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Students Place 4th at Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition

Students Place 4th at Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition

Alfred State placed fourth out of 12 teams at the 2012 Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition at Northeastern University, Boston, MA. This is a remarkable achievement given the level of competition from teams sponsored by major northeastern universities and given almost all of the other teams had graduate student members. The seven undergraduate students from Alfred State were enrolled in Computer and Information Technology bachelor degree programs. The members of the team were: Benjamin Andrews, Harpursville, captain; Shane Canaski, Arcade; Josh Fechter, Corfu, alternate captain; Brett Langdon, Lima; Roosevelt Marthel, Brooklyn; Adam Worth, Corfu; and Amelio Wright, Lyndonville. The coach of the Alfred State team was Jim Boardman, assistant professor and chair, computer engineering technology, Arcade; and Adam Worth, computer engineering technology, Corfu