UPDATE: Amy Schneider won the game Dec. 29, moving her to 21 wins, giving her the record for the most wins by a woman in the show’s history. The win also put her fourth on the all-time regular game earnings list with a total of $768,600 over the last 21 games.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — A question about the Columbus Crew helped a woman tie a record on “Jeopardy!”
Amy Schneider, an engineering manager from San Diego, Ca., tied the game’s record for most wins by a woman in the Dec. 28 episode.
It was during that game that Schneider answered a question regarding the Columbus soccer club.
The question: “The coach of this Columbus MLS team hopes they don’t mutiny.”
The Crew tweeted video of the question and Schneider’s answer.
Schneider, who provides a post-episode rundown on her Twitter account, explained why she knew the answer, saying she had the best sports experience of her life at Crew Stadium.
This also received a retweet response from the team.
Schneider looks to win her 21st game Wednesday, which would give her sole possession of the record for most wins by a woman on the show.