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    Sophomores Carol Jiang, Connor Gordon, Michelle Zhu, Joanne Haner and Adam Cui were a part of the championship team during their freshman year.
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    The championship Theta team couldn't help but show off their rings to those around them at the ceremony.
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    The Mu Alpha Theta championship ring consists of the patriots logo and the title "National Champions" among other designs along the sides of the ring.
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    Advisor Mr. Richard Rovere, sophomore Joanne Haner and head coach Dr. Radleigh Santos all received rings at the ceremony.
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    Sophomore Joanne Haner walks on stage to shake hands with Mr. Rovere before receiving her ring.
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    The theta team struggles to contain their excitement after receiving their championship rings.
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    Sophomore Daniel Block shakes hands with coach Mrs. Chin receiving his championship ring.
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    Last year's Alpha team stands alongside their now statistics teacher Mr. Isaac Sofy. This year, the mathletes will be competing in statistics.
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    Head coach Dr. Radleigh Santos hands sophomore Carol Jiang her championship ring on stage.
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    Mu Alpha Theta co-president senior Max Ranis receives his championship ring from Dr. Santos. Ranis earned first place in all of his individual competitions at the state convention held last April.
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    Dr. Radleigh Santos hands junior Gabriel Diriviam his championship ring.
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    Mu Alpha Theta coaches and advisors wait on stage for the ring distribution to begin.
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    Mu Alpha Theta advisor Mr. Richard Rovere gives a speech at the start of the ceremony.

Mu Alpha Theta receives their championship rings

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It’s common to see a championship ring on the finger of an athlete, but not on a mathlete.

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