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==Current players==
 
==Current players==
  
*[[Eric Xu]]
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*[[Quinn Legallo-Malone]]
 
*[[Quinn Legallo-Malone]]
*[[Vasa Clarke]]
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*[[Itamar Naveh-Benjamin]]
*[[Lawrence Simon]]
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*[[Doug Graebner]]
*[[James Hartnett]]
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*[[Nick Collins]]
*[[Dustin Wessells]]
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*[[John Connor]]
*[[Ben Fultz]]
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*[[Neelav Dutta]]
*[[Michael Hilzendeger]]
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*[[Goutham Thiagarajan]]
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*[[Mark Bailey]]
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*[[David Bass]]
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*[[Alana Dickey]]
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==Former players==
 
==Former players==
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*[[Tommy Casalaspi]]
 
*[[Tommy Casalaspi]]
 
*[[JR Roach]]
 
*[[JR Roach]]
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*[[Eric Xu]]
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*[[Vasa Clarke]]
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*[[Lawrence Simon]]
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*[[James Hartnett]]
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*[[Dustin Wessells]]
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*[[Ben Fultz]]
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*[[Michael Hilzendeger]]
  
 
==Title Succession==
 
==Title Succession==

Revision as of 14:09, 29 March 2020

University of Virginia
Uva.png
Location:
Charlottesville, VA
Current President or Coach
National championships 1993 College Bowl
1997 ACF
1997 College Bowl
1998 ACF
2012 NAQT
2014 NAQT
2014 ACF
2015 NAQT

This article describes the quizbowl team at the University of Virginia. For high quizbowl in the state of Virginia, see VHSL Scholastic Bowl.

The University of Virginia, or UVA, is a public university in Charlottesville, VA. It is notable as the university where Andrew Yaphe was an undergraduate. Much like the South, UVA rose again to dominate the mid-Atlantic and the country in the early 2010s.

Current players


Former players

Title Succession

ACF Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Georgia Tech
1997, 1998
Chicago


NAQT ICT Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Minnesota
2012
Yale
NAQT ICT Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Yale
2014, 2015
Chicago
ACF Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Illinois
2014
Penn

College Bowl Title Succession

College Bowl Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
MIT
1993
Chicago
College Bowl Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Michigan
1997
Michigan

Unofficial title succession

ACF Nationals Undergraduate Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Maryland
1997
South Carolina