|UW-Eau Claire||News Bureau|
|Schofield Hall 218|
|Eau Claire, WI 54702-4004|
MAILED: March 6, 1997|
EAU CLAIRE - The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Forensics Team placed first for the fifth year in a row Feb. 28-March 1 at the Wisconsin Collegiate Forensics Association State Championships held at UW-River Falls.
Jenny Reel, a senior Spanish major from Wausau, was named champion in Extemporaneous Speaking, Impromptu Speaking and After Dinner Speaking. Reel placed third in Individual Sweepstakes
Roshelle Amundson, a junior communication major from Eagle River, was named champion in Duo Interpretation (with Stacy Janisch), Prose Interpretation and Program Oral Interpretation. Amundson placed second in Individual Sweepstakes
Jennifer Sunstrom, a senior communication major from Appleton, was named champion in Oratory (Wisconsin Representative to Interstate) and Communication Analysis.
Melanie Miller, a sophomore mathematics major from Anoka, Minn., was named champion in Poetry Interpretation.
Stacy Janisch, a sophomore communication major from Maplewood, Minn., was named champion in Individual Sweepstakes.
Libby Height, a sophomore political science major from Anoka, Minn., broke an all-time record for Eau Claire as the first student to break finals in all 11 events throughout her two-year collegiate career.
Overall, team members from UW-Eau Claire won a total of 29 out of the 60 awards at the tournament, scoring more points than the rest of the state combined.
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Updated: March 25, 1997