Cameron University team claims victory in KSBI-TV’s “Mind Games” Competition

A team of Cameron University Honors Program students claimed victory in the first round of the Fall 2012 Mind Games Tournament sponsored by the Chickasaw Nation, OERB, and KSBI-52. After a decisive victory over a team from Southwest Christian University, Brent Chappell, Ross Holley, Jacob Jardel, Rachel McLain and Shawn Mietchen will now move to round two, where they are scheduled to face off against a team from Rogers State University.

Jardel, a senior psychology major, served as captain for the Cameron team. He is from Agana Heights, Guam. Chappell is a senior majoring in mathematics and physics. He is from Fletcher. Holley is a sophomore accounting major from Lawton. McLain is a senior majoring in English education and hails from Baytown, Texas. Mietchen is a freshman history major from Lawton.

“Mind Games” brings together teams of students from Oklahoma colleges and universities to compete in a weekly battle of the brains, with $200,000 in scholarship awards at stake. All teams receive scholarship awards either as a consolation prize or as the week’s winning team.


October 9, 2012