Robotics

Worlds 2017

At the 2017 World Championship


In high school, I competed in VEX Robotics. In VEX, teams build 18”x18”x18” robots to compete in a game each year. Teams program these robots to drive both autonomously and with the control of a human driver. Teams then attend regional, state, (sometimes) national, and international tournaments where they play the game and attempt to advance.


In my senior year, I founded team 86868: The Resistance and won the 2017 VEX Robotics High School World Championship in Louisville, Kentucky. Since then, I have been giving advice as a mentor to the team.

Awards

In the year I was on 86868 (2016-2017), we received 36 awards:

Our overall record for the season was 179 matches won, 23 lost, 1 tied.

Media

News Articles

2017 World Finals Match 2

Season Recap Video

Robot Reveal Video