JV Debate Finishes 17th in U.S.
Posted by Sean Flynt on 2014-04-02The American Debate Association has ranked Samford University’s junior varsity debate 17th in the U.S. at the end of the 2013-2014 season. Participating team members included Natalie Bennie, Erin Carley, Will Higgins, Josh Morrison-Alvarez.
The association also named sophomore University Fellow Bennie an Academic All American for her high grades and strong debate performance.
Team members and coaches will join with debate alumni and friends April 12 for a debate reunion. All are welcome to join in the reunion events.
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