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Northeastern’s Liz Feltner takes third in ‘Jeopardy’ college championship

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A watch party is held in the Northeastern Curry Student center for student Liz Feltner as she competes in the finals of Jeopardy on Feb. 22, 2022.

Liz Feltner watched on as her run in the “Jeopardy!” National College Championship wrapped up Tuesday night, surrounded by a rowdy crowd of Husky supporters rooting for the fifth-year political science major who beat out 33 students to get to the finals.

She came in third place in a rapid-fire, two-episode contest against Raymond Goslow of Kennesaw State University and Jaskaran Singh of the University of Texas at Austin, who gained a steep lead in the first half-hour episode and ended up winning the first prize of $250,000.

Friends and supporters packed into the Curry Student Center to cheer on their fellow Husky as she responded to clues about the color of Bradley Cooper’s eyes, the Black Eyed Peas, and use of the term “Gucci” to mean good. The final round of the “Jeopardy” tournament had been filmed previously and aired on Tuesday, allowing Feltner to revel in the journey with her Northeastern community.

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