Christina Phillips Paradigm

Last changed 9 September 2020 3:00 AM PDT

Experience

Current Affiliation = Notre Dame HS (Sherman Oaks, CA)
Debates Judged on this topic: about 40 Rounds (UMich Debate Institute)
Prior Experience: Debated policy in HS at Notre Dame HS in Sherman Oaks, CA (1992-1995); Debated NDT/CEDA in college at USC (1995-1999); Assistant debate coach at Cal State Northridge 2003-2005; Assistant debate coach at Glenbrook South HS Spring of 2005; Director of Debate at Glenbrook North HS 2005-2009; Director of Debate at Notre Dame HS Fall of 2009-Present.

General Note

My defaults go into effect when left to my own devices. I will go against most of these defaults if a team technically persuades me to do so in any given debate.

Paperless Rules

If you start taking excessive time to flash your document, I will start instituting that "Prep time ends when the speaker's flash drive is removed from her/his computer."

Major Notes

Topic familiarity

I am familiar with the topic (4 weeks of teaching at Michigan at Classic and involved in argument coaching at Notre Dame).

Delivery

Delivery rate should be governed by your clarity; WARRANTS in the evidence should be clear, not just the tagline.
Clarity is significantly assisted by organization - I flow as technically as possible and try to follow the 1NC structure on-case and 2AC structure off-case through the 1AR. 2NR and the 2AR should have some leeway to restructure the debate in important places to highlight their offense. However, line-by-line should be followed where re-structuring is not necessary.

Ideal 2AR Structure

Offense placed at the top (tell me how I should be framing the debate in the context of what you are winning), then move through the debate in a logical order.

2NR's Make Choices

Good 2NR strategies may be one of the following: (1) Functionally and/or textually competitive counterplan with an internal or external net benefit, (2) K with a good turns case/root cause arguments that are specific to each advantage, (3) Disadvantage with turns case arguments and any necessary case defense, (4) Topicality (make sure to cover any theory arguments that are offense for aff). My least favorite debates to resolve are large impact turn debates, not because I hate impact turns, but because I think that students lose sight of how to resolve and weigh the multiple impact scenarios that get interjected into the debate. Resolving these debates starts with a big picture impact comparison.

Evidence Quality/References

Reference evidence by warrant first and then add "That's [Author]." Warrant and author references are especially important on cards that you want me to read at the end of the debate. Also, evidence should reflect the arguments that you are making in the debate. I understand that resolving a debate requires spin, but that spin should be based in the facts presented in your evidence.

I have been getting copies of speech documents for many debates lately so I can read cards during prep time, etc. However, note that I will pay attention to what is said in the debate as much as possible - I would much rather resolve the debate on what the debaters say, not based on my assessment of the evidence.

Offense-Defense

Safer to go for offense, and then make an "even if" statement explaining offense as a 100% defensive takeout. I will vote on well-resolved defense against CP, DA's and case. This is especially true against process CP's (e.g., going for a well-resolved permutation doesn't require you to prove a net benefit to the permutation since these CP's are very difficult to get a solvency deficit to) and DA's with contrived internal link scenarios. Winning 100% defense does require clear evidence comparison to resolve.

Topicality

I like a well-developed topicality debate. This should include cards to resolve important distinctions. Topical version of the aff and reasonable case lists are persuasive. Reasonability is persuasive when the affirmative has a TRUE "we meet" argument; it seems unnecessary to require the affirmative to have a counter-interpretation when they clearly meet the negative interpretation. Also, discussing standards with impacts as DA's to the counter-interpretation is very useful - definition is the uniqueness, violation is the link, standard is an internal link and education or fairness is the impact.

Counterplans

Word PIC's, process, consult, and condition CP's are all ok. I have voted on theory against these CP's in the past because the teams that argued they were illegit were more technically saavy and made good education arguments about the nature of these CP's. The argument that they destroy topic-specific education is persuasive if you can prove why that is true. Separately, the starting point for answers to the permutation are the distinction(s) between the CP and plan. The starting point for answers to a solvency deficit are the similarities between the warrants of the aff advantage internal links and the CP solvency cards. Counterplans do not have to be both functionally and textually competitive, but it is better if you can make an argument as to why it is both.

Disadvantages

All parts of the DA are important, meaning neither uniqueness nor links are more important than each other (unless otherwise effectively argued). I will vote on conceded or very well-resolved defense against a DA.

Kritiks

Good K debate should have applied links to the affirmative's or negative's language, assumptions, or methodology. This should include specific references to an opponent's cards. The 2NC/1NR should make sure to address all affirmative impacts through defense and/or turns. I think that making 1-2 carded externally impacted K's in the 2NC/1NR is the business of a good 2NC/1NR on the K. Make sure to capitalize on any of these external impacts in the 2NR if they are dropped in the 1AR. A team can go for the case turn arguments absent the alternative. Affirmative protection against a team going for case turns absent the alternative is to make inevitability (non-unique) claims.

Aff Framework

Framework is applied in many ways now and the aff should think through why they are reading parts of their framework before reading it in the 2AC, i.e., is it an independent theoretical voting issue to reject the Alternative or the team based on fairness or education? or is it a defensive indite of focusing on language, representations, methodology, etc.?. Framework impacts should be framed explicitly in the 1AR and 2AR. I am partial to believing that representations and language inform the outcome of policymaking unless given well-warranted cards to respond to those claims (this assumes that negative is reading good cards to say rep's or language inform policymaking).

Neg Framework

Neg framework is particularly persuasive against an affirmative that has an advocacy statement they don't stick to or an aff that doesn't follow the resolution at all. It is difficult for 2N's to have a coherent strategy against these affirmatives and so I am sympathetic to a framework argument that includes a topicality argument and warranted reasons to reject the team for fairness or education. If a K aff has a topical plan, then I think that framework only makes sense as a defensive indite their methodology; however, I think that putting these cards on-case is more effective than putting them on a framework page. Framework is a somewhat necessary tool given the proliferation of affirmatives that are tangentially related to the topic or not topical at all. I can be persuaded that non-topical affs should not get permutations - a couple primary reasons: (1) reciprocity - if aff doesn't have to be topical, then CP's/K's shouldn't need to be competitive and (2) Lack of predictability makes competition impossible and neg needs to be able to test the methodology of the aff.

Theory

I prefer substance, but I do understand the need for theory given I am open to voting on Word PIC's, consult, and condition CP's. If going for theory make sure to impact arguments in an organized manner. There are only two voting issues/impacts: fairness and education. All other arguments are merely internal links to these impacts - please explain how and why you control the best internal links to either of these impacts. If necessary, also explain why fairness outweighs education or vice-versa. If there are a host of defensive arguments that neutralize the fairness or education lost, please highlight these as side constraints on the the violation, then move to your offense.

Classic Battle Defaults

These are attempts to resolve places where I felt like I had to make random decisions in the past and had wished I put something in my judge philosophy to give debaters a fair warning. So here is my fair warning on my defaults and what it takes to overcome those defaults:
(1) Theory v. Topcality - Topcality comes before theory unless the 1AR makes arguments explaining why theory is first and the 2NR doesn't adequately respond and then the 2AR extends and elaborates on why theory is first sufficiently enough to win those arguments.
(2) Do I evaluate the aff v. the squo when the 2NR went for a CP? - No unless EXPLICITLY framed as a possibility in the 2NR. If the 2NR decides to extend the CP as an advocacy (in other words, they are not just extending some part of the CP as a case takeout, etc.), then I evaluate the aff versus the CP. What does this mean? If the aff wins a permutation, then the CP is rejected and the negative loses. I will not use the perm debate as a gateway argument to evaluating the aff vs. the DA. If the 2NR is going for two separate advocacies, then the two separate framings should be EXPLICIT, e.g., possible 2NR framing, "If we win the CP, then you weigh the risk of the net benefit versus the risk of the solvency deficit and, if they win the permutation, you should then just reject the CP and weigh the risk of the DA separately versus the affirmative" (this scenario assumes that the negative declared the CP conditional).
(3) Are Floating PIK's legitimate? No unless the 1AR drops it. If the 1AR drops it, then it is open season on the affirmative. The 2NC/1NR must make the floating PIC explicit with one of the following phrases to give the 1AR a fair chance: "Alternative does not reject the plan," "Plan action doesn't necessitate . Also, 2NC/1NR must distinguish their floating PIK from the permutation; otherwise, affirmatives you should use any floating PIK analysis as a outright concession that the "permutation do both" or "permutation plan plus non-mutually exclusive parts" is TRUE.
(4) Will I vote on theory cheap shots? Yes, but I feel guilty voting for them. HOWEVER, I WILL NEVER VOTE FOR A REVERSE VOTING ISSUE EVEN IF IT WAS DROPPED.

Who is a Good Debater

Anna Dimitrijevic, Alex Pappas, Pablo Gannon, Stephanie Spies, Kathy Bowen, Edmund Zagorin, Matt Fisher, Dan Shalmon, Scott Phillips, Tristan Morales, Michael Klinger, Greta Stahl, George Kouros. There are many others - but this is a good list.

Respect

Your Opponents, Your Teammates, Your Coaches, Your Activity.

Extra Notes CP/Perm/Alt Texts

The texts of permutations, counterplans, and alternatives should be clear. I always go back and check the texts of these items if there is a question of a solvency deficit or competition. However, I do feel it is the burden of the opposing team to bring up such an argument for me to vote on it - i.e., unless it is a completely random round, the opposing team needs to make the argument that the text of the CP means there is a significant solvency deficit with the case, or the affirmative is overstating/misconstruing the solvency of a permutation because the text only dictates X, not Y, etc. I will decide that the aff does not get permutations in a debate where the affirmative is not topical.

Technical Focus

I try to follow the flow the best I can - I do double check if 2AR is making arguments that are tied to the 1AR arguments. I think that 2AR's get significant leeway to weigh and frame their impacts once the 2NR has chosen what to go for; however, this does not mean totally new arguments to case arguments, etc. that were presented before the 2NR.

Resolve Arguments

Frame claim in comparison to other team's response, extend important warrants, cite author for evidence, impact argument to ballot - all of these parts are necessary to resolve an argument fully. Since debate is a game of time management, this means going for fewer arguments with more thorough analysis is better than extending myriad of arguments with little analysis.

Disrespect Bad

Complete disrespect toward anyone who is nice; no one ever has enough “credibility” in this community to justify such actions. If there is a disrespectful dynamic in a debate, I ALWAYS applaud (give higher speaker points to) the first person to step down and realize they are being a jerk. Such growth and self-awareness should rewarded.

Fear to Engage Bad

Win or lose, you are ultimately competing to have the best debate possible. Act like it and do not be afraid to engage in the tough debates. You obviously should make strategic choices, but do not runaway from in-depth arguments because you think another team will be better than you on that argument. Work harder and beat them on the argument on which she/he is supposedly an expert. Taking chances to win debates good.

Fun Stuff


And, as Lord Dark Helmet says, “evil will always triumph over good because good is dumb.”

Banecat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ywjpbThDpE

Full Judging Record

Tournament Lv Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
Michigan Summer Institutes HS 2021-07-28 POL Quarte BFHPR PW BFHPR LS Aff Aff 3-0
Michigan Summer Institutes 2021-07-28 POL R6 K-LAB PS K-LAB AZ Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 2021-07-28 POL R5 EHJPP GY Hybrid SW Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 2021-07-28 POL R4 HKMR CoMu CCPW KH Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 2021-07-28 POL R3 HKMR BY FOPVW CD Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 2021-07-28 POL R1 HKMR CM BMZ CP Aff
Tournament of Champions HS 2021-04-17 CX R6 Maine East PP Calvert Hall BL Aff
Tournament of Champions HS 2021-04-17 CX R4 Washburn Rural PW Glenbrook South MJ Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2021-01-29 PEL TGP Glenbrook South MJ Bellarmine HM Neg Neg 11-4
Billy Tate Southern Bell Forum at MBA HS 2021-01-02 SBF R5 Damien AD Maine East PP Neg
Billy Tate Southern Bell Forum at MBA HS 2021-01-02 SBF R3 West HS SLC GR Univ Of Chicago Lab NB Aff
Billy Tate Southern Bell Forum at MBA HS 2021-01-02 SBF R2 Niles West BB West HS SLC LM Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2020-09-17 VWSDC R2 USA Red Polytechnic DGG Prop
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2020-09-17 VWSDC R1 USA Blue Kinkaid MSGS Prop
Tournament of Champions HS 2020-04-17 CX R5 Ferris OS Damien BT Neg
Tournament of Champions HS 2020-04-17 CX R2 Salt Lake City West GR Whitney Young HO Aff
Copper Classic HS 2020-02-14 OCX Semis Kent Denver HS Rowland Hall GD Neg Aff 2-1
Copper Classic HS 2020-02-14 OCX R5 Kent Denver CT Rowland Hall CT Neg
Copper Classic HS 2020-02-14 OCX R3 Meadows YN Kent Denver WA Aff
Copper Classic HS 2020-02-14 OCX R1 West HS SLC BK Rock Springs PW Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX Semis Kent Denver HS Rowland Hall GA Aff Aff 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX Quarte Ferris OS Meadows NY Neg Neg 3-0
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX Octos Casady BH Kent Denver HS Neg Neg 3-0
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX Double Glenbrook South LK McQueen RL Neg Neg 3-0
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX R6 McQueen RL Westminster YL Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX R5 Kent Denver LK Meadows HW Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX R2 Juan Diego Catholic MB Advanced Technologies Acad BB Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2020-01-24 PEL ADW Georgetown Day PR Peninsula FW Aff Aff 3-0
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2020-01-24 PEL R5 Newark Science SJ Calvert Hall CM Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2020-01-24 PEL R2 Georgetown Day PR Chattahoochee AM Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2020-01-24 PEL R1 New Trier RS Riverwood JP Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2019-09-12 CX Quarte Georgetown Day RP McQueen LR Aff Aff 3-0
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2019-09-12 CX Double Wayzata LY Georgetown Day RP Neg Neg 3-0
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2019-09-12 CX R5 Woodward WG McQueen LR Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2019-09-12 CX R3 Niles West TP Berkeley Prep SK Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2019-09-12 CX R1 New Trier HM Glenbrook South JM Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2019-02-02 VCX Double Los Irvine LA Spokane Independent CY Aff Aff 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2019-02-02 VCX R6 Fullerton Union GK McQueen RR Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2019-02-02 VCX R5 Kent Denver KL Damien DT Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2019-02-02 VCX R3 Kent Denver BM Spokane Independent CY Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2019-02-02 VCX R1 Damien BB Chaminade CP AB Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2019-01-25 PEL ADW Gulliver Prep BG Glenbrook South BR Aff Aff 2-1
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2019-01-25 PEL R2 Gulliver Prep BG Jesuit CP NG Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2019-01-25 PEL R1 Kent Denver JL Jesuit CP HM Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational HS 2018-10-12 HD R5 Niles West BB Westminster KP Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational HS 2018-10-12 HD R3 Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart BD SLC West GR Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2018-09-22 O CX Octo Peninsula FW College Prep BM Aff Aff 2-1
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2018-09-22 O CX Doub Rowland Hall MD Peninsula ST Neg Neg 3-0
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2018-09-22 O CX R2 Bellarmine CP VR Damien GQ Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2018-09-13 CX Double Montgomery Bell BH Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart AD Neg Neg 2-1
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2018-09-13 CX R4 Jesuit CP FJ Lincoln GS Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2018-09-13 CX R3 Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart PD St. Mark's School of Texas SY Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes HS 2018-07-31 POL Double BFHPR FY GBS GS Neg Neg 2-1
Michigan Summer Institutes HS 2018-07-31 POL R7 CPPWW MeSm JM Lab PP Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes HS 2018-07-31 POL R6 Northside OP HJPPV KP Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes HS 2018-07-31 POL R5 MMMR DK JM Lab BZ Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes HS 2018-07-31 POL R4 Classic KAZ SW CPPWW KQ Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes HS 2018-07-31 POL R3 CPPWW KN K Lab BS Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes HS 2018-07-31 POL R2 CPPWW-FFGSV JL K Lab NW Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 2018-07-31 POL R1 Hybrid LR HJPPV AhBh Neg
Tournament of Champions HS 2018-04-28 CX R4 CK McClatchy LP Camas LL Aff
Tournament of Champions HS 2018-04-28 CX R1 Montgomery Bell BG Westminster DR Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2018-02-03 VCX Octos Camas LL Park City HS AH Aff Aff 3-0
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2018-02-03 VCX Double College Prep CM McQueen RR Neg Neg 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2018-02-03 VCX R6 McQueen RC CK McClatchy LP Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2018-02-03 VCX R2 Polytechnic HO Eagle BC Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2018-02-03 VCX R1 Park City HS AH Kent Denver JL Aff
Peninsula Invitational HS 2018-01-19 OCX R1 Harker MZ McQueen RR Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational HS 2017-10-13 PD R5 Montgomery Bell BJ Niles West GS Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational HS 2017-10-13 PD R3 Peninsula JK Bellarmine College Prep VR Aff
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX Quart Monta Vista PS College Prep GH Aff Aff 3-0
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX Octo McQueen RR Damien BJ Aff Aff 3-0
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX R6 Northwood LL Peninsula AT Aff
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX R4 College Prep JT CK McClatchy LP Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX R3 St George's CD Peninsula GT Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX R2 La Costa Canyon MM Damien BG Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX R1 Damien BR Gabrielino CH Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2017-09-16 CX Double St. Mark's School of Texas SW New Trier EK Aff Aff 3-0
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2017-09-16 CX R6 Highland Park (Dallas) MK Montgomery Bell BJ Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 2017-08-01 POL Double BFHHR AE BFHHR KoKo Neg Neg 2-1
Michigan Summer Institutes 2017-08-01 POL R6 BFHHR GrKr AFKKMM MW Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 2017-08-01 POL R5 HJPPV GP BFHHR LS Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 2017-08-01 POL R4 BCPPR MN BFHHR JL Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 2017-08-01 POL R3 AFKKMM GH McCaffrey/Zuckerman BT Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 2017-08-01 POL R2 AFKKMM BR Oddo/Walrath MN Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 2017-08-01 POL R1 McCaffrey/Zuckerman GK Oddo/Walrath LT Neg
Tournament of Champions HS 2017-04-29 CX R5 Kent Denver KK Niles West BG Aff
National Debate Coaches Association National Championships HS 2017-04-08 POL Octos Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart BG Montgomery Bell KR Neg Neg 3-0
National Debate Coaches Association National Championships HS 2017-04-08 POL R6 Meadows BN St. Mark's School of Texas SS Aff
National Debate Coaches Association National Championships HS 2017-04-08 POL R4 Peninsula AS Niles West SS Aff
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC Round Robin HS 2016-11-03 USCRR R1 Georgetown Day BS Rowland Hall-St. Mark's MB Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational HS 2016-10-14 PD Quarte Greenhill KS Damien MP Aff Neg 2-1
Heart of Texas Invitational HS 2016-10-14 PD Double Peninsula JK Meadows NB Neg Neg 3-0
Heart of Texas Invitational HS 2016-10-14 PD R5 Rowland Hall-St. Mark's BB Mountain Brook WS Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational HS 2016-10-14 PD R4 Pine Crest Preparatory TV Westminster DG Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational HS 2016-10-14 PD R1 Damien RY Jesuit LR Neg
Holy Cross Navy and Old Gold Debate and Speech Exhibition HS 2016-09-30 VPOL Semis Isidore Newman QF Caddo Magnet RM Aff Aff 2-1
Holy Cross Navy and Old Gold Debate and Speech Exhibition HS 2016-09-30 NPOL R5 Caddo Magnet PT Benton PW Aff
Holy Cross Navy and Old Gold Debate and Speech Exhibition HS 2016-09-30 NPOL R4 Caddo Magnet IP Benton VH Aff
Holy Cross Navy and Old Gold Debate and Speech Exhibition HS 2016-09-30 NPOL R3 Caddo Magnet WW Benton FO Aff
Holy Cross Navy and Old Gold Debate and Speech Exhibition HS 2016-09-30 VPOL R2 Isidore Newman AL Caddo Magnet AG Aff
Holy Cross Navy and Old Gold Debate and Speech Exhibition HS 2016-09-30 VPOL R1 Airline TM Caddo Magnet RM Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2016-09-24 V CX Octo Peninsula WT College Prep MM Aff Aff 3-0
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2016-09-18 CX R6 St. Mark's School of Texas RV Coppell CD Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2016-09-18 CX R5 Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart DP USN BW Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2016-09-18 CX R2 Coppell DP Pine Crest Preparatory PR Aff
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 2016-07-28 POL R6 HJPPV Heigis & Stras FFRSV Wang & Jain Aff
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 2016-07-28 POL R5 HJPPV Khambati & Grimsley South Eugene Saenger & Lininger Neg
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 2016-07-28 POL R4 CPPRW Pierry & Sudesh AKKMM Neelakandan & James Aff
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 2016-07-28 POL R3 FFRSV Fishman & Werner HJPPV Vaidya & Murdock Neg
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 2016-07-28 POL R2 MML Chen & Sun HJPPV Fridman & Kussman Neg
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 2016-07-28 POL R1 FFRSV Pieropan & Marban CPPRW Raghavan & Lu Neg
Tournament of Champions HS 2016-04-30 CX R7 University Prep CM Westminster DH Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship MS 2016-04-09 POL DO Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart GB Blake SW Neg Neg 3-0
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship MS 2016-04-09 POL R6 Blake SW Jesuit CP BR Aff
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2016-04-09 POL R3 Damien JR Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart GB Aff
2016 California Round Robin HS 2016-02-11 CX RR R6 College Prep JM La Costa Canyon MY Aff Aff 2-0
2016 California Round Robin HS 2016-02-11 CX RR R3 Head Royce PC Rowland HallSt Marks GL Neg Neg 2-0
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2016-01-29 PEL ADW St. Mark's School of Texas KP Lexington SM Aff Aff 3-0
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2016-01-29 PEL R4 Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart PC New Trier BW Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2016-01-29 PEL R3 Ransom Everglades BC St. Mark's School of Texas WG Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2016-01-29 PEL R1 Peninsula JK Centennial LP Neg
Billy Tate Southern Bell Forum HS 2016-01-02 SBF Semis Peninsula TW Little Rock Central WW Aff Aff 3-0
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC RR HS 2015-11-05 USCRR R3 Damien JR Polytechnic WX Aff
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC RR HS 2015-11-05 USCRR R1 Loyola GT Arcadia LW Aff Aff 2-0
Heart of Texas Invitational HS 2015-10-16 PD Round Jesuit CP RB Shawnee Mission East BP Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational HS 2015-10-16 PD Round Shawnee Mission East MD Colleyville Heritage BG Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational HS 2015-10-16 PD Round New Trier BK Jesuit CP TV Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational HS 2015-10-16 PD Round Woodward AH Loyola GT Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2015-09-26 SR CX Octo Arcadia LW College Prep KX Aff Neg 2-1
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2015-09-19 CX Double WesSch CK Hendri WS Aff Aff 3-0
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2015-09-19 CX R6 Pace MT NilWes SP Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2015-09-19 CX R5 WesSch CK BrxSci DK Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2015-09-19 CX R3 Lex CD St.Mar GW Neg
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL B-Q ZP Andy-Cole ZP Alvin-Thomas Aff
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL Oct MAGS IJ Buckman and Kirby Aff Neg 2-1
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL Dubs MAGS HT BEFJR FM Neg Aff 2-1
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL R6 ZP Evan-Abigail GHJMP AZ Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 2015-08-04 POL R5 BEFJR CM HJPV SC Neg
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL R4 GHJMP BW HJPV RK Neg
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL R3 BEFJR FM CFFP YC Neg
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL R2 MAGS MY GHJMP MS Aff
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL R1 Hybrid BK MAGS PT Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2015-04-12 POL R4 Lexington ML New Trier DH Neg
California Round Robin HS 2015-02-12 CX RR R5 La Costa Canyon YG Harker MS Neg Neg 2-0
California Round Robin HS 2015-02-12 CX RR R4 Rowland Hall-St. Mark's KL Greenhill DK Neg Neg 2-0
California Round Robin HS 2015-02-12 CX RR R3 Barstow SR Kinkaid YB Neg Neg 2-0
California Round Robin HS 2015-02-12 CX RR R1 St. Francis HS (Mountain View) RS Niles West CH Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2015-01-23 CX PFB Oc Newark Science FS St. Mark's School of Texas PA Aff Aff 3-0
Barkley Forum for High Schools HS 2015-01-23 CX ADW Db McDonogh ER Iowa City West TS Neg Neg 2-1
Justin Wilson Debates Pace RR HS 2015-01-21 Pace R3 Niles North Wayzata Neg
Justin Wilson Debates Pace RR HS 2015-01-21 Pace R2 McDonogh Greenhill Neg
The Meadows School HS 2014-10-31 Pol Octos St. Vincent de Paul DM College Prep PY Neg Neg 3-0
The Meadows School HS 2014-10-31 Pol R4 Damien MP Rowland Hall St Marks RW Neg
The Heart of Texas Invitational at St Marks HS 2014-10-18 VCX Octas Niles North WO Damien LL Neg Neg 3-0
The Heart of Texas Invitational at St Marks HS 2014-10-18 VCX Double Glenbrook South AK Niles North WO Neg Neg 3-0
The Heart of Texas Invitational at St Marks MS 2014-10-18 VCX Round Pace LS Greenhill DJ Neg
The Heart of Texas Invitational at St Marks HS 2014-10-18 VCX Round Woodward PP Shawnee Mission East MD Neg
The Heart of Texas Invitational at St Marks HS 2014-10-18 VCX Round Jesuit CP WH Greenhill WM Aff
The Heart of Texas Invitational at St Marks HS 2014-10-18 VCX Round Casady CP Glenbrook South AK Neg
Tournament of Champions HS 2014-04-26 CX Qtr University Prep DK Westminster Schools BG Aff Aff 3-0
Tournament of Champions HS 2014-04-26 LD R4 Presentation SK Lexington PC Neg
Tournament of Champions HS 2014-04-26 CX R1 Harker MK Reservoir SS Aff
Tournament of Champions HS 2013-04-27 CX Round Damien LR Pace CK Neg