The Waterloo Black team composed of Tyson Andre (2A software engineering), Benoit Maurin (mathematics), and Anton Raichuk (Cheriton PhD student) won the ACM East Central North America Regional section of the ACM International Collegiate Programming competition this October. They solved all nine problems of the five-hour contest in just over four hours. Runners-up, the University of Toronto and Carnegie Mellon University, solved eight problems. The Waterloo Gold team placed 5th and Waterloo Red team was 17th. Ondrej Lhotak, Hanson Wang, Tor Myklebust, and Gordon Cormack coached the three teams. With this win, Waterloo Black advances to the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals to be held next May in Poland.