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SoC Students win 1st and 3rd at ICPC

5 teams from UGA
On Saturday, February 24th, UGA competed in the annual International Competitive Programming Contest (ICPC), which is the oldest and largest programming contest in the world. The competition was held at the College of Charleston, one of the sites for the Big South region. The five-hour competition consists of teams of up to three members trying to solve sets of coding problems of varying difficulties. UGA sent out five teams and brought back first and third place medals at the site for Division 2; the first-place team also got first for Division 2 over the entire Big South region, which spans from Texas to Virginia. Our first place winners were Abdu Addis and Hiep Pham, and our third-place winners were Tyler Simile, Codey Borrelli, and Jeffrey Johnson. Congratulations to our winners and all teams who competed!


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