|In the recent Bot Battles 2002, four robots, each designed and built by
a pair of Summerset State engineering students, smashed heads in the
demolition derby-style event to decide the winner of the prestigious R2D2 Trophy.
Two first-round contests sent the two winning robots to the championship
game and the losers to the consolation game to fight for 3rd place. From the
tournament results below, can you determine the names of the students who
built each battling bot (each pair of contestants had a female and a male
member) and the complete results in the first round, championship, and
consolation matches of the Bot Battles 2002?
- In one match, the MechanoMonster defeated the robot entered by Ms. Nash
and her partner.
- In one first-round battle, the entry constructed by Dan and his partner
was defeated by the BasherBorg.
- The robot designed by Mr. Wynn and his partner never met the DeathDroid
during the competition.
- Susan and Ms. Cisco are Ph. D. candidates at State.
- The match in which the robot built by Ms. Malden and her partner upset
the fierce-looking RoboWrecker wasn't the one for 3rd place.
- Dan, who isn't Teller, didn't partner with Carrie in the event.
- Randy, who isn't Kennedy, didn't co-design with Ms. Cisco.
- Beth didn't partner with Lucas.
- Ms. Malden wasn't one of the designers of the MechanoMonster.
- Dan and Ms. Nash weren't engineers on the same robot.
- In one battle, Mr. Wynn and partner's robot won on points over the
robot built by Carrie, who isn't Ms. Nash, and her co-constructor.
- The entry designed and made by Jenny and Andy didn't win the R2D2
- The bot built by Ms. Fisher and her partner beat the bot built by
Mr. Teller and his partner in one battle.
- Kennedy had the controls when his robot won one match.
- After the battles, Carrie asked the builders of the RoboWrecker for
their design pages so that she could study them.
- Tom, who isn't Lucas, didn't have Ms. Cisco as co-designer of his bot.