Jeopardy! National College Championship Game Recap – Tuesday, February 22, 2022 (Final)


Here are today’s contestants for the Jeopardy! National College Championship for Tuesday, February 22, 2022 (Final):


Today’s contestants:

Raymond Goslow, a senior at Kennesaw State University
Raymond Goslow on Jeopardy!
Jaskaran Singh, a senior at University of Texas
Jaskaran Singh on Jeopardy!
Liz Feltner, a senior at Northeastern University
Liz Feltner on Jeopardy!

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Andy’s Pregame Thoughts: Of the three players in this final, Raymond was definitely the most dominant (95 attempts, 61.05% buzzer percentage); Jaskaran has had 83 attempts (57.83% buzzer percentage), and Liz has had just 67 (38.81% on the buzzer). If Liz is able to get more of a hang of the signalling device, though, things could get very interesting. (And after all, that’s why they actually play the game and don’t just hand out the title based on paper.)

Today’s final is a two-game total-point affair, with the score from the first half-hour added to the score to the second half-hour to determine the overall champion.


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Game 1 Final Jeopardy! category: The Periodic Table

Game 1 Final Jeopardy! clue: By 1890, discoveries of 3 “nationalist elements” filled table gaps: Scandium in Sweden, Germanium in Germany, this in France


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Game 1 Final Jeopardy correct response: What is Gallium?


Game 2 Final Jeopardy! category: The 19th Century

Game 2 Final Jeopardy! clue: An 1873 book title gave us this phrase for the period in the late 1800s of growth & prosperity & also greed & corruption


Game 2 Final Jeopardy! correct response: What is the Gilded Age?


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

Scores going into Final, Game 1:
Jaskaran $30,400
Liz $9,800
Raymond $6,600


Tonight’s Game 1 results:
Raymond $6,600 + $6,600 = $13,200 (What is Gallium?)
Liz $9,800 – $4,000 = $5,800 (What is Francium?)
Jaskaran $30,400 + $2,000 = $32,400 (What is Gallium?)


Scores after the Jeopardy! Round, Game 1:
Jaskaran $8,000
Raymond $3,400
Liz $2,200


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Daily Double locations, Game 1:
1) DIGESTING SOME LITERATURE $800 (clue #8)
Jaskaran 3400 +3400 (Liz 0 Raymond 600)
2) THE 18th CENTURY $800 (clue #6)
Jaskaran 10800 +6000 (Liz 3800 Raymond 5400)
3) MYTHIC CONSTELLATIONS $1600 (clue #16, $14000 left on board)
Jaskaran 22800 +10000 (Liz 6200 Raymond 7000)
Overall Daily Double Efficiency for this game: 230


Game Stats, Game 1:
Jaskaran $14,200 Coryat, 20 correct, 6 incorrect, 40.35% in first on buzzer (23/57), 0/0 on rebound attempts (on 3 rebound opportunities)
Raymond $6,600 Coryat, 14 correct, 3 incorrect, 26.32% in first on buzzer (15/57), 1/2 on rebound attempts (on 7 rebound opportunities)
Liz $9,800 Coryat, 15 correct, 1 incorrect, 24.56% in first on buzzer (14/57), 2/2 on rebound attempts (on 8 rebound opportunities)
Combined Coryat Score: $30,600
Lach Trash: $12,600 (on 11 Triple Stumpers)
Coryat lost to incorrect responses (less double-correct responses): $10,800


Scores going into Final, Game 2:
Jaskaran $19,300
Raymond $17,800
Liz $4,600

Tonight’s final results:
Liz $4,600 – $3,000 = $1,600 + $5,800 = $7,400 (3rd Place – $50,000) (What is the Era of Good Feelings?)
Raymond $17,800 + $15,999 = $33,799 + $13,200 = $46,999 (2nd Place – $100,000) (What is the Gilded Age?)
Jaskaran $19,300 + $0 = $19,300 + $32,400 = $51,700 (Winner – $250,000)(What is the Gilded Age?)


Jaskaran Singh, the winner of the Jeopardy! National College Championship.


Scores after the Jeopardy! Round, Game 2:
Jaskaran $7,300
Raymond $4,200
Liz $2,600


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Daily Double locations, Game 2:
1) ALLITERATIVE PHRASES $1000 (clue #20)
Jaskaran 4800 +500 (Liz 2400 Raymond 3600)
2) A STATE CAPITOL IDEA $1200 (clue #4)
Jaskaran 8900 -5000 (Liz 2600 Raymond 7000)
3) DOCUMENTARY SUBJECTS $800 (clue #13, $15600 left on board)
Jaskaran 8300 +5000 (Liz 2600 Raymond 15400)
Overall Daily Double Efficiency for this game: 14


Game Stats, Game 2:
Jaskaran $20,600 Coryat, 28 correct, 4 incorrect, 47.37% in first on buzzer (27/57), 1/2 on rebound attempts (on 3 rebound opportunities)
Raymond $17,800 Coryat, 19 correct, 2 incorrect, 35.09% in first on buzzer (20/57), 1/1 on rebound attempts (on 3 rebound opportunities)
Liz $4,600 Coryat, 7 correct, 1 incorrect, 10.53% in first on buzzer (6/57), 2/2 on rebound attempts (on 4 rebound opportunities)
Combined Coryat Score: $43,000
Lach Trash: $4,400 (on 5 Triple Stumpers)
Coryat lost to incorrect responses (less double-correct responses): $6,600

Liz Feltner, career statistics:
48 correct, 6 incorrect
6/6 on rebound attempts (on 23 rebound opportunities)
19.30% in first on buzzer (44/228)
0/0 on Daily Doubles
2/4 in Final Jeopardy
Average Coryat: $8,450

Jaskaran Singh, career statistics:
97 correct, 16 incorrect
1/2 on rebound attempts (on 13 rebound opportunities)
42.98% in first on buzzer (98/228)
7/9 on Daily Doubles (Net Earned: $21,400)
4/4 in Final Jeopardy
Average Coryat: $17,100

Raymond Goslow, career statistics:
91 correct, 14 incorrect
5/7 on rebound attempts (on 19 rebound opportunities)
39.04% in first on buzzer (89/228)
4/5 on Daily Doubles (Net Earned: $12,600)
3/4 in Final Jeopardy
Average Coryat: $16,900

Today’s interviews:
Raymond wants to get his Master’s degree in library & information science.
Jaskaran worked for a civil rights organization in DC after his freshman year.
Liz did her first triathlon during the pandemic.

Andy’s Thoughts:

  • Congratulations to Jaskaran – he dominated on the signalling device and that led to him finding all six Daily Doubles. It’s hard to beat someone when they find all of the Daily Doubles.
  • Kudos to Raymond for going 6-for-6 at the $2000 level in Game 2, but it wasn’t enough.

Link to the box score: Jeopardy National College Championship Episode 9 Box Score

Contestant photo credit: ABC/Casey Durkin

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16 Comments on "Jeopardy! National College Championship Game Recap – Tuesday, February 22, 2022 (Final)"

  1. Michael Johnston | February 22, 2022 at 9:16 pm |

    I got Gallium (thanks to Caesar) AND The Gilded Age (thanks to Mr. Clemens) 🙂
    Congratulations Jaskaran! And nice work realizing you didn’t need to risk anything in the last FJ.

  2. Debbie Stover | February 22, 2022 at 9:23 pm |

    I do not understand why Jeopardy continues to send out a host who is unable to pronounce words and names correctly. “Edinburgh” is not complicated or arcane. Neither is “nuptials.” Since this clearly is an area of difficulty for Mayim, the show needs to have someone go over the correct pronunciation of each clue’s words with her before each game.

    This is a game about knowledge, about facts, about getting things right. This should not be that difficult.

    • you mean like Alex Trebek saying the word “genre”?

      • Debbie Stover | February 22, 2022 at 11:41 pm |

        He did take it very seriously. And although he took some gentle ribbing from time to time — “genre” perhaps being the most famous example — the care he took in practicing his pronunciation of foreign words and phrases showed he understood how important that was to the game.

        How can you expect the players to know the answers when the host can’t even read the questions properly?

        • The word “genre” is French. Alex was French Canadian and spoke French. He was pronouncing the word the way it’s should be pronounced.

    • Some say tomayto and some say tomahto. Same word just pronounced differently. Do you want to compare IQs with her?

    • Debbie:

      I don’t think your assessment of this situation is as cut-and-dried as you make it out to be, especially as others here appear to have conflicting viewpoints on the matter.

    • Perhaps you should be comparing Mayim to other current hosts, rather than to the legendary deceased host.

  3. Marvin Gregory “Greg” Fuller | February 22, 2022 at 9:32 pm |

    Will Jaskaran play in ToC?

  4. Do you know if there will still be Teen Tournaments in the future? I’m interested in taking the test, just for fun 🙂

  5. Players have gotten SO GOOD that I wish for the ToCs they would create a randomizer that would pick the next clue instead of the prior correct-answer contestant picking one. When it randomly comes up on a Double Jeopardy, let that contestant be the one who gets it or let them all “buzz” for it like any fully-exposed clue. [I recommend the latter.] I just feel like for a panel of REALLY GOOD contestants, I would rather see a game which was being played that way.

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