Women’s mining team wins world championship

The Women’s Mining Team earned first place in its category at the 37th Intercollegiate Mining Competition held in March at the Western Australia School of Mines in Kalgoorlie, Australia.

The team defended its title as world champions in a competition designed to test skills in old-fashioned mining techniques known as “mucking.” S&T’s co-ed team took sixth place. The Men’s A and B teams earned 12th and eighth place, respectively.

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