2017 College Championship: Quarterfinalists

Here are the 15 contestants in this year’s College Championship!

Monday, February 13:
Lilly Chin
Senior, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Decatur, Georgia

Esteban Fernandez
Freshman, San Francisco State University
Coronado, California

Netanel Paley
Senior, Yeshiva University
Teaneck, New Jersey

Tuesday, February 14:
Jennifer Katz
Sophomore, Macalester College
Atlanta, Georgia

Viraj Mehta
Junior, Stanford University
Austin, Texas

Hannah Whisnant
Junior, United States Military Academy
Nokomis, Florida

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Wednesday, February 15:
Alex Bourzutschky
Junior, California Institute of Technology
Potomac, Maryland

Mari Hanley
Junior, Stetson University
Lighthouse Point, Florida

Clarissa Santori
Senior, Northeastern University
Ellicott City, Maryland

Thursday, February 16:
Allison Holley
Senior, Lawrence University
Racine, Wisconsin

Mohan Malhotra
Freshman, New York University
Wilmington, Delaware

Corey Schmalzle
Senior, Lehigh University
Hawley, Pennsylvania

Friday, February 17:
Zach Atwell
Senior, University of Kentucky
Lexington, Kentucky

Julia Marsan
Senior, Georgetown University
Brookfield, Wisconsin

Gary Tse
Freshman, United States Naval Academy
Ellicott City, Maryland

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6 Comments on "2017 College Championship: Quarterfinalists"

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