In November 2018, two teams of Swarthmore CS students competed in the
Mid-Atlantic Regional for the International Collegiate Programming Contest
at Washington College. Kei Imada, Hunter Hughes, and Hari Srinivasulu
solved five problems, finished second at the site and tied for 15th out of
182 teams in the region. Henry Wang, Barkat Sidker, and Muhammad Ghazi
Randhawa solved all eight problems, finishing first at the site and 3rd
Usually, the top three teams qualify for the ICPC world finals.
Unfortunately, our region received only two invites this year, so
Henry/Barkat/Muhammad just missed out. However, based on their stellar
performance, they were invited to compete in the North American
Championships held March 2 2019 in Chicago. Here they solved 5/12 problems and
finished 13 out of 38 teams.