Computer Science and Engineering

2017 Annual ACM Programming Contest

Over 100 students attended the ACM Programming Contest this weekend
2017 ACM Programming Contest

Students enjoyed friendly competition at the annual ACM Programming Contest this Saturday. Thirty-six teams competed to win prizes donated by Reynolds and Reynolds. Undergraduate and Graduate teams competed against each other to solve seven programming questions. The morning was full of balloons, pizza, and coding earning  extra credit for classes along the way.

Next stop is the ACM Regional Programming Contest in Cincinnati at the end of October. The top freshman team along with 1st and 2nd place will be attending so wish them luck if you see them in class. The third place winners are the alternates if anyone on the top teams are unable to attend.

Winning Teams were:

Top Freshman -$50 Amazon gift card Marc Ayala, Shehap Saleh, Dave Verano

3rd Place – T-shirts Paul Fuchs, Logan Rickert, Adam Siens

2nd Place - $100 Amazon gift card Noah Taylor, Kyle Weinle, Jonathan Zentgraf

1st Place – Apple I-pad Jason Elting, Jacob Sims, Brian West

First Place Winners

First Place Winners with Scott Barr from Reynolds and Reynolds


Second Place Winners

Second Place Winners with Scott Barr from Reynolds and Reynolds


Third Place Winners

Third Place Winners with Scott Barr from Reynolds and Reynolds


Top Freshman Team

Top Freshman Team with Scott Barr from Reynolds and Reynolds



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