Doane Forensics Places 12th nationally
The Doane College Forensics team finished 12th in the nation at the American Forensics Association’s National Tournament April 5-8 at Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kans.
The 12th place finish is the second highest in Doane history. A total of 68 teams competed at the event.
Ten Doane students qualified to compete at the National Tournament. All ten students contributed points to the final team score. Six students each finished in the top 40 of at least one event.
Doane results include:
Delta Wilson (freshman) Impromptu Speaking, Persuasive Speaking
Ashley Kuntz (freshman) Impromptu Speaking, Extemporaneous Speaking
Andrew DeCamp (sophomore) Program of Oral Interpretation (13th), Drama Interpretation, Poetry Interpretation
Tyler Strobl (sophomore) Informative Speaking (17th), Program of Oral Interpretation (20th), Communication Analysis, After Dinner Speaking
Alyssa Bouc (sophomore) Informative Speaking (28th), Impromptu Speaking (26th), Persuasive Speaking, Communication Analysis
Cassidy Stefka (junior) Informative Speaking, Poetry Interpretation, Dramatic Duo
Alisha Forbes (junior) Drama Interpretation, Program of Oral Interpretation
Bekah Ehly (senior) Drama Interpretation (32nd), Program of Oral Interpretation (17th), Poetry Interpretation (11th), Prose Interpretation
Erik Buser (senior) Program of Oral Interpretation (38th), Prose Interpretation, Drama Interpretation, Poetry Interpretation, Dramatic Duo
Jordan Johnson (senior) Communication Analysis (35th), Persuasive Speaking (13th), Informative Speaking, Impromptu Speaking, After Dinner Speaking, Extemporaneous Speaking