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Forensics team takes second in Twin Cities tournament

RELEASED: Feb. 8, 2010

EAU CLAIRE — The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire forensics team placed second in the Twin Cities Forensics League tournament Feb. 2 at Normandale Community College in Bloomington, Minn.

Individual results are as follows:

Junior Kindra Kressin, Champion, Neb., placed fourth in poetry.

Sophomore Natalie Hunter, Vadnais Heights, Minn., placed first in informative speaking and fourth in prose.

Sophomore Emily Gresbrink, Rochester, Minn., placed fifth in prose.

Senior Whitney Zahn, Menomonee Falls, placed third in impromptu speaking and third in persuasion.

Senior April Ross, Wauwatosa, placed first in extemporaneous speaking. She also took fourth in informative speaking, which qualified her for the National Forensic Association tournament in that event.

Sophomore Aryn Senger, Marshall, placed sixth in informative speaking, qualifying for NFA in that event.

Freshman Abby Rand, Melrose, placed fifth in persuasion, which qualified her for NFA in that event.

Sophomore Patrick Martin, Burnsville, Minn., placed second in after-dinner speaking, which qualified him for NFA in that event. He also took second in dramatic interpretation.

Senior Beth Amann, Eau Claire, placed sixth in after-dinner speaking, qualifying for NFA in that event.

Freshman Megan McKeown, Eagan, Minn., placed third in dramatic interpretation, qualifying for NFA in that event.

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