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Forensics team places second in Twin Cities tournament

RELEASED: Nov. 23, 2011

EAU CLAIRE — The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire forensics team continued its success at the Twin Cities Forensics League Tournament Nov. 15 at Normandale Community College.

UW-Eau Claire's forensics team placed second in team sweepstakes and qualified several students for the National Forensic Association National Tournament.

Individual results are as follows:

  • Sophomore Imran Khan, Brooklyn Park, Minn., and freshman Caitlyn Duley, Saint Michael, Minn., placed second in duo interpretation, qualifying them for the NFA tournament. Duley also placed fourth in after-dinner speaking, qualifying her for the NFA tournament.

  • Sophomore Stephen Fong, Milwaukee, placed third in extemporaneous speaking, qualifying him for the NFA tournament. He also placed first in communication analysis.

  • Senior Jessica Krentz, Weston, placed second in impromptu speaking, qualifying her for the NFA tournament. Krentz also placed first in persuasion.

  • Freshman Kyra Witcher, Apple Valley, Minn., placed third in dramatic interpretation, qualifying her for the NFA tournament.

  • Junior Megan Chilman, Le Sueur, Minn., placed second in dramatic interpretation, qualifying her for the NFA tournament.

  • Junior Abby Rand, La Crosse, placed first in informative speaking and second in communication analysis.

  • Senior Kindra Kressin, Champion, Neb., placed second in prose, qualifying her for the NFA tournament. She also placed third in program oral interpretation.

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