Mock Trial students at Indiana University.
On January 25-26, Northwood Mock Trial teams competed at the Hoosier Hoedown hosted by Indiana University.
Northwood Team 931 earned sixth place by winning their rounds against the University of Notre Dame and Lewis University. Northwood split ballots in their round against the University of Chicago and lost its round to Miami. The team of TC (Thomas) Sample, a junior from Westland; Terrence Green, a junior from Hesperia; Paige Buckley, a senior from Birch Run; Aaron Grace, a junior from Flushing; Kathleen West, a junior from Birch Run; Holly Redlawski, a junior from Saint Clair; and Jeremiah Dohms, a senior from Barrie, Ontario, finished with a record of 5 wins and 3 losses. In addition to the team awards, Terrence Green and Kathleen West won individual recognition in the form of an Outstanding Attorney Award and Outstanding Witness Award, respectively.
Northwood Team 932 faced teams from Miami University-Ohio, Lewis University, Indiana University and Northwestern University. This novice team of Matt Jensen, a junior from Bay City; Adrian Camacho, a freshman from Bellflower, CA; Chelsea Howe, a freshman from Davison; Ashley Calloway, a senior from Flint; Eric Johnson, a junior from Chicago, IL; Crystal Chen, a senior from Malaysia; and Marlies Klekner-Alt, a sophomore from Ottawa, Ontario, gained valuable knowledge, experience and skills.
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