University of British Columbia.. a magnificent effort. Managed two brief hops with the aid of a LOT of wind..
University of Wisconsin, Platteville.. two similar entries.
The inverted vee-tail had a boom-strike on takeoff, which broke the forward boom mount loose in the fuselage. On takeoff, up-elevator caused the boom to deflect downwards at the rear, effectively causing an uncontrolled nose-down pitch into the ground.
This problem and the limit on pitch angle and alpha are good reasons to NOT use this configuration!