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University Challenge results, 2001


These are the results of the series that started on September 4th 2000, ending with the final on 2nd April 2001.

First round
Hull225205Edinburgh
Wycliffe Hall, Oxford180215Sheffield
Birmingham115325Durham
Magdalene, Cambridge85335University, Oxford
University, London265150New, Oxford
Sheffield Hallam265170Bristol
Southampton120240Newnham, Cambridge
Aberdeen145210York
St John's, Oxford195255Birkbeck, London
Manchester240125Sidney Sussex, Cambridge
UMIST110315Balliol, Oxford
Queens', Cambridge170145Welsh College of Medicine
Cranfield80255Imperial, London
Warwick200150Peterhouse, Cambridge
Highest-Scoring Losers
Wycliffe Hall, Oxford110220Bristol
St John's, Oxford300145Edinburgh
Second Round
Birkbeck, London210220University, Oxford
Sheffield Hallam180135Warwick
Queens', Cambridge145170St John's, Oxford
Newnham, Cambridge155200Bristol
York150270Balliol, Oxford
Hull250240Sheffield
Durham140215Imperial, London
University, London105250Manchester
Quarter Finals
University, Oxford285160Sheffield Hallam
St John's, Oxford210175Bristol
Balliol, Oxford160210Hull
Imperial, London225195Manchester
Semi Finals
University, Oxford105220St John's, Oxford
Hull145260Imperial, London
Final
St John's, Oxford195250Imperial, London

The second institution to win two series in the Paxman era is thus Imperial College, London, consisting of Siegfried Hodgson (studying Computing), John Douglas (Civil Engineering), Gavin Estcourt (Computing), and Alexander Campbell (Science Communication). They received their trophy from the Poet Laureate, Andrew Motion.

Winners are given in bold, and the four highest scoring first round losers in italics. An italicised score indicates that the match was decided by a tiebreak.