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NMSU engineering design team places third nationally

The contest, held in Nashville Nov. 14, was part of ASME's international conference. The NMSU students won a regional contest in the spring with "Mr. Sticky," the remote control car they designed from scratch. At the fall conference they competed against winning teams from 12 regions across the United States, placing third behind teams from Montana State University and Villanova University in Pennsylvania.



NMSU mechanical engineering student design team (L-R) Joe Garde, Albert Owen, Carlos Manzanares, Will Patton and Kevin Padilla (not pictured is Lee Greene), show off "Mr. Sticky," the remote control car they designed from scratch.

NMSU's team consisted of team leader Albert Owen of Penasco, Lee Greene of Mountainair, Will Patton of Roswell, Kevin Padilla of Santa Fe, Joe Garde of Espanola and Carlos Manzanares of Abiquiu.

The contest, held in Nashville Nov. 14, was part of ASME's international conference. The NMSU students won a regional contest in the spring with "Mr. Sticky," the remote control car they designed from scratch. At the fall conference they competed against winning teams from 12 regions across the United States, placing third behind teams from Montana State University and Villanova University in Pennsylvania.

NMSU's team consisted of team leader Albert Owen of Penasco, Lee Greene of Mountainair, Will Patton of Roswell, Kevin Padilla of Santa Fe, Joe Garde of Espanola and Carlos Manzanares of Abiquiu.