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MU team has eyes on national title

Monday, October 11, 2004 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 5:18 a.m. CDT, Sunday, July 20, 2008

The Mizzou Debate Team continued its quest for a national championship over the weekend of Oct. 2-3 at the William Jewell Invitational in Liberty.

The tournament had 14 of the top 16 debate teams in the nation, including University of California-Berkeley, Truman State University, Arkansas State and others.

The team of Paige Hendrix and Kyle Dennis, both freshmen, advanced to the Sweet 16 before losing a close match to the eventual second-place team.

Following a first-place finish the week before at the Truman State Invitational, junior Chris Shaw and sophomore Nick Dudley won again after beating teams from Wyoming, Berkely, William Jewell and Biola University. Shaw and Dudley are the nation’s top-ranked team.

MU competed against nationally-ranked teams again in Springfield this past weekend.

For more information on the Mizzou Debate Team, visit The Mizzou Debate Team continued its quest for a national championship over the weekend of Oct. 2-3 at the William Jewell Invitational in Liberty.

The tournament had 14 of the top 16 debate teams in the nation, including University of California-Berkeley, Truman State University, Arkansas State and others.

The team of Paige Hendrix and Kyle Dennis, both freshmen, advanced to the Sweet 16 before losing a close match to the eventual second-place team.

Following a first-place finish the week before at the Truman State Invitational, junior Chris Shaw and sophomore Nick Dudley won again after beating teams from Wyoming, Berkely, William Jewell and Biola University. Shaw and Dudley are the nation’s top-ranked team.

MU competed against nationally-ranked teams again in Springfield this past weekend.

For more information on the Mizzou Debate Team, visit www.students.missouri.edu/~debate/


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