|Noted Subjects: |
History, Geography, Economics
|Current Collegiate Team||None|
|Past Collegiate Teams||None|
|High School Team||Pi-oneers (2016 - Present)|
Stanford Online (2016 - Present)
|Middle School Team||Pi-oneers (2014 - 2016)|
Josh Rollin (Class of 2020) is a noted player for Pi-oneers and Stanford Online. Ever since 2015, Josh Rollin has gone to 10 national tournaments (MSNCT, HSNCT, PACE, USABB, NHBB). He enjoys learning about French History (including the Napoleonic Wars), and he doesn't like US History. He also attended the 2016 and 2018 International History Olympiad. He was appointed the team statistician of the Pi-oneers.
The Joshe Limit
Named after the Roche Limit from astronomy, the "Joshe Limit" (invented by Josh Rollin in 2016) is the number of negs necessary in one game to break a team down into a medley of accusations and sobs, and guarantee them a dismal tournament performance. It was never achieved in Pi-oneers history, although it was calculated to be approximately 7.2 for the average Norcal team.