PHC finishes mock trial season with 2 All-American Awards!

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 4/25/24 4:08 PM

PHC's mock trial season recap

PHC's "Amber" mock trial team just finished 10th in their division, with Caleb Knox and Joshua Revoir both earning All-American awards at The American Mock Trial Association's National Championship! Read our recap of the season.  

2023-2024 PHC mock trial awards!
Happy Valley Invitational—Penn State (Oct. 21-22, 2023)

c13d0a76-1ebb-4525-850f-7f850e9e597aPHC's "Gold" team won the Happy Valley Invitational, where 20 teams from 17 different schools competed, including Brown, Georgetown, Princeton, and Penn State. Also competing was PHC's "Blue" team. Ainsley Stellman earned an Outstanding Attorney award, and Sarah Crosby, Gabi Sakai, and Zach Barnes all earned Outstanding Witness awards.

Tobacco Road Invitational—Duke (Nov. 4-5, 2023)

26 teams from 20 different schools, including Georgetown, UVA, and Duke, competed in the Tobacco Road Invitational. PHC's "Navy" team competed and won "Spirit of Brightleaf," which is a peer-awarded professionalism award, and Calvin Huh won both an Outstanding Attorney and an Outstanding Witness award.

Bulldog Invitational—Yale (Nov. 4-5, 2023)

16 teams from 16 different schools, including Boston University, Princeton, and MIT competed in the Bulldog Invitational. PHC placed 5th with Lauren Rule winning an Outstanding Attorney award and Caleb Knox winning an Outstanding Witness award.

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Great Chicago Fire—University of Chicago (Jan. 20-21, 2024)

22 teams from 21 different schools, including Chicago, Yale, Harvard, UVA, UC Berkeley, UCLA, UC Irvine, and Northwestern competed in the Great Chicago Fire tournament. The "Amber" team competed and Haley Bock earned an Outstanding Attorney award.

Hilltop Invitational—Georgetown (Jan. 27-28, 2024)

24 teams from 21 different schools, including UPenn, Penn State, William and Mary, and Duke competed at the Hilltop Invitational. PHC's "Gold" and "Cobalt" teams competed, and James Elliott earned both an Outstanding Witness and an Outstanding Attorney award. 

Chapel Hill Regional—University of North Carolina (Feb. 3-4, 2024)

February 2024 Chapel Hill Mock Trial-122 teams competed for six bids to the Opening Round Championship Series (ORCS) including teams from William and Mary, Duke, and Maryland in the Chapel Hill Regional. PHC's "Amber" team earned an ORCS bid and PHC's "Cobalt" team earned a top honorable mention. Clay Ramirez earned an All-Regional Witness award and Hope Rawlson and Zach Barnes earned All-Regional Attorney awards.

Haverford Regional—Haverford College (Feb. 24-25, 2024)

24 teams competed for six bids to ORCS, including American University, Boston College, George Washington University, and Georgetown in the Haverford Regional. PHC's "Gold" team earned an honorable mention and an open bid to ORCS. James Elliott and Sarah Crosby both earned All-Regional Witness awards, and Ainsley Stellman earned an All-Regional Attorney award.

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Memphis ORCS—Rhodes College (March 8-10, 2024)

IMG_563424 teams competed for six bids to the National Championship Tournament (NCT), including Rhodes, Auburn, and Ohio State. PHC's "Gold" team competed and Sarah Crosby won an All-National Witness award. 

Greenville ORCS—Furman University (March 15-17, 2024)

24 teams competed for six bids to the NCT, including teams from Duke, Emory, and William and Mary. Our "Amber" team earned a NCT bid and Lauren Rule and Hope Rawlson earned All-National Attorney awards.

National Championship—University of Chicago (April 19-21, 2024)

48 teams in two 24-team divisions competed for the title of Champion, including Harvard, Chicago, UCLA, Yale, University of Virginia, Georgetown, and Rhodes. PHC's "Amber" team placed 10th in the Myra Bradwell Division. Caleb Knox earned an All-American Attorney award and Joshua Revoir earned an All-American Witness award. 

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Wonderful job to all our competitors—you made it another great mock trial season at PHC!


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