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==College==
 
==College==
Ian played in a few college tournaments while he was still in high school.
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Ian played in a few college tournaments while he was still in high school. Along with [[Guy Tabachnick]] and [[Ben Cohen]], he won the [[2010 ICT|2010 Division 2 ICT]]. Ian and Ben also placed second in Division 2 at [[2010 ACF Nationals]].
 
==High School==
 
==High School==
 
During his high school career at [[Georgetown Day School]], Ian was a three-time [[NAQT]] [[HSNCT]] all-star, from 2007 to 2009, an [[NSC]] All-Star in 2009, and the winner of numerous individual scoring awards at regular-season events. He (usually) led the [[2009 Georgetown Day]] team in scoring en route to a 3rd place finish at the [[2009 NSC]] and a 5th place finish at the [[2009 HSNCT]].
 
During his high school career at [[Georgetown Day School]], Ian was a three-time [[NAQT]] [[HSNCT]] all-star, from 2007 to 2009, an [[NSC]] All-Star in 2009, and the winner of numerous individual scoring awards at regular-season events. He (usually) led the [[2009 Georgetown Day]] team in scoring en route to a 3rd place finish at the [[2009 NSC]] and a 5th place finish at the [[2009 HSNCT]].

Revision as of 20:47, 21 April 2010

Ian Eppler
Eppler1.jpg
Noted Subjects:
General, the civil rights movement
Current Collegiate Team Brown
High School Team Georgetown Day School (2006-2009)
Stats n/a


Ian Eppler plays quizbowl for Brown. He is a member of PACE and an operator in the Quizbowl IRC channel.

College

Ian played in a few college tournaments while he was still in high school. Along with Guy Tabachnick and Ben Cohen, he won the 2010 Division 2 ICT. Ian and Ben also placed second in Division 2 at 2010 ACF Nationals.

High School

During his high school career at Georgetown Day School, Ian was a three-time NAQT HSNCT all-star, from 2007 to 2009, an NSC All-Star in 2009, and the winner of numerous individual scoring awards at regular-season events. He (usually) led the 2009 Georgetown Day team in scoring en route to a 3rd place finish at the 2009 NSC and a 5th place finish at the 2009 HSNCT.

Writing and Editing

Ian co-edited the No Name Tournament, run during the fall of 2008. He was a writer for HSAPQ, and contributed to the 2009 Brown Early Fall Tournament and the 2010 Georgetown Day Tournament.