Students from the United States and Canada converged upon New Orleans, June 23-26, 1994, for the Seventh Annual American Society of Civil Engineers National Concrete Canoe Competition. Through academic and athletic competition, students from 21 universities vied for $9,000 in scholarship money offered by the competition sponsor, Master Builders Inc. The University of Alabama in Huntsville won every event in the national competition, taking home first place overall and a $5,000 scholarship for its undergraduate civil engineering program. This is the first time in the history of the national competition that one school placed first in every division in both the academic and athletic portions. The University of California at Berkeley took second place and a $2,500 scholarship, and the University of New Orleans, host school to the conference, took third place and a $1,500 scholarship.