The annual Carolina Spring Tournament will be held in Raleigh, NC, on Sunday, May 15th, 2016. The tournament will be divided into sections based on AGA ratings, with generous cash prizes in each section. The entry fee is $10 for youths 18 or younger, and $20 for everyone else.
The 12th annual tournament Carolina Spring Go Tournament, held in Raleigh on April 19th, co-organized by the Chinese American Friendship Association of North Carolina (CAFA), Confucius Institute at NC State, and the Cary Go Club, and attracted 28 Go players with a wide range of ages and Go experience but with an equal amount of love for Go.
CCS Team 1 of Alvin Chen, Alex Kuang and Ellen Zeng, and CCS Team 2 of Andy Chen, Jasmine Ye and Ethan Wan won the team competition
while Eric Zhang 5d topped the highest level individual competition in the Open section.
The Chinese School at Chapel Hill Team Won the 2013 Team Tournament and Changlong Wu 7d Topped the Individual Competition in the 2013 Carolina Spring Go Tournament
The 10th annual Carolina Spring Go Tournament was held in Raleigh on May 18th, 2013. Organized by the Cary Go Club and the Chinese-American Friendship Association of North Carolina, the tournament attracted 30 Go players with ages ranging from 6 to 70 years old.
Cary Chinese School Teams Won the 2012 Team Tournament
Owen Chen Topped the Individual Competition
Organized by the Cary Go Club and the Chinese-American Friendship Association of North Carolina, the annual Carolina Spring Go Tournament played in Raleigh last Sunday attracted 34 Go players with ages ranging from 6 to 70 years old.
Edward Zhang 6D won the first place in the Open section of the 2010 Carolina Spring Go tournament, held in Raleigh, NC on March 28th. Thirty four players competed in this seventh annual AGA rated tournament co-organized by the Chinese-American Friendship Association of North Carolina (CAFA) and the Cary Go Club. Edward Zhang, who traveled from the DC area, won four straight games to top the open section. Eric Zhang 5D, Guojun Zhu 3D and Nianci Gan 3D tied for the second place of the open section with the same score of 3-1.