World Class Eighteen corps performed in Finals in the 2000s: Seven corps appeared in every DCI Finals: Bluecoats, Blue Devils, Boston Crusaders, The Cadets, The Cavaliers, Phantom Regiment, and Santa Clara Vanguard. The Academy was the highest average-placing corps not to make Finals in the decade. Corps Championship Week Appearances Finals Appearances Average Finish (includes non-finals placements) The Cavaliers 10 10 1.9 Blue Devils 10 10 2.1 The Cadets 10 10 2.9 Phantom Regiment 10 10 4.6 Santa Clara Vanguard 10 10 5.1 Bluecoats 10 10 6.8 Boston Crusaders 10 10 7.9 Carolina Crown 10 9 8.1 Blue Knights 10 7 10.1 Glassmen 10 9 10.1 Madison Scouts 10 7 10.8 Blue Stars 4 2 11.0 Crossmen 10 5 11.9 Spirit of Atlanta / Spirit / Spirit from JSU 10 5 13.1 Colts 10 2 13.6 The Academy 3 0 15.0 Magic of Orlando / The Magic 5 2 16.0 Capital Regiment 6 0 17.0 Vanguard Cadets 1 0 17.0 Southwind 8 0 17.3 Seattle Cascades 9 1 17.6 Mandarins 10 0 18.3 Pacific Crest 7 0 18.4 Troopers 9 1 19.3 Spartans 1 0 20.0 Jersey Surf 2 0 20.5 Esperanza 3 0 21.0 Pioneer 10 0 21.2 Kiwanis Kavaliers 6 0 21.5 Patriots 2 0 22.0 Tarheel Sun 1 0 24.0
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    DCI By the Decade - The 2010s

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    Crossmen 2019

    What do you mean by names? It's from the Crossmen Facebook page.
  12. DCI - The 2010s In the nine seasons of the 2010s: World Class The Champions - World Class Five corps have won it all in the 2010s: The Blue Devils won five championships. Bluecoats (2016), The Cadets (2011), Carolina Crown (2013), and Santa Clara Vanguard (2018) each won one. The Medalists - World Class Seven corps have medaled in the 2010s: Blue Devils is the only corps to medal every year. Bluecoats and Carolina Crown have the second most medalist years with five each. The Cadets and Santa Clara Vanguard have three medalist years. The Cavaliers has two medalist years. Phantom Regiment has one medalist year. Corps Gold Silver Bronze Total Medals Weighted Total Blue Devils 5 4 0 9 23 Carolina Crown 1 2 2 5 9 Bluecoats 1 1 3 5 8 Santa Clara Vanguard 1 1 0 2 5 The Cadets 1 0 2 3 5 The Cavaliers 0 1 1 2 3 Phantom Regiment 0 0 1 1 1 The Finalists - World Class Sixteen corps have performed in Finals in the 2010s: Nine corps have appeared in every DCI Finals: Bluecoats, Blue Devils, Blue Knights, Boston Crusaders, The Cadets, Carolina Crown, The Cavaliers, Phantom Regiment, and Santa Clara Vanguard. Colts is the highest average-placing corps yet to make Finals in the decade. Corps Championship Week Appearances Finals Appearances Average Finish (includes non-finals placements) Blue Devils 9 9 1.4 Carolina Crown 9 9 3.1 Bluecoats 9 9 3.9 Santa Clara Vanguard 9 9 4.2 The Cadets 9 9 4.4 The Cavaliers 9 9 5.6 Phantom Regiment 9 9 6.9 Boston Crusaders 9 9 8.3 Blue Knights 9 9 8.7 Blue Stars 9 8 10.1 Madison Scouts 9 7 10.9 Crossmen 9 6 13.0 Glassmen 3 1 13.0 Colts 9 0 14.8 The Academy 9 1 14.9 Troopers 9 0 15.0 Spirit of Atlanta 9 3 15.1 Mandarins 9 1 18.0 Blue Devils B 8 0 18.4 Pacific Crest 9 0 18.8 Oregon Crusaders 8 0 19.3 Vanguard Cadets 8 0 19.3 Teal Sound 2 0 20.0 Spartans 8 0 24.50 Jersey Surf 9 0 24.56 Genesis 8 0 24.63 Cascades 9 0 24.8 Music City 8 0 26.8 Legends 8 0 27.4 Gold 7 0 28.0 Yokohama Scouts 1 0 28.0 7th Regiment 8 0 28.4 Revolution 1 0 29.0 Pioneer 9 0 29.2 Louisiana Stars 3 0 30.0 The Company 1 0 30.0 Guardians 3 0 31.3 Gita Surosowan Banten 1 0 32.0 Jubal 3 0 32.3 Southwind 2 0 32.5 River City Rhythm 4 0 33.0 Chien Kuo 1 0 33.0 Coastal Surge 1 0 33.0 Taipei Yuehfu 1 0 33.0 Raiders 8 0 34.1 Golden Empire 1 0 35.0 Colt Cadets 8 0 35.3 Forte 1 0 36.0 Shadow 3 0 36.3 Les Stentors 7 0 36.4 Racine Scouts 4 0 36.8 Patria 1 0 37.0 Blue Saints 5 0 37.2 Impulse 2 0 37.5 Heat Wave 1 0 40.0 Spirit of Newark/New Jersey 1 0 41.0 Open Class corps are included beginning in 2011 due to full participation in Prelims.
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    Crossmen 2019

    Did Crossmen just announce its show? Source: Crossmen Official Facebook
  14. DCA - The 2010s In the nine seasons of the 2010s: Open Class The Champions - Open Class Three corps have won it all in the 2010s: The Buccaneers won seven championships with a four-in-a-row streak from 2012-2015. Minnesota Brass won one championship in 2011. Cadets2 won one championship in 2016. The Medalists - Open Class Six corps have medaled in the 2010s: The Buccaneers is the only corps to medal every year. Minnesota Brass has the second most medalist years with seven. Cadets2 has the third most medals with four. Caballeros has three medalist years. Atlanta CV and Empire Statesmen have two medalist years. Corps Gold Silver Bronze Total Medals Weighted Total Reading Buccaneers 7 2 0 9 25 Minnesota Brass, Inc. 1 3 3 7 12 Cadets2 1 2 1 4 8 Hawthorne Caballeros 0 1 2 3 4 Atlanta CV / CorpsVets 0 1 1 2 3 Empire Statesmen 0 0 2 2 2 The Finalists - Open Class Twenty corps have performed in Finals in the 2010s: Three corps have appeared in every DCA Finals: Atlanta CV/CorpsVets, Buccaneers, and Caballeros. Fusion Core is the highest average-placing corps yet to make Finals. Two corps have appeared in DCA Prelims without making Finals: Skyliners, Windsor Regiment. Corps Prelims Appearances Finals Appearances Average Finish (includes non-finals placements) Reading Buccaneers 9 9 1.2 Minnesota Brass, Inc. 8 8 3.1 Cadets2 7 7 3.3 Hawthorne Caballeros 9 9 4.0 Empire Statesmen 4 4 4.0 Atlanta CV / CorpsVets 9 9 5.8 Fusion Core 7 7 6.0 Kidsgrove Scouts 4 4 6.5 White Sabers 4 4 6.8 Cincinnati Tradition 1 1 8.0 Connecticut Hurricanes 9 7 8.2 San Francisco Renegades 3 3 8.7 Bushwackers 9 6 8.9 Alliance 4 3 9.0 Sunrisers 6 4 9.8 Tampa Bay Thunder 1 1 10.0 Govenaires 1 1 10.0 Chops, Inc. 1 1 11.0 Carolina Gold 5 2 11.2 Kilties 5 1 11.6 Windsor Regiment 1 0 12.0 Skyliners 4 0 12.0 A Class The Champions - A Class Five corps have won it all in the 2010s: Carolina Gold (2012, 2018), Cincinnati Tradition (2016, 2017), Govenaires (2011, 2015), White Sabers (2013, 2014) won two championships each. Fusion Core won one championship in 2010. The Medalists - A Class Thirteen corps have medaled in the 2010s: Govenaires has the most medalist years with seven. Carolina Gold has the second most medalist years with four. Corps Gold Silver Bronze Total Medals Weighted Total Govenaires 2 5 0 7 16 Carolina Gold 2 0 2 4 8 White Sabers 2 0 0 2 6 Fusion Corps 1 1 0 2 5 Cincinnati Tradition 2 0 0 2 6 Erie Thunderbirds 0 1 1 2 3 Alliance 0 1 0 1 2 Kingston Grenadiers 0 1 0 1 2 Sun Devils 0 0 2 2 2 Chops, Inc. 0 0 1 1 1 Kilties 0 0 1 1 1 Skyliners 0 0 1 1 1 Windsor Regiment 0 0 1 1 1 The Finalists - A Class Fourteen corps have performed in Finals in the 2010s: Govenaires has performed in the most DCA A Finals with eight. Carolina Gold and Cincinnati Tradition have appeared in the second-most DCA A Finals with four each. Fusion Core has appeared in Finals every year of the decade: two in A class and seven in Open class. Govenaires has appeared in Finals every year of the decade: eight in A class and one in Open class. Corps Prelims Appearances Finals Appearances Average Finish (includes non-finals placements) Fusion Core 2 2 1.5 Govenaires 8 8 2.0 Carolina Gold 4 4 2.0 Alliance 1 1 2.0 Skyliners 1 1 3.0 Kilties 2 1 3.5 Windsor Regiment 3 3 3.7 Sun Devils 3 2 4.0 Cadence 1 1 4.0 White Sabers 5 3 4.2 Erie Thunderbirds 4 2 4.25 Chops, Inc. 3 1 4.33 Southern Knights 2 1 4.5 Sunrisers 2 0 5.0 Tampa Bay Thunder 1 0 5.0 Vigilantes 1 0 5.0 Cincinnati Tradition 8 4 5.3 Heartliner 1 0 6.0 Highland Regiment 1 0 7.0 SoCal Dream 1 0 7.0 High Country Brass 3 0 7.7 Excelsior 7 0 8.0 Columbus Saints 1 0 8.0 Shenandoah Sound 4 0 9.0 New England Centurions 1 0 11.0
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    DCI survey

    It was my first time attending Indy. I was happy to fill out the long survey and impressed that such sensitive topics were being shared with "the public" to get some input. At the same time, several of the questions were very poorly worded and/or had answer options that will skew the results. Sometimes I had to pick "neutral" for a question when I am not really neutral at all, but I did not have the kind of information necessary to answer the question. I would have skipped it or chosen not applicable, but that was not an option.