Sheelah Bearfoot Paradigm

Last changed 2/12 10:47P PDT

FOR PFers ON THIS UBI TOPIC - So apparently a lot of really effing awful domestic violence based cases are floating around. The actual F*#K.
Warning in advance - please don't run any domestic violence args in front of me. Just really, it's best for everyone's blood pressure if nobody runs any overly simplistic, victim-shaming, abuser-apologist garbage in front of me. IF you have a case using domestic violence args and want my opinion on them in a situation where it WON'T most likely cost you a round, I'd be willing to take a look at your case and tell you what's wrong with it.

Short version: I’m a flow judge down with most K’s, spreading, CPs (condo or uncondo) narratives, performance, and projects. If you bite into your own K, you're screwed. For the love of coffee, SIGNPOST. Don’t run bad science. I love IR and current events. I hate Eurocentric perspectives. Theory debate is meh at the best of times when it’s done well and downright painful when it’s done poorly or unnecessarily. I really don’t have a strong opinion one way or the other on RVI’s. Topicality: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ . Weigh impacts. I will listen to whatever you have to say as long as it is well supported, do not just assume certain things are good or bad. Case debate is fun. Framework debate is interesting, whoever wins framework controls how I will view the round and usually gets my ballot. I’m incredibly non-interventionist (unless someone’s winning the “the judge should be a critical intellectual” arg, then be prepared for what intellect you have unleashed.) and rarely vote on presumption, unless something egregious happens in round. Don’t be a jackass.

Last thing - lots of teams have been running Indigenous something or other in front of me. I guess they inherently assume this is good judge adaptation. It frequently is not. If you are planning on doing this, please scroll down to the bottom and read my opinions on this instead of telling me how to think about my own identity.

(Also, I like a lot of different things. I'm super nerdy. Please don't feel constrained in the breadth of arguments you can run in front of me; there's more to me than my race. *cries single tear*)

^you’ll probably be fine with just that, the rest is provided for kicks and giggles.
Launching the Logorrhoea

Use your head! Analysis: I want to see critical engagement with the literature. Don’t just say that something is true or desirable because some author said so. Explain what you are arguing in your own words, tell me why it matters and why it is important to be heard in this round. Blippy arguments aren’t going to have much punch. When you extend, restate the analysis; I dislike extending points for the sake of just having stuff on the flow, tell me why it’s important in the round.

Disads: I want a clear link/internal link story. This is often lacking in politics disads, which are interesting when done well and awful when they’re like “voting for this bill drains the president’s political capital”. Be specific and intrinsic. Impact calc is important as is reminding me why I should be weighing all this under your framework. I’m not tied to Probability >Magnitude or Manitude>Probability – you convince me which one I should prioritize. Timeframe can be a good tie-breaker for this.

Theory: If you run it, please make sure it's warranted. I have voted on it and will if it isn't responded to, but it’s not exactly my favorite type of debate. Clarify what you mean by “reasonability” and why you are being more reasonable.

Non-topical Affs: Go for it. Extra-topical plans: If you’re all debating the resolution straight up, being extra-T isn’t very fair.

Let's be clear on the need for speed: I can handle pretty fast spread, just make sure to enunciate. I will yell clear if needed, but after 2 or 3 "clears" you will start losing speaks if you don’t listen. Please don’t spread out teams that can’t spread; it’s mean and I will be mean back to you on the ballot.

Speak up! I award speaker points for content, strategy, and structure more than talking pretty.Let's all play nice. Watch your rhetoric; anything racist, sexist, xenophobic, homophobic, abelist, or transphobic will nuke your speaks. My speaks are generally higher than 26. 27-27.5 is average-proficient, 28 is awesome, 29 is " I really wanted to give you 30, but there was (blank) tiny issue". 29.5-30 means the round was pure beauty in motion.

RVI's: Ok, for whatever reason, this is like cilantro for most people in the debate community; they either think they're the best, most clever thing ever or that they're a horrible abomination. I really, seriously, don't have a strong opinion either way, I think it is very much a case by case situation.

K's: Feel more than free to be creative and unique, just make sure it makes sense. What I mean is that you should thoroughly understand what you are running, stay consistent with your framework, be able to handle the obvious questions it will incur. Back it up with analysis and justify why this is significant. It is always really obvious when somebody is running a case that was just handed to them by a coach or more senior competitor. I’m decently familiar with critical literature/arguments regarding Anthropocentrism, Ecofem, Indigeneity/Settler Colonialism, and Racial Positionality. I know little bits and pieces of other areas (like Disability Politics or Queer Theory – and a bunch of random stuff written by Marxist doctors on healthcare and neoliberalism; I had a weird summer.) and am more than happy to listen to whatever you want to run, I just might not be terribly familiar with the lit so make sure to clearly explain the thesis. Please feel free to ask me before the round if you want a clarification on my knowledge base. Furthermore, if you are critiquing somebody's rhetoric within the round and tell me that the role of the judge is to be a critical intellectual, don't bite into that rhetoric. It will end badly for you.
There are a few specific K's that I have more strict criteria for.
Nietzsche: Please for the love of all that is good in the world, don't run a Nietzsche K in front of me unless you have actually read some Nietzsche. All the bastardized embrace suffering stuff I hear all the time is not Nietzsche.
Give Back the Land/Decolonization: This can either be done really well or really poorly. A lot of the time, running this is pretty much just commodifying the suffering and exploitation and genocide of hundreds of Peoples for the ballot in a round. Please don't be one of those teams or I will drop you. Read “Decolonization is not a Metaphor” if you disagree with this and then think about what I said again. If you are running this case without any cards from Native authors, that is a serious paternalistic problem. It's also hard when the "plans" proposed don't leave room for biracial Native Americans, especially considering we have the highest "out-marriage" rates of any ethnicity. I don't wanna hear any "Noble Savage" type garbage. If you argue that we need to increase indigenous knowledge production and all the stuff happening to Natives is really bad and oppressive and stuff, but you don't have a goddamn plan for tangibly reducing harm to people like me, stop talking. Things like rates of substance abuse, suicide, domestic violence, poverty,and cultural erasure have affected my life and my family and friends. THIS IS NOT A GAME TO ME. These are not arguments for your academic curiosity. These are real things that affect real people. I do not have the luxury to play with these concepts in academic abstraction, and I won't tolerate you doing so. If you want to argue in-round solutions, they better actually be solutions. None of this "we need to imagine a different government" BS. We have been imagining for a long time.This If you are running this case to help rhetorically overthrow colonialist power structures and are actually representing Native voices, then you belong on the other half of the equation are running this case for the right reasons.

Also
Speed K's: Just have solid reasons for why your opponent spreading is abelist or exclusionary. If you have a disability that makes spreading either impossible for you to perform yourself or listen to/flow, if you have asked your opponent not to spread before the round, and your opponent still spreads, then yes absolutely run a speed K.

Quick thing on poetry- a lot of arguments I’ve heard against poetry being used in round are really classist and racist. I do not believe that poetry is only a tool of the elite and educated or that marginalized individuals who use it are traitor pawns of the ivory tower. Arguments that essentially boil down to “poetry is exclusionary because it’s bourgeoisie” are not going to work for me. Arguments that say poetry only embodies White ideals of beauty and that PoC poetry will inevitably be co-opted are viscerally offensive to me.
I won't drop you in the round if you run this, but I will drop the argument.

Narratives: Hell. Yes. I strongly believe narrative debate has an important role in asserting the voices of marginalized groups in academia. These are experiences and perspectives that the overwhelmingly wealthy white able cis/het male institutions of academia have isolated. Other authors publishing nuanced work on these topics can be rare, which is part of where narrartives come in to fill that gap. Narratives are NOT whining- narrative debate is a way for the debater to become a producer of knowledge. Talking about structural violence with first person language does not make these topics any less academic; somebody else does not need to study you for your problems to be worthy of being heard and debated.
That being said, if you are running a narrative – do NOT make sweeping assumptions about your opponents or judges, particularly in regards to things that nobody should have to feel forced to disclose about themselves to a room full of strangers, like mental health status, gender identity, sexual orientation, or a history of experiencing abuse/domestic violence. Your job is to attack power structures, and I have no tolerance for teams who invalidate their opponents' identities and their rights to display them how/when they choose to.

Please don't let the round turn into the Oppression Olympics. Don't let your args against narratives devolve into "actually, I am more oppressed than you because X " - narratives are to highlight structural violence, it's not personal. It is not about you, the debater running a narrative is an empiric to a larger argument that highlights particular systems of power. We shouldn't have to pretend like these systems don't apply to us in some way when we run cases, and at the end of the day, nobody is attacking YOU, they are indicting particular systems of power. Engage with the power structures in the round.

Each round is different, so these are just guidelines and if you have a question that this didn't answer, feel free to ask.
Good luck, have fun!

Full Judging Record

Tournament Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
California Round Round Robin 2/13/2020 PF RR Round Saratoga PS College Prep HN Neg Neg on a 2-0
California Round Round Robin 2/13/2020 LD RR R6 Southlake Carroll TR Oak Hall KZ Aff
California Round Round Robin 2/13/2020 LD RR R4 Loyola JC Quarry Lane MS Aff Aff on a 2-0
California Round Round Robin 2/13/2020 PF RR R3 Taipei American ET Nueva RT Aff
California Round Round Robin 2/13/2020 PF RR R3 College Prep HN Mira Loma GS Neg Neg on a 2-0
California Round Round Robin 2/13/2020 LD RR R2 Oak Hall KZ Harvard-Westlake SM Aff Aff on a 2-0
California Round Round Robin 2/13/2020 LD RR R2 Dougherty Valley KK Archbishop Mitty JP Neg
California Round Round Robin 2/13/2020 LD RR R1 Quarry Lane MS Dougherty Valley KK Aff Aff on a 2-0
California Round Round Robin 2/13/2020 LD RR R1 Harvard-Westlake SM Southlake Carroll TR Aff Aff on a 2-0
College Prep LD Invitational 12/21/2019 OLD Finals Harker QC Archbishop Mitty JP Neg Neg on a 2-1
College Prep LD Invitational 12/21/2019 NLD Semis Lynbrook AH Bay Area DV Aff Aff on a 3-0
College Prep LD Invitational 12/21/2019 OLD Double H.B. Plant TK Rancho Bernardo JJ Aff Aff on a 3-0
College Prep LD Invitational 12/21/2019 OLD R6 Rancho Bernardo JJ Branham AG Neg
College Prep LD Invitational 12/21/2019 OLD R6 Leland VS S. Eugene H. S NS Aff
College Prep LD Invitational 12/21/2019 OLD R4 Evergreen Valley SS Palo Alto HS Independent EH Aff
College Prep LD Invitational 12/21/2019 OLD R4 S. Eugene H. S NA Golden State SS Aff
College Prep LD Invitational 12/21/2019 NLD R2 Golden State OR Lynbrook AG Neg
College Prep LD Invitational 12/21/2019 OLD R1 Lynbrook SC Golden State AW Aff
College Prep LD Invitational 12/21/2019 OLD R1 Portola Bulldogs AS Lynbrook SY Aff
Dallastown Wildcat Invitational 11/9/2019 VLD Semi New Oxford SR Unionville LI Neg Neg on a 2-1
Dallastown Wildcat Invitational 11/9/2019 NLD R4 New Oxford EB Boiling Springs CJ Aff
Dallastown Wildcat Invitational 11/9/2019 NLD R2 New Oxford AC William Tennent VC Neg
Dallastown Wildcat Invitational 11/9/2019 VLD R1 William Tennent NS Susquehannock AK Aff
33rd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/9/2019 JPF Semifi Capitol GR Vancouver LF Neg Neg on a 2-1
33rd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/9/2019 JPF Quarte Albany SK Capitol GR Aff Neg on a 2-1
33rd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/9/2019 JPF Quarte Vancouver LF Blake PW Aff Aff on a 3-0
33rd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/9/2019 JPF Octafi Albany SK Los Osos BJ Aff Aff on a 2-1
33rd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/9/2019 JPF Double Quarry Lane CC American Heritage Boca/Delray WR Neg Neg on a 2-1
33rd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/9/2019 JPF IDO Liaoning Province Shiyan WW Enreach Shanghai ZL Neg
33rd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/9/2019 JPF IDO NADA Debate Institute WR Shanghai Act With Initiative TZ Aff
33rd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/9/2019 JPF R5 Joaquin Miller VR Gunn Sr DN Neg
33rd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/9/2019 JPF R5 ADL CW Granada Hills Charter BC Aff
33rd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/9/2019 JPF R4 BC Academy JC Golden State CZ Neg
NCFL Grand Nationals 5/26/2018 LD Semis 3093 3170 Neg Neg on a 5-0
NCFL Grand Nationals 5/26/2018 LD R4 3151 3155 Neg Neg on a 3-0
NCFL Grand Nationals 5/26/2018 LD R4 3139 3161 Neg Neg on a 2-1
NCFL Grand Nationals 5/26/2018 LD R3 3049 3219 Aff Aff on a 3-0
NCFL Grand Nationals 5/26/2018 LD R3 3192 3074 Neg Aff on a 2-1
NCFL Grand Nationals 5/26/2018 LD R2 3013 3203 Aff Aff on a 2-1
NCFL Grand Nationals 5/26/2018 LD R2 3121 3128 Aff Aff on a 2-1
NCFL Grand Nationals 5/26/2018 LD R1 3141 3060 Neg Neg on a 2-1
NCFL Grand Nationals 5/26/2018 LD R1 3172 3204 Aff Neg on a 2-1
The Quarry Lane Womxns Tournament 4/7/2018 LDRR R6 Presentation Nikhita Vasan Lexington Simran Gandhi Aff Aff on a 2-0
The Quarry Lane Womxns Tournament 4/7/2018 LDRR R5 Lexington Simran Gandhi Pine Hill Esther Guo Aff
The Quarry Lane Womxns Tournament 4/7/2018 LDRR R4 Pine Hill Esther Guo Brentwood Katie Raphaelson Neg
The Quarry Lane Womxns Tournament 4/7/2018 LDRR R3 Quarry Lane Vineela Gogineni Presentation Nikhita Vasan Neg
The Quarry Lane Womxns Tournament 4/7/2018 LDRR R1 Brentwood Katie Raphaelson Lexington Simran Gandhi Neg
32nd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/10/2018 JPF Double American Heritage HS - Plantation SS Carlsbad WA Neg Neg on a 3-0
32nd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/10/2018 JPF IDO Shanghai Foreign Language ZT Dipont Shenzhen LL Neg
32nd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/10/2018 JPF IDO SpeechCraft NZ Spartans CZ Neg
32nd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/10/2018 JPF R5 Enreach Shanghai TY Dipont Ningbo HS Aff
32nd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/10/2018 JPF R5 No. 2 HS Attached to East China Normal SC Joaquin Miller TB Neg
32nd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/10/2018 JPF R4 Dipont Shanghai WL Monta Vista BW Aff
32nd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/10/2018 JPF R4 BC Academy CC Spartans GL Neg
32nd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/10/2018 JPF R3 Green Canyon RP Harker PL Neg
32nd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/10/2018 JPF R3 LearningLeaders HX Seattle SP Aff
32nd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/10/2018 JPF R2 Bishop O'Dowd WJ Nova 42 HS Neg
32nd Annual Stanford Invitational 2/10/2018 JPF R2 Vancouver ZY Junipero Serra HE Aff
College Prep LD Invitational 12/16/2017 OLD Octas North Hollywood JS Carmel Valley Independent RR Aff Aff on a 2-1
College Prep LD Invitational 12/16/2017 NLD Octos Monte Vista AN Harvard-Westlake HS Neg Neg on a 3-0
College Prep LD Invitational 12/16/2017 OLD R6 BASIS Independent Silicon Valley AC Harvard-Westlake KK Neg
College Prep LD Invitational 12/16/2017 NLD R5 Monte Vista SC Brentwood MF Neg
College Prep LD Invitational 12/16/2017 NLD R5 Harvard-Westlake SH MV Independent IM Neg
College Prep LD Invitational 12/16/2017 OLD R4 Los Osos Independent RN Westlake EE Neg
College Prep LD Invitational 12/16/2017 OLD R3 Carmel Valley Independent RAg Harvard-Westlake AG Neg
College Prep LD Invitational 12/16/2017 OLD R2 MV Independent VA Carmel Valley Independent JY Aff
College Prep LD Invitational 12/16/2017 OLD R1 Davis Senior ET Dougherty Valley PC Neg
College Prep LD Invitational 12/16/2017 OLD R1 Carmel Valley Independent RA Basis Mesa HS Aff
National Parliamentary Debate Invitational at Berkeley 11/11/2017 Open R4 Menlo-Atherton GG East Valley MT Neg
National Parliamentary Debate Invitational at Berkeley 11/11/2017 Open R3 Irvington LC Ashland RM Aff
National Parliamentary Debate Invitational at Berkeley 11/11/2017 Open R2 Dougherty Valley RC Notre Dame PD Aff
National Parliamentary Debate Invitational at Berkeley 11/11/2017 Open R1 Ashland WD Prospect AV Aff
National Parliamentary Debate Invitational at Berkeley 11/11/2017 Open R1 East Valley KG Campolindo BY Neg
Golden Gate Invitational 10/28/2017 Open Octas DebTea QC TexTec GH Neg Neg on a 3-0
Golden Gate Invitational 10/28/2017 Open R6 WWU OO Washbu BS Neg
Golden Gate Invitational 10/28/2017 Open R3 Mercer BB DebTea QC Aff
Golden Gate Invitational 10/28/2017 Open R2 ConUni GT Washbu WW Aff
Golden Gate Invitational 10/28/2017 Open R1 Mercer ER TexTec GH Neg
The Omega Round Robin 4/10/2017 TOE R8 Deng & Visht Li & Qian Neg Aff on a 4-3
The Omega Round Robin 4/10/2017 TOE R5 Ray Alonso & Karl Moeglein Deng & Visht Neg
The Omega Round Robin 4/10/2017 TOE R4 Li & Qian William Yoo & Reetam Ganguli Aff
Parli TOC 4/8/2017 Parli Quar Los Altos DH Campolindo BY Neg Aff on a 2-1
Parli TOC 4/8/2017 Parli Octo Evergreen Valley MS Campolindo BY Neg Neg on a 2-1
Parli TOC 4/8/2017 Parli R7 Irvington MY Ashland SR Neg Neg on a 2-0
Parli TOC 4/8/2017 Parli R6 Evergreen Valley JM Campolindo LQ Neg Neg on a 2-0
Parli TOC 4/8/2017 Parli R5 Los Altos CL Campolindo DV Neg
Parli TOC 4/8/2017 Parli R4 Los Altos DH Oak Hill ST Aff Aff on a 2-0
Parli TOC 4/8/2017 Parli R3 Nueva SR Evergreen Valley EL Neg
Parli TOC 4/8/2017 Parli R2 Campolindo BL Irvington GS Aff
Parli TOC 4/8/2017 Parli R1 Evergreen Valley MS Notre Dame MM Aff Aff on a 2-0
31st Annual Stanford Invitational 2/11/2017 VPD Semifi Lowell HS Ashland RS Neg Neg on a 2-1
31st Annual Stanford Invitational 2/11/2017 VLD Quarte La Canada AZ Harvard-Westlake EE Aff Neg on a 2-1
31st Annual Stanford Invitational 2/11/2017 VPD Quarte Ashland RS Campolindo LQ Aff Aff on a 2-1
31st Annual Stanford Invitational 2/11/2017 VLD Double Law Magnet MG Sunset AB Neg Neg on a 3-0
31st Annual Stanford Invitational 2/11/2017 VLD Triple Harvard-Westlake SP BASIS Silicon Valley EK Aff Aff on a 2-1
31st Annual Stanford Invitational 2/11/2017 VLD Triple Palo Alto (Independent) CF BASIS Silicon Valley KS Aff Aff on a 2-1
31st Annual Stanford Invitational 2/11/2017 VLD R6 Del Mar/Torrey Pines HS Independent FK Harvard-Westlake JD Aff
31st Annual Stanford Invitational 2/11/2017 VLD R6 Davis Senior KS Harvard-Westlake KK Neg
31st Annual Stanford Invitational 2/11/2017 VLD R5 Harvard-Westlake AM BASIS Silicon Valley KS Aff
31st Annual Stanford Invitational 2/11/2017 VLD R5 Loyola NT Presentation AS Neg
31st Annual Stanford Invitational 2/11/2017 VLD R3 BASIS Silicon Valley EK Harvard-Westlake SP Neg
31st Annual Stanford Invitational 2/11/2017 VLD R3 Davis Senior DY Harvard-Westlake EE Neg
College Prep LD Invitational 12/17/2016 NLD Final Brentwood DW Albany RR Aff Aff on a 2-1
College Prep LD Invitational 12/17/2016 NLD Semifi Monte Vista EY Albany RR Neg Neg on a 2-1
College Prep LD Invitational 12/17/2016 OLD Octas Palo Alto (Independent) CF Harvard-Westlake CE Neg Neg on a 3-0
College Prep LD Invitational 12/17/2016 OLD Double Immaculate Heart DD Harvard-Westlake MG Aff Aff on a 3-0
College Prep LD Invitational 12/17/2016 OLD R6 Ashland GD West Ranch JW Aff
College Prep LD Invitational 12/17/2016 OLD R6 Carmel Valley Independent EL Harker AMa Aff
College Prep LD Invitational 12/17/2016 OLD R5 Mission San Jose JP Brentwood KM Aff
College Prep LD Invitational 12/17/2016 OLD R5 Dougherty Valley AF Ashland SI Aff
College Prep LD Invitational 12/17/2016 OLD R4 Del Mar/Torrey Pines HS Independent JC La Reina AM Aff
College Prep LD Invitational 12/17/2016 NLD R3 Monte Vista HW Brentwood DW Neg
College Prep LD Invitational 12/17/2016 NLD R3 Dougherty Valley JL Monte Vista EY Neg
College Prep LD Invitational 12/17/2016 OLD R2 Ashland CB Bentley KS Aff
College Prep LD Invitational 12/17/2016 OLD R1 Cajon IC Ashland KJ Neg
Golden Gate Invitational 2016 10/1/2016 Open Octs Lewis and Clark WR UNR AM Aff Aff on a 3-0
Golden Gate Invitational 2016 10/1/2016 Open R6 Lewis and Clark RG Pacific JM Aff
Golden Gate Invitational 2016 10/1/2016 Open R5 Ohlone CA Washburn HB Aff
Golden Gate Invitational 2016 10/1/2016 Open R3 Washburn DW Pacific GJ Neg
Golden Gate Invitational 2016 10/1/2016 Open R2 Washburn PM Lewis and Clark BK Aff
SNFI Summer Institute 7/27/2016 PF Octafi CF Lab CK MM Lab RB Aff Aff on a 3-0
SNFI Summer Institute 7/27/2016 PF Octafi AC Lab WY JR Syndicate IS Neg Neg on a 3-0
SNFI Summer Institute 7/27/2016 PF R6 GK Lab NJ JR Syndicate IS Neg
SNFI Summer Institute 7/27/2016 PF R6 AC Lab WY ML Syndicate SY Aff
SNFI Summer Institute 7/27/2016 PF R5 LK Lab TK ML Syndicate YS Aff
SNFI Summer Institute 7/27/2016 PF R5 GK Lab SF CF Lab BT Neg
SNFI Summer Institute 7/27/2016 PF R4 AC Lab KL LK Lab HG Aff
SNFI Summer Institute 7/27/2016 PF R4 LK Lab AS AC Lab KW Aff
CNDI Camp Tournament 7/6/2016 CX Quarte Bears NW Bears DV Neg Neg on a 3-0
CNDI Camp Tournament 7/6/2016 CX Octos Honey Badgers ND Bears LS Aff Neg on a 2-1
CNDI Camp Tournament 7/6/2016 CX R6 Bears TJ Bears FN Aff
CNDI Camp Tournament 7/6/2016 CX R5 Panthers GC Bears KD Neg
CNDI Camp Tournament 7/6/2016 CX R2 Honey Badgers BB Panthers RJ Aff
CNDI Camp Tournament 7/6/2016 CX R1 Honey Badgers PW Bears RB Neg
Cal Invitational at Berkeley HS Tournament 2/13/2016 JVLD Finals Sprague LW Monte Vista RF Aff Aff on a 3-0
Cal Invitational at Berkeley HS Tournament 2/13/2016 JVLD Quarte Mission San Jose KG Sprague LW Neg Neg on a 3-0
The National Parliamentary Debate Invitational 11/14/2015 Open Round Dougherty Valley MY Prospect HS Neg
The National Parliamentary Debate Invitational 11/14/2015 Open Round Evergreen SZ Dougherty Valley LS Neg
The National Parliamentary Debate Invitational 11/14/2015 Open Round Bishop ODowd HJ Notre Dame HP Aff
The National Parliamentary Debate Invitational 11/14/2015 Open Round Saratoga LT Sonoma GK Neg
29th Annual Stanford National Invitational 2/8/2015 VPD R4 Cleveland AS Sonoma VG Neg
29th Annual Stanford National Invitational 2/8/2015 VPD R4 Loyola PO Sierra Canyon SR Neg
29th Annual Stanford National Invitational 2/8/2015 VPD R3 Crystal Springs Uplands HK Sequoia AC Neg
29th Annual Stanford National Invitational 2/8/2015 VPD R3 Clash Debate Club RT Redlands East Valley BL Neg
29th Annual Stanford National Invitational 2/8/2015 VPD R1 Los Gatos YT Redlands East Valley BL Aff
29th Annual Stanford National Invitational 2/8/2015 VPD R1 Los Altos DH Sonoma DS Neg
College Preparatory School Lincoln Douglas Debate Invitational 12/20/2014 NLD Quarte LBK Indep. YZ El Cerrito CD Aff Aff on a 3-0
College Preparatory School Lincoln Douglas Debate Invitational 12/20/2014 NLD Octas Brentwood EL LBK Indep RM Aff Aff on a 3-0