By Leanne Smith | firstname.lastname@example.org
October 17, 2012 at 8:24 PM, updated October 18, 2012 at 12:28 AM
ADRIAN, MI – Her run on “Jeopardy!” ended Wednesday, but Stephanie Jass has left her mark on the show.
Host Alex Trebek was wrong when he said Jass’ seventh victory had tied her for the most consecutive wins by a woman on the show.
Jass told annarbor.com today that she really tied the record, set in 2008 by Larissa Kelly, with her win on Monday and beat the mark with her win on Tuesday.
It also turns out that Jass ranks in the top 10 of “Jeopardy!” champions who’ve won seven or more games, Trebek said on Wednesday. And the $147,570 the 42-year-old Adrian College associate professor of American history has won also puts her among the top 15 winners in the history of the games.
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