SU teams head to HCASC national tournament - 4/7/2014 -
The SUNO HCASC teams
members are (from left) Amelia B. Sellers, coach; Joshua
Leavell, junior social work major; Kevis Q. King, junior education
major; Shanel Armant, graduating senior in management information
systems; Tiffany Campbell-Okereke, graduating senior in education; and
Ruth W. Johnson, campus coordinator.
The SUNO Honda Campus All Star Challenge (HCASC) Team will travel to Los Angeles, California, Saturday, April 12, 2014, to participate in the national championship competition. This year, the Honda Campus All Star Challenge is celebrating 25 years of academic achievements of America's Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Every spring, the top 48 HBCU Academic Teams, coaches and institutional representatives meet for the championship competition, team-building, and networking.
The SUBR HCASC teams
members are, (seated from left) Deadre Mackie,
coordinator, Nsombi Roberts, Thomas Hulbert, and (standing) Daniel
Joiner and Calvin J. Adolph.
Southern University Baton Rouge will be competing in the Honda Quiz Bowl Championships, April 12-16, 2014, in Los Angeles, California, and hoping to bring back $50,000 in scholarships to the University.
SU's Honda Campus All-Star Challenge team is comprised of students: Calvin Adolph, a senior and sociology major from Baton Rouge; Nsombi Roberts, junior and chemistry major from Palm Bay Florida; team captain Thomas Hulbert, a senior, political science major from Baton Rouge; and Daniel Joiners, a junior and English Major from Baton Rouge.
There are also two alternates: Lamar Burton, a sophomore and biology major form Greensburg and Jeremy Perkins, a junior and chemistry major from Jennings.