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William & Mary Computer Science Teams Shine at Mid-Atlantic Regionals of Programming Contest

William & Mary Computer Science Team

In a remarkable display of skill and determination, William & Mary Computer Science teams showcased their prowess at the Mid-Atlantic Regionals of the International Collegiate Programming Contest this past Saturday. The teams returned with an impressive array of medals, reflecting their exceptional performance.

Among the six competing teams, four emerged victorious with medals in hand. In division 1, Team Wren, composed of Walker Knapp, Luna Harrison, and Lily Gloudemans, clinched the silver medal, while Team Gold, featuring Samuel Borak, Alex Phan, and Alex Zhou, secured the bronze.

In division 2, Team Baffled, composed of Manel Leong and Pranav Gonepalli, distinguished themselves by capturing the gold medal. Additionally, Team Crim Dell, composed of Ty Walters and Feliks Chen, demonstrated their skill by bringing home a silver medal.

One team, in particular, stood out for their outstanding achievements. Team Baffled not only claimed first place at the local site but also secured third place in the region and an impressive fifth place in the entire Big South Conference, showcasing their exceptional talent and dedication.

Jim Deverick, the faculty advisor for the Computer Science teams, expressed his pride and congratulations to all the participating teams. He commended their hard work, collaborative spirit, and exemplary performance throughout the competition.

Despite the intense competition, the William & Mary Computer Science teams have once again proven their mettle on the regional stage, underscoring the department's commitment to excellence in programming and problem-solving.

As the teams reflect on their accomplishments, the William & Mary Computer Science community celebrates their success and looks forward to future endeavors with confidence and enthusiasm.

William & Mary Computer Science Team Medals