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Double gold at National SkillsUSA for Dunwoody College

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Contact: William Morris
wmorris@dunwoody.edu, 612.381.3367

Dunwoody's National SkillsUSA team and faculty advisors

Dunwoody's National SkillsUSA team and faculty advisors

Dunwoody students brought back some hardware from last weekend’s National SkillsUSA competition held June 21-25 in Kansas City, MO. Mike Moreen (Electrical Construction and Maintenance) won the Gold Medal in the Related Technical Math category. And Dunwoody’s Quiz Bowl followed up on its dominating Minnesota competition by edging out Tennessee Technology Center at Newbern in a tight contest to also take the Gold. Dunwoody’s team featured Ben Anderson (Automotive Service Technology), Matt Barlau (Architectural Drafting and Estimating), Kyle Bodie (Architectural Drafting and Estimating), Phillip DeLeeuw (Automated Systems and Robotics), Jonathan Hill (Architectural Drafting and Estimating) and Jim Stenstrom (Electrical Construction and Maintenance).

Moreen and the Quiz Bowl team made it to the national competition by taking first in their respective categories at the Minnesota SkillsUSA competition. Also competing in Kansas City was Jonathan Hill (Architectural Drafting and Estimating) in the Architectural Drafting category.

Dunwoody Robotics Competition Team

The Rugburn robotics competition team

In conjunction with the SkillsUSA competition, the National Robotics Competition took place. Dunwoody’s entry Rugburn — guided by James Jorgenson, Casey Combs and Michael Rhode — took second place. Rugburn qualified for the national competition by taking second place in the Minnesota Robotics League competition.

SkillsUSA is a partnership of
students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled work force.

SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled work force.

Three first place and several other winners at SkillsUSA

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Members of Dunwoody College’s SkillsUSA team went one-two in two competitions and took first place in the Quiz Bowl at the statewide SkillsUSA competition held April 9-11 at various locations across the Twin Cities. Dunwoody’s first place winners will go on to compete at the national tournament this June in Kansas City.

Here’s the full list of results:

Dunwoody College (Post-secondary Competition)

First Place Winners
Architectural Drafting – Jonathan Hill (Architectural Drafting and Estimating)
Quiz Bowl – Matt Barlau (Architectural Drafting and Estimating), Kyle Bodie (Architectural Drafting and Estimating), Phillip DeLeeuw (Automated Systems and Robotics), Jonathan Hill (Architectural Drafting and Estimating) and Jim Stenstrom (Electrical Construction and Maintenance)
Technical Math – Michael Moreen (Electrical Construction and Maintenance)

Second Place Winners
Architectural Drafting – Matt Barlau (Architectural Drafting and Estimating)
Technical Math – Jim Stenstrom (Electrical Construction and Maintenance)
Residential Wiring – Joseph Quinn (Electrical Construction and Maintenance)

Third Place Winners
Construction Bluepring Reading – Kyle Fitzpatrick (Architectural Drafting and Estimating)
Honorable Mentions
Automotive Service – Ben Anderson (Automotive Service Technology) and Matt Jants (Automotive Service Technology)
Collision Repair – John Woolcook (Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing)
Residential Wiring – Joe Provo (Electrical Construction and Maintenance)

Dunwoody Academy (High School Competition)

First Place Winner
Architectural Drafting – Kevin Lach

Honorable Mention
Automotive Service – Joe Carlyon