Business students from Williams Baptist University came home with a dozen awards from the State Leadership Conference of Phi Beta Lambda. The annual event was held April 5 and 6 in North Little Rock, Ark.
Of the 12 awards won by Williams students, four were first place honors.
The team of Drew Adcock, Tori Lovelady and Hannah Vernon took first place in the Business Decision Making competition.
Rachel Franco, Georgia Mara and Sofia Zarazua teamed up to take first in Hospitality Management.
Grady Majors took the first place trophy in the Marketing Analysis and Decision Making category.
Grady Majors and Allen Thompson combined to win first in Strategic Analysis and Decision Making.
Brayden Brewer and Allen Thompson earned third place honors in Emerging Business Issues.
Drew Adcock took third place in Personal Finance.
Kelly Cook was the third place winner in Justice Administration.
Fernando Moreto took third in Financial Concepts.
Brayden Brewer was fourth place in Marketing Concepts.
Tori Lovelady took fourth in Accounting Principles.
Hannah Vernon earned fifth place in Organizational Behavior and Leadership.
And Luis Vojnovic was fifth place in Sports Management and Marketing.
Phi Beta Lambda is the collegiate extension of Future Business Leaders of America.
The WBU Department of Business offers three bachelor’s degree majors: business administration, finance and marketing.
Williams is a private, Christian university in Walnut Ridge, Ark.