- 2nd Pick of Alliance 7 at St Louis Regional
- 3rd Pick of Alliance 8 at Smoky Mountains Regional
- Won Regional Engineering Inspiration Award at the Smoky Mountains Regional
- Rank 34 in the Newton Division at the FIRST World Championships in Houston
- Captain of Alliance 3 at the Missouri State Championship
- Captain of Alliance 7 at the Gateway Robotics Challenge
- 2nd Place Alliance at St Louis Regional
- Wild Card selection at St Louis Regional
- 2nd Place Alliance at the Midwest Regional
- Received The Innovation in Control Award at the Midwest Regional
- Championship Subdivision Finalist at FIRST Worlds in Houston
- 1st Place Alliance in Missouri State Competition
- Semifinalists at Indiana Robotics Invitational
- Gateway Robotic Competition Alliance Captain and Winner
- 1st Place Alliance – St. Louis Regional Winner
- Won the Innovation in Control award for our highly accurate shooter (STL)
- 4th ranked team at Rocket City Regional
- Won the Industrial Design award for our effectively designed machine (Rocket City)
- Made it to the finals in Missouri State Championships
- Encouraged and had team members volunteer in local FLL competitions
- Our team participated in the Gateway Robotics Competition
- Started gathering soda can tabs to donate to the Ronald McDonald house
- The team moved into their own building
- Received Spirit award at Rocket City Regional
- Won Missouri State Championship
- Made it to semi-finals at St Louis regional
- Made it to quarter-finals at Rocket City regional
- The team perfected the Swerve drive train.
- The team won the Innovation in Control award in St. Louis
- The team won the Excellence in Engineering Award for the vision system, overall industrial design, and the team designed drive train.
- The team’s programmers did a workshop with other FRC teams.
- The team was second seed at the St. Louis Regional with the most overall points.
- At the Terre Haute, IN regional the team racked up 316 autonomous points and was tenth seed.
- At the Show-Me Showdown at the Missouri State Fair, the team tied for the highest seed.
- The team also won the Excellence in Engineering Award for its use of Microsoft Kinect in the vision system.
- The team won the Engineering Excellence Award in Cincinnati for implementing vision technology using Microsoft Kinect.
- The team sponsored an unofficial FLL competition.
- The team helped form a FRC team, the Lutheran Roboteers.
- The team won the Creativity Award in St. Louis.
- The team were quarter finalists at the International Championships.
- 11th in their division at the end of qualifying rounds
- 31st in the world
Student Members: 30
- The team won the “Innovation in Control” Award for its field-oriented control system. This system used gyros and Mecanum wheels, making the robot easily maneuverable across the field.
- The team ranked 7th out of 35 teams at the St. Louis Regional.
- With an alliance, the team won the St. Louis Regional Competition.
- The team qualified for the International Championship for the first time.
- The team was chosen as one of four United States First teams to be featured in a PBS national documentary, “Gearing Up.”
- This documentary then aired on KETCH Channel 9, on November 16th.
- The team won the “Judge’s” Award at the St. Louis Regional.
Student members: 12
- The team experienced a major setback only a few days before the robot was ready for shipment. The robot was damaged by a water leak, but teams from all over the country helped us to recover in time for the St. Louis Regional.
- The team assisted Barat Academy during their rookie year.
Student members: 8
- Founding year
- The team won the “Rookie Inspiration” Award.
- Founding members
- Diane Moran – Team Sponsor
- Marcus Chu – Mentor
- Matt King – Team Member
- Chris Brooks – Team Member
- Eric Brooks – Team Member
- Founding members
Student members: 3
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