East Brunswick

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East Brunswick High School
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Location:
East Brunswick, NJ
Club President Lillian Zhu, Saketh Mandayam
Coaches Lorna Fitzpatrick-Laurie, Coach (2015-)
Lisa Cunkelman, Assistant Coach (2020-)
State Championships 2008 NAQT
National Championships 1994 NAC
National Appearances Pyramidal:
HSNCT: 2006-2009, 2012, 2015-2019, 2021
NHBB: 2021
ONCT: 2021
Non-pyramidal:
NAC: 1994, 2003
PAC: 1992
TOC: 1997
Program Status Active
School Size ~2100
NAQT Page link

East Brunswick High School, usually acronymized EB, is a public high school in East Brunswick, New Jersey. They frequently rank among the top teams at both local and national tournaments. They are particularly known for their very strong history players. Their program has existed since at least 1992, although the team played "Chip Bowl" at events like the NAC at that time. They played an NAQT tournament in 1997, and returned briefly in 2002. Starting from the 2005-2006 season, they have attended tournaments every year. EB has been hosting the annual Funfest tournament since 2016 and the annual Pre-Nationals tournament since 2017.

Current Roster

The high school only includes grades 10-12, so there are no freshman players on the team.

East Brunswick roster
Upperclassmen

Seniors (Class of 2022)

  • Amy Xu
  • Lillian Zhu
  • Saketh Mandayam

Juniors (Class of 2023)

  • Amitav Narayan
  • Ashrith Mandayam
  • Jaden He
  • Kevin May
  • Krishna Meegada
  • Mark Tawfik
  • Matthew Lee
  • Shreya Bhardwaj
  • Simon Emmanuel
  • Tanuj Chandekar
  • Vishva Gajaraj


Underclassmen

Sophomores (Class of 2024)

  • TBD

Freshmen

  • N/A

Other Players

  • N/A
Coach/President
  • Mrs. Lorna Fitzpatrick-Laurie (Coach)
  • Mrs. Lisa Cunkelman (Assistant Coach)
  • Lillian Zhu (TD) (A)
  • Saketh Mandayam (C)



Key

(C) Captain

(A) Alternate Captain

Notable Alumni

Note: College affiliation only listed for alumni who continued to play in college.

2006

2008

  • Jonah Feldman
  • Nitin Viswanathan
  • Paul Shi
  • Vayu Kishore

2009

  • Arun Nanduri
  • Steven Abrams
  • Tom Wang

2010

  • Stephen Smilowitz

2011

  • Indraneel Purohit
  • Karen Nan
  • Michael Abrams
  • Tony Song (Chicago)

2012

2013

  • Brendan Gilmartin
  • David Schafer
  • Dhriti Kishore
  • Paras Shah (NYU)

2014

  • Abhisek Grami
  • Sachin Shanbhag
  • Yakau Feldman

2015

  • Amil Vira
  • Anton Maliev (Rutgers)
  • Jennisten Francis
  • Nikhil Gahlot
  • Shravan Balaji (Penn)

2016

2017

  • Alice Zhang
  • Derek Kuldinow (Yale)
  • Gowtham Balaji

2018

2019

2020

2021