Forensics Team Triumphs!

Posted on November 11th, 2007 by

Valley Forensics League #1

November 9th, 2007

The Gustavus Forensics team continued its successful season by winning ten events at the Valley Forensics League Tournaments #1 and #2 held on the campus of Concordia College, Moorhead. Forty-two of our fifty-six slots qualified for finals over the two tournaments.

Communication Analysis:

Brittney Lovdahl-2nd place

Drama:

Tasha Carlson-1st place

CJ Hunt- 5th place

Extemporaneous Speaking:

Phil Helt-1st place

Maria Siegle-2nd place

Austin Lafferty-3rd place

Impromptu Speaking:

Phil Helt-2nd place

Mary Cunningham-3rd place

Maria Siegle-4th place

Austin Lafferty- 6th place

Informative Speaking:

Maria Siegle -1st place

Kavan Rogness- 2nd place

Mary Cunningham-3rd place

Persuasive Speaking:

Phil Helt-1st place

Mary Cunningham-2nd place

Maria Siegle-4th place

Poetry:

Brittney Lovdahl-3rd place

Program Oral Interpretation:

CJ Hunt-3rd place

Kavan Rogness-5th place

Prose:

Tasha Carlson-1st place

Kavan Rogness-2nd place

Brittney Lovdahl-3rd place

Phil Helt-4th place

Nick Harper 6th place

Valley Forensics League #2

November 10th, 2007

Communication Analysis:

Brittney Lovdahl-3rd place

Extemporaneous Speaking:

Maria Siegle-1st place

Phil Helt-3nd place

Austin Lafferty-4th place

Impromptu Speaking:

Phil Helt-1st place

Austin Lafferty- 3rd place

Informative Speaking:

Mary Cunningham-1st place

Kavan Rogness- 2nd place

Maria Siegle -3rd place

Brittney Lovdahl-4th place

Persuasive Speaking:

Mary Cunningham-1st place

Maria Siegle-2nd place

Poetry:

Brittney Lovdahl-1st place

Program Oral Interpretation:

Kavan Rogness-3rd place

Prose:

Kavan Rogness-1st place

Marie Bushnell-4th place

Brittney Lovdahl-6th place

 


One Comment

  1. Frank Gamelin'38 says:

    Your forensics record this year is awesome again. What a remarkable staff and talented array of students!

    I thought that the achievements of my friends and Prof. Evan Anderson of the 1930s might never be matched, but you incredible people seem to do it en masse.

    Your achievements are a spectacular reminder of the quality of teaching and learning at Gustavus today.