Max Schindler

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Maximilian Schindler
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Noted Subjects:
Math, Literature, General All-Rounder
Current Collegiate Team University of Chicago (2013-)
Past Collegiate Teams None
High School Team Ladue (2009-2013)
Middle School Team None

Max Schindler is a former player at Ladue, who is now in the class of 2017 at the University of Chicago. He won numerous top scorer awards during his high-school career, and led the Ladue team to being the best in Missouri from 2010 to 2014. He also wrote for and hosted LIST, a well-received housewritten high school tournament.

High School Career

2009-2010

Max played on Ladue's B team for most of the season, and won high scorer awards at the Missouri Fall Academic Tournament and the Villa Duchesne Tournament. At the 2010 HSNCT, he led the team to a 5-5 record and was the third place freshman there.

2010-2011

After a summer study session, Max led Ladue in becoming one of the top 50 teams in the nation. With him, Ladue won 4 tournaments and placed second in the Mort Walker Invitational. Max won top scorer in all of those tournaments. He hosted the inaugural LIST, a tournament written by members of the Ladue team.

2011-2012

Max captained the Ladue teams that finished t-5th at the 2012 HSNCT and 11th at the 2012 NSC, as well as Missouri's 6th place NASAT team. He also came in 2nd place playing solo at Yale's BHSAT. He head-edited LIST again with Haohang Xu and received the 2012 MOQBA Award for Outstanding Student Involvement.

2012-2013

Max captained the Ladue team that came in 2nd at the 2012 HSNCT, and won the 2013 NSC and NASAT. He head-edited LIST for a third time (with Haohang Xu and Ben Zhang) and won PACE's Benjamin Cooper Young Ambassador Award.

2013-2014

Max and his quizbowl-uncle John Lawrence joined Chicago's Marshall Steinbaum and Charles Tian, placing 4th at the 2014 ICT and 2014 ACF Nationals.

Writing and Editing