In this game, teams earned points by placing small and large balls into goals. Extra points were awarded at the end if the robot and stretcher were in the End Zone. Our team competed at the Motorola Midwest Regional, and made it all the way to the finals, along with several alliance members – Team 9, Roosevelt RoboRiders, Team 468, Aftershock, Team 109, and Team 6, The CogSquad. Not only that; we also won the Delphi: “Driving Tomorrow’s Technology” Award! At the National Championships, our team made it further than any other year prior. We finished as Galileo Division Runners-Up, allied with – Team 128, The Bobcats, Team 249, The Bulldogs, Team 108, SigmaC@T, and fellow Indiana Team 45, Technokats Robotics Team.

2001

2001 Jason Beisel, Charles Benson, Andrew Bolyard, Kim Boner, Benjamin Cochran, Steven Cohen, James Crowder, Viktor Cybulskis, John Federnok, Tim Flora, Pritha Gupta, Nathanael Huffman, Jeff Kish, Eric Laake, Elizabeth Levine, Chris Paolucci, Kyle Peczkowski, Ryan Plantz, Scott Snyder, Albert Tsai, Mike Vorenkamp

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