[CQ-Contest] CQ-Contest Digest, Vol 35, Issue 66

Doug Grant k1dg at ix.netcom.com
Thu Nov 24 16:48:07 EST 2005

> kenharker at kenharker.com wrote:

>> ... what other schools are represented out there in Contestland?
> The University of Texas has produced several well-known contesters, 
> including
> two editors of the _NCJ_, and (we think) more WRTC contestants than any
> other college or university in the United States:
> http://n5xu.ae.utexas.edu/history/contesting.shtml

A relatively obscure state engineering college in Massachusetts has also 
been reasonably productive. Lowell Tech (later Univ of Lowell, now 
University of Mass. - Lowell), home of now-defunct club station WA1JUY, 
produced K1RX (current president of YCCC, and solid M2 & MM station in DX 
contests), as well as well-known contesters K1AR and K1DG.

And as far as WRTC goes, if you're counting total "alumni appearances", I 
think Lowell wins with (so far), since AR and I have each been to the dance 
4 times.


Doug K1DG (Lowell Tech '75) 

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