The Mercer University Binary Bears are the universitys premier computer programming team. The group meets weekly with Dr. Andy Digh and practices for various competitions around the country. The team made the 2007 World Finals and ranked top 8% in the world that year after tying for 1st place in the Southeast and beating Georgia Tech.
They have also had five straight years among the best 10 teams in the ACM Southeastern Regionals and Winners of the 2010, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2002, and 1995 CCSC Titles!
The Binary Bears Historical Record
2004 3rd Place ACM; 1st Place CCSC
2005 5th Place ACM; 1st Place CCSC
2006 2nd Place ACM; 1st Place CCSC; World Finals Honorable Mention
2007 8th Place ACM; 1st Place CCSC
2008 27th Place ACM; 4th Place CCSC
2009 25th Place ACM; 5th Place CCSC
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