This year the game objective was to collect plastic storage containers and stack them on the appropriate side of the field. The score was determined by the location of the robots and containers at the end of the game, as well as the height of the stacks. Our team participated in the Pittsburgh Regional and the Midwest Regional, where we won the Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Entrepreneurship award. We also competed at Nationals in the Curie Division.

2003

2003 Collin Anderson, Kevin Domonkos, Chris Durski, Mark Freitag, Chad Husband, Missy Levine, Billy Grace, Matthew Phares, Brandon Porowski, Arvind Sharma, Rebeccah Taber, Ted Williams, Greg Wilson

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