SF State's Forensics Debate Team Scores Major Wins

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Monday, November 25, 2019
Photo of SF State Forensics Team posing for picture with medals

UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT, SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY -- Forensics, San Francisco State University’s speech and debate team, scored major wins in this year’s fall season of competition. The team, part of the Department of Communication Studies in the College of Liberal & Creative Arts, placed first in four events at the 11th Annual Golden Gate Season Opener debate match. The match is the largest intercollegiate forensics tournament in the Bay Area, and was hosted at SF State. In addition to the four first-place wins, SF State students took home one second-place win and three third-place wins.

Pictured:

Back row, from left: Oliver Tripp and Teddy Albiniak.

Middle row, from left: Patrick Ford, Nico Petricari Pesci, JP Escarcega, Victoria Meuter-Montijo, Erick Peraza, Juan Millan and Zachary Waters.

Front row, from left: Miranda Pokorny, Dan Gabis, Sabrina Ghidossi, Komal Virk, Gabriella Proxmire, Philip Enguancho and Juan Campbell

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