From Newton, New Jersey, USA
aka PackDevCo/Edward Griffiths/NASA/National Defense Education Program/Johnson & Johnson/ThorLabs&Newton High
Rookie Year: 2010
http://newtonroboticsteam.org/
Home Championship: St. Louis, 2017 | Detroit, 2018+


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Curie Division

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Match Red Alliance Blue Alliance
* 1714 1241 5155 494 3142 2791
* 5980 3142 329 2481 6381 2410
* 5222 935 230 1720 4522 3142

Event Results

Team #3142 was 20-22-3 in official play in 2017.

MAR District - Mount Olive Event

in Flanders, NJ 07836, USA
March 10 - March 12, 2017

Team 3142 was Rank 14 with a record of 6-7-1 and won the following awards:

  • Entrepreneurship Award sponsored by Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers


MAR District - Bridgewater-Raritan Event

in Bridgewater, NJ 08807, USA
March 17 - March 19, 2017

Team 3142 was Rank 3 with a record of 8-5-1 and won the following awards:

  • District Engineering Inspiration Award
  • Safety Award sponsored by Underwriters Laboratories


FIRST Mid-Atlantic District Championship sponsored by Johnson & Johnson

in Bethlehem, PA 18015, USA
April 5 - April 8, 2017

Team 3142 was Rank 49 with a record of 4-7-1 and won the following awards:

  • Regional Engineering Inspiration Award


Curie Division

in St. Louis, MO, USA
April 26 - April 29, 2017

Team 3142 was Rank 34 with a record of 2-3-0

Match Red Alliance Blue Alliance Scores
Qualifications
3142 3098 2457 5885 5086 2252 298 315
4039 2791 1086 3142 2500 3293 300 305
3142 71 384 203 470 3386 352 307
6613 449 4917 2056 3929 3142 375 329
1598 747 3142 4946 6630 3260 209 345
1714 1241 5155 494 3142 2791 *
5980 3142 329 2481 6381 2410 *
5222 935 230 1720 4522 3142 *
1675 5553 4500 234 3142 449 *
6075 4272 2534 3142 101 6630 *

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