Team 329 - Mohawks


Team 329 has been competing in the FIRST Robotics Competition for 21 seasons, and a total of 45 official events. They were a rookie (and began competing) in 1999 and remain active as of the current season, 2019.
To view detailed information about a particular season, select it from the "Year" column below, or use the "Seasons Played" selector above. To view detailed results from a particular event, select the event from the list below. Clicking an award will display the list of other Teams that have won the same award in that season.

Year Event
2019 Central New York Regional
SBPL2 Long Island Regional #2
FIRST Championship - Detroit - Curie Subdivision
2018 Sacramento Regional
Hudson Valley Regional
SBPLI Long Island Regional #2
FIRST Championship - Detroit - Daly Subdivision
2017 Palmetto Regional
SBPLI Long Island Regional
FIRST Championship - St. Louis - Curie Subdivision
2016 Utah Regional
SBPLI Long Island Regional
FIRST Championship - Tesla Subdivision
2015 Waterloo Regional
SBPLI Long Island Regional
FIRST Championship - Carver Subdivision
2014 SBPLI Long Island Regional
Chesapeake Regional
FIRST Championship - Archimedes Division
2013 SBPLI Long Island Regional
Chesapeake Regional
FIRST Championship - Galileo Division
2012 New York City Regional
SBPLI Long Island Regional
FIRST Championship - Newton Division
2011 SBPLI Long Island Regional
FIRST Championship - Galileo Division
2010 New York City Regional
SBPLI Long Island Regional
FIRST Championship - Archimedes Division
2009 New York City Regional
SBPLI Long Island Regional
FIRST Championship - Curie Division
2008 Connecticut Regional
SBPLI Long Island Regional
FIRST Championship - Newton Division
2007 SBPLI Long Island Regional
FIRST Championship - Archimedes Division
2006 SBPLI Long Island Regional
2005 Unknown Event(s)
2004 SBPLI Long Island Regional
2003 SBPLI Long Island Regional
2002 SBPLI Long Island Regional
2001 Long Island Regional
2000 Long Island Regional
1999 Philadelphia Alliance Regional
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