StuyPulse is back from BattleCry with exciting news! Only 10 members from our team were able come to this offseason event due AP testing conflicts, we had a completely new drive team, and our robot faced difficulties in some matches. However, despite everything, we made it to finals along with Team 3314 and Team 1073. In addition, we were recognized for our international efforts and received the Global Impact Award. Let’s go StuyPulse!
StuyPulse is back from World Championships! After 9 wins and 1 loss in the qualifiers, we placed 8th seed in the subdivision Archimedes. Along with teams 1325, 2016, and 870, we completed during eliminations and got to semifinals! Although we were unable to compete in Einstein, it was a wonderful experience for everyone, and we are extremely grateful to play at championships for our third year in a row.
To conclude our fruitful season, we will be competing at the BattleCry Offseason Event. A huge shoutout to all our mentors, coaches, parents, and everyone that helped us get to where we are today. We couldn’t have done it without you guys!
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Last weekend, we competed in the New York City Regional. Wildcard made team history by going undefeated throughout the entire regional. Along with teams 1796 and 743, we won the event, qualifying us for World Championships in Detroit later this month.In addition, we also qualified to compete at the championships by winning the Chairman’s Award, the most prestigious award that can be award to a FRC Team.
Congratulations to our coach, James Lonardo, for winning the Woodie Flowers Finalist, and our Vice President of Engineering, Navid Kashem, for winning Dean’s List Finalist! We are so happy for their accomplishments and thankful for their contributions to the team. Our success made us the 4th team to ever win three banners at the same regional. Let’s go StuyPulse!
Watch our 2018 Chairman’s Award video here!
Wildcard is back from its first regional of this season! We placed 5th seed. Along with our alliance, teams 4253 and 810, we made it to semifinals. Although we didn’t get to finals, we are extremely grateful for this opportunity to learn from our mistakes and improve our robot for the next regional.
Watch our 2018 Central New York Vlog here!
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We are StuyPulse, Stuyvesant High School's award-winning FIRST Robotics team. Otherwise known as Team 694, we seek to impact young adults by cultivating skills in engineering, programming, marketing, teamwork, and leadership through the FIRST competitions. At the same time, we hope to educate and inspire people in our community, both young and old, about the wonders of science and technology.
FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology) is a multi-national, non-profit organization designed to inspire and encourage today's youth to pursue careers in science, technology and math. These programs also stress the development of skills in areas such as teamwork, public relations, strategy, dedication, and outreach, which are helpful and often necessary in future careers and endeavors.