FRC Team 2158

ausTIN CANs began in 2006.

Team Mission: To provide experience solving problems related to robotics, and to evaluate our solutions through a collaborative, creative, and educational atmosphere that inspires the student’s growth as a happy contributor to society.

 

What, exactly, does all this lingo mean?

FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) is an international robotics program that combines the fun, team building experience of sports with business, engineering, and problem solving. FRC, the FIRST Robotics Competition, is a unique and life changing experience for high school students which helps them discover the excitement and rewarding aspects in the fields of science and engineering.

To learn more, visit the official FIRST website.

 

 

 

2018 FRC Season, power up

For the 2018 season, Team 2158 is competing with our robot, Olga. The team competed in Texas Hub City Regional and Texas Alamo Regional.

FIRST Dean's List Finalist Award, Leah Griffith

 

2017 FRC Season, steamworks

For the 2017 season, Team 2158 competed in Texas Alamo Regional, Colorado Regional and FIRST Championship - Houston.

FIRST Dean's List Finalist Award, Woolim "Cindy" Song
Woodie Flowers Finalist Award, John Sperry
Entrepreneurship Award sponsored by Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers

 

2016 FRC Season, stronghold

In the 2016 season, Team 2158 competed in Texas Hub City Regional, Texas Lone StarRegional  and Texas Alamo Regional.

Imagery Award in honor of Jack Kamen

Woodie Flowers Finalist Award, Juan Ortiz
Creativity Award sponsored by Xerox

 

2015 FRC Season, recycle rush

For the 2015 season, Team 2158 competed in Texas Hub City Regional, Texas Alamo Regional and FIRST Championship - St. Louis.

 

FIRST Dean's List Finalist Award, Claire Rowan
Regional Finalists, San Antonio

 

2014 FRC Season, aerial assist

For the 2015 season, Team 2158 competed in Dallas Regional, Texas Alamo Regional and FIRST Championship - St. Louis.

 

Engineering Inspiration Award, FIRST Championship - St. Louis

Engineering Inspiration Award, FIRST Championship - St. Louis

Entrepreneurship Award sponsored by Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, Alamo
Regional Finalists, Dallas

 

2013 FRC Season, ultimate ascent

For the 2013 season, Team 2158 competed in Texas Alamo Regional.

 

2012 FRC Season, rebound rumble

For the 2012 season, Team 2158 competed in Texas Alamo Regional and FIRST Championship - St. Louis.

Coopertition Award - Galileo

Volunteer of the Year, Jess Jankowitsch
Woodie Flowers Finalist Award, David Yanoshak
FIRST Dean's List Finalist Award, Nathaniel McLauchlan
Regional Chairman's Award, Alamo

 

2011 FRC Season, logomotion

For the 2011 season, Team 2158 competed in Texas Alamo Regional.

 

 

2010 FRC Season, breakaway

For the 2010 season, Team 2158 competed in Texas Lone Star Regional.

 

 

2009 FRC Season, Lunacy

For the 2009 season, Team 2158 competed in Texas Lone Star Regional.

 

 

2008 FRC Season, Overdrive

For the 2008 season, Team 2158 competed in Texas Lone Star Regional.

 

Johnson & Johnson Gracious Professionalism

 

2007 FRC SeasoN, Rack ‘n Roll

 

For the 2007 season, Team 2158 competed in Texas Lone Star Regional and FIRST Championship - St. Louis.

Rookie All Star Award

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