Not a fan of UNC?
It’s Super Easy to Crash The Party!
Just affiliate with your school during registration.
TOP 3 Schools Represented Get:
- Party Crasher Performance T (in school colors)
- Party Crasher Race Bib
- Bragging Rights!
2017 Scoreboard – last updated 3/2/17
Top 3: NC State (461) – Duke (286) – East Carolina (68)
Appalachian State: 52
Wake Forest: 32
Virginia Tech: 30
South Carolina: 11
UNC Wilmington: 29
NC Central: 26
Georgia Tech: 5
UNC Greensboro: 11
Boston College: 9
CONTEST ENDS at 11:59 PM Wednesday, March 22nd!
Crash the Party Contest – House Rules
RUN! Sign up for the Tar Heel 10 Miler or Fleet Feet Sports 4 Mile Run while still representing your rival school of choice. Contest registration is easy & part of the general online registration process.
SCORE! We’ll keep a running tally of which schools have the most runners entered right here on the Tar Heel 10 Miler website.
RAISE THE CUP! Only the school with the most runners signed up gets the honor of hoisting the digital PARTY CRASHER CUP as bragging rights. Of course no lead is safe, so be sure to get your friends/family/classmates to sign up as well.
CUSTOM RACE BIBS! Come race day, the top 3 non-UNC schools represented will receive custom race bibs with their school color. What a great way to make a statement in Carolina Blue Country!
BRAGGING RIGHTS FOR 364 DAYS! We’ll announce the winner of the Crash the Party Contest on race day. Even better, your school will get to keep the digital PARTY CRASHER CUP for the entire next year!
In 2016, the schools represented in the Crash the Party were not limited to ACC schools. The CTP contest will include the following schools: Duke, NC State, Wake Forest, NC Central, ECU, UNC Wilmington, UNC Greensboro, Georgia Tech, Appalachian State, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Clemson, South Carolina, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Boston College, Davidson, and Elon.
FINAL 2017 Scoreboard
Top 3: NC State (523) – Duke (312) – East Carolina (79)
Appalachian State: 61
Wake Forest: 42
Virginia Tech: 39
UNC Wilmington: 34
NC Central: 29
South Carolina: 16
Georgia Tech: 5
UNC Greensboro: 15