Meet the Semifinalists in the Jeopardy! National College Championship
The Jeopardy! National College Championship quarterfinal games wrapped on Wednesday with 12 bright students from across the nation advancing to the semifinals.
Each scholar is now one step closer to competing for the $250,000 grand prize and the title of Jeopardy! National College Champion after going head-to-head in the first segment of the collegiate tournament.
The semifinal games, which kick off Thursday, will consist of a total of four matchups.
See which colleges and universities the semifinalists will be representing in the roster below:
Brandeis University – Joey Kornman, a junior majoring in Classical Studies from West Hartford, Conn.
Carnegie Mellon University – Kristin Donegan, a senior majoring in Biological Sciences from Towson, Md.
Georgetown University – Nam Vu, a senior majoring in Environmental Biology from Farmingdale, N.J.
Harvard University – Neha Seshadri, a senior majoring in Economics from Ann Arbor, Mich.
Kennesaw State University – Raymond Goslow, a senior majoring in Geospatial Sciences from Austell, Ga.
Louisiana State University – Stephen Privat, a junior majoring in Political Science from Lafayette, La.
Northeastern University – Liz Feltner, a senior majoring in Political Science and Business Administration from Baton Rouge, La.
Pomona College – Lauren Rodriguez, a senior majoring in Public Policy and Sociology from Moraga, Calif.
Stanford University – Isaac Applebaum, a junior majoring in Computational Biology from Bethesda, Md.
University of Minnesota – Emmey Harris, a sophomore majoring in History from Lincoln, Neb.
University of Texas at Austin – Jaskaran Singh, a senior majoring in Finance and Economics from Plano, Texas
University of Virginia – Megan Sullivan, a junior majoring in Classics from Burke, Va.