The Beak Squad
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One Down and Two Competitions to Go, Support the Stacks!

With the Central Illinois Regional behind us, our next tournament is at home, in Cincinnati, OH. Come see us at the Queen City Regional, April 3-4 8:30-4:30. Then you can watch us live on the web when we compete in the World Championships in St. Louis, April 22-26, but we need YOUR help to get there.

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Did you know?

The Beak Squad was the 2015 Industrial Design Award winner at the Central Illinois Regional. Click to learn more.

Come join us at QCR and see the robots in action!

The Beak Squad will be in Cincinnati's fourth annual FIRST Robotics Competition, held at the CINTAS Center on the campus of Xavier University April 3rd-4th 8:30-5:30. The event is free and open to the public. There are teams from 12 different states, including 9 teams from the Greater Cincinnati area as well as teams joining us from Mexico!

The Beak Squad is The 2015 Industrial Design Award Winners:

"We are honored to receive the 2015 Industrial Design Award. We will continue to improve what we do and strive to win. "- The Beak Squad


Industrial Design Award sponsored by General Motors:

The Industrial Design Award celebrates form and function in an efficiently designed machine that effectively addresses the game challenge.


Also in the Central Illinois Regional, we were the fourth seed alliance and made it all the way to the quarter finals. We hope to receive even more successful results at our next competition! We wish to thank all of our corporate sponsors, such as Intelligrated, Austin Landing and Teradata for giving us the opportunity to get this far in our 2015 season.


The Peoria competition is The Beak Squad’s Marketing Team’s first official presentation for the Chairman’s Award. This award is the most prestigious honor that FIRST bestows upon a team who exemplifies the ideals of FIRST in both their community and the world at large Unfortunately the Beak Squad did not win in Peoria but hopes to do better at the Queen City Regional, its hometown regional.

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