MVC Debate and Forensics Qualifies Two for Nationals
The MVC Debate and Forensics team opened their season competing virtually at the Washburn University Warmup, qualifying two students for Nationals.
Camden Phillips, a sophomore from South Dakota, put up a 4-2 record in preliminary rounds and advanced to Octofinals where he lost a close debate to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Seth Carter, a freshman from Kansas, put up a 5-1 record in the junior varsity division in preliminary rounds. They won two elimination debates to end up in finals versus the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where they lost a close debate to take second place overall in the tournament.
By advancing to elimination rounds, both Camden and Seth are now qualified for the NFA-LD National Tournament.
Also competing in the junior varsity division were Eva Agcaoili from Missouri and Sha Wilson from Texas, who both compiled 3-3 records and were one win away from qualifying for nationals.
“It was an incredibly successful opening weekend for MVC Debate and Forensics,” said Head Coach David Bowers.
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