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Here’s how the Penn State “College Bowl” team featuring Hempfield alumni made it to the semifinals on NBC’s quiz show.local news

In the 1983 Sugar Bowl, Penn State’s Nittany Lions football team won its first national championship against the University of Georgia’s Bulldogs. Next Friday night, October 28, Penn State will once again face Georgia on the national stage. Now for the academic grid.

Hempfield High School alumnus Ryan Zhang and his teammates on Pennsylvania State University’s Capital One College Bowl team may have lost a game on Friday night, Oct. 21, on an episode of the NBC TV Academic Quiz Contest. , anyway the semi-finals next week.

Lancaster’s Chan’s Penn State team. Levi Showalter of Milmont, Union County. Wilmington, Delaware’s Emma Foley lost a game to a team from Utah’s Brigham Young University at a show hosted by former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning and his brother Cooper Manning.

However, Penn State’s final score against BYU was higher than the other losing teams that night, UC Santa Barbara and Syracuse.

Penn State is one of six teams competing for four slots in the semifinals of next week’s “College Bowl” episode. The semifinals he airs October 28 at 8 p.m. and the final airs on NBC at 9 p.m. Pennsylvania State will play against Georgia State, while Columbia will play against her BYU.

On Friday night’s episode, the Penn State team had to answer questions on a variety of topics, from nutrition to mythology, current events to history.

A 2019 Hempfield High School graduate and now a math and physics major at Penn State University, Chan was a member of the state championship Hempfield Quiz Bowl team during his senior year. He is also a middle school quiz king, As a member of the 2015 Centerville Middle School Quiz Bowl Team that won the Lancaster Lebanese Middle School Quiz Bowl Tournament.

according to of advance state A website featuring Penn State news, Chan’s specialties on the Penn State team include physics, mathematics, mythology, and classical music.the website reported that Chan and his two teammates didn’t know each other until the day before the first qualifying episode of the Capital One College Bowl aired in September.

https://lancasteronline.com/news/local/heres-how-penn-states-college-bowl-team-featuring-a-hempfield-grad-did-in-bid-for/article_6372922e-51ab-11ed-be54-3bfb2a29023a.html Here’s how the Penn State “College Bowl” team featuring Hempfield alumni made it to the semifinals on NBC’s quiz show.local news

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