Millersville University Wins 2013 National CyberWatch Center Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition

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The Millersville University team

Congratulations to the team from Millersville University, winners of the 8th National CyberWatch Center Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (2013).

Anne Arundel Community College (Md.), Craven Community College (N.C.), Millersville University (Pa.), North Carolina State University (N.C.), Radford University (Va.), University of Maryland College Park (Md.), and University of Maryland University College (Md.) competed April 12-13, 2013 at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, Md. with the winner earning a berth in the National CCDC April 19-21, 2013 in San Antonio, Texas.

Final standings:

1. Millersville University
2. North Carolina State University
3. Radford University
4. University of Maryland University College
5. Capitol College
6. Anne Arundel Community College (tie)
6. University of Maryland College Park (tie)
8. Craven Community College

  1. Pat Brislin says:

    Congratulations to the team!

    Where are the names of the students on the team???

    • Ryan Butler says:

      The team members are:
      (Top from Left) Travis Romero (captain), Ryan Butler, Joshua Van Hine, Keat Ly, Martin Zirkle
      (Bottom from Left) Andrew Elliot, Todd Echterling (coach), Dylan Leakway, and Grant Blankenship.

  2. Bonnie work says:

    I’m so proud of the CS Students! Way to go! Todd you are very dedicated to the students, you are a treasure. CS Faculty rock. Another plaque for the hallway of Computer Science, congratulations.

  3. Emily Diaz says:

    I do not know much about this team, but I feel that a more in-depth article should have been written to showcase this level of student achievement at the university.

  4. TehCount Psexec says:

    Congrats Millersville, I’m proud of my hometown!

  5. John and Kathy Butler says:

    We are very proud of you Ryan. Congratulations to you and your team. We know how hard all of you worked at preparing for these competitions.Your real world skills, passion for cybersecurity, technical knowledge, and ability to work as part of a team will serve you well in future endeavors. These traits are absolutly paramount in today’s world.

  6. It’s great to see that a local school is making an effort toward cyber security.

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