Pi Lambda Alpha Members Earn Awards

Central Methodist University students represented the school over the past week at the 2021 American Criminal Justice Association – Lambda Alpha Epsilon Region 3 virtual conference.

Members of the Pi Lambda Alpha chapter on campus participated in several areas of competition, including academics, agility, crime scene investigation, and firearms.

CMU students earned awards in the following divisions of the competition:

  • Criminal Law Lower Division – Rachel Rodawald (second place) and Katelyn Streeter (third place)
  • Criminal Law Upper Division – Taylor Williams (third place)
  • Crime Scene Competition Lower Division – Katarina Morris, Cole Brugger, and McCallister Jurgensmeyer (third place)
  • Crime Scene Competition Upper Division – Mikayla Sturm, Katelyn Streeter, and Johnathan Kirmse (third place)
  • Physical Agility, Female 25 and Under – Madison Marks (first place)
  • Firearms, Individual Lower Division – Cole Brugger (first place)
  • Firearms, Teams Lower Division – McCallister Jurgensmeyer, Katelyn Streeter, and Katarina Morris (first place)
  • Firearms, Teams Upper Division – Tristan Riggs, Jobe Edwards, and Mikayla Sturm (third place)
  • Firearms, Teams Professional Division – Marco Tapia, John Schell, and Cole Brugger (third place)
Find more on the CMU Pi Lambda Alpha chapter on its web page: https://www.centralmethodist.edu/student-life/clubs-organizations/pi-lambda-alpha.html.

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