2018 TAME Golden Triangle STEM Competition Results

2018 TAME Golden Triangle STEM Competition Results

(Beaumont, TX) – The 2018 TAME Golden Triangle STEM Competition was hosted at Lamar University on Saturday, February 3, 2018. The event, offered free of cost to participants, brought together student competitors (grades 6-12) from across the region.

Students competed in individual math and science tests and as part of a team to solve an Engineering Design Challenge. This year's challenge was developed by engineers from Raytheon. Top finishers from the math and science tests and the Engineering Design Challenge were recognized. One student from each grade level was recognized as the Ace Award Winner for the highest combined math and science score.

Read the article from the Beaumont Business Journal, 2018 Golden Triangle Divisional STEM Competition held.

The Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering (TAME) is a statewide 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1976 that enables Texas students to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). In addition to testing student knowledge of math and science concepts, the competition promotes teamwork, leadership, and academic achievement.

More information on TAME's STEM Competitions can be found here. If you have any questions or comments, please contact the leadership for the Golden Triangle Chapter.

Congratulations to all our competitors! 


If you took photos at the event, please consider sharing pictures of the 2018 Divisional STEM Competitions with the TAME State Office. We will share selected pictures on the TAME Facebook page and with corporate and university partners who have ensured that the competition is offered free of cost to participants. You can email pictures to or upload them to Google Drive here.


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Photo from the 2018 Golden Triangle Divisional STEM Competition.

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1st Place2nd Place3rd Place4th Place5th Place6th Place
6th GradeElliot GravisJayven PickensKhalie GipsonMiracle QueenErika ValienteCarson Coleman
7th GradeAxel Jotham BuanSaad MohammedSemaj CubitGavin SyasTorri CulpepperAustin Coleman
8th GradePeter NguyenKavya RathiMarcos HernandezDannie TranJennifer Escolera and Thailynn White
9th GradeNatalia Ndebi and Mona AlmuftiSyed Deedar AmirTyler StuckLogan WhiteAutumn DennisonShems Atiyeh
10th GradeAfrosa IslamRuilin ZhangZaid MohammedGabriela ValienteBreiyon ChappellAlton Avery
11th GradeHunter SyasBilda MontoyaClaudia CooperMaham RathiSyed Hussain AmirAudrea Broussard
12th GradeSyed ShamsMuhammad ShahzadSyed AmirCarmen AndradeEduardo Sauceda



1st Place2nd Place3rd Place4th Place5th Place6th Place
6th GradeElliot GravisCarson ColemanErika ValienteMiracle QueenKhalie GipsonJayven Pickens
7th GradeAxel Jotham BuanGavin SyasHailey JacksonTorri CulpepperLoren Newcost and Yandell Williams
8th GradePeter NguyenDarian HardinPrentice AltafMarcos HernandezKavya RathiZoe Stephens
9th GradeMona Almufti andNatalia Ndebi Tyler StuckSyed Deedar AmirLogan WhiteShems AtiyehAutumn Dennison
10th GradeAfrosa IslamGabriela ValienteVictor MidgettZaid MohammedRuilin ZhangAlton Avery
11th GradeHunter SyasBilda MontoyaLuna FarreraClaudia CooperAnthony ParkerKatherine Martinez
12th GradeSyed ShamsMuhammad ShahzadCarmen AndradeEduardo SaucedaSyed Amir




Combined Score
6th GradeElliot Gravis
7th GradeAxel Jotham Buan
8th GradePeter Nguyen
9th GradeNatalia Ndebi and Mona Almufti
10th GradeAfrosa Islam
11th GradeHunter Syas
12th GradeSyed Shams




1st Place
Alton Avery
Eduardo Sauceda
Kelsie Davis
Miracle Queen
Prentice Altaf
Tommy Lawrence

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