Alumni

Class Of 2015-2016

Timothy S
Member
2012-2016

Dagney P
Member
2012-2016

Antonio A
Member
2015-2016

Conor A
Member
2012-2016

Matt D
Member
2012-2016

Kyle G
Member
2012-2016

Isaac S
Member
2014-2016

Luke V
Member
2014-2016

Alex G
Mentor
2011-2016

Class Of 2014-2015

Jeremy G
Member
2011-2015

Jeremy was the first four year member of Team Neutrino. When he first learned about the team, he recalls being so excited that he immediately began researching FRC and FIRST. After attending a meeting, he was excited to meet people with similar interests in robotics and engineering. Although he originally started the team to learn about engineering, he says that the most important thing that he has learned is communication and networking skills. He was also able to pick up new interests, such as design. Although he has graduated, Jeremy is still committed to staying involved with FIRST.

Class of 2013-2014

Rachael S
Member
2012-2014

Kelsey D
Mentor
2011-2014
I studied materials engineering in college, and now work as a metallurgical engineer doing failure analysis. I mentored mostly in the non-technical area (marketing, outreach, chairmans, etc.). I loved helping the team out! Great students, parents, and mentors make it a wonderful place to be!

Trent B
Mentor
2012-2014

Class of 2012-2013

Bojun S.
Member
2011-2013
Team Neutrino exposed me at an early stage to many of the things engineers do in their daily jobs (which I enjoyed doing) such as designing in CADD, machining, and working in a team. It was these qualities from Team Neutrino that convinced me to pick mechanical engineering as my major. I was mainly involved with the design of the mechanical components of the robot from the drive train to various shooting mechanisms. In the 2012-2013 season, I was the team’s captain. I enjoyed designing and machining the swerve drive modules my first year on the team because not only was it a huge task to tackle as a first year team but the revolutionary design of putting the motor inside the main wheel to save space made it a very innovative project to be a part of!

David Runneals
Member
2012-2013
I am currently a student at Northwest Missouri State University. I am double majoring in Geographic Information Sciences and Emergency & Disaster Management with a minor in Computer Science. My involvement through previous 4-H experiences helped lead me to my major, but being involved with Team Neutrino helped me realize that having some technical background (computer science) would help me in the future. I was co-captain with Bojun Song. I was heavily involved on the business team doing things like finding sponsors and building/designing our online media presence (Website, Twitter, Facebook). I was also involved on the CAD and mechanical sub-teams. My favorite part of being on Team Neutrino was working with our super awesome mentors that were the perfect mentors that every member dreams of. I really liked our robot that we built for Ultimate Ascent; even though we didn’t climb the pyramid, we designed 2 different systems that worked in CAD, but were too powerful to work in the real world (We joked about asking if anyone had a baby whale in their pit that we could borrow to lift).There were several heart breaking moments during our 2 regionals that we attended when we were only 1 match away from making it to the world championship. Lastly, I was lucky enough to represent 4-H and FRC at the 2013 White House Science Fair (along with members from 16 & 842). I’m still involved with FIRST 🙂 I currently mentor my brother’s FTC Team, The Robot Corps 7491. I’m also planning on volunteering at the Greater KC Regional and I am looking into starting a 4-H FIRST FTC or FRC team here in Nodaway County, Missouri.

Tyler W
Member
2011-2013

Sarah P
Member
2011-2013
Being both a mentor and a former co-captain of the team, Team Neutrino holds special meaning to me. It is the reason I am in my major. While on the team, I discovered what I wanted to do in life. I was able to explore my passions, working in the mechanical subteam and serving as the head of electrical. The team gave me an environment to explore and have a hands on experience with engineering and the design process.

Matthew C
Member
2011-2013

Trey M
Member
2011-2013

Rob B
Member
2012-2013

Josh J
Member
2012-2013

Kate M
Member
2012-2013

Aren Hill
Mentor
2011-2013
My occupation currently is Mechanical Engineer with VEX Robotics. I helped get Team Neutrino off the ground with Tony and Katie. I served as the Lead Robot mentor for 2012 and 2013 and my favorite part of being on Team Neutrino was the group of people.

Corey B
Mentor
2011-2013
During my time as an Iowa State University student mentor on the team, I was involved in scouting, financing, and strategy. Seeing the way that the students matured and grew was very inspirational. When I was a student, I understood that FIRST would impact my life, but until mentoring Neutrino I never understood how much. I am now currently mentoring FRC 1710 The Ravonics Revolution.

Thomas L
Mentor
2011-2013

Brandon M
Mentor
2012-2013

Katie W
Mentor
2011-2013

Dori P
Mentor
2011-2013

Class of 2011-2012

Nick R
Member
2011-2012

Andrew B
Member
2011-2012

Ian N
Member
2011-2012

Kent J
Mentor
2011-2012

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