Williams--Brenton E. (Class of 1991)
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University of Northern Iowa's individual events team closes NFA season ranked 11th in nation, with a 10th place speaker award.
Public Relations News Release 1988:448, p.1
|4/26/1989||Northern Iowa placed fifth in the President's I Division. Venessa Kuhlmann received individual honors as one of the Tournament's top speakers. She placed 10th in pentathlon. James O'Connor placed sixth in informative speaking. `|
13th place finish for University of Northern Iowa individual events team at AFA national tournament.
Public Relations News Release 1988:407, p.1
|4/12/1989||Venessa Kuhlmann advanced to quarterfinal competition in after dinner speaking. According to Sara Cornette the "race for the top" was very close, with only three points separating Northern Iowa from the 10th place team.|
University of Northern Iowa district individual events tournament results qualify additional events for national competition.
Public Relations News Release 1988:355, p.1
|3/17/1989||Katharina Sharpe, first in poetry interpretation. Brenton Williams, first in after dinner speaking. Kevin Gilbertson, third in after dinner speaking. Ryan Siskow, second in persuasive speaking and third in after dinner speaking.|
Another second place sweepstakes win for Northern Iowa individual events team.
Public Relations News Release 1988:279, p.1
|2/1/1989||UNI hosted the Mid-America Forensic League Tournament. Northern Iowa captured four place finishes.|
University of Northern Iowa individual events team scores successes on two outings.
Public Relations News Release 1988:182, p.1
|11/21/1988||Sixth place finish at the first novice tournament of the year and third place sweepstakes at South Dakota State University's tournament were among the "trophies" that came home last week with members of the individual events team.|
Northern Iowa individual events team takes first place in sweepstakes in MAFL, tourney.
Public Relations News Release 1988:135, p.1
|11/1/1988||First place finish at Mid-America Forensic Association National Tournament, at Creighton University, Omaha.|
Northern Iowa individual events team captures second place at Mankato tournament.
Public Relations News Release 1988:130, p.1
|10/28/1988||Twenty-three teams entered the competition. UNI students placed in many events.|
Northern Iowa takes sixth place sweepstakes at National forensic association tournament in Arizona.
Public Relations News Release 1988:403, p.1
|4/28/1988||Sixth place sweepstakes at the National Forensic Association National Tournament was captured by the sixteen members of the University of Northern Iowa's individual events team.|
Fourth place finish for Northern Iowa individual events team at AFA National Tournament: Two national champions named
Public Relations News Release 1987:372, p.1
|4/15/1988||Shelley Schnathorst and Deanna Gunderson place first in their respective divisions of the American Forensic Association National Tournament. The team was coached by Penny Geurink, and Professors Richard West and Mary Ann Renz.|
On heels of successful season, Northern Iowa individual events team sending 11 to AFA national tournament April 8-11
Public Relations News Release 1987:351, p.1
|4/7/1988||Eleven students qualify for the American Forensic Association National Tournament. The team is coached by Professors Mary Ann Renz and Bill Henderson, and will compete in sales analysis, communication analysis, and prose interpretation.|
University of Northern Iowa qualifies 11 more entries for American Forensics Association National Tournament in April
Public Relations News Release 1987:307, p.1
|3/14/1988||The university qualifies eleven entries for the April American Forensics Tournament. Qualifying participants compete in communication analysis, persuasive speaking, and sales analysis.|
University of Northern Iowa student radio station KCRS to sponsor trivia contest
Public Relations News Release 1987:289, p.1
|3/1/1988||KCRS organizes their sixth twenty-four hour trivia contest. Questions will be aired every fifteen minutes with varying point values. The top four teams of at least two members are eligible for prizes.|
Northern Iowa individual events team captures first place in state tournament
Public Relations News Release 1987:279, p.1
|2/24/1988||Penny Geurink, and Professors Mary Ann Renz and William Henderson coach the individual events team in their first place victory in the Iowa Intercollegiate Forensic Association State Tournament.|
Northern Iowa individual events team earns another sweepstakes honor
Public Relations News Release 1987:170, p.1
|12/10/1987||The individual events team earns third place in a ten-state University of Wisconsin tournament. The team is coached by Professors Mary Ann Renz and Richard West. The team's next competition is held at the St. Olaf College in Minnesota.|
Speech students place sixth in recent Bradley tournament
Northern Iowan 84:25, p.12
|11/20/1987||Finish sixth of twenty-two teams.|
Northern Iowa's Individual Events speech team continues its 'winning ways'
Public Relations News Release 1987:141, p.1
|11/17/1987||Professor Mary Ann Renz' Individual Events team achieve their fifth consecutive placement in a major speech competition. The seven-member team was accompanied by Professors Renz and William Henderson.|
Northern Iowa's individual events team takes second at MAFL Tournament in Missouri
Public Relations News Release 1987:118, p.1
|11/2/1987||The individual events team places second in the America Forensics League Tournament. Students competed in sales speaking, communication analysis, and poetry interpretation. The team was coached by Professor Mary Ann Renz.|
Northern Iowa's individual events team wins another first place sweepstakes award
Public Relations News Release 1987:101, p.1
|10/27/1987||The individual events team earns first place at the Mankato State University Tournament in Minnesota. Students competed in sales speaking, theatre, and communication analysis. The team was accompanied by Professor Richard West, and Penny Geurink.|
Story on dispute called incomplete
Williams--Brenton E. (Class of 1991)
Northern Iowan 84:16, p.4
|10/20/1987||Believes story on parking lot dispute was one-sided.|
UNI individual events team off to a good start
Public Relations News Release 1987:61, p.1
|10/2/1987||The individual events team takes second place in the Mid-America Forensics League competition at Loras College. The team was accompanied by Professors Bill Henderson, Richard West, and Mary Ann Renz.|
Another 'Top 10' national finish for UNI's individual events team
Public Relations News Release 1987:356, p.1
|5/1/1987||The individual events team places eighth in the National Forensics Association Tournament. The team was accompanied by Professors Mary Ann Renz, Bill Henderson, and Julie Goodlick.|
UNI's KCRS student radio station to sponsor 24-hour trivia contest April 24-25
Public Relations News Release 1987:330, p.1
|4/16/1987||KCRS sponsors a twenty-four hour trivia contest, with teams of two to fifty students competing for prizes. The first team to call in a correct answer receives Dancer Hall's Merrill House holds three consecutive victories.|
First place sweepstakes win for UNI's Individual Events team in MAFL tournament concludes regular season; nine team members qualify for AFA Nationals
Public Relations News Release 1987:292, p.1
|3/30/1987||Professor Mary Ann Renz and Rich West accompany the nine-member team to the final Mid-America Forensic League Tournament of the year. Julie Goodlick and Bill Henderson led their team in the AFA National Tournament in Fargo.|
Residence Hall Association executives and other officers elected at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1986:435, p.1
|5/16/1986||Schnekloth- President; Burken- Vice-President of programming; Smith- President of judicial affairs; Simmons- Secretary; Motter- treasurer; all officers all elected by their student body peers.|
Morse--Julie A. (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 82:27, p.15
|12/13/1985||Glenn Fries, Brenton Williams, and Gary Wolter perform in a radio version of the play the "A Christmas Carol"; photo.|
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