Jeopardy! National College Championship Game Recap – Tuesday, February 15, 2022 (Quarterfinal #9)

Here are today’s contestants for the Jeopardy! National College Championship for Tuesday, February 15, 2022 (Quarterfinal #9):

Today’s contestants:

Jeric Brual, a senior at New York University
Jeric Brual on Jeopardy!
Raymond Goslow, a senior at Kennesaw State University
Raymond Goslow on Jeopardy!
Lucy Greenman, a senior at the College of William and Mary
Lucy Greenman on Jeopardy!

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Andy’s Pregame Thoughts: The Jeopardy! National College Championship resumes today, with NYU’s Jeric Brual, Kennesaw State’s Raymond Goslow, and William and Mary’s Lucy Greenman—all seniors—taking part today. The winner is coming back in the first semifinal on Thursday to play against Harvard’s Neha Seshadri and the winner of quarterfinal #11 (taking place tomorrow). Jeric has been very active on social media throughout this tournament; I’m sure a bunch of the crew that live-tweets the games will end up cheering for Jeric. (Though, to be honest, all 36 of the players in this tournament are very worthy of your rooting interest.)

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Final Jeopardy! category: Physicists

A 1927 principle by this Nobel Prize winner says that some knowledge is inaccessible

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Correct response: Who is Werner Heisenberg?

Looking to find out who won this Jeopardy! National College Championship match? Tonight’s results are below!

Scores going into Final:
Raymond $25,200
Lucy $8,000
Jeric $7,400

Tonight’s results:
Jeric $7,400 + $601 = $8,001 (Who is Heisenberg?)
Lucy $8,000 + $8,000 = $16,000 (Who is Schr Heisenberg)
Raymond $25,200 + $821 = $26,021 (Who is Heisenberg?) (Semi-Finalist)

Raymond Goslow, today's Jeopardy! National College Championship winner (for quarterfinal #9 on February 15, 2022).

Scores after the Jeopardy! Round:
Raymond $7,000
Jeric $3,000
Lucy $1,200

Daily Double locations:
1) SQUID GAME $800 (clue #7)
Raymond 1600 +1600 (Lucy 800 Jeric 0)
2) ADD/DROP $2000 (clue #15)
Raymond 16600 -2000 (Lucy 3200 Jeric 7000)
3) ISLAND FOLK $2000 (clue #20, $8400 left on board)
Raymond 15400 +5000 (Lucy 4800 Jeric 7000)
Overall Daily Double Efficiency for this game: 120

Unplayed clues:
J! Round: None!
DJ! Round: None!
Total Left On Board: $0

Game Stats:
Raymond $23,400 Coryat, 29 correct, 4 incorrect, 52.63% in first on buzzer (30/57), 0/0 on rebound attempts (on 1 rebound opportunity)
Lucy $8,000 Coryat, 11 correct, 1 incorrect, 19.30% in first on buzzer (11/57), 1/1 on rebound attempts (on 3 rebound opportunities)
Jeric $7,400 Coryat, 9 correct, 1 incorrect, 15.79% in first on buzzer (9/57), 0/1 on rebound attempts (on 4 rebound opportunities)
Combined Coryat Score: $38,800
Lach Trash: $10,200 (on 10 Triple Stumpers)
Coryat lost to incorrect responses (less double-correct responses): $5,000

Lucy Greenman, career statistics:
12 correct, 1 incorrect
1/1 on rebound attempts (on 3 rebound opportunities)
19.30% in first on buzzer (11/57)
0/0 on Daily Doubles
1/1 in Final Jeopardy
Average Coryat: $8,000

Raymond Goslow, career statistics:
30 correct, 4 incorrect
0/0 on rebound attempts (on 1 rebound opportunity)
52.63% in first on buzzer (30/57)
2/3 on Daily Doubles (Net Earned: $4,600)
1/1 in Final Jeopardy
Average Coryat: $23,400

Jeric Brual, career statistics:
10 correct, 1 incorrect
0/1 on rebound attempts (on 4 rebound opportunities)
15.79% in first on buzzer (9/57)
0/0 on Daily Doubles
1/1 in Final Jeopardy
Average Coryat: $7,400

Today’s interviews:
Jeric is on the production crew for Mr. Philippines in New York.
Raymond is the proud owner of a rubber duck collection.
Lucy teaches Hebrew school to kindergarteners and first graders.

Andy’s Thoughts:

  • $23,400 is the best Coryat score of any of the quarterfinalists thus far.

Link to the box score: Jeopardy National College Championship Episode 5 Box Score

Contestant photo credit: ABC/Casey Durkin

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2 Comments on "Jeopardy! National College Championship Game Recap – Tuesday, February 15, 2022 (Quarterfinal #9)"

  1. Michael Johnston | February 16, 2022 at 9:36 am |

    Thanks for the easy FJ! That was kind of a soft pitch for students of the physical sciences. Raymond is hard to figure, but he’s got good overall knowledge, and his buzzer timing is really good.

    • I blew it! Although I’ve been very familiar with the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle for MANY years, the wording of the clue threw me off for some reason. I was looking for something more obscure, which shows how easy it is to be misled by the obvious.

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