Tough competition strengthens Bronco Forensics

On October 18-19, the Hastings College Bronco Forensics team recently competed at the 2014 Minnesota River Swing hosted by University of Minnesota–Mankato in Mankato, Minnesota, and Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota. The team made an impressive showing against national power-house schools, Bradley University and Northwestern University. The results are as follows:

Saturday, October 18:

Sierra Walker, a senior from Gering, Nebraska, reached semi-finals in Impromptu Speaking.

Corbin Henk, a junior from Doniphan, Nebraska, was fifth in Communication Analysis.

Trischia Rueckert, a junior from Beloit, Kansas, was sixth in Communication Analysis.

Kathryn Edwards, a sophomore from Louisville, Nebraska, was fifth in After Dinner Speaking.

Sunday, October 19:

Corbin Henk, a junior from Doniphan, Nebraska, was fifth in Prose Interpretation.

Trischia Rueckert, a junior from Beloit, Kansas, was fourth in Communication Analysis.

On October 25-26, the team competed in Omaha, Nebraska, at the 2014 Halloween Swing hosted by University of Nebraska–Omaha and Doane College. The team made good showing against numerous top 10 American Forensics Association (AFA)-ranked schools, including Bradley University, Western Kentucky University and Gustavus Adolphus College. The results are as follows:

 

Saturday, October 25:

Sierra Walker, a senior from Gering, Nebraska, was sixth in Impromptu Speaking.

Miranda Klugesherz, a senior from Colorado Springs, Colorado, was sixth in After Dinner Speaking and reached semi-finals in Impromptu Speaking and Prose Interpretation.

Aaron Pierce, a junior from Cozad, Nebraska, was fourth in Extemporaneous Speaking.

Tommy Hendrix, a junior from Omaha, Nebraska, was fourth in Poetry Interpretation and reached semi-finals in Prose Interpretation

Sunday, October 26:

Sierra Walker, a senior from Gering, Nebraska, was second in Impromptu Speaking.

Miranda Klugesherz, a senior from Colorado Springs, Colorado, was sixth in After Dinner Speaking and sixth in Prose Interpretation.

Aaron Pierce, a junior from Cozad, Nebraska, was first in Impromptu Speaking.

Eunice Adounkpe, a junior from Omaha, Neb., was sixth in Dramatic Interpretation.

Kathryn Edwards, a sophomore from Louisville, Neb., was fifth in After Dinner Speaking.

Next weekend, the team will travel to Hutchinson, Kansas, for the Dragon-Loper Rodeo hosted by Hutchinson Community College and University of Nebraska- Kearney.

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