Difference between revisions of "Subash Maddipoti"

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Noted NAQT studying machine who built himself up from the fourth-best player on his own team to the best player in the country between January and April of 2000, when he led Illinois to an upset victory over an [[Andrew Yaphe]]-led [[Chicago]] team at the [[2000 ICT|ICT]]. Repeated as a dominating force at the [[2003 ICT]], playing for Chicago, where he set the all-time standard for nationals performance by scoring 128 PPG with 74 powers in 15 games. Also wrote and edited a bunch of NAQT, ACF, and Chicago Open events, most notably the superb 2001 [[ACF Regionals]] and the 2001-2005 [[Chicago Open]]s, and the Hawkfests at Quincy.  Subash's legendary studying binge was recounted in [http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=63&p=282217#p282209 this forum thread].
 
Noted NAQT studying machine who built himself up from the fourth-best player on his own team to the best player in the country between January and April of 2000, when he led Illinois to an upset victory over an [[Andrew Yaphe]]-led [[Chicago]] team at the [[2000 ICT|ICT]]. Repeated as a dominating force at the [[2003 ICT]], playing for Chicago, where he set the all-time standard for nationals performance by scoring 128 PPG with 74 powers in 15 games. Also wrote and edited a bunch of NAQT, ACF, and Chicago Open events, most notably the superb 2001 [[ACF Regionals]] and the 2001-2005 [[Chicago Open]]s, and the Hawkfests at Quincy.  Subash's legendary studying binge was recounted in [http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=63&p=282217#p282209 this forum thread].
  
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{{Succession_box_(Carper)
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|year = 2010
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|previous = [[Ezequiel Berdichevsky]]
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|next = [[Seth Teitler]]
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{{Succession_box_(Individual)|Individual Honor = [[ICT|ICT DI Leading Scorer]]
 
{{Succession_box_(Individual)|Individual Honor = [[ICT|ICT DI Leading Scorer]]
 
|year = 2003
 
|year = 2003

Revision as of 20:37, 12 December 2016

Subash Maddipoti
Noted Subjects:
all
Current Collegiate Team None
Past Collegiate Teams Chicago (2002-2005), Illinois (2000), Quincy (1998-1999), Northwestern (?)
High School Team Quincy (1990-1994)
Middle School Team None

Noted NAQT studying machine who built himself up from the fourth-best player on his own team to the best player in the country between January and April of 2000, when he led Illinois to an upset victory over an Andrew Yaphe-led Chicago team at the ICT. Repeated as a dominating force at the 2003 ICT, playing for Chicago, where he set the all-time standard for nationals performance by scoring 128 PPG with 74 powers in 15 games. Also wrote and edited a bunch of NAQT, ACF, and Chicago Open events, most notably the superb 2001 ACF Regionals and the 2001-2005 Chicago Opens, and the Hawkfests at Quincy. Subash's legendary studying binge was recounted in this forum thread.

Carper Award
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Ezequiel Berdichevsky
2010
Seth Teitler
ICT DI Leading Scorer
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Matt Weiner
2003
Jason Keller