Heavy Winds and Rain Proved Too Much for UC s Entry in the Concrete Canoe Competition

On Friday, April 1, the surveying, concrete canoe and concrete Frisbee competitions were held at A. J. Jolly Park in southern Campbell County, Ky. If UC’s hopes sank, at least their canoe did not.

Approximately 250 college students attended from 12 schools representing Ohio, Kentucky and Pennsylvania.


Each heat was hotly contested, even though the weather did not cooperate.

Each heat was hotly contested, even though the weather did not cooperate.


Concrete Canoe Results:
1.  Western Kentucky University
2.  Youngstown State University
3.  Ohio State University


The UC surveying team.

The UC surveying team.


On Saturday, April 2, the steel bridge, technical paper and waste water competitions were held on the UC campus.

The UC steel bridge-building team.

The UC steel bridge-building team.

Steel Bridge Results:

1.  Western Kentucky University

2.  Ohio State University

3.  University of Pittsburgh

Read more about the conference and competitions

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