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Southern Stingray Bowl

Coming in February, 2022

The Southern Stingray Bowl is a regional competition for high school students in the Georgia and South Carolina region. Historic Savannah State University hosts this year's Southern Stingray Bowl.  Savannah State University has been the host site for the Southern Stingray Bowl since 2010.  

The quiz bowl competition focuses on marine sciences. Each team consists of four team members and one alternate. The morning begins with a round-robin competition which determines the single elimination round placement in the afternoon. Teams competing in the round robin competition will be divided into one of four divisions through a blind draw.  Teams will compete against each team in their division.  Teams will then be ranked according to their scores and wins/losses into the single elimination bracket.  

The Southern Stingray Bowl has capacity for 16 competing teams.  Coaches are encouraged to register teams early. Team registration opens annually in December.  Coaches will receive their teams division assignment in the middle of January along with other information regarding the bowl.  

The 2021 Southern Stingray Bowl winners are Rockdale Magnet School for Science and Technology, Conyers, GA.  

About the Competition

Competition Rules

Form a Team

The winning team from the Southern Stingray Bowl will move to the National Ocean Sciences Bowl to compete against 24 other regional first-place teams.  


Team Registration

Volunteer Registration

Lodging and Food:

Team event shirt: $15 per shirt
Volunteer breakfast: $0
Volunteer lunch: $0
Volunteer event shirt: $0

Scholarship Opportunities

The Ocean Leadership Consortium sponsors scholarships for high school students who compete in a regional competition.  

Contact Information


Phone: 912-358-4291