Nick Lepp Paradigm

Last changed 7/9 8:15P EDT

I am currently a graduate assistant/assistant coach at the University of Georgia. This is my 12th year in policy debate.

I use he/him pronouns.

Last updated: 4/30/2020

Please put me on the email chain & make me an ev doc at the end of the debate. NJL1994@gmail.com.

Judging at the eTOC: Please slow down a little bit and emphasize clarity more than normal. In the practice debates I've judged, I've missed a few slight nuances because of weird feedback from your speakers and mine. I'll yell clear at you if I cannot understand you (which I am unlikely to do in-person) because I know this isn't really your fault. But please keep this in mind and try your best to speak more clearly than you normally do.

Top level things:

I think about debate in terms of risk (does the risk of the advantage being true outweigh the risk of the disad being true?). I am willing to vote on presumption, particularly when people say really ridiculous stuff.

I like nuance and for you to sound smart. If you sound like you've done research and you know what's going on, I'm likely to give you great points. Having nuances and explaining your distinctions is the easiest way to get my ballot.

I really feel like judge direction is a lost art. If you win the argument that you're advancing, why should it matter? What does this mean for the debate? What does it mean for your arguments or the other team's arguments? This is the number one easiest way to win my (and really anyone's) ballot in a debate. Direct your judges to think a certain way, because if you don't, your judges are likely to go rogue and decide things that make sense to them but not to you. So impact your arguments and tell me what to do with them. I think it's way more valuable to do that than include one more tiny argument.

How I decide debates:

First: who solves what?-- does the aff solve its impacts, and (assuming it's in the 2NR) does the negative's competitive advocacy solve its own impacts and/or the aff? In framework debates, this means the first questions I resolve are "does the aff solve itself?" and "does the TVA solve the aff sufficiently?"

Second: Who’s impact is bigger? This is the most important question in the debate. Do impact calculus.

Third: Whatever you have told me matters. Because I have started with solvency & impact calculus questions, everything else is always filtered along those lines (including framework/role of the ballot/role of the judge args).

Other misc things:

1. A dropped argument is a true argument but it needs to be a complete argument to begin with or I will likely allow people new answers. For example, this epidemic with high schoolers reading aspec on the bottom of T flows to hide it: if it’s so quick I didn’t catch it in the 1NC, the 1AR gets all the new args they want.

2. I am very flowcentric. Do not ask me to not flow, because I won't listen to you. Please do line-by-line. If you don't, I'll be frustrated and less likely to buy new extrapolations of arguments. Your speaker points will definitely drop if you don't do line-by-line. I'm not a huge fan of overviews at all. I am unlikely to yell clear at you if I cannot understand you.

3. Debate Decorum: I expect some civility and politeness between you and your opponent. This is an academic activity and a community where we clash of a variety of diverse ideas. If you forget this, it's likely to show in your speaker points. If things get particularly egregious (shouting racial slurs at your opponent, physically harming or intimidating your opponents, etc) I will intervene and you will lose. That being said, show me that you care. Show me that you know things, that you've done research on this topic, that you want to win, and that debate matters to you. I love this activity and if you also love it I want to know that.

"The existence of speech time limits, the assumption that you will not interrupt an opponent's speech intentionally, and the fact that I (and not you) will be signing a ballot that decides a winner and loser is non-negotiable." (taken verbatim from Shree Awsare).

I am incredibly uncomfortable adjudicating things that did not occur in the debate I am watching. Please do not ask me to judge based on something that didn’t happen in the round. I am likely to ignore you.

4. Judge kicking makes sense to me but I frequently forget about it, so if you want me to judge kick something you should tell me so in the block/2NR.

5. Teams should get to insert rehighlightings of the other team's cards, but obviously should have to read cards if they're new/haven't been introduced into the debate yet. Two offshoots of this-- 1. You should insert rehighlightings of other team's cards if they suck 2. You should read cards that don't suck.

6. Please highlight your ev so it reads as complete sentences. This does not mean that I need you to highlight complete sentences-- but if you are brick highlighting, I want to be able to read highlighted portions of your ev as complete sentences—it flows better to me. IE don't skip the letter "a" or the words "in" or "the". Just a random pet peeve.

7. Card Reading: I tend to not do a lot of it after debates unless things are highly technical or I think the debaters aren’t explaining things well. That being said, I’ll likely read at least some cards. Please put together a card doc for me.

8. Debaters parroting their partners: I usually just flow what the partner said. That, obviously, only exists within reason (you don’t get to give a third speech in a debate obvi, but you can interrupt your partner to say something and I will flow it).

9. New 2AR args are bad for debate. I consciously hold the line against them as much as I can. I as a 2N feel as if I got a few decisions where a judge voted aff on an arg that didn't exist until the 2AR and it's the most frustrating. You can expect me to try to trace lines between args in earlier & later speeches. However, if I think the argument they're making is the true argument or a logical extrapolation of something said in the 1AR, I'm more likely to buy it. 2As-- this means if you're gonna do some 2A magic and cheat, you should trick me into thinking that you're not cheating.

Some specifics:

Disads: I’m better for the smart DAs than the silly ones, but I understand the value of bad DAs and will vote for them. I will likely reward you with higher speaker points if I think I understand your story really well and/or you have some cool/unique spin on it. I am fine with logical take outs to DAs that don’t require cards (especially if there’s some logic missing internally in the DA). Don’t just read new cards in the block or 1AR, explain your args.

Theory, CPs, and K Alternatives: I put these pieces together because a lot of my thoughts on these three args blend together.

Competition is determined off the plantext, not off cross-x. PICs & PIKs are only competitive if they PIC/PIK out of something in the plantext. I do not believe that you get to PIC/PIK out of a justification or non-plantext based word. The only way I will ever be convinced otherwise is if the aff allows you to do so.

Condo: It’s good. I can be persuaded otherwise, but all things equal I’m very neg leaning here. “They should get one less CP” is an arbitrary interp and makes no sense. "Performative Contradictions" is a term of art that has been bastardized to no end by debate. You're either saying the neg has double turned themselves or you're saying conditionality is bad; in my mind, perf con is not even worthy of being written on my flow.

Particular Theory: I’m way better for this than most judges. States theory, international fiat, consult/condition, vague alts, utopian alts, etc—I have gone for all of these and actively coach my debaters to do the same. My predisposition is to reject the arg not the team, but I can be persuaded to reject the team on non-condo theory args (you should introduce the arg as reject the team in the 2AC if you want this to be an option).

Theory can be a reason you get to make a cheating perm.

Counterplans/alternatives that use aff evidence as solvency advocates are awesome.

If the CP/alt links less I think it makes sense that I prefer it, but make that arg yourself because I won’t make it for you.


Case: "Where have all my heroes gone?"-- Justin Green

I love love love case debate. You should make logical extrapolations that take out the internal link chains and make me question how the advantage makes sense. The block should read more cards but feel free to make logical case take outs without cards. I don't think you should have to go for impact defense to beat advantages-- uniqueness and internal link take outs are almost always the easier place to attack advantages. I tend to prefer a well-developed take out to the death by a thousand cuts strategy.

Affs-- 2NR that don't do well-developed case debate are generally overwhelmed by your "try or die"/"case outweighs"/"1% chance of solvency" args.

Topicality: It's only ever a voter and not a reverse voter. I oftentimes feel like teams get away with bloody murder teams should just go for T against. That being said, I’m not great for silly/arbitrary T interps. That being said, I am a sucker for plantext in a vacuum and will vote aff on terminal defense.

Kritiks: I like Ks that care about people and things. I'm optimistic to a fault. I certainly believe that things are still terrible for billions of beings, but it's hard to convince me that everything in the world is so absolutely screwed.

Your long overview is actively bad for debate and you will not change my mind.

Make your K interact with the affirmative. I want your links to primarily be about the result of the aff as opposed to just the reading of the aff. Thus, for example, fiat bad links are pretty easily beaten in front of me, but reasons why x policy should not occur are much more persuasive.Don't just explain your theory of how power works, explain how the aff is bad according to your theory of power.

I have a masters degree in communication studies and am a PhD student. I primarily study queer theory (generally falling in the queer optimism/utopianism camp), theories of biopower, neoliberalism & capitalism (not the same thing), and humanism. Judith Butler and Michel Foucault are my favorite theorists. Grad school has taught me that theory is way more complex than I used to think it was. What this means for you: I have read some K literature, although I tend to read it academically rather than for debate nowadays. I am much better now for relatively complex theory arguments than I used to be but will get annoyed if I know that you’re deploying the theory wrong. I'm still not good for things like "death good," "meaning doesn't mean anything," or "language is meaningless" because I don't think those are questions even worth asking. I have not read a lot of literature about antiblackness academically, but I have read some of it from a debate standpoint. I am still unwilling to fill in those blanks for you if you are lacking them (ex-- just saying the words "yes antiblackness ontological, natal alienation proves" is almost not an argument in my mind).

I consistently find myself entirely ignoring the framework debate when judging a plan-based aff versus a K. I fundamentally believe I should weigh the aff & the neg should get access to a K. I will reinterpret your args as just “weigh the aff against the K.” For example-- if you say something like "the aff has to prove that their presentation of the 1AC is ethical", I think the way they do that is by me weighing the implications of the 1AC versus the implications of your criticism. Thus, when evaluating the debate through this framework, I will evaluate the merits of the 1AC versus the K (in other words, if you prove that the implementation of the 1AC is unethical then I vote for you, if you don't prove that it's unethical than I vote aff). I also start from the question "what does the action of the aff solve versus what does the action of the neg solve?" regardless of any framework arguments, so I don't even evaluate framework args first (which should also tell you how unpersuasive this style of argument is for me). Teams should spend less time on framework in front of me and more time winning the substance of their arguments. This also means that hardline “you don’t get a K” and “don’t weigh the aff against the K” style interps are completely unpersuasive to me. This also means that the role of the ballot/judge is only ever to vote for whoever did the better debating. I will not deviate from this, so, again, don't waste your time even saying the words "the role of the ballot/judge is x" in front of me.

“Perms are a negative argument” and “method v method debate means no perms” are both not arguments. I will not write these words on my flow.

Ultimately, I evaluate K debates just like I evaluate policy debates—explain your args well and put the debate together and I’m happy to vote on it. Technical line by line still matters and dropped args are still true args. If you want to win the debate on some metaframing issue, flag it as such and apply it on the line by line. Just be a good debater and I’m on board.

2NRs on the K that include case debate (with some level of internal link/impact defense; not just your security K cards on case) are substantially more persuasive to me.

Framework debates: you should also read my section on Ks (right above this one) as well.

Framework is a strategy and it makes a lot of sense as a strategy. Just like every other strategy, you should try to tailor it to be as specific to the aff as you possibly can. For example, how does this particular aff make it impossible for you to debate? What does it mean for how debate looks writ-large? What's the valuable topic education we could have had from a topical discussion of this aff in particular? Same basic idea goes for when you’re answering generic aff args—the generic “state always bad” arg is pretty easily beaten by nuanced neg responses in front of me. The more specific you are, the more likely I am to vote for you on framework and the more likely I am to give you good speaks.

Stop reading big-ass overviews. They’re bad for debate. Your points will suffer. Do line by line. Be a good debater and stop being lazy. The amount of times I have written something like "do line by line" in this paradigm should really tell you something about how I think.

I do not find truth testing/"ignore the aff's args because they're not T" very persuasive. I think it's circular & requires judge intervention.

I do, however, think that fairness/limits/ground is an impact and that it is, oftentimes, the most important standard in a T debate.

T and/or framework is not genocide, nor is it ever rape, nor is it real literal violence against you or anyone else. I am unlikely to be persuaded by 2AR grandstanding ("omg I can't believe they'd ever say T against us") against 2NRs who go for T/framework. Just make arguments instead.

I’m a sucker for a good TVA. Teams seem to want to just laundry list potential TVAs and then say "idk, maybe these things let them discuss their theory". I believe that strategy is super easily beaten by a K team having some nuanced response. It makes way more sense to me if the TVA is set up almost like a CP-- it should solve a majority or all of the aff. If you set it up like that and then add the sufficiency framing/"flaws are neg ground" style args I'm WAY more likely to buy what you have to say (this goes along with the whole "I like nuance and specificity and you to sound like you're debating the merits of the aff" motif that I've had throughout my paradigm).

I oftentimes wonder how non-topical affs solve themselves. The negative should exploit this because I do feel comfortable voting neg on presumption in clash & K v K debates. However, I won’t ever intervene to vote on presumption. That’s an argument that the debaters need to make.

Non-topical affs should have nuance & do line by line as well. Answer the neg’s args, frame the debate, and tell me why your aff in particular could not have been topical. The same basic idea applies here as it does everywhere else: the more generic you are, the more likely I am to vote against you.

Cross-ex: I am becoming increasingly bored and frustrated with watching how this tends to go down. Unless I am judging a novice debate, questions like "did you read X card" or "where did you mark Y card" are officially counting as parts of cross-x. I tend to start the timer for cross-ex pretty quickly after speeches end (obviously take a sec to get water if you need to) so pay attention to that. I'm really not much of a stickler about many things in debate, but given that people have started to take 2+ minutes to ask where cards were marked/which cards were read, I feel more justified counting that as cross-x time.

I pay attention & listen to CX but I do not flow it. Have a presence in CX & make an impact. I am listening.

Speaker points-- I do my best to moderate these based on the tournament I'm at and what division I'm in. That being said, I won’t lie—I am not a point fairy (seriously why do teams need a 28.9 to clear these days?).


29.7-- Top speaker
29-29.5-- You really impressed me and I expect you to be deep in the tournament
28.9-- I think you deserve to clear
28.3-- Not terrible but not super impressive
27.5-- Yikes
I will award the lowest possible points for people who violate the basic human dignities that people should be afforded while debating (IE non-black people don't say the N word).

I've also been known to give 20s to people who don't make arguments.

If you have any other questions, feel free to ask me before the debate begins, or send me an email. I also do seriously invite conversation about the debate after it occurs-- post-rounds are oftentimes the most valuable instantiation of feedback, the best way to get better at debate, and important for improving intellectually. I know that post-rounds sometimes get heated, and I think we all get defensive sometimes when we're being pressed on things we've said (or think we've said) so I will likely consciously try to take deep breaths and relax if I feel myself getting angry during these times. This also means that I may take a second to respond to your questions because I am thinking. I also might take slightly awkward pauses between words-- that's not because I don't think your question is important, I'm just trying to choose my words carefully so I can correctly convey my thoughts. I only post this here because I don't want anyone to feel like they're being attacked or anything for asking questions, and I apologize in advance if anything I say sounds like that.

Full Judging Record

Tournament Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
The Eagle Scramble Online Oak Hall School 5/7/2020 Semifi OakHal QD OakHal AG Neg Neg on a 3-0
The Eagle Scramble Online Oak Hall School 5/7/2020 R4 Kanapa EV EasCha YZ Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/17/2020 CX R6 Iowa City West DS CK McClatchy FS Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/17/2020 CX R3 University Irvine LL Edgemont Junior-Senior SS Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/17/2020 CX R2 Green Valley SL Kent Denver LK Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/17/2020 CX R1 Rowland Hall DG Ferris OS Aff
ADA Nationals at UNLV 3/6/2020 Open Double UC Berkeley EE Kansas OE Aff Aff on a 3-0
ADA Nationals at UNLV 3/6/2020 Open R6 UC Berkeley EE CSU Long Beach CS Aff
ADA Nationals at UNLV 3/6/2020 Nov R5 Houston HG Liberty GJ Neg
ADA Nationals at UNLV 3/6/2020 Open R2 Minnesota FJ Kansas SP Aff
ADA Nationals at UNLV 3/6/2020 Nov R1 George Mason IS Houston RG Aff
University of Georgia HS Bulldog Debates 2/21/2020 OCX Quar Woodward GT Chattahoochee AM Neg Neg on a 2-1
University of Georgia HS Bulldog Debates 2/21/2020 OCX Octa Wayzata LY Woodward WC Aff Aff on a 2-1
University of Georgia HS Bulldog Debates 2/21/2020 OCX R5 Jesuit BM USN CK Neg
University of Georgia HS Bulldog Debates 2/21/2020 OCX R4 Jesuit JW Montgomery Bell KP Neg
University of Georgia HS Bulldog Debates 2/21/2020 OCX R3 Montgomery Bell BE Woodward MH Aff
D6 Qualifier CEDA SESEC Championship 2/14/2020 3Open Louisville BY Emory CM Aff
D6 Qualifier CEDA SESEC Championship 2/14/2020 2Open Miami HL Emory CP Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/24/2020 PEL SWS Georgetown Day PR Caddo Magnet KL Aff Aff on a 3-0
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/24/2020 PEL RBS Dallas Highland Park ML Georgetown Day PR Neg Neg on a 2-1
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/24/2020 PEL PFB Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart CG Caddo Magnet KL Neg Neg on a 3-0
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/24/2020 PEL ADW Jesuit HN North Broward Prep DF Neg Aff on a 2-1
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/24/2020 PEL R6 Niles West BB Newark Science SJ Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/24/2020 PEL R5 Montgomery Bell CM Glenbrook North KP Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/24/2020 PEL R4 Glenbrook North BM Bronx Science CM Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/24/2020 PEL R3 Glenbrook South RH Chaminade AH Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/24/2020 PEL R2 Baton Rouge GQ USN CK Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/24/2020 PEL R1 Casady HB North Broward Prep AR Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA 1/18/2020 Novic R8 George Mason PP Liberty GJ Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA 1/18/2020 Novic R7 Samford NR George Mason BB Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA 1/18/2020 Novic R6 George Mason GH Liberty SS Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA 1/18/2020 Novic R5 George Mason MP Mary Washington HM Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA 1/18/2020 Novic R3 Navy BS George Mason PV Neg
Georgetown College Tournament 1/3/2020 Open Double Emory CM Pittsburgh KF Aff Aff on a 3-0
Georgetown College Tournament 1/3/2020 Open 7 Pittsburgh OM Dartmouth ET Neg
Georgetown College Tournament 1/3/2020 Open 6 Emory GS UC Berkeley MO Aff
Georgetown College Tournament 1/3/2020 Open 5 Northwestern FL Trinity DK Neg
Georgetown College Tournament 1/3/2020 Open 4 Dartmouth AS Northwestern JW Neg
Georgetown College Tournament 1/3/2020 Open 3 UC Berkeley FG Baylor CT Aff
Georgetown College Tournament 1/3/2020 Open 2 Michigan PR Dartmouth MG Aff
Georgetown College Tournament 1/3/2020 Open 1 Minnesota GF George Mason BG Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX Semifi Whitney Young MM Homestead MW Aff Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX Quarte Iowa City CW Georgetown Day PR Aff Aff on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX Octafi Georgetown Day PR North Broward Prep GG Aff Aff on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX Double New Trier HM CK McClatchy FS Aff Aff on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R7 Peninsula LP Georgetown Day BS Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R6 Dowling Catholic HW Wayzata LY Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R5 SF Roosevelt MW Strath Haven RY Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R4 Stuyvesant CN Greenhill SF Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R3 Edina AB Glenbrook North KP Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R2 CK McClatchy BG Interlake QP Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R1 Casady AR Edgemont JM Aff
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest 11/23/2019 SHIR RD 8 Emory KN Mary Washington CH Aff
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest 11/23/2019 SHIR RD 7 Harvard BH Emory PC Aff
Harvard College Tournament 11/2/2019 Open Octafi Trinity DK UC Berkeley NR Aff Neg on a 2-1
Harvard College Tournament 11/2/2019 Open R8 Cal State Fullerton HR Kansas MM Neg
Harvard College Tournament 11/2/2019 Open R7 Texas MR Trinity GR Neg
Harvard College Tournament 11/2/2019 Open R6 Rochester AM Dartmouth KH Aff
Harvard College Tournament 11/2/2019 Open R5 UC Berkeley NR Emory GS Aff
Harvard College Tournament 11/2/2019 Open R4 Minnesota/Navy GR Northwestern RW Neg
Harvard College Tournament 11/2/2019 Open R3 Binghamton MeAh Northwestern JE Aff
Harvard College Tournament 11/2/2019 Open R2 Emory PZ George Mason BG Neg
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 OP Octos Northwestern JW Wake Forest DH Neg Aff on a 2-1
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 JV Quarte Emory PW Liberty WW Neg Neg on a 3-0
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 NOV Octo Liberty SV Houston NW Aff Aff on a 2-1
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 OP R6 Concordia BS Trinity MR Neg
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 NOV R4 Liberty JM George Mason BI Neg
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 OP R3 Wake Forest KM Texas WS Aff
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 OP R2 Wyoming LT Mary Washington CH Aff
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 NOV R1 George Mason RA Miami AB Aff
DDI Tournament 7/30/2019 POL Quarte AT Hall & Nagorzansky KM Carrier & Hagen Aff Aff on a 3-0
DDI Tournament 7/30/2019 POL Octas AT Feinstein & Griffin AT Deo & Farronay Aff Aff on a 3-0
DDI Tournament 7/30/2019 POL 8 AT Katyal & Levinson AT Hall & Nagorzansky Neg
DDI Tournament 7/30/2019 POL 7 KM Clancy & Atri KS Lundy & Johnson Neg
DDI Tournament 7/30/2019 POL 6 KS Rudd & Sun KS Lares & Rodriguez Aff
DDI Tournament 7/30/2019 POL 5 AT Wang & Laibe AT Antunes & Carrier Aff
DDI Tournament 7/30/2019 POL R3 KM Shrestha & Vazir KS Landon & Peter Neg
DDI Tournament 7/30/2019 POL R2 KM Abarca & Osborn AT Taylor & Landgraff Neg
DDI Tournament 7/30/2019 POL R1 KS Delong & Brockman KM Myers & Brody Neg
2019 Emory National Debate Institute Tournament 6/20/2019 Open R5 HKS Schelzig & Valencia HKS Saravanan & Qi Neg
2019 Emory National Debate Institute Tournament 6/20/2019 Open R4 HQ Yarlagadda & Jarwan BF Carson & Benson Neg
2019 Emory National Debate Institute Tournament 6/20/2019 Open R3 BF Weinburm & Nelson BW Shonka & Ubani Neg
2019 Emory National Debate Institute Tournament 6/20/2019 Open R2 BW Alvarado & Daichendt MW Melero & Uribe Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 CX Octas Greenhill EA North Star Academy CPHS BY Aff Aff on a 2-1
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 CX Runoff McQueen RR Montgomery Bell HR Neg Neg on a 3-0
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 CX R7 Westminster SB Glenbrook South KS Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 CX R6 McQueen RR Wayzata HR Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 CX R4 New Trier EK Edgemont SS Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 CX R2 Rowland Hall YG Nevada Union AN Aff
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Double Binghamton AY Georgia HH Neg Aff on a 3-2
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Iowa NO Samford EW Neg Aff on a 2-1
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Missouri - Kansas City DH Emory CM Neg Neg on a 3-0
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Kansas HM Oklahoma JS Aff Aff on a 3-0
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Harvard BG George Mason BT Aff Aff on a 3-0
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Binghamton AY Kansas FM Aff Aff on a 3-0
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Southern California KD Michigan JR Neg Neg on a 3-0
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Missouri - Kansas City MW Kentucky BT Neg Neg on a 3-0
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Wake Forest HV Michigan GW Neg Neg on a 3-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VCX Triple Coppell RD Archbishop Mitty PA Neg Neg on a 2-1
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VCX R6 Mount Carmel Independent NR Coppell RD Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VCX R5 George Washington RF Peninsula LL Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VCX R4 Polytechnic FC Jesuit CP HT Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VCX R3 Greenhill RH Northwood LL Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VCX R2 Kent Denver JL Head Royce NK Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VCX R1 Winston Churchill BM Minneapolis South SC Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/2/2019 VCX Semis Greenhill EA Rowland Hall YG Aff Neg on a 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/2/2019 VCX Quarte Rowland Hall YG SLC West NB Aff Aff on a 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/2/2019 VCX Octos McQueen CL Greenhill EA Neg Neg on a 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/2/2019 VCX Double Montgomery Bell MF Nevada Union AN Aff Neg on a 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/2/2019 VCX R6 Polytechnic DN Chaminade CP HK Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/2/2019 VCX R5 SLC West BK Polytechnic FC Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/2/2019 VCX R4 Davis Senior MK Rowland Hall YG Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/2/2019 VCX R3 Damien BG Nevada Union AN Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/2/2019 VCX R2 Chaminade CP AB Isidore Newman HN Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/2/2019 VCX R1 CK McClatchy FS Montgomery Bell MF Aff
Winter at the Beach 1/25/2019 JCX R6 Southern California Briseno & Flores Fullerton Kazarian & Solis Aff
Winter at the Beach 1/25/2019 JCX R2 CSU Long Beach Nehme & Vazquez Fresno State Aceves & Zoldoske Neg
The 2019 Kathryn Klassic at Cal State Fullerton 1/7/2019 OPEN Quarte Kansas HM UC Berkeley NR Aff Aff on a 2-1
The 2019 Kathryn Klassic at Cal State Fullerton 1/7/2019 OPEN R5 Southern California DK Binghamton MD Aff
The 2019 Kathryn Klassic at Cal State Fullerton 1/7/2019 JV R4 CSU - Northridge AZ Southwestern JN Aff
The 2019 Kathryn Klassic at Cal State Fullerton 1/7/2019 OPEN R3 Iowa GL Southern California KW Neg
The 2019 Kathryn Klassic at Cal State Fullerton 1/7/2019 OPEN R2 Kansas HM NYU BS Aff
The 2019 Kathryn Klassic at Cal State Fullerton 1/7/2019 NOV R1 Fullerton BB CSU - Northridge PR Aff
2019 USC Alan Nichols Tournament 1/3/2019 Var R8 Wake Forest HV Southern California KR Aff
2019 USC Alan Nichols Tournament 1/3/2019 Var R7 Cal State Fullerton BR NYU DL Neg
2019 USC Alan Nichols Tournament 1/3/2019 JV R6 CSU - Northridge AZ Binghamton DM Neg
2019 USC Alan Nichols Tournament 1/3/2019 Var R4 Binghamton BP UC Berkeley SW Neg
2019 USC Alan Nichols Tournament 1/3/2019 Var R2 Liberty DE Rochester BA Aff
2019 USC Alan Nichols Tournament 1/3/2019 Var R1 Iowa GL Southern California DK Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/14/2018 CX Octafi Wayzata HR North Broward Prep MR Neg Neg on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/14/2018 CX Double Wayzata HR North Broward Prep DF Aff Aff on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/14/2018 CX R5 North Broward Prep MR Strath Haven LZ Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VCX Sextos Northside College Prep OP Archbishop Mitty PA Aff Aff on a 3-0
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VCX R7 Northside College Prep OP North Broward Prep AB Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VCX R5 North Broward Prep MR Washburn Rural KP Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VCX R4 Oakwood School - North Hollywood JS Minneapolis Washburn BJ Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VCX R2 New Trier AK Walter Payton CP KV Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VCX R1 Meadows HY Niles North SS Aff
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open DBLS Rutgers-Newark AH UC Berkeley FG Neg Neg on a 3-0
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open RD 8 Harvard RS UC Berkeley MO Neg
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open RD 7 Iowa GL Harvard CM Neg
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open RD 6 Binghamton BP Georgia HH Neg
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open RD 5 Mary Washington CL George Mason BH Aff
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open RD 3 Binghamton AY Michigan JR Aff
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open RD 2 Binghamton BM Michigan PP Neg
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open RD 1 Cal State Fullerton BR Wichita State WL Neg
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament 10/20/2018 Open SF Binghamton YA UC Berkeley RN Aff Neg on a 2-1
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament 10/20/2018 Open OF UC Berkeley SW Florida SS Aff Aff on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament 10/20/2018 Nov SF Houston KD Miami HH Neg Neg on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament 10/20/2018 Open R7 UC Berkeley SW Southern California KK Aff
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament 10/20/2018 Open R6 Cal State Fullerton BR Gonzaga BM Neg
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament 10/20/2018 JV R5 CSU - Northridge PS Wyoming HP Neg
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament 10/20/2018 Nov R4 Houston BM Fresno State AZ Neg
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament 10/20/2018 Open R3 Wyoming LT Binghamton YA Neg
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament 10/20/2018 Open R2 Cal State Fullerton SW Southern California WM Neg
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament 10/20/2018 JV R1 Houston AN Fresno State ML Neg
6th Mukai College Classic 9/28/2018 O R7 Florid MK Texas CL Neg
6th Mukai College Classic 9/28/2018 O R6 Wyomin LT Texas AC Aff
6th Mukai College Classic 9/28/2018 O R3 CSUF WS UMKC HM Neg
6th Mukai College Classic 9/28/2018 O R1 Libert MS WakeF HV Neg
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R8 Northwestern FL Iowa GL Neg
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 JV Qtrs UT San Antonio FM Wyoming BP Neg Aff on a 2-1
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R6 Florida CK Michigan SZ Neg
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R5 Northwestern GY Wake Forest MT Aff
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 JV R4 Central Florida FJ Navy MS Aff
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R3 Oklahoma JS Harvard CM Neg
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R2 Navy GL Harvard LZ Neg
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R1 Minnesota FJ Baylor CZ Neg
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK 9/7/2018 VPD Octas Chattahoochee AP Georgetown Day BF Aff Neg on a 2-1
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK 9/7/2018 VPD Double Peninsula AL Thomas Jefferson HSST KV Neg Neg on a 3-0
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK 9/7/2018 VPD R3 Westminster MS Alpharetta HS JS Neg
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK 9/7/2018 VPD R2 Westminster DA Cambridge HS HM Aff
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK 9/7/2018 VPD R1 Westminster VK Head Royce NK Aff
Emory National Debate Institute Tournament 6/21/2018 Open R6 Why Male Models? Tate Keuler & Anne Griffin Why Male Models? Maki Solomon & Callie Walker Aff
Emory National Debate Institute Tournament 6/21/2018 Open R5 Braz-Gemony Math-wells Ava Smith & Masadericka Ammpofo Alpha-Dawgs Brandon Latcha & Alejandro Meneses-Fish Neg
Emory National Debate Institute Tournament 6/21/2018 Open R3 Why Male Models? Grace Bernstein & Anna Dean Why Male Models? Laura Harris & Isaac Chomsky Neg
Emory National Debate Institute Tournament 6/21/2018 Open R1 Becca-cudas School for Fish Who Can't Read Good Owen Stone & So Why Male Models? Michael Kim & Luis Trejo Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/28/2018 SPF R7 West Orange GF College Prep HN Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/28/2018 SPF R6 St Mary's Hall HP Princeton GH Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/28/2018 SPF R5 Carroll HS - Southlake LS Westridge BM Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/28/2018 CX R3 Lindale DW New Trier EK Neg
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round Binghamton MY Michigan GW Neg Neg on a 2-1
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round United States Military MS Georgetown GP Neg Neg on a 2-1
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round Baylor BZ Harvard MS Neg Neg on a 3-0
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round Wayne State HC Iowa NO Neg Neg on a 3-0
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round Georgia HH Harvard AM Aff Neg on a 2-1
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round Binghamton BA Georgia AR Neg Neg on a 2-1
Pacific Champs 2/24/2018 Nov QF Southwestern SG Fullerton PJ Neg Neg on a 2-1
Pacific Champs 2/24/2018 Nov R6 CSU - Northridge GT Fullerton/Cal State Fullerton HS Aff
Pacific Champs 2/24/2018 Nov R5 Fullerton/Cal State Fullerton HS San Francisco State MP Aff
Pacific Champs 2/24/2018 JV R3 CSU Long Beach BK Southern California BF Neg
Pacific Champs 2/24/2018 Open R2 UC Berkeley GF Southern California DW Aff
Pacific Champs 2/24/2018 Open R1 Southern California RW UC Berkeley MZ Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/17/2018 VCX Finals Montgomery Bell GH Monta Vista PS Neg Neg on a 3-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/17/2018 JVCX Final George Washington CO SW Interlake HS - Bellevue FC Neg Neg on a 2-1
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/17/2018 VCX Triple Rowland Hall-St Mark PS Head Royce DH Aff Aff on a 3-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/17/2018 VCX R6 Sonoma IS New Trier BC Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/17/2018 VCX R5 Carmel Valley Independent KR Kent Denver GH Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/17/2018 VCX R3 Kent Denver RT Asian Debate League CP Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/17/2018 VCX R2 Interlake HS - Bellevue CL Kent Denver HH Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/17/2018 VCX R1 Peninsula JK Green Valley SW Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/3/2018 VCX Semis College Prep NW Camas LL Aff Aff on a 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/3/2018 VCX Quarte Rowland Hall BY College Prep NW Neg Neg on a 3-0
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/3/2018 VCX Octos CK McClatchy LP Wayzata SH Neg Neg on a 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/3/2018 VCX R5 CK McClatchy LP Park City HS AH Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/3/2018 VCX R3 Peninsula ST Rowland Hall BY Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/26/2018 PEL PFB North Broward Prep MR Minneapolis Washburn DK Aff Aff on a 2-1
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/26/2018 PEL R6 Paideia TH Niles North LL Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/26/2018 PEL R5 Brooklyn Technical BP St. Mark's School of Texas RV Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/26/2018 PEL R4 Maine East PS Edgemont SS Neg
Southwestern College Hannie Schaft Invitational Tournament 1/20/2018 Open QF Southern California RW UC Berkeley RN Aff Neg on a 2-1
Southwestern College Hannie Schaft Invitational Tournament 1/20/2018 Open R6 Weber State TW UC Berkeley FG Neg
Southwestern College Hannie Schaft Invitational Tournament 1/20/2018 Open R5 Weber State/Cal State Fullerton MR Monmouth AD Aff
Southwestern College Hannie Schaft Invitational Tournament 1/20/2018 Open R4 Monmouth FR Southern California DR Neg
Southwestern College Hannie Schaft Invitational Tournament 1/20/2018 Open R3 Miami LL UC Berkeley DW Neg
Southwestern College Hannie Schaft Invitational Tournament 1/20/2018 Open R2 Monmouth HH Southern California DW Neg
Southwestern College Hannie Schaft Invitational Tournament 1/20/2018 Open R1 Monmouth PS Southern California RW Neg
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2018 Open Double Iowa GL Northwestern CE Aff Aff on a 2-1
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2018 Open R6 Cornell CD Puget Sound FR Aff
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2018 Open R5 Rochester AB Northwestern LY Neg
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2018 Open R4 Harvard AM Binghamton AB Aff
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2018 Open R3 Cornell LT Harvard BC Neg
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2018 Open R2 Cornell MM Minnesota AL Neg
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2018 Open Quarte Harvard MS Iowa CK Aff Neg on a 2-1
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2018 Open Double Binghamton BA Harvard GS Aff Aff on a 2-1
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2018 JVN R6 Washington MP Indiana BL Neg
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2018 JVN R4 CSU Long Beach GR Samford AW Neg
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2018 Open R3 Harvard MS Rochester AB Aff
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2018 Open R2 Binghamton MY Northwestern CE Neg
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2018 Open R1 Washington AH Baylor WC Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX R4 Katy Taylor BK Niles West GS Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX R2 Pace NS Westwood GN Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR SEMS Kansas KR Harvard MS Aff Aff on a 2-1
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR OCTS Kentucky BT Wake Forest MR Aff Aff on a 4-1
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR DBLS Northwestern JW Iowa GL Neg Aff on a 3-2
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 8 Baylor WW Liberty MR Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 7 Harvard GS Baylor CG Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 6 Navy LG UT Dallas BJ Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 5 Southern California DR Miami AL Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 4 NYU JL Kentucky PS Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 3 Iowa CK Harvard MS Neg
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open QTRS Harvard MS Kansas KR Aff Aff on a 2-1
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open DBLS Kansas KR Wake Forest GT Aff Aff on a 3-0
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open RD 8 Northwestern LY Kansas FM Neg
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open RD 7 Trinity DK Gonzaga BM Aff
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open RD 6 Harvard MS Baylor BZ Aff
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open RD 5 Mary Washington CL Texas AM Aff
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open RD 3 Rutgers-Newark CW UC Berkeley DR Neg
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open RD 2 Michigan RS Kansas KR Neg
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV 10/21/2017 Open Sems Iowa NO UC Berkeley OP Neg Neg on a 2-1
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV 10/21/2017 Open Qrtrs UC Berkeley FG Binghamton BA Aff Aff on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV 10/21/2017 Open Octas UC Berkeley FG Texas SW Aff Aff on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV 10/21/2017 Open Double UC Berkeley DW Washington EP Aff Aff on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV 10/21/2017 Open R7 UC Berkeley RD Binghamton BA Neg
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV 10/21/2017 Open R6 Wyoming CH Southern California DR Neg
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV 10/21/2017 Open R5 UC Berkeley OP Southern California RW Aff
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV 10/21/2017 Open R4 CSU - Northridge AG UT Dallas JB Neg
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV 10/21/2017 Open R3 Iowa CM UC Berkeley MZ Aff
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV 10/21/2017 Open R2 Iowa RW Houston LN Aff
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV 10/21/2017 Open R1 UT Dallas KR Wyoming TL Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/13/2017 CX Sextod La Salle MM College Prep CM Neg Neg on a 3-0
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/13/2017 CX R6 Lexington LT College Prep BP Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/13/2017 CX R5 McQueen RR Pittsburgh Central Catholic DW Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/13/2017 CX R4 Edgemont MS Fullerton Union GK Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/13/2017 CX R3 McQueen RC College Prep NW Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/13/2017 CX R2 Pine Crest Prep SK Isidore Newman DQ Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/13/2017 CX R1 Marquette Univ TW Pittsburgh Central Catholic BS Neg
5th Mukai College Classic Weber State 9/30/2017 Open R8 Arizona State FG Baylor WW Neg
5th Mukai College Classic Weber State 9/30/2017 Open R7 Weber State HR Washington BT Aff
5th Mukai College Classic Weber State 9/30/2017 JV R5 Weber State BB Wisconsin- Madison PP Neg
5th Mukai College Classic Weber State 9/30/2017 JV R2 Johnson County Community CE Puget Sound GH Aff
5th Mukai College Classic Weber State 9/30/2017 Open R1 UC Berkeley DR Weber State TW Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN Double Harvard MS Dartmouth FT Aff Aff on a 3-0
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R8 Houston MP Wyoming HT Neg
Georgia State 9/17/2017 NOV R5 Liberty CH Navy RY Neg
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R4 Michigan ZS Indiana AG Neg
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R3 Georgia MY Wake Forest HF Neg
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R2 Michigan JP Trinity DK Neg
Georgia State 9/17/2017 JV R1 Navy GL Liberty BM Aff
Samford Summer Institute 7/6/2017 R7 NOV LB NOV AK Neg Neg on a 2-1
Samford Summer Institute 7/6/2017 R2 NOV SB ADV DK Neg
ENDI 2017 6/22/2017 CX R6 WY Lab Hoffman & Niyyar KS Lab Gavsie & Seldin Neg
ENDI 2017 6/22/2017 CX R5 Hybrid Kim & Emdad BF Lab Gaines & Patel Neg
ENDI 2017 6/22/2017 CX R4 BF Lab Cuezze & Liu MO Lab Rajaram & Balleza Neg
ENDI 2017 6/22/2017 CX R3 DL Lab Hsu & Joseph HSW Lab Kim & Amar Neg
ENDI 2017 6/22/2017 CX R1 Hybrid Perdomo & Korir DL Lab Manne & Lagisetti Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 CX R4 West Des Moines Valley HD Kent Denver KK Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX Double Iowa City West TK Whitney M. Young Magnet FS Aff Aff on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R7 Wayzata CM Walter Payton WW Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R6 Whitney M. Young Magnet GP Rowland Hall-St. Mark's BM Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R4 Westminster MF Rowland Hall-St. Mark's SY Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R3 Lexington GZ Iowa City West EC Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R2 Lexington GL Whitney M. Young Magnet FS Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R1 Westminster HB Polytechnic XW Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX Double Niles West SS Montgomery Bell JG Neg Neg on a 2-1
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX R6 Montgomery Bell CJ Bellarmine CT Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX R5 Glenbrook North CN Whitney Young FS Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX R4 Montgomery Bell RK USN KW Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX R3 Montgomery Bell HB Alpharetta VM Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX R2 New Trier KS Northside RV Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX R1 Westminster Schools DG New Trier GN Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 HD R7 Hendrickson GS Rowland Hall-St. Mark's YT Aff Aff on a 2-0
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 HD R6 Barstow DT Harker HK Aff Aff on a 2-0
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 HD R5 Nevada Union AM Greenhill TC Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 HD R4 Harker BN Calhoun FP Aff Aff on a 2-0
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 HD R3 Pine Crest Preparatory SJ Woodward KK Neg Neg on a 2-0
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 HD R2 Niles North IT Niles West FK Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 HD R1 Woodward MR Peninsula AS Aff Aff on a 2-0
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest 9/3/2016 Var R6 Mountain Brook WK Montgomery Bell DZ Neg
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest 9/3/2016 Var R4 OES (Oregon Episcopal School) RL Montgomery Bell FR Aff
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest 9/3/2016 Var R3 Cambridge LY Gulliver Prep PM Aff
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest 9/3/2016 Var R2 Ransom Everglades CF Chattahoochee KV Aff
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest 9/3/2016 Var R1 Montgomery Bell ZL Cypress Bay Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/30/2016 CX Octo Law Magnet GJ Niles West GG Neg Neg on a 2-1
Tournament of Champions 4/30/2016 CX R2 College Prep KX Katy Taylor BI Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/30/2016 CX R1 Glenbrook South RS Brooklyn Technical CQ Aff
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship 4/9/2016 POL R3 Blake NW Glenbrook South CA Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship 4/9/2016 POL R1 Bishop Guertin KV Niles West GG Aff
42nd Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/11/2016 VCX Octafi Westminster Schools CK Brooklyn Technical YD Aff Aff on a 2-1
42nd Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/11/2016 VCX Double Montgomery Bell CJ Baltimore City ID Aff Aff on a 2-1
42nd Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/11/2016 VCX R7 Brooklyn Technical YD Ransom Everglades BC Aff
42nd Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/11/2016 JV CX Double Boston Debate League UR Thomas Jefferson S&T ST Neg Aff on a 2-1
42nd Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/11/2016 VCX R6 Wayzata HS Central Catholic MW Neg
42nd Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/11/2016 VCX R5 Brooklyn Technical PZ Liberal Arts and Science Academy - LBJ CM Aff
42nd Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/11/2016 VCX R2 Bishop Guertin KV Wayzata JM Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX R4 Wylie E. Groves GS Westminster Schools ZB Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX R3 Glenbrook South CA Rowland Hall-St. Mark's GL Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX R2 Lexington RZ Niles West BS Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX R1 Wayzata So Traverse City Central CF Neg
University of Michigan HS Tournament 10/28/2015 VCX R7 H.H. Dow MM New Trier HS Neg
University of Michigan HS Tournament 10/28/2015 VCX R6 Glenbrook South KB Lane Tech MC Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 10/28/2015 VCX R4 Bellarmine CP CT Niles West NY Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 10/28/2015 VCX R3 West Des Moines Valley HH Lexington WX Neg
University of Michigan HS Tournament 10/28/2015 VCX R2 Niles West SBe Glenbrook South CL Neg
University of Michigan HS Tournament 10/28/2015 VCX R1 Wayzata SK New Trier CR Aff
Georgetown Day School Invitational 9/25/2015 CX Semifi Baltimore City College ID Pittsburgh Central Catholic MW Neg Neg on a 2-1
Georgetown Day School Invitational 9/25/2015 CX Octafi Unionville DY Edgemont JrSr JM Neg Neg on a 3-0
Georgetown Day School Invitational 9/25/2015 CX R5 Brooklyn Independent Debate AE Pittsburgh Central Catholic MW Neg
Georgetown Day School Invitational 9/25/2015 CX R4 Edgemont JrSr JM Thomas Jefferson HSST WY Aff
Georgetown Day School Invitational 9/25/2015 CX R1 ACORN Community VC Edgemont JrSr LM Neg
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest 9/4/2015 Var Double Juan Diego Catholic AB Bronx Independent DK Aff Aff on a 3-0
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest 9/4/2015 Var R5 Carrollton CP Bronx Independent DK Neg
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest 9/4/2015 Var R4 Strath Haven aBbM Carrollton BF Aff
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest 9/4/2015 Var R3 Montgomery Bell CJ Carrollton PT Aff
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest 9/4/2015 Var R2 Carrollton BG Whitney M. Young Magnet BF Neg
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest 9/4/2015 Var R1 Montgomery Bell CZ Kent Denver CC Aff
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL Dubs MAGS Chen & Phillips Buckman and Kirby Neg Neg on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL R6 McShack JK BEFJR GL Aff
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL R5 CFFP MG MAGS CR Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL R4 BEFJR SLR MAGS Chen & Phillips Aff
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL R3 MAGS RY McShack FK Aff
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL R2 Hybrid HU MAGS TT Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL R1 GHJMP GM KM HL Aff
Pennsbury Falcon Invitational 1/30/2015 NCX Semis Lexington RZ Baltimore Polytechnic ZW Aff Aff on a 3-0
Pennsbury Falcon Invitational 1/30/2015 CX Octos Baltimore City College HL La Salle GH Neg Neg on a 3-0
Pennsbury Falcon Invitational 1/30/2015 NCX R4 Lexington RZ National Academy BD Aff
Pennsbury Falcon Invitational 1/30/2015 CX R2 Strath Haven BM Independence Local I WE Aff
Pennsbury Falcon Invitational 1/30/2015 CX R1 Lexington GR Unionville DY Neg
GDS Tournament at Georgetown Day School 9/26/2014 VCX R6 McDonogh RJ Oakton KB Aff
GDS Tournament at Georgetown Day School 9/26/2014 VCX R5 Capitol Debate EK Bronx Science LD Aff
GDS Tournament at Georgetown Day School 9/26/2014 VCX R4 Stuyvesant DB Head Royce CT Neg
GDS Tournament at Georgetown Day School 9/26/2014 VCX R3 Wilson SJ Atholton AZ Aff
GDS Tournament at Georgetown Day School 9/26/2014 VCX R2 Oakton TB Unionville DY Aff
GDS Tournament at Georgetown Day School 9/26/2014 VCX R1 Stuyvesant CX Harrisonburg Independent HB Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL B-Q CL Connor & Ben CL Sammie & Myna Neg Neg on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Dubs HJPV Stryker & Vasil HybST Stekl & Toomey Neg Neg on a 2-1
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Round BEFJR Garg & Mehta CFJP Andy & Cole Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Round CFJP Anne & Carolina IowCit Knudson & Waldron Aff
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Round SS Merchant & Zhang GBN Forman & Murashev Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Round RT Sofia & Tarina HJPV Tremblay & Gehraty Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Round RT Abdus & Hannah GHJPP Couture & Meadows Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Round ClaBMW Yang & Huang BEFJR Goach & Wyde Neg
ADI Tourney 2013 8/9/2013 OPEN Final Dunn TD Pointe CH Neg Neg on a 7-1
ADI Tourney 2013 8/9/2013 OPEN Round Pointe FM Dunn CD Aff
ADI Tourney 2013 8/9/2013 OPEN Round Dunn CR Pointe GM Neg
ADI Tourney 2013 8/9/2013 OPEN Round Dunn AE Pointe BI Neg
ADI Tourney 2013 8/9/2013 OPEN Round Dunn MG Dunn OR Neg
ADI Tourney 2013 8/9/2013 OPEN Round Parker CD Parker BG Aff