Titan Fast Pitch Lightning Round (Finals) Pitches and Awards Video

Being at the Titan Fast Pitch was an awesome experience but not everyone could attend, or maybe you did attend and you want to rewatch the pitches from the finalists. Well, you are in luck! Below is the video of the finalists giving their pitches along with the awards announcements and a brief written synopsis of each pitch. I hope you enjoy!

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University Track Finalists

  • 1st Place: Sierra Levanto, Chapman University
    • Synopsis: Bamboo fiber lined diapers that are more sustainable than current options
  • 2nd Place: Parastoo Delgoshaei, University of Maryland and James Wratten, UCLA
    • Synopsis: Innovative brace design that aligns teeth individually, eliminating the current problem inherent with traditional braces where teeth move when neighboring teeth move
  • 3rd Place: Lauren Horgan, Cal Poly Pomona
    • Synopsis: Virtual staging software that will make listings much simpler for realtors
  • 4th Place: Daniel Cazares, Cal State Fullerton
    • Synopsis: Good Neighbor is a QR code pasted on windshield of vehicles that allows people who pass by a car with a problem like a broken windshield or flat tire to notify them that there is a problem

High School/Middle School Track Finalists

  • 1st Place: Hayley Amo, Troy High School
    • Synopsis: Tricourt is a gym concept that gets people to work out together
  • 2nd Place: Savannah Gutierrez, El Dorado High School
    • Synopsis: Germs are everywhere in public restrooms, including door handles. Her concept is to create a sensor that will automatically open the door when someone is nearby
  • 3rd Place: Stephen Nguyen and Lyle Lalunio, Troy High School
    • Synopsis: Feed to Seed is an app that aims to solve the tremendous food waste epidemic
  • 4th Place: Angel Perez, Katella High School
    • Synopsis: Clothing company that enables loved ones to track children


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