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William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition
The Putnam Competition
is an annual mathematics competition for undergraduate
college students of the United States and Canada.
The exam has been offered annually since 1938 and is administered by the
Mathematical Association of America.
David Brian Cross Memorial Award
The award commemorates the mathematical achievments of David Cross,
Western Maryland College Class of 1981, whose work and high standards in
mathematics courses and problem solving serve as a model of excellence.
This award is given annually to the McDaniel College student who attains
the highest significant score on the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition.
The winners of the award are:
Stephen Hardy (2010), David Grimes (2009), Fenghao Wang (2008), Jai Dhyani (2005),
Joseph Geiman (2004), David Profili (2002, 2001),
Christopher Drupieski (2001), Paul Luse (1998), Melissa Meehan (1996),
Kathleen Gaston (1994), Bin Jing (1993), Jay Taylor (1992, 1991, 1990),
Daniel Seabold (1988, 1986),
Christopher Conklin (1987), Stephan Coffman (1985, 1983),
Wende Reeser (1984)
