Arlington Woman Wins First Round of Jeopardy Tournament

Arlington resident Liz Murphy has advanced to the semifinals of the Jeopardy Tournament of Champions. The foreign service officer and Arlington Public Library regular roundly beat her two opponents — both returning Jeopardy champions — on last night’s show.

Murphy will compete in the semifinals next week. The tournament’s top prize is $250,000 cash.

Check out an interview of Murphy here.

Jeopardy airs at 7:30 p.m. on WJLA (Channel 7).

Photo courtesy “Jeopardy!” Productions, Inc.

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