2011 Alliance Selection Results

It’s that time.
If you could, please post the Alliance Selections from the Regional competitions.

I don’t have a 1114 shirt to offer those with multiple posts. :wink:

FLR Regional Alliance Selection Results:
2056, 217, 1518
1126, 340, 3157
191, 229, 3173
145, 1551, 1640
3799, 1511, 174
716, 156, 188
2228, 1153, 639
1559, 3015, 1075

(Cited from Vikesrock :slight_smile: )

New Jersey:

  1. 1676 2016 303
  2. 423 486 293
  3. 1923 25 1860
  4. 1228 2590 75
  5. 2180 816 1302 (1089 Declined Round 1 pick)
  6. 1089 1647 102
  7. 2729 1218 192
  8. 2191 181 2199

BAE/Granite State Regional Alliances:

  1. 131, 40, 20
  2. 811, 3074, 1058
  3. 175, 1519, 176
  4. 95, 78, 885
  5. 836, 3467, 3323
  6. 58, 172, 126
  7. 3566, 61, 166
  8. 1729, 69, 1073

Alamo
1)16-148-3481
2)2848-245-57
3)118-2415-2745
4)1429-1477-3545
5)2583-2936-457
6)2789-2587-1296
7)3582-2158-3743
8)3847-2468-647

Traverse City District:

1 1918-201-141
2 2767-2145-830
3 2000-2474-2771
4 2959-2611-3767
5 66-85-835
6 3688-2246-2619
7 247-74-910
8 3602-3618-2586

Kettering

  1. 33-2137-1
  2. 3536-470-1322
  3. 3568-894-27
  4. 70-1504-1188
  5. 302-2337-3535
  6. 703-51-2604
  7. 494-1243-1684
  8. 326-67-3322

All week one regionals updated with how each alliance finished.

Week 1

FLR

  1. 2056 217 1518 W
  2. 3157 1126 340 F
  3. 191 229 3173 SF
  4. 145 1551 1640 SF
  5. 3799 1511 174 QF
  6. 716 156 188 QF
  7. 2228 1153 639 QF
  8. 1559 3015 1075 QF

Alamo

  1. 16 148 3481 W
  2. 2848 245 57 F
  3. 118 2415 2745 SF
  4. 1429 1477 3545 QF
  5. 2583 2936 457 SF
  6. 2789 2587 1296 QF
  7. 3582 2158 3743 QF
  8. 3847 2468 647 QF

Granite State

  1. 131 40 20 F
  2. 811 3074 1058 SF
  3. 175 1519 176 W
  4. 95 78 885 SF
  5. 836 3467 3323 QF
  6. 58 172 126 QF
  7. 3566 61 166 QF
  8. 1729 69 1073 QF

New Jersey

  1. 1676 2016 303 W
  2. 423 486 293 QF
  3. 1923 25 1860 QF
  4. 1228 2590 75 QF
  5. 2180 816 1302 SF
  6. 1089 1647 102 F
  7. 2729 1218 192 SF
  8. 2191 181 2199 QF

Traverse City

  1. 1918 201 141 W
  2. 2767 2145 830 F
  3. 2000 2474 2771 QF
  4. 2959 2611 3767 QF
  5. 66 85 835 SF
  6. 3688 2246 2619 SF
  7. 247 74 910 QF
  8. 3602 3618 2586 QF

Kettering

  1. 33 2137 1 W
  2. 3536 470 1322 QF
  3. 3568 894 27 QF
  4. 70 1504 1188 QF
  5. 302 2337 3535 SF
  6. 703 51 2604 SF
  7. 494 1243 1684 F
  8. 326 67 3322 QF

Nice wrap-up on Week 1, David!

Thanks to everyone for contributing… til next week.

Is there value in recording the seeding orders? The top eight might have picked alliance partners from the top too, so the starting order of the round might be significant. i was reminded of this at the FTC alliance selection I saw yesterday.

The initial seeding order is accessible in the data available from FIRST. The order teams were picked in is not, hence the need to record it if people want access to it.

Although I feel like a talkshow host for quoting myself, let me refer you to my post.

One tip-off, which should be pretty clear to anybody who was watching the event, is that 27 and 703 were both far too good not to make the first round of picks.

I do realize that you’re probably just quoting what you’ve heard, so no worries. :slight_smile:

I do believe your own quote has 27 being the 3rd alliance’s 1st pick.

Yes, this is correct. 33 seeded first and picked second seed 2137. Third seed 3536 got the next pick and took 1322. Then, 894 picked 27. No teams declined to be picked during the entire process.

If you’re a little confused by who got which seed (which is understandable considering that 302 is displayed as having played 11 matches, while everybody else is at 12) you can refer to the official page.

Respectfully offered by team #3536 as the reasoning behind our pick. We were humbled to be competing with the likes of Rush 27. We had considered them very closely. Our team voted to unannamously to invite team #1322 with a first round pick.

We felt strongly that it was the least we could do in recognition of that teams support. They were there for us many times during a very tough build season.

We believed strongly that if we were not given the honor to be asked by either the Killer Bees or Torq in which we would have humbly accepted.

As a rookie team we should remain Gracious and honor the team that had been instramental in getting us to the event.

We are small but mighty…In a forest of Giants. We will earn our dues!

All of the competitors there were awesome to us. We hope to earn all of your teams respect because you all truely have ours.

Our team was considing picking 3536 as one of our partners, but us dropping down to 7th seed then up to 5th seed didnt allow that seeing as u guys were second. I was very impressed by what you guys did and have seen that you guys stayed with what you guys had said at the one strategy meeting that i cant seem to remember where it was held

Thanks Brian,

302 was on our list as well, picking was a huge stress for us. We are going to Waterford and scout to practice the scouting picking cycle. As rookies we watched matches closely for matching play strategy. But the end game of alliance picking was serious chess play that we want to practice. We want to learn and be better prepared for alliance if we are fortunate to be anywhere close to that again.

We hope 302 would still consider us if it ever comes up again. We look forward to the next time we meet either together or against. By the way 3536 saw you at Baker College Strategy meeting. Thanks for acknowledging what we said at Baker. Not everyone there agreed with our strategy if you remember. It was hard to hear some of the comments that challenged it. We went back and scrubbed the game play to rationalize the criticism. It was hard but we decided to stick with what we said were going to do.

We feel stongly that we are a team that stands by our words.

If that strategy was to focus on a consistent minibot rather than a manipulator, I would say you were rather justified. 2nd Alliance Captain as a rookie is not too bad at all:) .

Thanks Norman.

The Bees are pretty incredible. To hear from your team on our behalf is an honor! We really respect what you guys do!! Those bots you brought are true cool no doubt.

Tell Jim “the Ninja” we took his advice and have a kid are tossing tubes everyday now. We will be ready if we get another chance to play the role with you guys again.

Yes we said strong agile Defensive bot with a Minibot. Having a good time playing the role. Good luck next round to all on the bees.

My apologies, updates for Kettering were extremely sporadic, with the final qualification results not even posted until after the competition was over. I mainly made sure teams were listed on the right alliances but highly doubted 27 was actually a 3rd round pick.