ttu logo

tennessee technological university

TTU News

Published: Thu Apr 17, 2014

 

Ken Brown, a junior political science student from Old Hickory, has won several awards with Tennessee Tech University’s speech and debate team.

At the Buccaneer Parli Plunder Debate Tournament, Brown won second place in open team debate and won the fourth place speaker award in open debate. The team’s coach Graham Kash, TTU communication professor, was given the Graham Kash Service Award. The tournament was April 5 at Eastern Tennessee Sate University’s Kingsport campus.

At the Ruby C. Krider and Alumni Open Tournament, Brown was a quarterfinalist in the open debate competition. He also won the fourth place speaker award in open debate. The TTU team won first in debate sweepstakes, and won third in small team individual events both days of the tournament, which was Feb. 7-9 at Murray State University.

At the Transylvania WYRD Tournament, Brown was a quarterfinalist in the open debate competition. He also won the tenth place speaker award in open debate.

The university team placed fifth in the sweepstakes award. The tournament was Jan. 24-25 at Transylvania University.

12457