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Chicago
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Location:
Chicago, IL
Current President or Coach Robert Condron
National championships ACF: 1993, 1994, 1999, 2000, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2018
ICT Div. I: 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2016, 2024
ICT Div. II: 2005, 2009, 2016, 2018
UCT: 2023
NCT: 1990, 1994, 1999, 2003
NAQT Page link

The University of Chicago is a private university in Chicago, Illinois. Its quizbowl team is noted for being consistently excellent, claiming many national titles since the early 1990s. Due to their success and tendency to continually receive strong high school players, Chicago is sometimes jokingly referred to as the "evil empire of quizbowl."

Tournaments

In addition to frequently hosting ACF events, the University of Chicago was home to the annual Chicago Open and its assorted side events from 1999 to 2017, after which it moved to Northwestern.

Current Players

Former Players

Leadership

Current Officers are Robert Condron (President), Ned Tagtmeier (Vice President for Finance), Jay Kim (Vice President for Club Activities), Nermeen Rahman (Vice President for Club Activities), Ezra Santos (Web Chair), and Liam Starnes (Social Chair).

Past Presidents include: Vivek Sasse (2022-2023), Ben Miller (2021-2022), Matthew Lehmann (2020-2021), Tim Morrison (2019-2020), Samir Khan (2018-2019), Jason Zhou (2017-2018), Max Schindler (2015-2017), Michael Coates (2014-2015), Connie Prater (2013-2014), Tracy Lee (2012-2013), Matt Menard (spring quarter 2012), Sam Bailey (2011-2012), Jimmy Ready (2010-2011), Michael Arnold (2009-2010), David Seal (2007-2009), Nolan Esser (fall quarter 2007), Seth Teitler (2006-2007), Tim McElroy (2005-2006), Nick Poulos (2004-2005), Kathleen Moriarty (2003-2004), Susan Ferrari (acting, fall quarter 2003), Peter Onyisi (2002-2003), Mike Altman (2000-2002), John Tangren (1999-2000), Mike Zarren (??-1999), Christian Edstrom, John Edwards, Peter Freeman, Rob Greenspoon, Erin McKean, and Anand Raman.

Title succession

ACF Title Succession

ACF Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Tennessee
1993, 1994
Harvard
ACF Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Virginia
1999, 2000
Michigan
ACF Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Berkeley
2004
Michigan
ACF Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Texas A&M
2007, 2008, 2009
Stanford
ACF Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Maryland
2018
Columbia

NAQT Title Succession

NAQT ICT Division I Overall Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
None
1997
Stanford
NAQT ICT Division I Overall Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Stanford
1999
Illinois
NAQT ICT Division I Overall Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Illinois
2001
Michigan
NAQT ICT Division I Overall Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Michigan
2003
Berkeley
NAQT ICT Division I Overall Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Berkeley
2007
Maryland
NAQT ICT Division I Overall Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Maryland
2009
Chicago
NAQT ICT Division I Overall Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Chicago
2010
Minnesota
NAQT ICT Division I Overall Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Virginia
2016
Michigan
NAQT ICT Division I Overall Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Cornell
2024
tbd


NAQT ICT Division II Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
UCLA
2005
Stanford
NAQT ICT Division II Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Carleton College
2009
Brown
NAQT ICT Division II Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Texas
2016
Berkeley

College Bowl Title Succession

College Bowl Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Minnesota
1990
Rice
College Bowl Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Virginia
1994
Harvard
College Bowl Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Michigan
1999
Michigan
College Bowl Nationals Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Michigan
2003
Minnesota

Unofficial title succession

ACF Nationals Undergraduate Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Harvard
2006
Carleton College
ACF Nationals Division II Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Harvard
2005
Illinois

External Links

Official Website