Stephen Eltinge

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Stephen Eltinge
Noted subjects Physics, Chemistry, Other Science, History, Current Events, Generalist
Current college Yale (2015–present)
Past colleges MIT (2011–2015)
High school Thomas Jefferson (VA) (2008–2011)
Stats HDWhite • NAQT

Stephen Eltinge (pronounced /ˈɛl.tɪŋ/) is a player at Yale and alumnus of MIT and Thomas Jefferson (VA). He was dubbed a "tresure" by Andrew Wang.

Stephen is known for his deep knowledge in science, history, current events, trash, and geography. He was on the Yale teams that won the 2018 ICT and 2019 ICT.

Widely regarded as one of the best active physics players, writers, and editors, Stephen's many writing/editing achievements include 2010 Fall Novice Tournament II, 2011 OLEFIN, 2013 NSC, 2013 ACF Fall, 2015 George Oppen, 2016 MYSTERIUM, 2017 SCT, 2018 ACF Regionals, 2019 PIANO, 2021 ACF Regionals, and 2016–2021 BHSAT.

He is also well-known for his outreach work in building the Massachusetts high school quizbowl circuit. He directed the first annual MIT Fall Tournament, which included reaching out to many high schools in the Boston area that were completely new to quizbowl to build a 28-team field.

Stephen served as the Vice President of Technology of PACE from 2013–2015, and as the Communications Officer of ACF from 2014–2017.

Stephen is married to Olivia Murton.