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From left to right: sophomore August Elliott, of Wabash, took five stocks in finals; first year Duncan Burns, of Walkerton; senior Levi Doe, of Linden; volunteer “Smash” coach Joshua Tribble, MU Class of 2020; sophomore Alex Stefanatos, of Rochester; sophomore Collin Eastman, of Kewanee, Illinois, took four stocks in finals; sophomore Savion Hunter, of Phenix City, Alabama; first year Mitch Manns, of North Manchester; first year Chandler Bolden, of Indianapolis, took three stocks in finals; first year Matthew Wyatt, of Mishawaka, took nine stocks in finals; senior Kyle Bailey, of Anderson; and sophomore James Walsh, of Peru, took six stocks in finals.

For the second time in a row, Manchester University Esports “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” team has brought home the Great Lakes Esports Conference championship.

“I am so incredibly proud of what this team has accomplished,” said Garrett “toweroftoast” Schieferstein, director of esports at Manchester. “This team, from top to bottom, has improved so much over the last three months. They work hard every day, lab matchups after class, and watch opposing team VODs (videos on demand) all on their own outside of practice time. They deserved every win they earned this season.”

Anne Gregory is the assistant director of media relations in the Office of Strategic Communications at Manchester University.