Cal Poly Students Win 20 Awards at 2018 PSWC

April 16, 2018

106 Cal Poly students competed in ASCE’s annual Pacific Southwest Conference (PSWC) at Northern Arizona University April 12-14. Over 1,500 students from 18 schools competed in the events this year. Teams competed in a variety of events including  concrete canoe, steel bridge, environmental design, geotechnical design, surveying, technical paper, concrete bowling, scavenger hunts, and several sport tournaments. The Cal Poly team took home 20 awards including first place for the PSWC award.

 

2018 PSWC Awards

Kan Jam – 1st

Concrete frisbee – 1st

Soccer - 2nd

Environmental – 3rd

Sustainability – 2nd

Concrete Canoe (Men’s Endurance) – 1st

Concrete Canoe (Women’s Endurance) – 1st

Concrete Canoe (Men’s Sprint) – 1st

Concrete Canoe (Women’s Sprint) – 1st

Concrete Canoe (Co-ed Sprint) – 1st

Concrete Canoe (Final product) – 1st

Concrete Canoe (Design Report) – 1st

Concrete Canoe (Presentation) – 2nd

Concrete Canoe (Overall) – 1st

Steel Bridge (Construction Speed) – 1st

Steel Bridge (Lightness) – 1st

Steel Bridge (Stiffness) – 1st

Steel Bridge (Structural Efficiency) – 1st

Steel Bridge (Overall) – 1st

PSWC 2018 – 1st