BALTIMORE - After two days of intense competition among 250 students representing 48 competing teams, Morgan State University claimed its second National Championship title in a row at the 24th Annual Honda Campus All Star Challenge.
It's an annual academic event featuring the best and brightest students from the nation's Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Enduring a year long program of study and preparation, the Morgan State University team emerged victorious at the National Championship Tournament held on the Los Angeles area campus of American Honda Motor Co, Inc., and took home $50,000 in grants for their school.
The Morgan State University team included Craig Cornish (Captain), senior, History Major; Kyle De Jan, senior, History Major; Micheael Osikomaiya, Junior, English Major and James Hayes-Barber, Sophomore, Electrical Engineering Major.
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