2019

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2018

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division 6th Seed Alliance Captain

SAN DIEGO REGIONAL

Regional Semifinalist Imagery Award

EL PASO REGIONAL

Regional Winner Excellence in Engineering Award

LONE STAR SOUTH REGIONAL

Regional Winner Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational Indiana Robotics Invitational

2017

FIRST Championship

Quarterfinalists, Roebling Division

Hub City Regional

Regional Chairman's Award Regional Semifinalist Industrial Safety Award

Greater Kansas City Regional

Regional Winner

Lone Star North Regional

Regional Semifinalist Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Quarterfinalist, Texas UIL State Championship Quarterfinalist, Texas Robot Invitational Semifinalist, Texas Robot Roundup Finalist, The Remix

2016

Alamo Regional

Regional Finalist 4th Seed

Rocket City Regional

Regional Semifinalist 7th Seed

Lone Star Regional

Regional Semifinalist Innovation in Control Award Industrial Safety Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas Robot Invitational Indiana Robotics Invitational Semifinalist, TRR UIL State Championship

LET'S BUILD OUR partnership TODAY

Together we can

CRyptonite graduates are

Sponsoring CRyptonite

Recent Sponsor Headlines

Bechtel Collaboration Day

CRyptonite, along with other Bechtel sponsored teams Team 5892, Energy Heroes, and Team 4693, RoboSpartans met at the RSC to discuss strategy and talk about progress in building their competition robot. The day started with a presentation from Bechtel Engineer, Matt Vogeleand then each team gave a talk about their design process. We then gave […]

MTS Barbecue Demo

On November 7th, Team 624 participated in the Marine Technological Society Barbecue, showing off two of our robots, Sidewinder and Thor. CRyptonite students enjoyed excellent barbecue while sharing their experiences in FIRST robotics and learning about underwater technologies from the 60 other exhibitors. 

Houston Open Golf Tournament Demo

CRyptonite represented our founding Sponsor, BP, at the Houston Open Golf Tournament in Humble, Texas. Attendees had the opportunity to engage with team robots and learn about CRyponite’s influence on surrounding FLL and FRC teams. A huge thank you to BP for providing us with this unique demo opportunity! 

Family Night at Chick-Fil-A

On October 1st from 5-7 pm, Team 624 students demonstrated four unique types of robots to elementary students at Chick-Fil-A’s Family Night. The young students had a blast learning how to drive, program, and build the various robots around mazes and obstacle courses. Students also learned about the robots Team 624 creates, and future opportunities to […]

Emerson Demo

CRyptonite attended STEM Day hosted by Emerson Electric  to show off our robot (?) to employees and their children, and reach out to potential sponsors. We Presented to employees and their children about FIRST robotics and shared the benefits of STEM.  We enjoyed talking to the kids about the robots and getting them excited about […]

Key Sponsor Coop Projects

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OUTREACH

People

A partnership with CRyptonite goes beyond the sponsorship itself; CRyptonite graduates go on to work in companies that sponsored the team. In fact, many sponsors specifically recruit our students because of the experience they gained through their time on CRyptonite. In essence, companies are training their future workforce.

Mutually Beneficial

Resources

CRyptonite is proud to foster strong relations with our partner; we believe it is much more than just a number, but a collaboration of ideas and inspiration. We annually hold demonstrations at our sponsors events and workplaces, invite employees at our sponsors to send their kids to select Science camps run by CRyptonite members, and offer tours of the Robert R. Shaw Center to interested executives and employees, among other benefits.

Exposure

Perhaps the biggest benefit of Sponsoring CRyptonite is the publicity the company receives. Being a powerhouse in FRC, CRyptonite receives heavy exposure across the FIRST community, along with the local media. Your logo will be prominently placed on our robot for the season, along with your company and its contribution being advertised extensively on our social media channels, which reach millions each year. Sponsors are also mentioned throughout interactions with local press and media.

"Sponsorships keep FIRST alive/cool quote about how robotics is really important/ sponsoring CRyptonite has been one of the best things ever"
Dean Kamen
CEO of existence

Together we can

CRyptonite graduates are

Sponsoring CRyptonite

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VP Sponsors & Outreach

Science Day Camps

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Sewa partnership

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FLL Program

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Kidz Club Camp

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Food Drive

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STEM Boxes

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Bechtel

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Bechtel

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Bechtel

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Bechtel

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Bechtel

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Mike outlaw

Parents are the underlying reason this program is possible in the first place. Without their involvement, this team would not be able to function smoothly. Here, you can find out more about the role you can fill as a parent and how to join “Club 624”, our parent sponsorship program.

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Parents are the underlying reason this program is possible in the first place. Without their involvement, this team would not be able to function smoothly. Here, you can find out more about the role you can fill as a parent and how to join “Club 624”, our parent sponsorship program.

Mike outlaw

Mike outlaw

Parents are the underlying reason this program is possible in the first place. Without their involvement, this team would not be able to function smoothly. Here, you can find out more about the role you can fill as a parent and how to join “Club 624”, our parent sponsorship program.

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Parents are the underlying reason this program is possible in the first place. Without their involvement, this team would not be able to function smoothly. Here, you can find out more about the role you can fill as a parent and how to join “Club 624”, our parent sponsorship program.

Mike outlaw

Mike outlaw

Parents are the underlying reason this program is possible in the first place. Without their involvement, this team would not be able to function smoothly. Here, you can find out more about the role you can fill as a parent and how to join “Club 624”, our parent sponsorship program.

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Parents are the underlying reason this program is possible in the first place. Without their involvement, this team would not be able to function smoothly. Here, you can find out more about the role you can fill as a parent and how to join “Club 624”, our parent sponsorship program.

Mike outlaw

the s.t.e.a.m center

The Robert Shaw Center, also known as the S.T.E.A.M. Center, is a $5.4 million, 23,900 square foot building which houses the FIRST® teams of Katy.

CRyptonte is one of the 5 teams that builds at the Robert Shaw Center, along with teams 2882 Nuts n Boltz of Morton Ranch High School, Team 4639 RoboSpartan form Seven Lakes High School, Team 5416 TaRDIS of Taylor High School, and Team 5427 Tompkins Robotics/Steel Talons from Tompkins High School. Each team is designated a room that contains all the necessary tools and equipment needed to build a robot, all which is generously donated by Katy ISD. The Center also contains a 25 by 54 foot practice field which allows the teams to test out their robots and a plasma cutter that is to be used for the final parts fabrication

FIRST® Robotics

2015

FIRST Championship

Quarterfinalists, Tesla Division 4th Seed

Dallas Regional

Regional Winner Imagery Award in Honor of Jack Kamen

Lone Star Regional

Regional Winner Innovation and Control Award by Rockwell Automation Industrial Design Award by General Motors FIRST Dean’s List Finalist

Utah Regional

Regional Winner Quality Award by Motorola

Offseason events

Winners, Texas Robot Invitational Winner, Houston Robot Remix Winners, Texas Robot Roundup

2014

FIRST Championship

Quarterfinalist, Curie Division 8th Seed Alliance Captain Industrial Safety Award

Alamo Regional

Chairman's Award 1st Seed Regional Winner

Orlando Regional

Regional Quarterfinalist Innovation in Control Award

Lone Star regional

Regional Finalist Innovation in Control Award Industrial Safety Award FIRST Dean's List Finalist - David Gros

Offseason events

Quarterfinalist, IRI Winner, Texas Robot Invitational Winner, Texas Robot Roundup Winner, Houston Robot Remix

2013

Alamo Regional

Innovation in Control Award Regional Semifinalist

Peachtree Regional

1st Seed Innovation in Control Award Regional Semifinalist

Lone Star Regional

Regional Quarterfinalist

Offseason events

Quarterfinalist, IRI Winner, Texas Robot Roundup Finalist, Houston Robot Remix

2012

FIRST Championship

Semifinalist, Curie Division

Lone Star Regional

Industrial Design Award FIRST Dean's List Finalist: Elizabeth Waters Regional Finalist

Bayou Regional

Regional Winner Industrial Safety Award Innovation in Control Award Quality Awardner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, IRI Winner, Texas Robot Roundup Winner, Houston Robot Remix

2011

FIRST Championship

15th Seed, Newton Division

Colorado Regional

Regional Winner Industrial Design Award Industrial Safety Award

Lone Star Regional

Engineering Excellence Award Regional Semifinalist

What is competitive robotics?

CRyptonite is part of FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), an international non-profit organization to transform culture and inspire young people to be technology leaders.

FIRST was founded in 1989 by prolific inventor Dean Kamen as he became frustrated with popular culture’s obsession over sports and entertainment with little interest in science and technology. He believed that it was necessary to present science and technology in a fun and exciting way. Teaming up with MIT mechanical engineer professor Woodie Flowers, Mr. Kamen launched a program called FIRST.

2010

FIRST Championship

Quarterfinalist, Newton Division

Lone Star Regional

Engineering Inspiration Award Industrial Safety Award Regional Finalist

St. Louis Regional

Excellence in Animation Design Award Gracious Professionalism Award Industrial Safety Award

2009

FIRST Championship

Quarterfinalist, Archimedes Division

Bayou Regional

Regional Winner Imagery Award

Lone Star Regional

Innovation in Control Award Industrial Safety Award Regional Finalist

2008

Arizona Regional

Imagery Award

Lone Star Regional

Imagery Award Regional Semifinalist

2007

Lone Star Regional

Imagery Award

Silicon Valley Regional

Regional Quarterfinalist

2006

Chesapeake Regional

Regional Quarterfinalist

Lone Star Regional

Imagery Award Regional Quarterfinalist

2005

FIRST Championship

24th Seed, Archimedes Division

Phoenix Regional

Judge's Award Safety Award Regional Quarterfinalist

Lone Star Regional

Regional Semifinalist

2004

Lone Star Regional

Regional Quarterfinalist

2003

FIRST Championship

17th Seed, Galileo Division

Phoenix Regional

Delphi Technology Award Regional Quarterfinalist

Lone Star Regional

Delphi Technology Award Regional Quarterfinalist

2002

Lone Star Regional

Spirit Award Regional Quarterfinalist

2001

Lone Star Regional

Rookie Award

FRC

The FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) began in 1992 with only 28 teams competing in a New Hampshire high school gym. It paired high school students with professional engineers as mentors to teach them engineering, science, and technology in a fun and engaging way. This idea quickly caught on and spread throughout the country. As it grew, FRC stayed true to its core values of “Gracious Professionalism®” – even though teams fiercely compete, they respect their competitors and support them when it is needed.

Today, there are more than 5,784 FRC teams, and FIRST has grown to encompass numerous programs. The FIRST LEGO® League (FLL) and FIRST LEGO® League Jr. programs give elementary and middle school students the chance to use engineering principles with Lego robots, and the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) teaches science and technology to middle school and high school students.

This year's challenge

FIRST® DESTINATION: DEEP SPACE

The seasons

Pre season

During the Pre-season, CRyptonite heavily focuses on recruiting and training new members in skills needed for Build Season, along with carrying out Outreach activities across Houston and beyond. Students join sub-teams they are interested in, whether it be Video and Photography, Programming, or Fabrication. Student-leaders develop custom trainings and take new members through, leaving them prepared to actively contribute during the Build Season.

At Kickoff, the parent organization FIRST releases the challenge for teams across the world to view at the same time. On this day, CRyptonite will go through the games scoring details and rules, developing an overarching strategy for the season. In some years, CRyptonite will host a regional-kickoff at the Robert R. Shaw Center for nearby teams to pick up their Kit of Parts, a box containing basic robot parts. All members attend, and the year’s success heavily depends on a quality kickoff session.

Kickoff

Build Season

Build Season is the most intense aspect of the CRyptonite’s season. During this almost eight week period, CRyptonite meets nearly every day to prototype, design, CAD, fabricate, program, and drive a one-hundred twenty pound robot. CRyptonite follows a project-planning path inspired by a process used at our sponsors, BP, to keep the team on track and on path to produce a quality robot. Late nights are supported by 624’s parents, who come together to provide a Saturday night potluck, a time-honored tradition of the team.

The next few months following the completion of the robot make up the competition season. CRyptonite attends two district events, normally one in Houston and another elsewhere in Texas, along with a regional out of state. If the team collects enough District Points at its two events, CRyptonite then competes at the Texas State Champs for a slot at the FIRST World Championship. Being a highly competitive organization, CRyptonite has seen sustained success since 2009, missing the World Championships once twice since then. Within Katy ISD, CRyptonite has continued to lead the district since 2001, while still taking the time to assist and develop the FIRST infrastructure in the city.

competition season

off season

Following the completion of FIRST Championships, and going through till the end of Summer, CRyptonite takes a bit of time off. In between though, the team attends a few Off-Season competitions, including the TRI at Strake Jesuit, the Indiana Robotics Invitational, and the Houston Robot Remix in the Woodlands. During this time, CRyptonite usually completes off-season projects, testing new approaches and technology that can then be added to our toolbox for use in the next season. CRyptonite also remains active at Freshman Summer events to recruit the future of the team.

The competitions

Matches: Each FRC match is two and half minutes long. Alliances of three teams each compete on a 54 x 26 foot field completing game objectives. In the past, robots have been required to shoot exercise balls into goals 15 feet off the ground, shoot frisbees into relatively small goals above, and climb free-standing bars with another robot in tow.
Competition Structure: At any FRC competition, teams compete in a set of preliminary matches, where for completing certain game objectives and winning the match, teams collect Ranking Points. At the end of prelims, the team with the most Ranking Points is considered the first seed, and so on. Teams then partake in an “Alliance Selection” process, where based on seeding, teams can invite other teams to create an alliance for the Playoffs, a regular seeded single-elimination bracket.
Involvement: CRyptonite utilizes nearly fifty kids at each competition. Before the team even competes, students go through a rigorous tryout process to get a spot on the Drive Team and Pit Crew. Following the selection of these roles, further tryouts are held to decide who holds key Scouting roles and other key needs. All students attending a competition have already met a high bar for attendance, and each student plays a distinct and crucial role to ensure success.

More than Robots

As any CRyptonite student can attest, FIRST is a truly incredible organization. Find out more about FIRST at www.firstinspires.org

Top awards: Chairman’s, Engineering Inspiration
Robot awards: Quality, Programming, Control, Design, etc.
Team awards: Imagery, Spirit, GP, Entrepreneurship, Safety
Essays: Woodie Flowers / Dean’s List
Videos: Fall Safety Animation, Spring
Other: CAD, etc.

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The Robots

The history

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2001: CRyptonite, formerly known as C.R.E.W, Cinco Ranch Engineering Wizards, is founded by BP Parents and their students, winning the Highest Rookie Seed Award at its first event.

2003: Team is renamed “CRyptonite”, and begins the to-this-day tradition of spiking team member’s hair into creative structure.

2009: CRyptonite achieves Powerhouse status, winning its first Regional in New Orleans, LA, while winning its first of many to come Innovation in Control Awards.

2014: CRyptonite wins its first Chairman’s Award, the most prestigious award in FRC, at the Alamo Regional, along with winning the competition itself.

2015: CRyptonite wins three regionals in one year, finishing 9th in the World, its highest ever ranking in team history. In the same year, CRyptonite successfully lobbies the Katy ISD school board to construct a 5.4 million dollar STEM Center, specifically to host the FRC teams across the district.

2019: CRyptonite partakes in the first year of Texas Districts, winning both its District Events and finishing 4th in District Points across the state, one of only a few teams to do so thus far.

2019

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2018

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2017

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2016

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2015

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2014

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2013

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2012

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2011

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2010

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2009

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2008

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2007

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2006

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2005

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2004

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2003

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2002

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational

2001

FIRST Championship

Semifinalists, Newton Division
6th Seed Alliance Captain

San Diego regional

Regional Semifinalist
Imagery Award

El Paso regional

Regional Winner
Excellence in Engineering Award

Lone Star south regional

Regional Winner
Innovation in Control Award

Offseason events

Semifinalist, Texas UIL State Championship
Finalist, Texas Robot Invitational
Indiana Robotics Invitational