Our thirty-first annual university-wide computer science programming contest was held on Saturday, March 14, 2020.
18 BJU undergraduates and one BJA senior participated. Erick Ross, a junior mathematics major, took first place, solving all 10 of the problems. Zac Hayes, a senior computer science major, came in second with 9 problems solved, and Elias Watson, a junior computer science major, was third with 6 problems solved. Congratulations to these students!
The faculty extend our appreciation to recent graduates Sam Henry, Nathan Collins, and Jacob Brazeal, who prepared the problem set for this year's contest and assisted in judging the submissions.