|Current President or Coach||Bren Belovarac|
George Washington or GW is a college in Washington, D.C. that has fielded a successful quizbowl team in the past. During the 1990s and early 2000s they fielded an active team that was something of a rival to the Maryland team and reached various nationals. In the mid 2000s to 2007-2008 the team was relatively inactive, usually attending only non-packet submission tournaments in close proximity to DC, but for 2008-2009 has revived a bit.
In the 1990s, George Washington hosted the Presidential Invitational Tournament, renamed to the Juan Carlos Viscerra Invitational Tournament in 1994. From 1995-1996 and 1999-2002, GW hosted the Beltway Bandits series of trash tournaments. It also hosted at least one incarnation of Capitol Punishment, another trash tournament.
The Campus Challenge TV series was filmed at GW in the span of two days during September, 1994; GW's team placed second to Harvard. This is one of the few times where a team that lost the first round of a single-elimination tournament became the eventual champion. As the producer's self-created buzzer system failed, it was replaced in Game 2 by GW's Quizmatic buzzer system, and then Yale's.