FIRST Deep Space Kickoff

Are you guys ready to blast off into outerspace?

We are so excited to participate in this year’s theme: Deep Space. We will be competing in the North Star Regional, March 27-30. With 5 weeks until our first competition, we are hard at work getting our robot ready!

Watch the link for more information about the game:

End of Season 2018

Wow time flies when you are having so much fun!

2018 Season: Power UP! ended at Lake Superior Regional where we finished 51st with a record of 3-6-0.

We truly powered through the hardship of losing a dear mentor in February. During this time, we united together as a true family and came to competition with smiles on our faces. We thank all of the other teams who reached out to us with comfort.

FIRST Robotics is a wonderful community and we are excited to be back for the 2019 season!!

Dr. O’Hanley


Dr. David O’Hanley was not only a phenomenal teacher at Trinity, but the founder and leader of the school’s robotics team. He cared about each and every one of the team’s members and dedicated so much of his time to making sure we did our best and had fun while doing it.

If you have a memory of him or comment you would like to share with the team, please feel free to leave it below.

We miss you so much, Dr. O; thank you for everything.

Week Zero

The team participated in Eagan’s Week Zero Event this past Saturday. The robot worked beautifully and consistently throughout the day, and we were able to learn what needs to be done before the Bag-and-Tag Tuesday night.

Thank you Eagan Robotics for hosting this event and for all of the volunteers that made the day possible.

Week 5 Update

The Business Team has continued in their outreach to sponsors and finalized plans for our trip to Duluth in March. The Build Team has built the lift and is finishing up on wiring the motors. They will be starting to assemble the Gyro mount, camera, and lights. The Programming Team has been finalizing their code for all of the wheels, intake, and lift, as well as the code for autonomous.

Wish us luck this weekend as we participate in the Week Zero Event at Eagan High School!

Half-Season Update

We are wrapping up week 3 with a triumph! The Build Team successfully perfected the prototype’s intake arms and is continuing to constructing the robot’s superstructure. The Programming Team is currently working on the lasers’ communication to the robot and the movement of the “teleope”. Lastly, The Business Team is reaching out to sponsors and planning for the Duluth Trip.