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Forensics team competes in final MAFL competition

RELEASED: March 2, 2010

EAU CLAIRE — The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire forensics team competed in the season's last Mid-America Forensics League competition Feb. 27-28. The competition was hosted by Northern Illinois University and Bradley University on the NIU campus in Dekalb, Ill. The UW-Eau Claire team placed third in team sweepstakes Feb. 27 and fifth Feb. 28.

Individual results for Feb. 27 are as follows:

Sophomore Patrick Martin, Burnsville, Minn., placed first in extemporaneous speaking, which qualified him for the American Forensic Association tournament in that event.

Senior Nick Miller, Hales Corners, placed first in informative speaking, qualifying for the National Forensic Association tournament in that event.

Senior April Ross, Wauwatosa, placed third in extemporaneous speaking.

Senior Whitney Zahn, Menomonee Falls, placed fourth in persuasion.

Senior Laura Magnusson, Apple Valley, Minn., placed fifth in program oral interpretation and prose. She also took eighth in poetry.

Senior Emily Schreiner, Wausau, placed fifth in communication analysis. This qualified her for NFA in that event.

Junior Sarah Taylor, Merrill, placed seventh in poetry.

Individual results for Feb. 28 are as follows:

Taylor placed second in poetry, qualifying for AFA in that event.

Magnusson placed third in program oral interpretation.

Ross placed third in impromptu speaking.

Sophomore Natalie Hunter, Vadnais Heights, Minn., placed fourth in poetry and sixth in dramatic interpretation.

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