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October 24, 2001
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Tech/ BHSU Team Wins At ROTC Ranger Challenge
Three students from Rapid City were part of the combined South Dakota School of Mines and Technology/ Black Hills State University team that won two of six events at the Army ROTC Ranger Challenge held recently in Colorado Springs, Colo.
The team placed first in the Army Physical Fitness Test with a score of 298 out of a possible 300 and in the 10K Forced Ruck March with a winning margin of 11 minutes.
The Rapid City students were Aaron Buchholz, a Civil and Environmental Engineering major, Jon Vaughn, an Interdisciplinary Science major, and Bryan Woods, a Mechanical Engineering major.
The other team members from Tech were Jon Vaughn, an Interdisciplinary Science major from West Long Beach, N. J., Jordan Lanning, a Civil and Environmental Engineering major from Jefferson, William Mulder, a Mechanical Engineering major from Corsica, and Roy Gullickson, an Electrical Engineering major from Marion
The BHSU students were Adam Romkema, a wellness composite major from Spearfish, and Savannah Hall, a biology major from Spearfish.
The team competed against Colorado University at Boulder, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Colorado State University and the University of Wyoming.
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