|Current President or Coach||Cormac Beirne|
|National championships||No ICT or ACF Nats titles|
McGill University is an anglophone university in Montreal, Quebec. A trivia club was established in the 2002-03 season.
McGill's club was founded in 2003 by Andrew Segal and Jon Klein, two alumni of the Community Hebrew Academy of Toronto. McGill qualified for the 2005 ICT, 2006 ICT, 2007 ICT, and but attended only in 2005, 2006. From this time until 2014, the team had no meeting room and was forced to play in the student bar. From 2008-2012, Hunter Book annually led several McGill teams to the Ottawa Hybrid Tournament and SCT; however, the club did not attend any American championships.
After 2013, the McGill Trivia Club underwent several years of expansion, largely thanks to the administrative management of Joe Su. At the 2014 ICT, a Division II team of Joe Su, Derek So, Sebastian Drake and Sam Baker finished third after losing to Northwestern in a winner-makes-finals game. From 2016-2019, the team of Derek So, Daniel Lovsted, Akhil Garg, and Joe Su put up the best DI ICT (2017, 8th) and ACF Nationals (2019, 7th) finishes in school history and won most regional Canadian championships.
During the 2019 McGill mascot rebranding, the ICT team auctioned off naming rights for charity. The drive raised $850 for the Native Women's Shelter of Montreal, but a last minute push by rival Toronto caused the players to travel to Chicago with shirts emblazoned "Fartlets".
After hosting Quebec Bowl in 2005 and 2006 SCT, prohibitive room booking costs resulted in the club travelling to Ontario or the US for every tournament. McGill returned to hosting in the online era with 2020 ACF Fall. The school hosted its first in-person tournament in 17 years with 2023 ACF Regionals.
- Cormac Beirne (President)
- Nadia Dakdouki (VP Finance)
- Francis Dinh (VP Internal)
- Nicolas Edwards (VP External)
- Jacob Van Oorschot (VP Training and Operations)
- Kevin Fan
- Russell Valerio
- Catey Fifield
- Minh-Tuan Phung
National Tournament Results
|2005 DII ICT||12th||Jonathan Klein, Angus Cepka, Andrew Segal, John Dingle|
|2006 DI ICT||28th||Jonathan Klein, Angus Cepka, Andrew Segal, John Dingle|
|2014 DII ICT||3rd||Derek So, Samuel Baker, Joe Su, Sebastian Drake|
|2015 DI ICT||27th||Derek So, Joe Su, Sebastian Drake, Stefanie Schoeneman|
|2015 DII ICT||18th||Daniel Lovsted, Andreas Loken, Jeffrey Liang, Sacha Guilbaud|
|2015 ACF Nationals||22nd||Derek So, Joe Su, Sebastian Drake|
|2016 DI ICT||17th||Derek So, Daniel Lovsted, Joe Su, Sebastian Drake|
|2016 DII ICT||17th||Gilbert Hsyu, Koji Shiromoto, Hugh Hamilton, Jack Guo|
|2016 ACF Nationals||24th||Derek So, Joe Su, Sebastian Drake|
|2017 DI ICT||8th||Derek So, Daniel Lovsted, Akhil Garg, Joe Su|
|2018 DI ICT||11th||Derek So, Daniel Lovsted, Akhil Garg, Joe Su, Jack Guo|
|2018 DII ICT||14th||Henry Atkins, Austen Friesacher, Nikko Ong|
|2018 ACF Nationals||18th||Derek So, Daniel Lovsted, Akhil Garg, Joe Su|
|2019 DI ICT||15th||Derek So, Daniel Lovsted, Akhil Garg, Joe Su|
|2019 ACF Nationals||7th||Derek So, Daniel Lovsted, Akhil Garg, Joe Su|
|2022 DI ICT||30th||Henry Atkins, Simone Valade, Nadia Dakdouki|
|2022 DII ICT||9th||Cormac Beirne, Devan Greevy, Kais Jessa, Minh-Tuan Phung|
|2022 ACF Nationals||25th||Henry Atkins, Kevin Fan, Cormac Beirne, Simone Valade|
|2023 ACF Nationals||27th||Kevin Fan, Cormac Beirne, Jacob van Oorschot, Max Chemtov|
Bolding denotes school-best finish for a tournament; italics denote individual all-star.