Spectrum 3847 Wins Gold Medal

Spectrum3847 coach, Allen Gregory IV, wins the 2019 Woodie Flowers Mentor of the Year Award!! This award is only given to ONE mentor from the 4,000+ teams from around the world each season! 

Spectrum 3847, the combined Strake Jesuit/St. Agnes Academy Engineering Team, wins Gold Medal for Roebling Division to advance to Final Six Division Champions Einstein Round Robin Tournament at FIRST Robotics World Championships Houston on Saturday, April 20, 2019. More than 15,000 students from around the world put their innovation skills to the test at George R. Brown Convention Center and Minute Maid Park. After two full days of 406 FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) teams competing in six divisions qualification matches, the Einstein field was trimmed to the final six alliances representing the Champions from Roebling, Carver, Galileo, Hopper, Newton, and Turing. These six alliances earned their spots in the prestigious Einstein Round Robin Tournament to determine the winning alliance for the finals.
Spectrum 3847 was part of the #2 Seeded Alliance and selected first by Alliance Captain Team Robowranglers 148 from Greenville, Texas. Ignite Robotics 6829 from Suwanee, GA and Lion Robotics 2907 from Auburn, WA completed the alliance to represent the Roebling Division.

Spectrum 3847’s 2019 Statistics:
Spectrum 3847 was 57-21-1 in official play in 2019.
As a member of the FIRST In Texas district, Team 3847 ranked 5 having earned 282 points.
Championship Roebling Division Winner
2019 Woodie Flowers Championship Award (WFA) - Allen Gregory IV
First In Texas District Championship Finalist
El Paso District Event Winner
Greenville District Event Finalist
El Paso District Engineering Inspiration Award
Greenville District Innovation in Control Award sponsored by Rockwell Automation
Robot photo credit: Alison Carlino, Carlino’s Photography