From Tucson, Arizona, USA
aka Xerocraft Hackerspace/Donald Pitt Family Foundation/Helen and Marvin Meistrich/Caruso's Italian Restaurant/Cathode Corner/University of AZ College of Engineering/Raytheon Employees/Steven Forbes&City High School
Rookie Year: 2012
Last competed in 2018.
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Home Championship: Houston, 2017


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Robot Name: Stack Overflow


Event Results

Overall, team 4183 had an average qual score of 82.06 and an average playoff score of 138.57 in 2015.

Central Valley Regional

in Madera, CA, USA
March 5 - March 8, 2015

Team 4183 was Rank 36 with an average qual score of 37.50


Arizona East Regional

in Chandler, AZ, USA
March 18 - March 21, 2015

Team 4183 was Rank 3 with an average qual score of 65.17 and an average playoff score of 138.57 and won the following awards:

  • Regional Winners
  • Creativity Award sponsored by Xerox

Match Red Alliance Blue Alliance Scores
Qualifications
498 4111 1633 4183 1011 3048 14 27
1828 3133 4183 2375 3048 5207 42 15
4183 3785 5207 3944 4841 1700 65 46
5539 996 3021 2449 4183 1165 52 25
1165 3158 4160 4496 4183 2662 38 44
5475 60 2403 2478 996 4183 96 60
3853 4018 1290 5475 5539 4183 26 74
4183 842 1492 4841 2662 2478 102 57
1828 4146 1492 4111 2647 4183 30 32
2375 4183 3187 842 498 2840 96 78
3019 4183 3853 3187 698 2647 116 54
698 498 4183 1633 1290 1538 99 110
Quarterfinals
3944 4183 4146 3853 1290 3133 133 34
3944 4183 4146 4160 1700 3785 140 46
Semifinals
3944 4183 4146 3021 1165 2647 116 63
3944 4183 4146 2486 498 1828 128 74
3944 4183 4146 60 1538 4496 153 57
Finals
3944 4183 4146 60 1538 4496 168 146
3944 4183 4146 60 1538 4496 132 117

Carver Division

in St. Louis, MO, USA
April 22 - April 25, 2015

Team 4183 was Rank 12 with an average qual score of 146.90


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