|Noted Subjects: |
Physics, Chemistry, Other Science, History, Current Events, Generalist
|Current Collegiate Team||Yale (2015-present)|
|Past Collegiate Teams||MIT (2011-2015)|
|High School Team||Thomas Jefferson (VA) (2008-2011)|
|Middle School Team||None|
Stephen's deep science, history, current events, trash, and geography knowledge made him the second scorer on the Yale team that won the 2019 ICT, coming on the heels of a strong performance on the title-winning squad at the 2018 ICT.
Widely regarded as one of the best active physics players, writers, and editors, Stephen's achievements include writing/editing for Fall Novice Tournament II, OLEFIN, the 2013 NSC, 2015's George Oppen, 2016's MYSTERIUM, the 2017 SCT, and 2018 ACF Regionals.
He is also well-known for his outreach work in building the Massachusetts high school quizbowl circuit; his directorship of the first annual MIT Fall Tournament included reaching out to many high schools in the Boston area that were completely new to quizbowl to build a 28-team field.