From Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
aka Peak Resources/Lockeed Martin/Neaera Consulting/Front Range Powder Coating/Metal Distributors&Neaera Robotics
Rookie Year: 2013
Last competed in 2017.
http://www.highlandersFRC.com
Home Championship: Houston, 2017


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Robot Name: Magnetar


Event Results

Team #4499 was 22-18-1 in official play in 2016.

Arizona North Regional

in Flagstaff, AZ 86011, USA
March 9 - March 12, 2016

Team 4499 was Rank 3 with a record of 7-4-1 and won the following awards:

  • Regional Engineering Inspiration Award


Colorado Regional

in Denver, CO 80210, USA
March 23 - March 26, 2016

Team 4499 was Rank 13 with a record of 9-10-0 and won the following awards:

  • Regional Chairman's Award
  • Regional Finalists

Match Red Alliance Blue Alliance Scores
Qualifications
1011 4593 1157 1799 1108 4499 88 79
1799 5763 1619 4068 4499 662 119 113
4418 4593 4499 5318 5493 3729 54 74
4499 2240 4388 5657 2972 1108 106 98
4153 2083 4499 1332 1592 2972 81 97
2996 2036 159 3200 4499 1977 95 47
3807 1592 4735 4499 2036 1011 72 95
3230 5657 4499 1339 2259 1410 130 92
5899 3288 1584 2972 4550 4499 88 94
662 4944 2945 1245 4499 1138 95 75
3729 4499 1410 3200 5485 1303 93 37
Quarterfinals
4499 3288 1339 4944 662 4068 133 141
4499 3288 1339 4944 662 4068 101 96
4499 3288 1339 2261 662 4068 139 95
Semifinals
1138 1410 4418 4499 3288 1339 113 108
1138 1410 4418 4499 3288 1339 113 117
1138 1410 4418 4499 3288 1339 116 142
Finals
1011 1619 4550 4499 3288 1339 162 118
1011 1619 4550 4499 3288 1339 183 76

Galileo Division

in St. Louis, MO, USA
April 27 - April 30, 2016

Team 4499 was Rank 15 with a record of 6-4-0 and won the following awards:

  • Gracious Professionalism Award sponsored by Johnson & Johnson


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