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Opening Round Championship Series Mock Trial Team
Mock Trial Team Competes in Opening Round Championship Series
Hamilton’s Mock Trial team placed 12th (out of 24) at its Opening Round Championship Series competition held March 13-14 at Pace Law School. Competing on Hamilton’s team were Dorian Bakogiannis ’10, Liz Farrington ’10, Noah Bishop ’11, Julia Goldstein ’12, Beth O’Meara ’12, Tyler Roberts ’12, Alex Rued ’12, Ian Thresher ’12, Libby Gutschenritter ’13 and Marta Johnson ’13. More ...
Hamilton's winning Mock Trial team that will advance to the championship series. (Missing from photo is Emily Tompsett '13)
Mock Trial Team Prevails at Supplementary Regionals; On to Championship Series
Hamilton’s Mock Trial team won its supplementary regional tournament on February 27 at Colgate University and by doing so qualified for the Opening Round Championship Series competition in White Plains, N.Y. This supplementary regional was a continuation of the regional competition at Syracuse University on February 13-14. Hamilton won both of its trials at the supplementary regional—first defeating the University of Buffalo and then Colgate University. More ...
Hamilton's Mock Trial Team at Regionals in Syracuse.
Mock Trial Competes at Regionals
Hamilton’s Mock Trial team participated in regional mock trial competition February 13-14 at Syracuse University, with two team members winning special recognition. The team finished in 11th place out of 24 teams. The top eight teams advanced to the next round. More ...
Members of Hamilton's Mock Trial team who competed at Colgate.
Mock Trial Team Takes First Place in Colgate Tournament
Hamilton's Mock Trial team took first place at the inaugural Colgate Classic tournament, Nov. 7-8. The team, which was undefeated, competed against College of the Holy Cross, Canisius College, Drexel University, and then last year’s regional champion Syracuse University in the fourth, championship round. Twenty-four teams competed from schools that included Princeton, Amherst, and the University of Rochester. More ...
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