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Zachary Yan is currently at [[St. Olaf| St. Olaf College]] in Minnesota. Previously he had played for [[Wayzata]] from 2011-2013. He started quizbowl junior year and played on Wayzata's A team at at the [[2012 HSNCT]] and [[2013 HSNCT]] and those teams would place T13 and T50 respectively. Individually, he dubiously won both the 2011 and 2012 Minnesota State History Bee but only went to the 2011 [[National History Bee|Nationals]], where he placed 41st out of 165.
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Zachary Yan played for [[St. Olaf| St. Olaf College]] and [[Wayzata]]. He started quizbowl junior year of high school and played on Wayzata's A team at at the [[2012 HSNCT]] and [[2013 HSNCT]]; those teams placed T13 and T50 respectively. Individually, he won both the 2011 and 2012 Minnesota State History Bee but only went to the 2011 [[National History Bee|Nationals]], where he placed 41st out of 165.
  
After getting banned from QBWiki for half a year, he decided to start editing [[Wikipedia]], where he gets to annoy more editors and ruin more pages. Outrage from the community can be found [http://www.hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=48&t=15767&p=280129&hilit=Zachary+Yan#p280129/ here] and can be found in more detail [http://qbwiki.com/wiki/User_talk:Zachary_Yan here].
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:59, 21 March 2017

Zachary Yan
Noted Subjects:
general
Current Collegiate Team St. Olaf (2013-)
Past Collegiate Teams None
High School Team Wayzata (2011-2013)
Middle School Team None


Zachary Yan played for St. Olaf College and Wayzata. He started quizbowl junior year of high school and played on Wayzata's A team at at the 2012 HSNCT and 2013 HSNCT; those teams placed T13 and T50 respectively. Individually, he won both the 2011 and 2012 Minnesota State History Bee but only went to the 2011 Nationals, where he placed 41st out of 165.