Skip to main content

Three students place second at ASCM Case Competition

by Public Relations | November 21, 2022

LATROBE, PA – Three Saint Vincent College students received second place recognition at the Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) Case Competition on Saturday, November 12, which was held at Duquesne University.

The team competed against 11 other teams from six colleges in the area including Duquesne University, University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, Robert Morris University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania and West Virginia University. With their second-place win, the team received a $1,500 prize.

The team consisted of three seniors from the McKenna School of Business, Economics and Government who are currently enrolled in the Project Management class with Mr. Mark Kachmar, adjunct professor in the McKenna School.


The students on the team included:

Ashlee Graham, business management and accounting double major, of Indiana;
Augustine Frohnen, business management major and operational excellence minor, of Fostoria, OH; and
Alison Moret, accounting major, of Lower Burrel.

Dr. Michael Urick, Dean of the McKenna School of Business, Economics and Government, and Mr. Robert Markley, instructor of Business Administration, were the faculty representatives for the group at the competition.