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Results of the
2001 International & Intercollegiate Mining Competition
Hosted by Mackay School of Mines

 

First
Second

 

Women's Teams
Mucking
Hand Drilling
Swede Saw
Gold Panning
Trackstand
Jackleg Drilling
Survey
Total Points
Overall Placing
Missouri
2.54.34
10-11/16
2.00.31
12.50.63
6.58
168-11/16
251.93
10
1
Michigan
DQ
7-9/16
2.51.46
28.16.07
13.15.00
153-7/8
275.58
27
4
Montana
3.51.93
8-15/16
5.25.59
25.13.40
9.15
149-15/16
71.19
22
3
South Dakota
3.01.84
9-7/16
3.10.08
13.34.94
7.24.0
197-5/8
80.84
15
2
Mackay
4.06.96
7-1/16
2.22.83
1.12.56.44
13.46
129-1/4
556.26
31
5
                   
Co-Ed Teams                  
Missouri
2.54.34
7-7/8
2.05.49
41.57.74
8.50.0
191-15/16
0.39
15
2
Colorado
4.28.37
6-7/16
3.15.49
52.31.76
8.26.0
161-9/16
429.39
28
4
Montana
2.44.00
13-1/16
2.12.42
37.18.24
5.42.0
149-9/16
147.88
14
1
South Dakota
3.46.09
6-1/8
4.20.3
55.35.15
9.33
142-9/16
231.77
33
5
Virginia Tech
3.13.87
10-11/16
2.16.96
21.47.02
7.06
190-15/16
118.57
15
2
                   
Men's Teams                  
Arizona
4.05.37
9-5/16
4.04.28
40.19.92
7.56
178-1/4
126
67
10
Colorado
3.23.87
12
2.01.56
34.39.41
5.05
220-1/16
461.89
48
8
Idaho
3.36.71
5-3/16
3.39.40
1.06.08.64
9.39
172-7/16
118.03
71
11
Mackay
2.41.78
13-7/8
1.54.37
28.37.00
4.58
261
562.49
38
5
Michigan
3.28.06
9-11/16
2.24.20
56.24.13
10.36
206-13/16
154.99
63
9
Missouri
3.24.00
16-1/16
2.21.68
20.40.75
3.43
195-3/4
195.7
42
6
Montana A
2.18.09
21-1/16
1.01.14
16.10.59
4.41
210-7/8
213.53
23
2
Montana B
2.57.09
17
1.23.50
9.36.47
4.05
212-1/2
31.12
23
2
South Dakota
3.18.28
7-15/16
3.53.37
1.13.35.64
6.12
173-1/4
577.19
71
11
WASM Gold
2.26.81
21-7/8
1.02.6
46.31.32
5.28
238-3/4
2.66
23
1
WASM Green
2.36.12
19-3/8
1.19.09
28.38.08
6.02
201-1/16
31.64
34
4
Virginia Tech
3.21.50
14-13/16
1.13.01
21.40.77
5.28
165-7/8
86.69
42
6

* Only team to successfully find all BB"s during Gold Pan

Beer Chug Champions  
Men's Division Montana
Women's Divison South Dakota
Coed Divison Australia

DQ=Disqualified, NS=No Show

 

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