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Great Lakes Regional History

Does anyone know what year EMU started hosting the GLR? Also, when did it move from the field house to the Convocation Center? Thanks!
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Re: Great Lakes Regional History

GLR started in 2001
That was West Michigan, oops.
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Re: Great Lakes Regional History

Sorry Mark.

GLR started in 1998.

The first year it was held at Bowen Field House on the main part of campus. It moved to the Convocation Center for 1999, then back to Bowen Field House for 2000. Then it moved back to the Convocation Center for 2001 and it has been there ever since.

I've competed at all of them except for 2004, but I attended that one as a spectator.
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Re: Great Lakes Regional History

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Re: Great Lakes Regional History

When Dave Verbrugge introduces a representative of Eastern Michigan University at MSC (formerly GLR) openng ceremonies, he always mentions that EMU has been the host of this event every year that it has been held, and that this is the longest-running host-event relationship in FIRST. Like Chris, I don't think Dave has ever missed a GLR/MSC.
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Re: Great Lakes Regional History

While the field house was a nice wide open arena, the pits tended to be dark and the stands were challenging. We miss not being able to participate in EMU.
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Re: Great Lakes Regional History

I think I even remember most of the winning teams/alliances:

1998: 47
1999: 71, 27, and third team I can't remember
2000: 201, 47, 45
2001: 33, 548, and I'm drawing a blank. I think I was too devestated from losing in the finals
2002: 65, 469, 67?
2003: 111, 65? 67?
2004: 66, 322, and I'm blank on the third
2005: 66, 67, 68
2006: 1114, 1503, 67
2007-2008 I'm really drawing a blank on these years. I want to say 1114 and 67 for 2007, and 217 was on the winning alliance in 2008
2009: 67, 217, 65
2010: 1918, 469, 2602
2011: 33, 67, 70
2012: 67, 469, 830

Can anyone fill in the blanks (from memory - no cheating).
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Re: Great Lakes Regional History

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I think I even remember most of the winning teams/alliances:

2007-2008 I'm really drawing a blank on these years. I want to say 1114 and 67 for 2007, and 217 was on the winning alliance in 2008

Can anyone fill in the blanks (from memory - no cheating).
From FIRST's site:

2007 - 503, 573, 1015 - http://www2.usfirst.org/2007comp/events/GL/awards.html
2008 - 217, 503, 326 http://www2.usfirst.org/2008comp/events/GL/awards.html
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Re: Great Lakes Regional History

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Yup, sorry, was having trouble focusing my eyes then.
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Actually 67, 326, and 503 defeated 66, 217, and 910 in 2008.

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Didn't team 67 get a horrible punch in the nose in 2007 which folded up their roller claw?
That did happen in 2007, not sure if it was at GLR or West Michigan. Either way it's not why 67, 1114, and 57 lost in 2007.
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2010: 1918, 469, 2834

Can anyone fill in the blanks (from memory - no cheating).
Fixed one for you.

Didn't team 67 get a horrible punch in the nose in 2007 which folded up their roller claw?
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Didn't team 67 get a horrible punch in the nose in 2007 which folded up their roller claw?
Ah, yes. WMD was in the finalist alliance with 67 and 217.
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I think I even remember most of the winning teams/alliances:

2000: 201, 47, 45
45 was on the finalist alliance. We had a good alliance in 65, 45, and 1, but lost to 47's alliance. I forget who their third partner was. Team 1 later went on to win IRI and about 2-3 other off-season events. They developed into being the best defensive robot of that game, as they would not let anyone on the hanging bar.

I remember talking to Ken Patton after the final match against 47's alliance. We both agreed that the only way 47 was gonna lose that year was if their robot broke. They ended up breaking a weld on their arm in the elims at the Championships, against 312 and 131.

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