The game objective in 2004 was to have the robots collect and pass 13″ balls to the human player, who would then shoot them into fixed and movable goals. The endgame objective was for the robots to hang from a bar. During this season, our team competed at the St. Louis Regional and the Midwest Regional, where we won our second consecutive Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Entrepreneurship award We also competed at the National Championship in the Galileo Division.

2004

2004 Imran Bhutta, Michael Bowyer, Kyle Brownfield, Zach Burk, Chad Carrico, Michael Cummins, Laurie Duncan, Paul Gulas, Jon Jo, Daniel Kish, Alex Lewis, Eli Miller, Harsha Musunuru, Anderson Nascimento, Matt Ridenour, Jay Slaggert, Kyle Wilson, Chris Zaseck, Kevin Zaseck

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