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== Players ==
 
== Players ==
  
*[[Neil Gurram]]
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*[[Eric Lu]]
*[[Stephen Eltinge]]
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*[[Steven Liu]]
*[[Anderson Wang]]
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*[[Swapnil Garg]]
*[[Andre Kessler]]
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*[[Saumil Bandyopadhyay]]
  
 
== Former Players ==
 
== Former Players ==
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*[[Josh Alman]]
 
*[[Josh Alman]]
 
*[[Cory Smith]]
 
*[[Cory Smith]]
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*[[Neil Gurram]]
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*[[Stephen Eltinge]]
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*[[Anderson Wang]]
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*[[Andre Kessler]]
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*[[Clare Keenan]]
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*[[Julian Fuchs]]
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*[[Oliver Ren]]
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*[[Bryce Hwang]]
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*[[Josh Xiong]]
  
 
== Succession of Titles ==
 
== Succession of Titles ==

Latest revision as of 23:08, 11 October 2019

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MIT.gif
Location:
Cambridge, MA
Current President or Coach none
National championships 1992 College Bowl

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is a private university in Cambridge, MA. After a brief period of quizbowl success in the late 2000s (earning 2nd at ACF Regionals 2008 and 8th at the 2008 ACF Nationals) and a brief death thereafter, the club has revived and now attends many tournaments a year.

Tournaments

In the past, MIT hosted Beaver Bonspiel (which in 2008 was a mirror of Stanford's Cardinal Classic), and an annual IS set high school tournament, the MIT Beaver Academic Tournament. More recently, the club has branched out in its mirrors of various college tournaments, and revived MITBAT in 2012 with the addition of a new novice-friendly tournament for high schools in the Boston area, the MIT Fall Tournament.

Apparently, the 2008 CBI RCT for the Northeast ("Region 1") was hosted at MIT, though this happened without the club's knowledge. Noted Rhode Island powerhouse Providence College finished first.

Players

Former Players

Succession of Titles

College Bowl Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Rice
1992
Virginia