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One of his proudest moments is getting sixth place as a team at the 2018 National Tournament. He will attend the University of Texas at Austin, starting in Fall 2018, majoring in Chemical Engineering (and also hopefully Astronomy!). He hopes to help run their invitational and regional tournaments and continue writing tests!
 
One of his proudest moments is getting sixth place as a team at the 2018 National Tournament. He will attend the University of Texas at Austin, starting in Fall 2018, majoring in Chemical Engineering (and also hopefully Astronomy!). He hopes to help run their invitational and regional tournaments and continue writing tests!
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=== Previous Placements ===
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==== 2018 (12th grade, [[Division C]]) ====
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! Event !! [[MIT Invitational|MIT]] !! [[Texas|State]] !! [[Colorado State University 2018|Nationals]]
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| bgcolor="gold"|<font color="black">'''1st'''</font>
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Revision as of 17:11, 31 May 2018

Adi1008 is a former Division C competitor at Seven Lakes High School for 3 years (2015-2018) and Beckendorff Junior High School in Division B for 3 years (2013-2015), from 7th-9th grade. In ninth grade, he was one of the five captains of the Beckendorff teams. He was a junior captain in the 2016-2017 season a senior captain in the 2017-2018 season for Seven Lakes. One of his proudest moments is getting sixth place as a team at the 2018 National Tournament. He will attend the University of Texas at Austin, starting in Fall 2018, majoring in Chemical Engineering (and also hopefully Astronomy!). He hopes to help run their invitational and regional tournaments and continue writing tests!

Previous Placements

2018 (12th grade, Division C)

Event MIT State Nationals
Astronomy 1st 2nd 4th