Over the weekend, Crimson Robotics competed in the Lake Superior Regional tournament, as one of 63 teams from Minnesota, Wisconsin, and North Dakota.
Our team made it almost all the way, ultimately being eliminated in the semi-finals.
In addition to performing well, the team won the Entrepreneurship Award which recognizes the team that has best developed the framework for a comprehensive business plan to scope, manage, and achieve team objectives.
Carter Herman (11th grade) was named a Dean’s List Finalist, which puts him in the running for the Championship (worldwide) Dean’s List in April. This award recognizes passionate student leaders who demonstrate exemplary effectiveness at attaining the ideals of FIRST (the non-profit that runs our robotics competition). A few weeks ago, Suchet Ketkar (11th grade) was also named as a finalist for the Dean’s List through our fall robotics program.
The team will be competing again over spring break in Chicago. Watch for news as the date approaches!