Math Mayhem Participants Calculate Way to Win

Galloway, N.J. – Students from Egg Harbor Township High School, Absegami High School and Clearview Regional High School took home awards in the eighth annual Math Mayhem tournament held at Stockton University on March 30.

math mayhem 2019 winnersThe Egg Harbor Township team of Vicky Zheng, CJ Faulhaber, and Sakhi Shah took home first place in the group competition.  The Egg Harbor Township team of Aidan Himley, Sheikh Mahmud, and Eddie Tran took second place, and the Absegami team of Sydney Mullin, Janvi Patel, and Derek Michael placed third.

In the individual competition, Derek Michael of Absegami placed first, Vicky Zheng of Egg Harbor Township placed second, and Jonathan Cho of Clearview Regional placed third.

Math Mayhem is a competition of individual and team exams designed to challenge the students and assess their current skill development.  The goal is to promote math and Stockton’s math programs, and support local high schools.

math mayhem 2019 winnerThe 13 participating schools this year were: Absegami High School, Oakcrest High School, Cedar Creek High School, Ocean City High School, Mainland Regional High School, Atlantic County Institute of Technology, Egg Harbor Township High School, Atlantic City High School, Holly Spirit High School, Clearview Regional High School, Pilgrim Academy, Middletown North High School, and St. Augustine Prep.

The competition is sponsored by the Mathematics program at the Stockton School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and the Stockton Math Club.  Professor of Mathematics Chia-Lin Wu is the competition director, with faculty committee members Bradley Forrest, Judith Vogel, Pam Kosick, Suzanne Nezzar, Yujin Shen and Juan Tolosa.

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Diane D’Amico
Director of News and Media Relations
Stockton University
Galloway, N.J. 08205