Wayzata finishes in the Sweet 16 in the National Science Bowl

Left to right: Karen Hibbs, Ganesh Raman, Gaurav Singh, Larry Lee, Rohit Agrawal, Duligur Ibeling. Submitted photo.

The Wayzata Science Bowl team finished in the Sweet 16 in the Country last evening at the US Department of Energy’s National Science Bowl being held in Washington D.C.  Congratulations!

Submitted photo.

Team Members: Rohit Agrawal is a senior whose favorite subjects are math and computer science. He scored a perfect 2,400 on the SAT, is a National AP Scholar and won the Siemens Foundation Scholarship for outstanding performance on AP science/math tests. As a junior, he qualified for the summer MIT Research Science Institute. He is captain of the Math and Science Bowl Teams but also enjoys Science Olympiad, Quiz Bowl and Knowledge Master Open. He volunteers at the library and with an organization that promotes education of disadvantaged children in India. He hopes to be a professor in mathematics and/or theoretical computer science.

Larry Lee is a senior whose favorite subjects are math, astrophysics, and music. He is a National AP Scholar. His love of the clarinet (having played nine years) has led to his being the principal player in Wayzata High School’s top band and in the Minnesota All-State Band. He participates in Quiz Bowl, Math team, ARML (Math League) and Gaming Club. He volunteers at his local library and at a residence for people with developmental disabilities. He is undecided in his career goals, though he is looking into dentistry or possibly graduate school after college.

Duligur Ibeling is a junior whose favorite subjects range from mathematics, physics, and chemistry to Latin, Ancient Greek, and Old Norse. He is an AP Scholar with Distinction. He is the founder of his school’s Latin Club, and a member of Science Bowl, Quiz Bowl, Science Olympiad, Math team, and Knowledge Master Open. He works on research projects at University of Minnesota and volunteers at North Memorial Hospital, Hennepin County Library and Bakken Science Museum. He plans to attend one of the top research universities majoring in science, with the goal of being a science researcher in the future.

Ganesh Raman is a senior whose favorite subjects include geography, geology, and chemistry. He is an
National AP Scholar and National Merit Finalist. He participates in Science Olympiad, Quiz Bowl, and NHS. His interest in singing has led to being named the Carnatic Star of Minnesota 2010; winning awards at Carnatic vocal competitions held in Cleveland, Chicago, and Detroit; and professionally performing Carnatic vocal concerts and tours internationally. He teaches Indian classical music and volunteers as a language tutor. He plans to major in geology and then go to medical school specializing in pathology and move back to India.

Gaurav Singh is a senior whose favorite subject is math. He is co-captain of the Math team, and also enjoys
Science Bowl and Quiz Bowl. He hasn’t chosen a college yet, but is currently considering MIT and Caltech. He is unsure of his career goals, but wants to do something related to math or science. Gaurav is excited to compete at the National Science Bowl.

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