Lehigh Valley ARML team results

This page describes and links to the results of the Lehigh Valley ARML team whenever finishing in the top three at ARML, or winning divisions, or winning the Princeton contest.

In the contest held June 4, 2011, there were 133 teams, including five Lehigh Valley teams, Fire, Ice, Lightning, Thunder, and Storm. The Fire team came in first place, winning the national championship for the third year in a row, and fourth time in seven years. The Ice team finished 22nd, their best finish ever, and the Lightning team finished fourth in Division B, which means that they will be moved to Division A (which consists of the elite teams) for the next three years. Results

In the contest held June 5, 2010, there were 122 teams, including four Lehigh Valley teams, Fire, Ice, Lightning, and Thunder. The Fire team came in first place, winning the national championship for the second year in a row, and third time in six years. 2010 results

In the contest held May 30, 2009, there were 130 teams, including four Lehigh Valley teams, Fire, Ice, Lightning, and Thunder. The Fire team came in first place, winning the national championship for the second time in five years! The Ice team was 3rd in Division B, and 32nd overall. 2009 results.

In the contest held June 4, 2005, there were 95 teams, including two Lehigh Valley teams, the Fire and the Ice. The Fire team came in first place, winning the national championship! Results of 2005 contest in Division A and Division B.

In the contest held May 31, 2014, Fire finished sixth. Lightning was the top "C" team (out of 20), and Storm the top "E" team (out of 5). We had the highest 5-best-teams total. Results

In the contest held June 1, 2013, thee were 139 teams, including five Lehigh Valley teams, Fire, Ice, Lightning, Thunder, and Storm. The Fire team finished in a 3-way tie for third, but fifth officially, after the tie-breaking criterion was applied. Thunder team finished second in Division B, and so in 2014 we will have four teams in Division A (the elite teams). Results

In the contest held June 2, 2012, there were 140 teams, including five Lehigh Valley teams, Fire, Ice, Lightning, Thunder, and Storm. The Fire team came in second place, behind North Carolina, for our seventh top-three finish in the past eight years. The Ice team finished 22nd again, and was the second highest second team, behind San Francisco Bay Area/Northern Cal. Results of 2012 contest.

In the contest held June 2, 2007, there were 116 teams, including four Lehigh Valley teams, Fire, Ice, Lightning, and Thunder. The Fire team came in second place. See results in Excel format. Toggle at bottom between Divisions A and B. For pdf format (slightly more compact), see Division A and Division B.

In the contest held June 3, 2006, we had three teams, the Fire, the Ice, and the Lightning. The Fire team finished third out of 113 teams. Results. (A tab at the bottom of that page toggles between Divisions A and B.)

On November 21, 2009, an 8-person Lehigh Valley Fire team won the Princeton University Math Contest in a highly competitive field of 70 teams, and on November 20, 2010, another 8-person Lehigh Valley Fire team repeated as champions of the Princeton contest, again topping a very competitive field of 70 teams. Lehigh Valley Fire also won the Princeton Math contest on November 17, 2012, by a large margin.