| Location: |
St. Louis, MO
|Current President or Coach||Charles Hang|
Washington University in St. Louis (also known as WUSTL or Wash U) is a private university in St. Louis, Missouri. The Washington University Academic Team (or WUAT) plays in the Midwest circuit and is led by Charles Hang. Each year WUSTL hosts several tournaments, the largest of which is WUHSAC in the spring.
In the 2008-2009 season, WUAT qualified for the 2009 NAQT ICT by virtue of being an NAQT SCT host. The Division I team placed 20th, while the Division II team tied for 10th. Division I player Gordon Arsenoff was a tournament All-Star, coming in sixth overall. 
The WUSTL team's first tournament of the 2009-2010 season was the Illinois mirror of Early Fall Tournament 4. The B team finished 16th while the A team finished 18th.  The team took 2nd place at ACF Fall 2009, hosted by Missouri.  The WUSTL house team also took first at GIT XIV. 
WUSTL C, a team of Kefu Lu and Joel Muskin-Pierret, placed first at their mirror of ACF Novice. Charles Hang and Joel Muskin-Pierret won ACF Fall. A team of Charles Hang, Joel Muskin-Pierret, David Hollander-Urbach, and Peter Glaser won the 2011 Midwest SCT D-II title, while their D-I team, consisting of Gordon Arsenoff, won the D-I title.
The team was the subject of an article in Student Life, the campus newspaper.
WUSTL prides itself on its track record of excellence in hosting tournaments at various levels.
Washington University runs WUHSAC, a PACE NSC qualifier, every spring semester. It was run on housewritten questions through 2012 before becoming a mirror of Yale's BHSAT in 2013. WUHSAC is affiliated with the Missouri Quizbowl Alliance.
Gateway Invitational Tournament
On Campus Tournament
WUAT held an on-campus tournament through the 2010 season. Until 2008, this was a CBI Campus Tournament. After the collapse of CBI, it was a house-written event in 2008 which was mirrored by Carnegie Mellon.
This list is currently incomplete
- Gordon Arsenoff
- John Ahlfield
- Raj Bhan
- Andrew Brantley
- Seth Ebner
- Spencer Fish
- Joel Gluskin
- Neel Kotra
- Jason Paik
- Sean Phillips
- Charlie Steinhice spent all or part of one season at WUSTL at the very beginning of his career.
- Richard Yu