Ethics Team Wins 2nd Match in a Row
On November 5th, 2010, the SAGU Business department participated in the annual Ethics Match competition. The SAGU team won the match for the second year in a row. In the years that SAGU has participated, they have never finished less than third.
The Ethics Match promotes the study of business ethics in private universities. SAGU students competed against teams from McMurry University, Schreiner University, Southwestern Adventist University, Southwestern University (Georgetown), Texas Lutheran University, Texas Wesleyan University University of Dallas, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, and Wayland Baptist University. TheSAGU team faced Texas Lutheran University in the final round of the match to earn first place. Last year SAGU topped Southwestern University of Georgetown.
“This is a tremendous accomplishment, which does so much to confirm the academic reputation of our university,” commented President Kermit S. Bridges. “Congratulations goes to each of our team members, but special recognition goes to Barry Gordon, Business Department chair, who sponsors the team each year and puts in countless hours of personal time in preparing these students to compete at the highest level.”
The SAGU team included Tessa Neely, Braden Pollard, Christopher Rhoades, and Priscilla Trevino. There was also a second group of SAGU students who scrimmaged with the team and helped prepare them for the match. This group consisted of Veronica Joseph, Ben Kissee, Christalyn Ko, Hunter Shelton, Colin Sweeney, and Blake Vansteenburg.