British Student Quiz Championships
The British Student Quiz Championships is a national quizbowl competition that has occurred eleven times, most recently in May 2015. The 2011 BSQC was a revival of a tournament that had been dormant since 2003. Either Oxford or one of its constituent colleges has won ten of the eleven BSQCs. A much more complete history of the BSQC can be found on the QBWiki.
Oxford's winning team (Oxford A) at the 2015 competition consisted of Charlie Clegg, Joey Goldman, Zachary Vermeer and Ewan MacAulay. Full statistics are available online for the prelims and for all games.
Oxford's winning team (Oxford B) at the 2014 competition consisted of Henry Edwards, Hasneen Karbalai, Nikhil Venkatesh and Ewan MacAulay, beating Oxford A (Zachary Vermeer, Joey Goldman, Charlie Clegg, Hugh Binnie) 410-385 in the final. Meanwhile, Oxford D (Sasha Mottaghi-Taromsari, George Corfield, Angus Russell, Dan Siever, Tom Salt) won the undergraduate title. Full statistics are available online for the prelims, playoffs and combined.
Oxford's winning team at the 2013 competition consisted of Alex Bubb, Hasneen Karbalai, Zachary Vermeer and Ewan MacAulay, beating King's College London 625-275 in the final. Meanwhile, Oxford C (Hugh Binnie, Chris Beer, Cameron Quinn, Joey Goldman) won the undergraduate title. Full statistics are available online for the round robin and overall (round robin + finals). Footage of the second final (Oxford A vs KCL) can be found here. A photo of Oxford's winning team can be found here.
Oxford's winning team at the 2012 competition consisted of Alex Bubb,
Kyle Haddad-Fonda, Alison Hudson, and Chris Savory. That team defeated
Oxford C (Hugh Binnie, David Knapp, Tarun Narasimhan, & Victoria
Shore) 520-175 in the first game of an advantaged final to win. Oxford C
won the undergraduate title. Statistics for this tournament are
available here. You can view photographs of the
Oxford's winning team at the 2011 competition consisted of Edmund Dickinson, Aaron Holdway, Zachary Vermeer, and George Woudhuysen. That team defeated Oxford B (Alex Bubb, Matthew Chan, Simon Spiro, & Tom Speller) 460-260 in the first game of an advantaged final to win. A third Oxford team (Tim Hele, Jonathan Lane, Mahdi Malik, Joanna Munro, & Cameron Quinn) defeated Imperial 310-245 in a one-game final to win the undergraduate title. Full statistics for this tournament can be found here, while videos of the Oxford A-Oxford B final and the Oxford B-Cambridge tiebreaker can be found on YouTube.
The BSQC is run with the help of both BuzzerQuiz and NAQT. We expect that Oxford will defend its national title at the eleventh BSQC in 2015.