Story posted July 02, 2009
The Northern Bites are on a roll at the 2009 World Championship competition in Graz, Austria, unbeaten after three matches.
The RoboCup team won its third game Thursday, beating the Nao Devils from Germany by a score of 2-0.
Follow the play-by-play account of Bowdoin's Northern Bites humanoid robots as they compete in the 2009 RoboCup World Championship Games in Austria.
"We had a tense start as some technical issues caused us to call a timeout before the game started," said Eric Chown, the team's advisor.
"This cost us kickoff — a big thing in RoboCup. We recovered and scored the first goal. The half ended with our putting a shot that literally rolled partially over the other team's goal line, stopping about a centimeter from being a goal. Time ran out before we could follow up."
Thursday's win comes on the heels of two victories on Wednesday. Read about those wins here.
The team has two games Friday.
Chown says the team is exceptionally positioned to advance to the quarterfinals.
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