The game objectives for this year were to score balls into goals and place the robots in designated areas by the end of the match. Our team competed at the Motorola Midwest Regional, and won the Featherweight in the Finals award. For our third year, we competed at the National Championships at Epcot Center in Florida. 

2000

2000 Brianne Bergeman, Dan Burk, Adam DeVon, Steve Dunaway, Eric Fagerman, Kathryn Fountain, George Giltner, Michele Harvey, Alexander Hess, Chrissy Hilbert, Kristopher Keller, Tim Kelly, Carlos Kemeny, Glenna Meister, Andrew Krouse, Liz Shay, Jeff Smith, Chris Stinson, Krista Tagliaferri, Le Tran, Mike Erickson, Matt Young, Matt Zerfas

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