Mark Allseits

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Paradigm Statement
Last changed 15 November 2020 6:40 PM EDT

PF PARADIGM (Updated 11/15/2020)

Experience

I have competed and coached public forum debate for over a decade.

I have debate experience in PF, Parli, and NFA LD.

Pet Peeves

1. PRE-FLOW BEFORE THE ROUND

2. Do not laugh at your opponents. Disrespect is not tolerated at all.

3. Paraphrased blips with no warrants. 5 pieces of evidence back to back in a case within 30 seconds of reading drives me nuts. I much prefer you all reading cards which have warrants instead of your paraphrasing. To me, warrants are very important. I do not default oppose paraphrasing but I have voted multiple times on paraphrasing theory when the argument is won.

4. Debaters not collapsing.

Second Half of the Debate

DO NOT expect me to do work for you. I only evaluate offensive arguments found in both the summary and final focus. Defense is not necessary to be extended in these speeches, but can help build a narrative.

Me Calling for Evidence

The exception to me "doing work" is if the debaters don't do the work for me. I.e. - if both teams tell me the other teams evidence is bad and I should call it without explaining why the evidence is bad, I will call both cards and make the determination on my own. If a debate is not resolved by the debaters I will resolve the debate using the evidence if there is no other way to resolve the round.

Speaker Points

Speaker points are not largely determined by how pretty you sound. Rather, I use them as a reward for your talent as a critical thinker. Things I evaluated include but are not limited to - organization, pointing out logical inconstancies or double turns, articulating implications of impacts, etc.

Evidence Ethics
PLEASE READ FULL CARDS - if you do not, I will hold you to a very high level of scrutiny and will likely call for more of your cards and evaluate them myself. I have seen too many teams lose debate rounds because debaters have misrepresented evidence that was never called for.

Speed

In PF, I am cool with speed and will be able to flow you if you read full cards. I have experience in debate with speaking speeds up to 500 wpm. However, if you are reading paraphrased cases with 10 pieces of evidence paraphrased in 30 seconds, I may not catch author name and year and I will likely tank that teams speaks. So, slow down for author names and tags. If you aren't reading full cards (then read full cards), but if you really choose may not want to go as fast.

ALSO - YOU CANNOT USE SPEED AS A TOOL OF EXCLUSION. If both teams want to go fast, go for it- I will be more than capable of following. However, if your opponent is excluded from the round because of your speed, I will vote against you if you do not slow down. If you feel as if you are being excluded from the round please say "speed" audibly while your opponent is speaking. If your opponent has said speed 2-3 times and you haven't slowed down, I will be very persuaded to drop you for your abuse of speed.

"DA's" And "Overviews" in the Rebuttal

I really dislike what PFers are calling "DA's" or overviews which are functionally a new contention. These arguments, absent a link to your opponents case, will not be evaluated. If you are going to make this style of argument I would love to hear it if you have a clear link to an argument offered by your opponent in their prior speech. I don't want to hear a new contention in first and/or especially second rebuttal and then have you tell me your impact comes first on time frame or something shady like that.

Weighing

You must weigh to have a good chance of winning my ballot. That being said, if neither team weighs I will default to magnitude/big stick impacts. That being said, I can easily be persuaded otherwise. You just need to warrant why. Debaters always under-warrant the impact debate and take it for granted. For example, simply saying "my impact is more likely" is not enough of a warrant to persuade me. Carded weighing will likely give you the upper hand and probably a bump in speaks.

Weird Arguments

I am definitely ok listening to arguments that may not be intuitive (prolif good, warming good, etc.). However, I am not a fan of unreasonably stretching the scope of the resolution. For example, if the topic asks about increasing military spending, I don't think the Aff gets the right to pick one obscure program, such as nuclear submarines a professor in Europe thought about in the 90s if it hasn't been discussed as a legitimate policy suggestion. I am much more likely to vote on something ripped from the headlines. Thus, if the Aff reads evidence that says the military is short on funding but its main priority is increasing troop presence to fight ISIL, it is easy to make the logical assumption that if funding were increased that is what the government would do.

I think vague topics are bad in PF but we have our fair share of them. I don't think teams get to cherry pick facets of a topic and claim them as their "advocacy". For example, if the resolution is The USFG should prioritize welfare over transportation, I don't think the neg gets to say that we only defend revamping bike paths and bus routes and then ignore all other aspects of the topic. The Aff has every right to read an evidence based argument that increased spending would be used to improve airports which increases ozone deterioration even though you didn't talk about airport infrastructure in your con. In essence, in my eyes you don't get "advocacies". Rather, it is your job to be prepared to defend the whole of the resolution for whichever side you are on in PF.

Additional Questions

If there is anything you don't see on here, feel free to ask me before the round :)

HIGH SCHOOL LD PARADIGM

I will not vote on explicitly oppressive arguments. No exceptions.

I look for the easiest route to the ballot. Definitely not a big fan of intervention. Speaks are based on quality of argument and organization, not the way you sound. I hate unwarranted spikes or theory preempts sprinkled in between cards. If you are making a new argument get a new sheet.

I default to a logical decision-making paradigm. As a result I prefer topic-centered debate but I am totally opened to warranted reasons as to why that is a bad metric for debate.

I think the link (or violation or mutual exclusivity, same concept different name) is the most important part of every position and debaters who get good speaker points and win regularly in front of me have robust discussions on the link.

I place a high value on quality evidence and think preparation is the cornerstone of the educational aspects of this activity. I think that extensions of evidence should be more than just blippy tag extensions. If you aren’t extending warrants, I am not going to find them in the evidence for you after the round.

Speed: I think clear speed improves debate. I am cool with any clear speed that isn’t being used to intentionally exclude your opponent or other judges on a panel. I will say that it seems like a lot of HS LD students rely on the email chain for judges to get their warrants: this practice will likely result in diminished speaker points and possibly a poor decision on my part. It is probably a good idea to slow down a bit on tags and make it clear when a tag starts and a card ends. Flying through blippy theory shells at 400 wpm just seems like a bad idea if you want me to flow it all.

Specific Arguments

Topicality: I assume it’s a voter but the neg needs to explain why and I will listen to reasons why it shouldn’t be, extra and fx are up for debate, abuse is just a marginally more persuasive standard, standards are reason to prefer an interp, I don’t like to vote on RVIs unless they are well warranted and even then the aff sneezing on the flow might be enough for me to ignore it. I will probably ignore jargon that is unwarranted like just saying reasonability or competing interps without explanations.

DAs: I will vote on linear and unique Das. I don’t believe a negative needs one to win a round. I am usually very skeptical of politics but still vote offence/defense paradigm on it.

Theory: Most specs are just defense to solvency for me. I definitely get they are a valuable part of a strategy for time and fairness reasons but I find them generally unpersuasive. I will vote on them though if mishandled by the affirmative(or negative) . All that said if you have a really interesting super spec procedural I’ll listen to it with an open mind. 5 off all procedurals will tank your speaks.I generally think there are ways to resolve theoretical objections that don’t necessitate a ballot on theory.

Ks: As with every other position I want the link to be specific and prefer the literature to be in the context of our topic. I think the necessity of framework depends on the nature of the alternative and the presented 1AC. I generally view links as a DA to the perm. I think you need a stable alt text.

Counterplans: I don’t think conditionality is a problem but you can read whatever against the CP. I don’t think you have to establish ME in the NC but I think it ends up being more persuasive if the AR concedes it. I prefer if they have an advocate, but not a deal breaker. You should have a stable CP text. Open to perm theory, same concept as other theory shells though.

Defense: I’m predisposed to believe it’s not a voting issue but if someone concedes some fwk that says it is I guess I would vote for it. This applies to answering neg positions as well.

Performance: I am totally fine with it, but again I think it’s important to explain how it relates to an affirmation or negation of the resolution. That being said, I am completely open to arguments about why resolution centered debate is bad.

A2 K/Performance AC/NC: ENGAGE. Just framing your way out the debate is super boring to me. Cut cards answering their method. If they give you links, use them.

(Paradigm largely stolen from Spencer Orlowski) -> we view debate similarly. I will make a more specific paradigm soon.

NFA LD PARADIGM

To be honest, aside from evaluating practice debates, I have never formally judged an NFA LD round at a tournament since graduating. That being said, I will try and give you my best insight into how I tend to evaluate debates if you have me at NFA. Please feel free to ask me any questions my paradigm does not answer for you before the round begins.

Pet Peeves

Topicality without carded interp

Super short cards with no warrants

Super long tags on policy Affs

Tags that don't use the rhetoric of the card (powertags)

Lack of Sign-Posting

Speed

I am cool with it so long as your opponent is. If I am unable to follow you due to delivery rate I will say speed. If you are unclear I will say clear. There is a difference. I expect a debater to audibly say clear or speed. I am not ok with speed being a tool of exclusion and will be persuaded if I see a clear abuse of speed. I am also not ok with debaters calling speed as a competitive tool when they can truly keep up and are debating at speeds as fast as, if not faster than their opponent.

Speaker Points

Speaker points are not largely determined by how pretty you sound. Rather, I use them as a reward for your talent as a critical thinker. Things I evaluated include but are not limited to - organization, pointing out logical inconstancies or double turns, articulating implications of impacts, etc.

Theory/Topicality

I probably will not be persuaded by theory positions that would be better articulated as solvency deficits to the Aff (i.e. - vagueness). That does not mean I will not vote on these positions, but it is an uphill battle to argue I should drop the debater when in reality it is just a solvency question. Other than that, I do believe that theory is meant to protect yourself and please use it as necessary. Obviously, proven abuse is preferable but if you persuade me that potential abuse should be a voter, then I will vote there. I am particularly persuaded on theory/T if you show me the abuse on clearly on each sheet. Please please please weigh the impacts of standards. Too often, theory/T debates do not resolve which standard is most important. Reminder - please card interps and number your violations clearly if there are multiple.

AC's

Don't really care about the structure of an Aff. If the Aff is not topical, it helps to provide justification in the 1AC as to why the Aff is not topical. This is not necessary, but I think it will make framework and T preempts much cleaner and easier for you.

DA's

Do your thing. I am persuaded by logical responses to DAs if they are true (i.e. Uniqueness overwhelms the link). If your link is not specific to the Aff, then please contextualize the Aff to your link after you read the link ev.

CP's

I have no on face rejection to any types of CPs or their respective status. That being said, I can definitely be persuaded why certain types of CPs should be excluded via a theory debate. I also don't think you need to solve every harm of the Aff.

K's

Do your thing. Aff specific links are preferred. If you are reading generic or topic links, then please contextualize them to the Aff in the NC. I am cool with kicking the alt and using the link and impact as a linear DA to the case but that does open you up to the theory debate which I am not afraid to vote on.

Evaluating Arguments

I default to a comparative advantages frame work. If there is a 1% chance the Aff can solve, and the neg has no substantial harm to weigh against the Aff, I won't vote on solvency as a stock issue. I am not persuaded by lazy try-or-die arguments, but when done properly this framing is persuasive. Weigh, weigh, weigh. If you aren't reading extinction level impacts, that's fine. But please provide some framework/weighing mechanism if you take this approach.

HIGH SCHOOL LD/POLICY PARADIGM

I don't judge these events as much but I have experience in both. Ask me particular questions before round but here is a quick list of things you may want to know.

- Aff doesn't have to be topical if there is a good justification

- That doesn't mean I won't vote on FW or Theory

- I will vote on T - not a hack but I don't throw it out the window like some judges

- Speed Friendly

- K friendly but you will need to explain the lit in your own words to contextualize high theory to the Aff

- I prefer specific vs general links on the K debate (extra-speaks will likely follow if you have case specific links to your K)

- Weigh weigh weigh

- Collapse

Full Judging Record
Tournament Lv Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
Wku Fall Tournament C 2021-09-25 OLD R4 Lafaye Ben Herman NebLin Nicholas Wallenburg Neg
Wku Fall Tournament C 2021-09-25 JVLD R3 TruSta Emma Rohrbach WesKen Avery Lenihan Neg
Wku Fall Tournament C 2021-09-25 JVLD R2 Washbu Jacob Bailes MisVal Camden Phillips Neg
Southern Minnesota District Tournament HS 2020-12-11 PF R7 LakSou GG Blake ST Neg Neg 3-0
Southern Minnesota District Tournament HS 2020-12-11 PF R4 Chaska OV EdePra AP Aff
Southern Minnesota District Tournament HS 2020-12-11 PF R2 Eagan HK RobArm MT Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 VPF Octas Dalton SY William Fremd GS Pro Pro 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 VPF Sextos Flintridge Prep VZ Hunter GF Pro Pro 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 VPF Triple Sharon BC College Prep BB Pro Con 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 VPF R7 Vivek Rao Archbishop Mitty BM Pro
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 VPF R6 Westwood FG Hawken YS Pro
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 VPF R4 Riverdale Country MP James Logan ZD Con
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 VPF R3 Plano West BS Strake Jesuit GW Pro
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 VPF R2 Quarry Lane PS Chapin TP Pro
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 VPF R1 Westridge CL Mountain Brook SS Con
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-06 PF V Double Lynbrook GR Nueva AR Pro Pro 2-1
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-06 PF V Triple Blake ST Marist OW Con Con 2-1
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-06 PF V R6 Montgomery Blair GC BergenTech GK Con
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-06 PF V R4 College Prep SW Eastview DQ Pro
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-06 PF V R3 Bellaire LT Dougherty Valley SW Pro
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-06 PF V R1 Harker KL Hawken WM Con
Mid America Cup HS 2020-09-25 PF Quarte Richard Montgomery Guo & Lin Marist Vance & Lauterbach Con Con 2-1
Mid America Cup HS 2020-09-25 PF Octos Marist Vance & Lauterbach Carmel Valley Independent Gantla & Deshpande Pro Pro 3-0
Mid America Cup HS 2020-09-25 PF Double Mission San Jose Zhang & Zhang Brentwood Rose & Hong Con Con 3-0
Mid America Cup HS 2020-09-25 PF Triple Potomac Adams & Westland Westwood Pandit & Singh Con Con 3-0
Mid America Cup HS 2020-09-25 PF R5 Bronx Science Hosalli & Tappe Blake Schmidt & Egeland Con
Mid America Cup HS 2020-09-25 PF R2 Walt Whitman Dwyer & Polley-Fisanich Brentwood Syed & Shyam Pro
Mid America Cup HS 2020-09-25 PF R1 Madison West Cohen & Shatdal Chanhassen Kappel & Williamson Pro
Mid America Cup HS 2020-09-25 PF R1 Duchesne Academy Of The Sacred Heart Balboa & Rivera Winston Churchill Huang & Yu Con
National Speech and Debate Season Opener Hosted by UK HS 2020-09-12 PF V Octo NSU FR BASIS Peoria PL Pro Con 2-1
National Speech and Debate Season Opener Hosted by UK HS 2020-09-12 PF V Double Blake OP Lakeville GN Con Con 3-0
National Speech and Debate Season Opener Hosted by UK HS 2020-09-12 PF V Trips Poly Prep Country Day TW Delbarton LT Con Con 3-0
National Speech and Debate Season Opener Hosted by UK HS 2020-09-12 PF V Quads Centennial BW Bergen County KS Pro Pro 2-1
National Speech and Debate Season Opener Hosted by UK HS 2020-09-12 PF V R6 Desert Vista RK Strath Haven BB Pro
National Speech and Debate Season Opener Hosted by UK HS 2020-09-12 PF V R6 Plano West PS Lambert BZ Con
National Speech and Debate Season Opener Hosted by UK HS 2020-09-12 PF V R3 Delbarton JL BCAcademy PY Con
National Speech and Debate Season Opener Hosted by UK HS 2020-09-12 PF V R3 University Independent MG Fairmont Prep BJ Con
National Speech and Debate Season Opener Hosted by UK HS 2020-09-12 PF RS R2 Newton South FS Montgomery Blair CY Pro
National Speech and Debate Season Opener Hosted by UK HS 2020-09-12 PF RS R2 VDA - Vancouver YY Mission San Jose BS Pro
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2019-12-20 PF Quarte Blake JS Horace Mann MM Pro Pro 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2019-12-20 PF Octafi Ridge SR Blake JS Con Con 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2019-12-20 PF Double Edgemont MM Marist SV Con Con 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2019-12-20 PF Triple Marist VL W. Churchill HH Pro Pro 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2019-12-20 PF R6 Westridge BM Lakeville HS Con
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2019-12-20 PF R5 NSU AG Wayland WW Con
Yale Invitational HS 2019-09-13 JVPF Quarte Bergen County Academies DN Winston Churchill DM Con Con 3-0
Yale Invitational HS 2019-09-13 VPF Double La Salle CH Horace Mann KL Con Pro 2-1
Yale Invitational HS 2019-09-13 VPF Trips Lake Highland Prep SP Cinco Ranch RT Pro Pro 2-1
Yale Invitational HS 2019-09-13 VPF R6 Thomas S. Wootton TZ Bullis SS Pro
Yale Invitational HS 2019-09-13 VPF R5 North Allegheny PJ Holy Trinity Episcopal VT Pro
Yale Invitational HS 2019-09-13 VPF R5 Campbell Hall FL Newton South SJ Pro
Yale Invitational HS 2019-09-13 VPF R3 Westborough KK Richard Montgomery SW Con
Yale Invitational HS 2019-09-13 VPF R3 Union County Catholic JK Midwood PT Con
Yale Invitational HS 2019-09-13 VPF R1 Trinity Prep PZ Thomas S. Wootton MW Pro
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF Octofi Ryan Gumlia & Dean Alamy Rylan Schendel & Nicholas Trujillo Neg Neg 4-1
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF Double Cara Wilson & Hana Odawara Inko Bovenzi & Yukiho Semimoto Neg Neg 3-0
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R8 Forum YEJ Aysola & Sousounis Forum YEJ Homan & Mohan
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R8 Summit CAC Wilson & Odawara Summit CCG Nazare & Shao Aff
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF Partia Vinayak Menon & Bobby Missell Will Chasse & Wallace Chen Neg
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R7 Nibhan Akbar & Rahman Hasib Julie Wang & Nurah Kutty Aff
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R7 Summit SJS Han & Han Summit SDS Hu & Fu
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R7 Apex BWW Chapple & Yu Forum MBN Khan & Harris Aff
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R5 Forum SKS Cohn & Chang Summit MZK Walker & Vance Neg
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R5 Forum MCP Shah & Zhang Forum PBD Lu & Vo Aff
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R4 Apex FMJ Swigert & Johnson Apex MMF Verska & Sjostrom Aff
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R4 Summit CAC Singh & Sun Summit MZK Gowda & Biswas Aff
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R4 Rebekah Sun & Meghan Zeng Esme Kamadolli & Julian Fefer Aff
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R4 Kevin Zeng & Adriana Kim Jason Hu & Michelle Zhao Aff
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R3 Brandon Wang & Kristen Wang Benjamin You & Talya Jacoby Aff
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R3 Apex BWW Jansen & Cresap Apex FMJ Semimoto & Bovenzi Neg
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R3 Zoe Spicer & Nathaniel Yoon Jennifer Yu & Xuechen Yin Aff
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R3 Forum MCP Short & Perkins Forum SCM Eum & Xue Neg
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R2 Summit AKS Jain Summit AKS Wang & Wahal Neg
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R2 Claudia Leduc & Etta Humes Jack Zirin-hyman & Marvin Mao Aff
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R2 Lawrence Tang & Jonathan Wen Allen Sun & Subhash Kanaparthi Neg
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R1 Summit AKS 2 & 1 Summit AKS Gupta & Jones Aff
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R1 Will Sjostrom & Sophie Verska Olivia Li & Arianna Roberts Aff
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R1 Summit AKS Patel & Kim Summit AKS Perri & Olson Neg
NDF Boston Intensive 2019-07-13 PF R1 Maxwell Cole & Sanjay Mallikarjun Sai Karnati & Sukhm Kang Neg
MDTA JVNovice State Championship HS 2018-11-30 NPF Quarte SPA TW Chanhassen KV Con Con 3-0
MDTA JVNovice State Championship HS 2018-11-30 NPF Octos Lakeville North GN Blake HS Pro Pro 3-0
Southern Minnesota District Tournament HS 2018-11-14 PF R6 Eagan PS Lakeville North SH Neg Aff 2-1
Southern Minnesota District Tournament HS 2018-11-14 PF R5 Eagan GV Lakeville South CT Neg Neg 3-0
Southern Minnesota District Tournament HS 2018-11-14 PF R5 Eagan CU Lakeville North SH Neg Neg 2-1
The Edina Classic HS 2018-11-10 VPF R5 Eastview AA Chanhassen MW Pro
The Edina Classic HS 2018-11-10 NPF R3 Bloomington Jefferson BS Maple Grove MF Pro
The Edina Classic HS 2018-11-10 JVPF R2 East Ridge DR SPA EL Con
The Edina Classic HS 2018-11-10 VPF R1 Maple Grove AG Eagan HS Con
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2018-11-02 NLD Quarte West Des Moines Valley SJ Apple Valley NB Neg Neg 2-1
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2018-11-02 VLD R6 West Des Moines Valley LG Pinnacle KA Aff
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2018-11-02 VLD R5 West Des Moines Valley AJo New Trier CS Neg
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK HS 2018-09-07 VPF R6 Clayton-Bradley CaCa Potomac CG Con
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK HS 2018-09-07 VPF R5 Hawken EG Ravenwood OG Con
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK HS 2018-09-07 VPF R4 Mountain Brook SH Henry Clay CO Con
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK HS 2018-09-07 VPF R3 Nueva CS Medina Senior GP Pro
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK HS 2018-09-07 VPF R2 Morristown West CS Nueva FM Con
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK HS 2018-09-07 VPF R1 University KK Mountain Brook AB Pro
NDF Iowa 2018-07-22 PRAC 8 Summit VM Doyle & Ashraf Summit MS Chilukuri & Appel Neg
NDF Iowa 2018-07-22 PRAC 7 Forum HCK Glatt & Wei Summit MS Wei & Li Aff
NDF Iowa 2018-07-22 PRAC 7 Forum YMZ Dronamraju & Gujaran Summit MS Chang & Morgan Neg
NDF Iowa 2018-07-22 PRAC 6 Forum MM Park & Kim Summit VM Balaje & Jaisinghani Neg
NDF Iowa 2018-07-22 PRAC 5 Summit MS Chilukuri & Appel Summit MS Aydinyan & Mkhitaryan Neg
NDF Iowa 2018-07-22 PRAC 4 Summit VM Ata & Nooka Summit MS Abdallah & Cady Neg
NDF Iowa 2018-07-22 PRAC 3 Forum YMZ Chasse & Behling Forum MM Zhou & Bridgewaters Neg
NDF Iowa 2018-07-22 PRAC 3 Forum YMZ Keck & Hohmann Forum MM Rajagopalan & Glaser Aff
NDF Iowa 2018-07-22 PRAC Summit Summit MS McCauley & Singh Summit VM Doyle & Ashraf Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2017-12-15 PF Semifi Evanston Twp KW Newton South FS Con Con 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2017-12-15 PF Quarte Newton South FS University CK Pro Pro 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2017-12-15 PF Octafi Acton-Boxborough AJ Mission San Jose Independent KM Con Con 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2017-12-15 PF Double Johnston BS Newton South FS Con Con 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2017-12-15 PF Triple Mission San Jose Independent KM Millard West AN Pro Pro 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2017-12-15 PF Triple Evanston Twp CB Cypress Bay SB Con Con 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2017-12-15 PF R6 Delbarton SP Walt Whitman MM Con
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2017-12-15 PF R6 Strake Jesuit DC Aberdeen Central DW Pro
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2017-12-15 PFRR R4 Theodore Roosevelt KG Edgemont KS Pro Pro 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2017-12-15 PFRR R2 Potomac SK Poly Prep Country Day SS Con Con 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2017-12-15 PFRR R1 Johnston BS Walt Whitman MM Pro Con 2-1
MDTA JVNovice State Championship HS 2017-12-01 NPF Octos Blake CO Lakeville North HS Con Con 3-0
MDTA JVNovice State Championship HS 2017-12-01 JVPF Octos Lourdes VK Eastview NM Pro Pro 3-0
MDTA JVNovice State Championship HS 2017-12-01 JVPF Double Lourdes VK Eastview PG Pro Pro 3-0
MDTA JVNovice State Championship HS 2017-12-01 JVPF R5 Eastview NM Chaska CP Pro
MDTA JVNovice State Championship HS 2017-12-01 JVPF R5 Bloom Jeff MB St Michael Albertville WA Con
MDTA JVNovice State Championship HS 2017-12-01 JVPF R4 Duluth East DM Eastview PG Pro
MDTA JVNovice State Championship HS 2017-12-01 JVPF R4 Lakeville South HN Bloom Jeff MP Pro
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2017-11-18 VPF Octas Plano West Senior LW Delbarton SP Pro Pro 3-0
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2017-11-18 VPF Sextos Poly Prep Country Day SS Walt Whitman MM Pro Pro 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2017-11-18 VPF R5 Chanhassen MB West Des Moines Valley PC Con
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2017-11-18 VPF R5 Johnston BS Lakeville South GM Con
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2017-11-18 VPF R2 Sequoyah DM DuPont Manual KR Con
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2017-11-18 VPF R2 Homewood-Flossmoor TV Flintridge Sacred Heart KL Pro
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2017-11-03 VPF Octos Lake Highland Prep BF St Paul KA Con Con 3-0
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2017-11-03 VPF Double Dougherty Valley KB Poly Prep Country Day SS Pro Pro 2-1
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2017-11-03 VPF R6 St Paul DG Dougherty Valley JK Con
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2017-11-03 VPF R5 Walt Whitman TG Bronx HS Of Science SO Pro
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2017-11-03 VPF R4 Hawken SK Columbus CR Con
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2017-11-03 VPF R3 Evanston Twp CB Theodore Roosevelt AC Pro
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2017-11-03 VPF R2 Walt Whitman RT Altamont CL Pro
Valley Mid America Cup HS 2017-09-23 PF Octos Harker Wang & Wang Theodore Roosevelt Konfrst & Gustafson Con Con 3-0
Valley Mid America Cup HS 2017-09-23 PF R5 James Madison Memorial Ramer & Taber John F. Kennedy HS, Cedar Rapids Al-Hisnawi & Shea Con
Valley Mid America Cup HS 2017-09-23 PF R5 Urbana Allen & Dallas Harker Ma & Cheung Con
Valley Mid America Cup HS 2017-09-23 PF R3 John F. Kennedy HS, Cedar Rapids Baize & Jacobs West Des Moines Valley Lucht & Langel Pro
Valley Mid America Cup HS 2017-09-23 PF R3 Poly Prep Country Day Menziuso & Bixby St. Andrew's Episcopal Booth & Till Con
Valley Mid America Cup HS 2017-09-23 PF R1 Blake Motolinia & Gill St Paul Konstan & Askari Con
Valley Mid America Cup HS 2017-09-23 PF R1 Ames Aydinyan & Mkhitaryan Millard North Hartman & Selvaraj Pro
NDF Iowa HS 2017-07-30 PRAC R6 Allseits-Stage CK Young-McKee BK Pro
NDF Iowa HS 2017-07-30 PRAC R5 Allseits-Stage GZ Clark-Wood CZ Con
NDF Iowa HS 2017-07-30 PRAC R4 Clark-Wood CaS Allseits-Stage JB Pro
NDF Iowa HS 2017-07-30 PRAC R3 Clark-Wood CaS Young-McKee SS Pro
NDF Iowa 2017-07-30 PRAC R2 Allseits-Stage GK Allseits-Stage JB Pro
NDF Iowa 2017-07-30 PRAC R1 Allseits-Stage CK Allseits-Stage GL Pro
NDF Boston 2017-07-12 MINH Double Huang & Johnson Chen & Zhu Pro Con 2-1
NDF Boston C 2017-07-12 MINH R6 Jin & Lee Li & Sheng Con
NDF Boston HS 2017-07-12 MINH R6 Wilke & Bonanno Shahar & Kim Con
NDF Boston HS 2017-07-12 MINH R4 Gong & Chen Norman & Kaner Con
NDF Boston HS 2017-07-12 MINH R4 Mehta & Zhao Nuzzolo & Zhao Pro
NDF Boston HS 2017-07-12 MINH R3 Sawhney & Sun Rangan & Margolien Pro
NDF Boston HS 2017-07-12 MINH R3 Patel & Anderson Bahubalendruni & Prakash Con
NDF Boston HS 2017-07-12 MINH R2 Pan & Ryu Thompson & Abbott Con
NDF Boston HS 2017-07-12 MINH R2 Romo & Kulkami Davis & Malick Pro
NDF Boston HS 2017-07-12 MINH R1 Huang & Lu Kondylis Con
NDF Boston HS 2017-07-12 MINH R1 Madejski & Ramanthan Pinnamaneni & Steiner Pro
Minh A Luong NDF Tutorials HS 2016-07-22 PF Quarte Horace Mann SK Millburn CY Aff Neg 4-1
Minh A Luong NDF Tutorials HS 2016-07-22 PF Octos Millburn CY Hunter/Southlake Carroll MP Neg Aff 2-1
Minh A Luong NDF Tutorials HS 2016-07-22 PF Double Nueva MS Starrs Mill HH Aff Aff 3-0
Minh A Luong NDF Tutorials HS 2016-07-22 PF R6 Mission San Jose CK Walt Whitman MM Aff
Minh A Luong NDF Tutorials HS 2016-07-22 PF R6 Columbus/Quarry Lane JS Stephanie Zhang Neg
Minh A Luong NDF Tutorials HS 2016-07-22 PF R5 St Mary's Hall RF Walt Whitman/Northland Christian LL Neg
Minh A Luong NDF Tutorials HS 2016-07-22 PF R5 Ft. Lauderdale HS Starrs Mill HH Aff
Minh A Luong NDF Tutorials HS 2016-07-22 PF R4 Stuyvesant CO Hunter TC Neg
Minh A Luong NDF Tutorials HS 2016-07-22 PF R4 Newton South AA A&M Consolidated HP Aff
Minh A Luong NDF Tutorials HS 2016-07-22 PF R1 Lake Highland/Princeton FB Miramonte ZM Neg
Minh A Luong NDF Tutorials HS 2016-07-22 PF R1 Stuyvesant SS Byram Hills/Lincoln-Sudbury RS Neg
Tournament of Champions HS 2014-04-26 PF R7 Lake Mary Prep BW Regis PP Neg
Tournament of Champions HS 2014-04-26 PF R6 Stuyvesant UK Boca Raton Community SG Aff