Brianna Thomas

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Paradigm Statement
Last changed 18 September 2022 9:39 AM EDT

Email: brithomas1412@gmail.com

Former coach for GMU, former debater at Liberty University, 7 years debating experience overall, NDT 2x, 2019 1st round, 2019 CEDA Top Speaker, and have judged all the tingz. After doing both policy and performance debate, I have learned that the most important thing for me is to create a space for myself and the arguments I want to read. Even though I think this is an educational and competitive activity that pays the bills (#schmoney), I still think it should be fun! That being said, my hope is that you will run what you are passionate about! If that's the Econ DA, Anti-blackness K, Fem K, or USFG, then let's get it! DO YOU BOO! This also means that yes debate is a game, but its full of real people and real consequences so we should keep that in mind as we play.

UD 11/16/21

The above thoughts are still true, but thought it's probably time to update this thing in the case people actually read it. The biggest update is making sure y'all know that I want to be a puppet. I don't want to do more work than I have to, I don't want to have to read your evidence, I don't want to have to find pieces across the flow to make my decision, and I just don't want to intervene. So, please stop card dumping and just explain the warrants you have, please give me a clear ballot you want me to repeat back to you, and please talk about you really cool concepts in relation to the other team's arguments and not just as rants (even though they are really smart rants).

Now, that that's been said, I've found myself mostly in the back of the room of either KvK or clash debates, with the very rare appearance of a policy v policy round (minus novice and so my rant on theory doesn't apply to them), it may help to unpack my thoughts based on type of round.

K v K (jv/open):

There seems to be a lack of explanation burden for affs and alts recently. As a result, it normally ends up hurting the aff on presumption because the neg can kick the alt but the aff can't kick the aff. A few recommendations -

For the aff, make sure you know what your aff does and that you can explain the i/l to resolve your impacts. It really isn't enough to use words within your method to explain your method because it becomes circular logic very quickly. The second is to find ways to make it harder for the negative to kick out of the alt or have less burden to prove solvency than you do.

For the neg, take advantage if the aff has a lack of explanation. You should be pressing them to explain every impact in the aff even if they don't flag it as the big impact. I am very persuaded by presumption when its read offensively so make the aff do their job.

Other comments for k v k include the permutation debate. A lot of neg teams make the argument about no perms in a method debate and the only reason I am persuaded by that is 1ars never answer it and the 2ar answer is so new and lacks depth. As a result, aff's should probably have a better prepared answer and then I would be more open to your perm.

Clash (jv/open):

I vote on who wins the round which means one round I may vote on fmwk against a k aff, the next on the k aff. Each round is different so please, innovate! Even with the same argument, you should be searching for ways to re-articulate arguments. Seeing the same 1nc/2n/1nr read off same blocks is not a good look and this is speaking to both sides policy and k.

In these debates, I normally end up siding with tech over truth insofar as it has let me do the least amount of judge intervention. I want to be very clear about what I mean by this, truth normally requires me to read cards for people which if you're not explaining cards I don't want to do the work for you, which is why I say I tend to lean towards clash. I'm saying this to reassure K teams that tech > truth is not automatically a bad thing for you. Ultimately, the best debaters find a good balance between tech and truth, but again I'm a puppet so if you want me to lean a certain way, tell me to do so and why I should.

Policy v Policy (jv/open):

Again, I am rarely in these but the few I have been in tend to come down to the most random theory arguments and I have to be honest - condo is not bad. Whenever I hear condo read in front of me, it just feels like policy teams whining cause I'm like - this is literally the ground you want when you read fmwk, but now its abusive? 5 off is abusive? 3 off is abusive? I meaaaaan ... it just ain't clicking for me because its mostly teams who are absolutely losing other flows because the other team is better and theory is your hail mary. But that means I reward you for avoiding the fight? ok... That being said, people will continue to read condo and I get that - I don't want neg to read this and be like "bri says condo isn't bad in paradigm therfore I don't have to do a lot of work" - no. Please answer it accordingly. What I'm saying is I do not want to vote for condo so neg please don't create a world in which I end up voting for condo - close that door for the aff and I will forever appreciate you.

The only theory arg I find persuasive is perf con - because it means reading a k with something that contradicts makes you a fake radical. Do with that what you will.

End of update.

Now I know some debaters still like to worry about what the person in the back of the room thinks so I'll break down some key points.

Overview:

-I used to say spreading is fine, but in the era of online debate, folks be more unclear than usual. Spread at your own risk because if you don't pace yourself, then it may not get on my flow.

-Explanation > reading more cards

-Organization is key. Even if the other team is messy, it puts you in a better position to clear things up for the judge so line by line can help

-I'm a very expressive person so look at my face cause my visual cues might help you out (and I oop...)

-More people should pref Tyler Wiseman.

-At the end of the debate, be sure to tell me why I should vote for you; if you don't, then you can't get big mad when I don't ... periodt

K's:

I love running the K and the moment I was able to get into critical literature in my debate career, I dived right in. That being said, two important conclusions: One, I understand the foundations of most literature bases so feel free to run them if that is the style of argumentation you prefer.

Two, I have a larger threshold for the K because I expect you to explain the link story and the alternative with warrants so don't assume that just because I know the theory means you don't have to put in the work for the ballot. Links should be contextualized to the aff - please don't restate your tags and author, but pull lines from 1ac/2ac. I would also warn against just running a K because you think I'm only a K debater. Again, DO YOU BOO! If your heart is in the K, go for it! If its not, don't force yourself.

I love performative links not personal attacks so if you are unsure what that line is, talk to your coaches or email me before you dive in. With performative links, just make sure to give a warranted analysis as to why I should vote on it and what the impact is.

K aff's:

Love them! I do prefer K aff's to be in the direction of the topic or make some attempt to include a discussion of the resolution, but if you are not, then at least give me a warranted explanation as to why you have chosen that route. For those that are in the topic of the resolution, have a clear impact and solvency story. Many times, debaters will get so caught up in the negative arguments that they lose sight of what is important...their aff! So make sure to keep a story line going throughout the entirety of the debate.

When you get into FMWk/T debates, be sure to extend and explain your counter-interpretation. What is your model and why is it good? That plus impact turns = a pretty easy ballot from me.

FMWK/T:

It's a strategy that is read against K aff's, it's a strategy I have won against, a strategy I have lost to, a strategy I have voted on and against. My personal outlook - debate is a game but it has real impacts that can help or harm certain individuals. While it is a competitive strategy, I do not think it is an excuse to not engage the affirmative because most of the time, your lack of engagement is what the aff will use to link turn the performance of reading fmwk (hint hint to K debaters reading this).

PSA - fairness is not an impact... at best, its an internal link to education. That being said, unless the aff has no justification for their aff, then you will have a 2% of getting my ballot by reading fairness. I find it most compelling when you prove in round abuse so be on the lookout and don't miss opportunities if you really down for that fairness life. I like the impact of education a lot more because it has better spill over claims. I also don't think you need a role of the ballot because I think fmwk is a counter RoB, but you should probably indicate that. Don't be shifty with your interp, but I believe a capable 2N will be able to accurately counter the 2AC shift and reframe the debate through the same interp in the 1nc. Please have a TVA! No, it does not need to solve the entirety of the aff because that is neg ground, but it should be able to solve the main impacts they go for. Lastly, defend your model of debate and explain why it would be better for the debate community writ large. If you are only focusing on the one round, then explain why that is better.

CPs:

I don't have a preference meaning I am open to all types of CPs. What I do ask is that you have a net benefit and explain how your CP solves the aff. It's also nice if your CP is competitive...

DAs:

I'm down for some good old throw downs on the DA flow, but make sure you have a clear and warranted link story and awesome impact calc for ya girl.

Theory:

I think theory is procedural just make sure you explain very clearly and slowly what the violation is and why that matters...if you are going to go for theory, I expect the 2n or 2a to spend a good amount of time on it which means not just 30 sec or 1 min.

Policy Affs vs K:

Engage the K! Too many times policy teams just write over the K with their fmwk thinking that is the only work they have to do but it's just like debating a DA or CP. Do the link work and the more specific answers you have to the alt, the better position you are in. Don't just say Perm DB or Perm aff then alt, but really explain what that means and looks like in the world of the aff. I think you do need fmwk to get to weigh your aff but that is all the fmwk will get you which means don't forget to extend your aff and the impact story. A really good way to engage the K is to prove how the plan not only outweighs but resolves the specific impacts.

CX:

I think cross-ex is a really good place to assert your arguments and point out key flaws in the other team's arguments. This means you should take advantage of the time to really prove to me why the entire speech they just gave don't matter. While I think cross-ex is binding, you still have to bring it into a speech to explain why that moment was so important and the impact of it.

Full Judging Record
Tournament Lv Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
CEDA Nationals at George Mason University C 2022-04-08 O-Pers Double Wake Forest BT Houston KL Aff Aff 3-0
CEDA Nationals at George Mason University C 2022-04-08 O-Pers R7 Wichita State PH Wake Forest TP Neg
CEDA Nationals at George Mason University C 2022-04-08 O-Pers R3 Macalester/Oakton Community KT Western Washington HK - Online Neg
76th National Debate Tournament C 2022-03-31 Open R8 Michigan HM Rutgers-Newark OS Aff Aff 3-0
76th National Debate Tournament C 2022-03-31 Open R5 Iowa CN - ONLINE Kansas PS Aff Aff 2-1
76th National Debate Tournament C 2022-03-31 Open R3 Kansas RS Pittsburgh RS Aff Aff 2-1
76th National Debate Tournament C 2022-03-31 Open R2 Wake Forest BR Texas HN Aff Aff 3-0
76th National Debate Tournament C 2022-03-31 Open R1 Tufts RS Kansas State ST Neg Aff 2-1
ADA Nationals C 2022-03-05 Open Octo Georgetown WL Minnesota AK Aff Aff 2-1
ADA Nationals C 2022-03-05 Nov R2 Houston RK Nick Amore Aff
Texas Open C 2022-02-05 OP Octos Wake Forest Bathily & Trotman Kansas Scott & McMahon Neg Neg 2-1
Texas Open C 2022-02-05 OP R6 Pittsburgh Adams & Manjila Harvard Dean & Gines Aff
Texas Open C 2022-02-05 OP R5 Kansas State Turner & Spond Wayne State Howard & Reynolds Aff
Texas Open C 2022-02-05 OP R3 Minnesota Anderson McElligott & Kivimaki Emory Pierce & Wallen Aff
Texas Open C 2022-02-05 NOV R1 Houston Tafish & Corpus Hernandez Southern Nazarene Castellanos & McFerren Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA C 2022-01-15 OOn OCTAS Nebraska-Lincoln QW Michigan HM Neg Neg 3-0
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA C 2022-01-15 NovOn R5 Minnesota GH United States Military BC Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA C 2022-01-15 OOn R1 Wake Forest BS Nebraska-Lincoln QW Neg
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest C 2021-11-12 SHIR Octos Southern California AK Wake Forest BT Neg Aff 3-2
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest C 2021-11-12 SHIR Double Southern California AK Neg Neg 5-0
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest C 2021-11-12 SHIR RD 3 Wake Forest DT Iowa CN Aff
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest C 2021-11-12 SHIR RD 1 Harvard BH Wake Forest CM Aff
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2021-11-05 Novice R6 United States Military DS James Madison CR Aff
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2021-11-05 Open R5 Binghamton TP - ONLINE Rutgers-Newark SO - ONLINE Aff
UMW Debate Tournament C 2021-10-15 JV Finals Emporia State KR Michigan GT Aff Aff 3-0
UMW Debate Tournament C 2021-10-15 Nov R6 Houston LH UT San Antonio IR Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2021-10-15 Nov R5 Houston IK West Virginia PS Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2021-10-15 Nov R4 Houston TM West Virginia YL Aff
UMW Debate Tournament C 2021-10-15 Open R1 Tufts RS Central Oklahoma HW Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky C 2021-10-02 Open R4 Miguel Molina Chavez Kansas State ST Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky C 2021-10-02 Open R3 Southern California RC Georgetown AG Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky C 2021-10-02 Open R2 Kansas LW West Georgia CF Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky C 2021-10-02 Open R1 Wake Forest KT Kansas RO Neg
Binghamton 4th Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2021-09-24 Open Semis Kansas SB Bingha CP Aff Aff 3-0
Binghamton 4th Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2021-09-24 Novi N6 James Madison MM Binghamton KP Aff
Binghamton 4th Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2021-09-24 Open O4 Bingha CP Kansas SB Aff
Binghamton 4th Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2021-09-24 Novi N3 Purdue KH Binghamton LD Aff
Binghamton 4th Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2021-09-24 Novi N2 Binghamton BS James Madison OP Neg
Binghamton 4th Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2021-09-24 JV R1 Texas Tech PC Cal State Fullerton WG Neg
Northwestern University Season Opener C 2021-09-17 Open Triple Harvard OY Wake Forest BP Neg Aff 2-1
Northwestern University Season Opener C 2021-09-17 JV R6 Wayne State KT Houston LL Neg
Northwestern University Season Opener C 2021-09-17 Open RD 5 Wake Forest BB Cal State Fullerton WC Aff
Northwestern University Season Opener C 2021-09-17 Open RD 4 Wake Forest DT Harvard AF Neg
Northwestern University Season Opener C 2021-09-17 Open RD 3 Pittsburgh AM Harvard AH Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2021-09-16 CX RR R5 Washburn Rural PW Joe Rhee Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2021-09-16 CX RR R4 Lowell ST Ram Gorthi Aff Aff 2-0
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2021-09-16 CX RR R3 Liberal Arts and Science BG Lawrence Free State RM Neg Neg 2-0
Greenhill Fall Classic HS 2021-09-16 CX RR R2 Minneapolis South NC Interlake CP Neg Neg 2-0
CEDA Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-04-09 Open Trips NYU HP Iowa CN Neg Neg 3-0
CEDA Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-04-09 Open R6 Iowa CN Harvard/Massachusetts, Amherst (Policy Debate) GM Neg
CEDA Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-04-09 Open R4 Baylor FH Wyoming/Gonzaga RM Neg
CEDA Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-04-09 Open R2 Michigan RV Kat Butler Aff
75th National Debate Tournament C 2021-03-25 Open R7 Northwestern LS Binghamton PP Neg Aff 2-1
75th National Debate Tournament C 2021-03-25 Open R5 Georgetown LM Louisville BD Neg Aff 2-1
75th National Debate Tournament C 2021-03-25 Open R3 NYU HP Harvard AF Neg Neg 3-0
75th National Debate Tournament C 2021-03-25 Open R2 Southern California KS Harvard OY Aff Aff 3-0
75th National Debate Tournament C 2021-03-25 Open R1 Western Washington AH Emporia State KS Neg Neg 3-0
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 JV R6 New School/Arizona State WS Weber State BT Neg
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 Nov R5 Cal State Fullerton WL New School CD Neg
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 JV R2 NYU SS Kat Butler Aff
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 Nov R1 Cal State Fullerton GM West Virginia NR Neg
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2021 HS 2021-02-25 CX-N Semi Mamaroneck VB Lexington TL Aff Neg 2-1
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2021 HS 2021-02-25 CX-V Run-of Ferris OK Berkeley Prep SS Aff Aff 2-1
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2021 HS 2021-02-25 CX-V R6 Bronx Science CE Shark RW Neg
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2021 HS 2021-02-25 CX-V R5 ADL TY Bronx Science FV Neg
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2021 HS 2021-02-25 CX-V R4 Stuyvesant QH Minneapolis South GK Aff
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2021 HS 2021-02-25 CX-V R3 Bronx Science CM Archbishop Mitty DR Aff
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2021 HS 2021-02-25 CX-V R2 ADL WL Bronx Science DS Neg
Lakeland Westchester Classic 2021 HS 2021-02-25 CX-V R1 Oakland Tech CM Viplove Rahate Neg
NDT District VII Qualifier C 2021-02-19 D7 R7 Georgetown AG Pittsburgh AS Aff
NDT District VII Qualifier C 2021-02-19 D7 R5 Pittsburgh LR Georgetown MW Neg
University of Minnesota College Invitational C 2021-01-29 Open Octas Kansas SP Central Oklahoma CH Aff Aff 3-0
University of Minnesota College Invitational C 2021-01-29 JV R6 Kansas State WS Arizona State SW Aff
University of Minnesota College Invitational C 2021-01-29 Open R4 Purdue SJ Emporia State KS Aff
University of Minnesota College Invitational C 2021-01-29 Nov R3 Houston LV Wayne State KT Aff
University of Minnesota College Invitational C 2021-01-29 Open R1 Wyoming KP Indiana OH Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA C 2021-01-16 jv R6 New School KK UT San Antonio MM Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA C 2021-01-16 Open R3 Gonzaga HM Georgetown LM Neg
WACFL Speech 3 Policy 3 HS 2020-12-12 PD-N R3 Oakton NC Yorktown DF Aff
WACFL Speech 3 Policy 3 HS 2020-12-12 PD-V V-2 John Handley MP Thomas Jefferson TB Aff
WACFL LD 3 PF 3 Congress 3 HS 2020-12-05 LD-N R4 Independence PF Woodrow Wilson MG Aff
WACFL LD 3 PF 3 Congress 3 HS 2020-12-05 LD-N R3 Oakton CS Lake Braddock AC Aff
WACFL LD 3 PF 3 Congress 3 HS 2020-12-05 LD-V R2 Walt Whitman JL Lake Braddock SBa Aff
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest C 2020-11-13 SHIR Octos Harvard Aoki & Farronay Wake Forest Bittner & Davidson Neg Aff 3-2
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest C 2020-11-13 SHIR Double Southern California Kuffour & Sun Kansas Butler & Fitzpatrick Aff Aff 4-1
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest C 2020-11-13 SHIR RD 6 Baylor Nguyen & Wyatt Cornell Cai & Wade Neg
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest C 2020-11-13 SHIR RD 4 Iowa Cavanaugh & Pieropan NYU Sherman & Toth Neg
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest C 2020-11-13 SHIR RD 3 Emporia State Kuiper & Sims Western Washington Allen & Barclay Aff
Gonzaga University The Jesuit C 2020-10-30 JV RD 6 Houston LV Western Washington HW Neg
Gonzaga University The Jesuit C 2020-10-30 Open RD 4 Binghamton MA Kentucky KM Neg
Gonzaga University The Jesuit C 2020-10-30 JV RD 2 Weber State TB Houston/Binghamton KS Neg
The Ziggy Wayne State George Ziegelmueller Invitational C 2020-10-23 Open R6 Kansas LM Wake Forest PW Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky C 2020-10-03 Open R4 Rutgers-Newark AH Kansas BF Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky C 2020-10-03 Open R1 Harvard/UMass GM Georgetown AmGa Neg
3rd Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2020-09-25 Open Finals WakFor KT Baylor MT Neg Neg 2-1
3rd Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2020-09-25 Open O6 Bingha PP Housto KF Neg
3rd Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2020-09-25 Novi N4 Nick Amore Binghamton GW Neg
3rd Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2020-09-25 Open O4 Bingha AM WakFor PW Neg
3rd Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2020-09-25 Novi N1 Binghamton UR Houston LD Aff
Season Opener at Northwestern University C 2020-09-18 Open Quarte Rutgers-Newark HA Southern California KS Aff Aff 2-1
Season Opener at Northwestern University C 2020-09-18 Open Octos Kansas BF Rutgers-Newark HA Aff Neg 2-1
Season Opener at Northwestern University C 2020-09-18 Open Triple West Georgia DS NYU ST Aff Aff 2-1
Season Opener at Northwestern University C 2020-09-18 Open R6 Kentucky KM Central Oklahoma RW Aff
Season Opener at Northwestern University C 2020-09-18 Nov R4 Wayne State KT Houston PL Aff
Season Opener at Northwestern University C 2020-09-18 JV R3 Fresno City AS NYU RS Neg
Season Opener at Northwestern University C 2020-09-18 Open R1 Wayne State RM Rutgers-Newark HA Neg
NDT District VII Qualifier C 2020-02-15 D7 R3 James Madison HS Pittsburgh RL Aff
Texas Open C 2020-02-01 OP R8 UT San Antonio HT Georgia State AC Aff
Texas Open C 2020-02-01 JV R4 Houston WP Missouri State PS Neg
Texas Open C 2020-02-01 JV R2 Kansas State DS Houston BT Aff
Texas Open C 2020-02-01 OP R1 Kansas State CT Kentucky KL Neg
Liberty University C 2020-01-24 Open Semis United States Military KT Pittsburgh LR Neg Neg 2-1
Liberty University C 2020-01-24 Open Quarte James Madison HS United States Military KT Neg Neg 3-0
Liberty University C 2020-01-24 Open R6 James Madison OR United States Military SD Neg
Liberty University C 2020-01-24 Novice R5 James Madison LS United States Military GS Neg
Liberty University C 2020-01-24 Open R1 James Madison HS UT San Antonio AM Aff
Marie Hochmuth Round Robin at the University of Pittsburgh C 2020-01-18 Open Finals Kansas NM Wake Forest EF Neg Neg 3-0
Marie Hochmuth Round Robin at the University of Pittsburgh C 2020-01-18 Open R5 Pittsburgh KF Georgetown PB Aff
Marie Hochmuth Round Robin at the University of Pittsburgh C 2020-01-18 Open R4 Wake Forest EF Texas MM Aff
Georgetown College Tournament C 2020-01-03 Open 8 NYU ZZ Harvard CT Aff
Georgetown College Tournament C 2020-01-03 Open 3 Pittsburgh KF Harvard BY Neg
Georgetown College Tournament C 2020-01-03 Open 2 Kansas MM UC Berkeley MO Aff
George Mason Debate Tournament College C 2019-11-08 Open R6 James Madison HS Wake Forest AJ Neg
George Mason Debate Tournament College C 2019-11-08 JV R4 Boston College CJ James Madison WR Aff
George Mason Debate Tournament College C 2019-11-08 Open R2 Georgetown CR James Madison BK Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2019-10-11 Open R2 James Madison HS Florida SK Neg
Binghamton 2nd Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2019-09-20 Novi OCTS Monmouth RG United States Military BF Neg Neg 3-0
Binghamton 2nd Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2019-09-20 Novi N6 NYU BL Binghamton PJ Aff
Binghamton 2nd Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2019-09-20 Open O5 Rutger LK UniSta KT Aff
Binghamton 2nd Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2019-09-20 Open O4 Bingha AM Rutger HA Neg
Binghamton 2nd Annual Phyllis Schatz Invitational C 2019-09-20 Novi N3 Binghamton PO United States Military FT Aff
Tournament of Champions HS 2019-04-27 PFG R7 Mira Loma SG Mission San Jose MK Pro
Tournament of Champions HS 2019-04-27 PFS R6 Mount Si JJ Highland NS Con
Tournament of Champions HS 2019-04-27 PFS R6 Richard Montgomery GL Strake Jesuit DC Con
Tournament of Champions HS 2019-04-27 PFG R5 Fairmont Prep GB Lake Mary Prep HM Con
Tournament of Champions HS 2019-04-27 PFG R5 Marist SV Hawken GE Pro
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2019-03-02 Nov Semis United States Military KT George Mason BM Neg Aff 2-1
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2019-03-02 Nov Quarte United States Military KT George Mason GS Aff Aff 3-0
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2019-03-02 Nov R1 George Mason SK Rochester CB Aff
WACFL Speech 3 LD3 Congress 3 HS 2018-12-15 LD-N N-4 Woodgrove JAl Lake Braddock PB Neg
WACFL Speech 3 LD3 Congress 3 HS 2018-12-15 LD-N N-4 Oakton SS Thomas Jefferson HSST SS Aff
WACFL Speech 3 LD3 Congress 3 HS 2018-12-15 LD-N N-3 Westfield SJ Fairfax WS Aff
WACFL Speech 3 LD3 Congress 3 HS 2018-12-15 LD-N N-3 Thomas Jefferson HSST SB Oakton EY Aff
WACFL Speech 3 LD3 Congress 3 HS 2018-12-15 LD-N N-2 Oakton TS Rock Ridge TV Aff
WACFL Speech 3 LD3 Congress 3 HS 2018-12-15 LD-N N-2 Lake Braddock Secondary HK Woodgrove KW Aff
WACFL Speech 3 LD3 Congress 3 HS 2018-12-15 LD-N N-1 W.T. Woodson IE Rock Ridge ST Aff
WACFL Speech 3 LD3 Congress 3 HS 2018-12-15 LD-N N-1 Oakton DG Lake Braddock Secondary SK Aff
WACFL PF3 Policy 3 HS 2018-12-08 PF-JV R3 Rock Ridge GK Charles J. Colgan LA Con
WACFL PF3 Policy 3 HS 2018-12-08 PF-JV R3 Washington-Lee DB Nysmith JJ Con
WACFL PF3 Policy 3 HS 2018-12-08 PF-JV R1 St Albans HA Rock Ridge AV Pro
WACFL PF3 Policy 3 HS 2018-12-08 PF-JV R1 Westfield RM Sidwell Friends SL Pro
WACFL LD 1 Policy 1 HS 2018-10-20 PD-V PDV-4 Chantilly MC Jefferson BY Neg
WACFL LD 1 Policy 1 HS 2018-10-20 PD-V PDV-3 Chantilly TM Stone Bridge ZK Aff
WACFL LD 1 Policy 1 HS 2018-10-20 PD-JN PDJN2 Jefferson RS Chantilly MA Neg
WACFL Congress 1 Public Forum 1 HS 2018-10-13 PF-JV Round Rock Ridge CY Sidwell Friends LS Con
WACFL Congress 1 Public Forum 1 HS 2018-10-13 PF-JV Round Georgetown Prep SZ BASIS Ind McLean GX Pro
WACFL Congress 1 Public Forum 1 HS 2018-10-13 PF-JV Round Georgetown Prep CJ Battlefield GS Pro
WACFL Congress 1 Public Forum 1 HS 2018-10-13 PF-JV Round School W/O Walls KJ George Mason AL Pro
WACFL Congress 1 Public Forum 1 HS 2018-10-13 PF-JV Round Thomas Jefferson PB Rock Ridge MP Con
WACFL Congress 1 Public Forum 1 HS 2018-10-13 PF-JV Round Freedom DM Rock Ridge BK Con
WACFL Congress 1 Public Forum 1 HS 2018-10-13 PF-JV Round West Potomac BH School W/O Walls CB Con
WACFL Congress 1 Public Forum 1 HS 2018-10-13 PF-JV Round Thomas Jefferson LS James Madison LR Pro
NCFL Grand Nationals HS 2018-05-26 PF R5 4106 4059 Con Con 3-0
NCFL Grand Nationals HS 2018-05-26 PF R5 4071 4234 Pro Pro 2-1
NCFL Grand Nationals HS 2018-05-26 PF R4 4202 4142 Con Pro 2-1
NCFL Grand Nationals HS 2018-05-26 PF R4 4211 4063 Pro Pro 3-0
NCFL Grand Nationals HS 2018-05-26 PF R3 4034 4007 Pro Con 2-1
NCFL Grand Nationals HS 2018-05-26 PF R3 4051 4124 Pro Pro 3-0
NCFL Grand Nationals HS 2018-05-26 PF R1 4143 4208 Pro Pro 3-0
NCFL Grand Nationals HS 2018-05-26 PF R1 4223 4151 Con Con 3-0
Tournament of Champions HS 2018-04-28 LD R2 Torrey Pines FK Sprague LW Aff
Cavalier Clash HS 2017-02-24 R5 Charlottesville SS Loudoun Valley KA Aff
Cavalier Clash HS 2017-02-24 R5 Oakton KS Woodgrove AC Neg
Cavalier Clash HS 2017-02-24 R2 Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart CG Charlottesville CM Aff
Cavalier Clash HS 2017-02-24 R2 Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart AS Woodgrove RP Neg