Math Madness Team Named National Champions

Math Madness is an online, team-based competition event that takes place each fall and spring, enabling students to compete in leagues of weekly competition followed by a nation-wide, single-elimination bracket tournament. This month, Archmere was named the 2020 Division IIB High School Math Madness Championship Team after a fantastic win over Greensboro Day School in North Carolina.
On December 9th, by a 47-second margin, Archmere's Fall Math Madness upset their opponents, the Franklin Regional High School Panthers (Murrysville, PA), earning Archmere a spot in the Final Four. Nick Zhu, Alex Chen, Leo Chang, Joe Caruso and Helen Qi are returning members of last year's championship-winning team. This year the team welcomed new members Sophia Chen, Rich Smith, Connor Victoria, and Gavin Ngyuen. On December 16th, the team competed against Monrovia High School, from Monrovia, CA, and won 24-10, sending them off to the Championship. On Monday, December 21st, the team took on the Greensboro Day School in North Carolina for the Title, defeating them 17-10 and winning the national Math Madness Championship. 

Congratulations to the entire team!

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Archmere Academy is a private, Catholic, college preparatory co-educational academy,
grades 9-12 founded in 1932 by the Norbertine Fathers.