Southwestern Oklahoma State University Computer Club students in Weatherford recently won awards at the recent Computer Simulating Gaming Conference (CSGC) competition held in Tulsa. Attending were (front from left): Jose Jaume, Kamuela Ahuna, Alex Cassidy, Andrew Womack, Jacob Miller and Lane Fikes. Back row--Anthony Morris and Noah Camp.

Southwestern Oklahoma State University Computer Club students in Weatherford recently won awards at the recent Computer Simulating Gaming Conference (CSGC) competition held in Tulsa. Attending were (front from left): Jose Jaume, Kamuela Ahuna, Alex Cassidy, Andrew Womack, Jacob Miller and Lane Fikes. Back row--Anthony Morris and Noah Camp.

SWOSU Computer Club Students Win Trophies at Gaming Conference

Southwestern Oklahoma State University Computer Club students in Weatherford recently attended the Computer Simulating Gaming Conference (CSGC), formally known as the Heartland Gaming Expo, in Tulsa and came away with several trophies.

CSGC is the largest game development competition in the central United States.

Winning second place in the Code Jam were SWOSU students Andrew Womack and Kamuela Ahuna, both of Marlow, Jose Jaume of Duncan and Anthony Morris of Hinton.

SWOSU students participating in the Game Showcase were Lane Fikes of Yukon, Alex Cassidy of Duncan, Jacob Miller of Arnett and Ahuna. The team won third place.

Noah Camp of Altus provided the music for both games entered in the competition.

Cassidy also participated in Digital Art, bringing home the second place trophy as well as the People’s Choice Award.

Accompanying the students to the competition were Computer Club sponsors Dr. Karen Sweeney and Hayden Harrington.