Adrienne Brovero

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Paradigm Statement
Last changed 13 September 2021 11:00 AM EST

Adrienne F. Brovero, Director of Debate, University of Mary Washington

25+ years coaching

adri.debate@gmail.com

Please label your email chain subject line with Team names, tourney, round.

Your prep time does not end until you have hit send on the email.

Updated 9-13-21:

Clarity - Cannot emphasize enough how important clarity is, whether online or in-person.

Highlighting - Highlighting has become a disgrace. Highlighting should not result in anti-grammatical shards of arguments. Highlighting should not result in misrepresentation of the author's intent/ideas. Quite frankly, some highlighting is so bad, you would have been better served not reading the evidence. When highlighting, please put yourself in the judge's shoes for a moment and ask yourself if you would feel comfortable deciding a debate based on how you've highlighted that card. If the answer is no, reconsider your highlighting.

SERIOUSLY - LINE-BY-LINE. NUMBER.

If you like to say "I will do the link debate here" - I am probably not the best judge for you. I would prefer you clash with link arguments in each instance they happen, as opposed to all in one place. Same is true for every other component of an argument.

  • Qualifications - read them. Debate them.
  • Line-by-line involves directly referencing the other team's argument ("Off 2AC #3 - Winners Win, group"), then answering it. "Embedded" clash fails if you bury the clash part so deep I can't find the arg you are answering.
  • Overviews - overrated. Kinda hate them. Think they are a poor substitute for debating the arguments where they belong on the line-by-line.

Things that are prep time:

  • Any time after the official start time that is not a constructive (9 mins), CX (3 mins), rebuttal (6 mins), or a brief roadmap. Everything else is prep time.
  • Putting your speech doc together - including saving doc, setting up email chain, putting doc on a jump drive, etc.
  • Asking for cards outside of CX time.
  • Setting up your podium/stand.
  • Putting your flows in order.
  • Finding pens, flows, timers.

Debate like this: http://vimeo.com/5464508

MACRO-ISSUES
Communication: I like it. I appreciate teams that recognize communication failures and try to correct them. If I am not flowing, it usually means communication is breaking down. If I am confused or have missed an argument, I will frequently look up and give you a confused look – you should read this as an indication that the argument, at minimum, needs to be repeated, and may need to be re-explained. I am more than willing to discount a team’s arguments if I didn’t understand or get their arguments on my flow.

Speaker points: Points are influenced by a variety of factors, including, but not limited to: Communication skills, speaking clarity, road-mapping, obnoxiousness, disrespectfulness, theft of prep time, quality of and sufficient participation in 2 cross-examinations and 2 speeches, the quality of the debate, the clarity of your arguments, the sophistication of your strategy, and your execution. I have grown uncomfortable with the amount of profanity used during debates – do not expect high points if you use profanity.

Paperless/Prep Time: Most tournaments have a strict decision time clock, and your paperless time cuts into decision time. Most of you would generally prefer the judges has the optimal amount of time to decide. Please be efficient. Prep runs until you are pulling the jump drive out of your computer or the email is sent. I will be understanding of tech fails, but not as much negligence or incompetence. Dealing with your laptop’s issues, finding your flows, looking for evidence, figuring out how to operate a timer, setting up stands, etc. – i.e. preparation – all come out of prep time.

In terms of viewing your evidence myself, I prefer email over flashing - my email address is adri.debate@gmail.com, so please include me on speech doc emails.

Flowing:
• I flow.
• Unless both teams instruct me otherwise, I will flow both teams.
• I evaluate the debate based primarily on what I have flowed.
• I frequently flow CX. I carefully check the 2AR for new arguments, and will not hold the 2NR accountable for unpredictable explanations or cross applications.
• I try to get down some form of tag/cite/text for each card. This doesn’t mean I always do. I make more effort to get the arg than I do the cite or date, so do not expect me to always know what you’re talking about when you solely refer to your “Henry 4” evidence.
• I reward those who make flowing easier by reading in a flowable fashion (road-mapping & signposting, direct refutation/clash, clarity, reasonable pace, emphasis of key words, reading for meaning, no distractions like tapping on the tubs, etc.). If you are fond of saying things like "Now the link debate" or "Group the perm debate" during the constructives, and you do not very transparently embed the clash that follows, do not expect me to follow your arguments or connect dots for you. Nor should you expect spectacular points.

Evidence:
• I appreciate efforts to evaluate and compare claims and evidence in the debate.
• I pay attention to quals and prefer they are actually read in the debate. I am extremely dismayed by the decline in quality of evidence (thank you, Internets) and the lack of teams’ capitalization on questionable sources.
• I don’t like to read evidence if I don’t feel the argument it makes has been communicated to me (e.g. the card was mumbled in the 2AC, or only extended by cite, or accompanied by a warrantless explanation, etc.).
• I also don’t like reading the un-highlighted portions of evidence unless they are specifically challenged by the opposing team.
• I should not have to read the un-highlighted parts to understand your argument – the highlighted portion should be a complete argument and a coherent thought. If you only read a claim, you only have a claim – you don’t get credit for portions of the evidence you don’t reference or read. If you only read a non-grammatical fragment, you are running the risk of me deciding I can’t coherently interpret that as an arg.
• I don’t like anonymous pronouns or referents in evidence like “she says” without an identification of who “she” is – identify “she” in your speech or “she” won’t get much weight in my decision.
• If you hand me evidence to read, please make clear which portions were actually read.

Decision calculus: Procedural determinations usually precede substantive determinations. First, I evaluate fairness questions to determine if actions by either team fundamentally alter the playing field in favor of the aff or neg. Then, I evaluate substantive questions. Typically, the aff must prove their plan is net beneficial over the status quo and/or a counterplan in order to win.

MICRO-ISSUES
Topicality & plan-related issues:
• The aff needs to have a written plan text.
• It should be topical.
• T is a voter. Criticisms of T are RVIs in sheep’s clothing.
• Anti-topical actions are neg ground.
• Have yet to hear a satisfactory explanation of how nontraditional advocacies or demands are meaningfully different from plans, other than they are usually either vague and/or non-topical.
• On a related note, I don’t get why calling one’s advocacy a performance or demand renders a team immune from being held responsible for the consequences of their advocacy.
• In relation to plans and permutations, I value specificity over vagueness – specificity is necessary for meaningful debate about policies. However, please do not consider this an invitation to run dumb spec arguments as voting issues – absent a glaring evasiveness/lack of specificity, these are typically more strategic as solvency args.

Critiques/Performance:

Adjudicating critique or performance debates is not my strong suit. Most of these debates take place at a level of abstraction beyond my comprehension. If you have a habit of referring to your arguments by the author’s name (e.g. “Next off – Lacan”), I am not a very good judge for you. I don’t read very much in the advanced political philosophy or performance studies areas. This means, most of the time, I don’t know what the terms used in these debates mean. I am much more the applied politics type, and tend to think pragmatically. This means if you want to go for a critical or performance argument in front of me, you need to explain your arguments in lay-speak, relying less on jargon and author names, and more on warrants, analogies, empirical examples, and specifics in relation to the policy you are critiquing/performing for/against – i.e. persuade me. It also helps to slow it down a notch. Ask yourself how quickly you could flow advanced nuclear physics – not so easy if you aren’t terribly familiar with the field, eh? Well, that’s me in relation to these arguments. Flowing them at a rapid rate hinders my ability to process the arguments. Additionally, make an effort to explain your evidence as I am not nearly as familiar with this literature as you are. Lastly, specifically explain the link and impact in relation to the specific aff you are debating or the status quo policy you are criticizing. Statements like "the critique turns the case” don't help me. As Russ Hubbard put it, in the context of defending his demining aff many years ago, “How does our plan result in more landmines in the ground? Why does the K turn the case?” I need to know why the critique means the plan’s solvency goes awry – in words that link the critique to the actions of the plan. For example: Which part of the harms does the critique indict, with what impact on those harms claims? What would the plan end up doing if the critique turns its solvency? In addition, I find it difficult to resolve philosophical questions and/or make definitive determinations about a team’s motives or intentions in the course of a couple of hours.

I strongly urge you to re-read my thoughts above on “Communication” before debating these arguments in front of me.

Counterplans:

I generally lean negative on CP theory: topical, plan-inclusive, exclusion, conditional, international fiat, agent, etc. Aff teams should take more advantage of situations where the counterplan run is abusive at multiple levels – if the negative has to fend off multiple reasons the CP is abusive, their theory blocks may start to contradict. Both counterplan and permutation texts should be written out. “Do both” is typically meaningless to me – specify how. The status quo could remain a logical option, but growing convinced this should be debated. [NOTE THAT IS A FALL '18 CHANGE - DEBATE IT OUT] Additionally, another shout-out for communication - many theory debates are shallow and blippy - don't be that team. I like theory, but those type of debates give theory a bad name.

Other:

I like DAs. I’m willing to vote on stock issue arguments like inherency or “zero risk of solvency”.

Full Judging Record
Tournament Lv Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA C 2022-01-15 OOn R3 Wyoming CM Minnesota DP Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA C 2022-01-15 NovOn R1 Navy FK Texas Tech LV Neg
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 2022 C 2022-01-08 1-Open Elim 1 Missouri State Lucas & Reeves Samford Gill & Riggs Aff Aff 3-0
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 2022 C 2022-01-08 1-Open R5 Missouri State Hartter & Woodall Samford Emerson & Tarnowski Neg
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 2022 C 2022-01-08 1-Open R2 Missouri State Lucas & Reeves Western Washington Shaw & StPeter Aff
Wyoming College Tournament C 2021-12-03 Open R3 Western Washington RS UTD SK Neg
Wyoming College Tournament C 2021-12-03 Open R1 Minnesota/Arizona State PS Wyoming LR Neg
ADA Fall Championship C 2021-11-13 Nov Semis Indiana KF Liberty HM Aff Aff 3-0
ADA Fall Championship C 2021-11-13 JV Semis Liberty JP Minnesota DR Aff Aff 2-1
ADA Fall Championship C 2021-11-13 Nov R5 Navy FP James Madison HW Aff
ADA Fall Championship C 2021-11-13 JV R3 Liberty SD George Mason BR Aff
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2021-11-05 Novice Quarte George Mason FA - Online Liberty HM Aff Aff 2-1
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2021-11-05 JV Quarte Liberty HM Miami AG - ONLINE Neg Neg 2-1
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2021-11-05 Novice R5 James Madison BM Liberty BT Neg
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2021-11-05 JV R2 George Mason JB - ONLINE Liberty DS Neg
Harvard College Tournament C 2021-10-30 Open R3 Kansas WH Wyoming CM ONLINE Aff
Harvard College Tournament C 2021-10-30 Open R2 UC Berkeley EE Minnesota FP Aff
Harvard College Tournament C 2021-10-30 Open R1 Wyoming LR ONLINE Michigan State MM ONLINE Aff
Wayne State George Ziegelmueller Invitational AKA The Ziggy C 2021-10-22 JV Quarte Purdue MC Wichita State MW Neg Neg 2-1
Northwestern University Season Opener C 2021-09-17 Open Triple Georgetown MW Trinity NM Neg Neg 2-1
Northwestern University Season Opener C 2021-09-17 Open RD 3 Minnesota FP Georgetown GN Neg
Northwestern University Season Opener C 2021-09-17 Open RD 2 Minnesota JS Northwestern DP Aff
Northwestern University Season Opener C 2021-09-17 Open RD 1 Kansas MaSo Minnesota AP Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2021 HS 2021-07-21 Open R7 No Drought Just Drip Dunn & Halford GDI Sophomores Pattabiraman & Snyder Neg Neg 3-0
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2021 HS 2021-07-21 Open 3 GDI MR Lab Ashley & Cahigas GDI Sophomores Weaver-Bell & Chico Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2021 HS 2021-07-21 Open 2 No Drought Just Drip Madden & Parrish GDI Sophomores Levin & Sharma Neg
ADA Nationals C 2021-03-06 Open Finals UC Berkeley BW Michigan PS Aff Aff 2-1
NDT District VII Qualifier C 2021-02-19 D7 R3 Pittsburgh LR Liberty WW Aff
University of Minnesota College Invitational C 2021-01-29 Open Semis Liberty WW Kansas SP Neg Neg 2-1
University of Minnesota College Invitational C 2021-01-29 Open Octas Wichita State BM Samford EG Neg Neg 2-1
University of Minnesota College Invitational C 2021-01-29 Open R5 Michigan HS Liberty WW Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA C 2021-01-16 jv Finals Missouri State CW Minnesota AS Neg Neg 2-1
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA C 2021-01-16 jv R6 Minnesota DH Liberty CH Aff
Wyoming College Tournament C 2020-12-04 Open Quarte Minnesota FM Georgetown LN Neg Neg 3-0
Wyoming College Tournament C 2020-12-04 Open R2 UT Dallas LM Wyoming GK Aff
Wyoming College Tournament C 2020-12-04 Open R1 Minnesota PR Columbia/Boston Uni PC Neg
ADA Fall C 2020-11-13 JV Elim 2 Emory BW Purdue AS Aff Aff 3-0
ADA Fall C 2020-11-13 JV Elim 1 Emory BW Wyoming KP Aff Aff 2-1
ADA Fall C 2020-11-13 Nov R6 George Mason BK Miami BH Aff
ADA Fall C 2020-11-13 JV R5 Michigan State VW Liberty BS Aff
Liberty Debate Tournament C 2020-11-06 JV Quarte Boston College CZ George Mason BP Aff Aff 2-1
Liberty Debate Tournament C 2020-11-06 JV R2 Liberty DC Navy GR Neg
Liberty Debate Tournament C 2020-11-06 Open R1 Minnesota AS Wyoming/Columbia PD Neg
The Ziggy Wayne State George Ziegelmueller Invitational C 2020-10-23 Open Octafi Navy LR Michigan HM Neg Neg 3-0
The Ziggy Wayne State George Ziegelmueller Invitational C 2020-10-23 Open R2 Navy LR Southern California HP Aff
UMW Debate Tournament C 2020-10-09 Open Finals Georgetown AG Michigan HM Aff Aff 3-0
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky C 2020-10-03 WILD R2 Houston HL Minnesota JP Neg
NDT District VII Qualifier C 2020-02-15 D7 R3 Georgetown AG Navy GR Aff
NDT District VII Qualifier C 2020-02-15 D7 R2 Liberty DE George Mason BM Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA C 2020-01-18 Open Octs Georgia WA Trinity DN Neg Neg 3-0
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA C 2020-01-18 Open R6 UT Dallas BK George Mason DM Aff
Georgetown College Tournament C 2020-01-03 Open Octafi Harvard BY Michigan PR Neg Aff 2-1
Georgetown College Tournament C 2020-01-03 Open Double Northwestern RW Kansas MM Neg Neg 2-1
Georgetown College Tournament C 2020-01-03 Open 3 Indiana GH Emory GS Neg
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest C 2019-11-23 SHIR OCTS Georgetown BP Dartmouth ET Neg Neg 3-2
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest C 2019-11-23 SHIR DBLS Emory CM Kentucky EH Aff Aff 4-1
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest C 2019-11-23 SHIR RD 1 Wake Forest KM Kansas BS Neg
George Mason Debate Tournament College C 2019-11-08 Nov Octas Liberty SV Navy MM Aff Aff 3-0
George Mason Debate Tournament College C 2019-11-08 Open R5 George Mason BM Emory CZ Aff
George Mason Debate Tournament College C 2019-11-08 Open R1 Samford EG George Mason AR Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2019-10-11 Open R5 Cornell DS George Mason BM Aff
UMW Debate Tournament C 2019-10-11 JV R4 James Madison OW George Mason DS Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky C 2019-09-28 Open R5 Missouri State HV Kansas SB Neg
GSU Atlanta Season Opener C 2019-09-14 JV R5 Liberty SW UT Dallas IL Neg
GSU Atlanta Season Opener C 2019-09-14 OP R3 Emory GS Texas MR Aff
73rd National Debate Tournament C 2019-03-21 Open Finals Georgia RS Kentucky BT Neg Neg 6-1
73rd National Debate Tournament C 2019-03-21 Open Semis Kentucky BT Kansas HM Aff Aff 5-0
73rd National Debate Tournament C 2019-03-21 Open Quarte Georgia AR Kansas HM Neg Neg 5-0
73rd National Debate Tournament C 2019-03-21 Open Octos Georgia RS Michigan GW Aff Aff 5-0
73rd National Debate Tournament C 2019-03-21 Open Round Georgetown BP Trinity GG Aff Aff 3-0
73rd National Debate Tournament C 2019-03-21 Open Round Minnesota KW UT Dallas BK Aff Aff 3-0
73rd National Debate Tournament C 2019-03-21 Open Round Samford EW Wichita State WL Neg Neg 2-1
73rd National Debate Tournament C 2019-03-21 Open Round Gonzaga BM Trinity DL Neg Neg 3-0
ADA Nationals at UGA C 2019-03-08 Open Final Kentucky BT Georgia AR Neg Neg 3-0
NDT District VII Qualifier C 2019-02-16 D7 R6 Navy RB George Mason AH Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2019-01-19 Open Final Indiana AD Trinity KG Neg Aff 2-1
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2019-01-19 Open R8 Emory CM Indiana AD Aff
Georgetown College Tournament C 2019-01-03 Open Quarte Emory GS Georgetown BP Aff Aff 2-1
Georgetown College Tournament C 2019-01-03 Open Octas Minnesota KW Dartmouth ET Neg Neg 3-0
Georgetown College Tournament C 2019-01-03 Open Double Northwestern FL Dartmouth KS Neg Neg 2-1
Georgetown College Tournament C 2019-01-03 Open 8 Samford WE Minnesota KW Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest C 2018-11-17 SHIR OCTS Georgetown BP Georgia AR Neg Neg 5-0
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest C 2018-11-17 SHIR DBLS Georgia AR Emory BY Aff Aff 5-0
ADA Fall Championship C 2018-11-17 Nov R5 George Mason MS Liberty BW Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest C 2018-11-17 SHIR RD 3 Emory CM Northwestern JW Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest C 2018-11-17 SHIR RD 1 Georgia State FR UC Berkeley GF Neg
The Jesuit Gonzaga University C 2018-10-27 Open RD 3 Georgia HH Northwestern BY Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2018-10-13 JV Finals George Mason PR Liberty DE Neg Neg 3-0
UMW Debate Tournament C 2018-10-13 Open Semis Minnesota KW Navy LG Aff Aff 3-0
UMW Debate Tournament C 2018-10-13 Nov R3 Samford BG George Mason BK Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky C 2018-09-29 Open R6 George Mason KL Michigan HF Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky C 2018-09-29 Open R3 Emory CM Trinity DK Neg
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State C 2018-03-22 Open Semis Michigan GW Georgetown BK Neg Neg 5-0
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State C 2018-03-22 Open Octos Northwestern CE Georgetown BK Neg Neg 3-2
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State C 2018-03-22 Open Double UNLV GH Emory SY Aff Aff 5-0
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State C 2018-03-22 Open Round Michigan GW Georgetown GP Aff Aff 3-0
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State C 2018-03-22 Open Round Georgia RS Kentucky BT Neg Neg 3-0
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State C 2018-03-22 Open Round Minnesota KW Kansas FM Neg Neg 3-0
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State C 2018-03-22 Open Round Gonzaga BJ Michigan SR Neg Neg 3-0
NDT District VII Qualifier C 2018-02-17 D7 R6 Georgetown SW Navy GL Neg
Hoosier Invitational Tournament C 2018-01-20 Cutt Quarte MicSta Grossman & Serrins Michig Roche & Shelton Neg Neg 3-0
Hoosier Invitational Tournament C 2018-01-20 Cutt Octos Michig Zhu & Smith WaySta Anton & Davis Neg Neg 2-1
Hoosier Invitational Tournament C 2018-01-20 Cutt R6 Kentuc Hackman & Rivas Michig Walrath & Goldschlag Neg
Hoosier Invitational Tournament C 2018-01-20 Cutt R5 Michig Roche & Shelton MicSta Adair & Scullion Aff
Hoosier Invitational Tournament C 2018-01-20 Cutt R2 MicSta Brown & Pepper Minnes Kostelny & Wang Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2018-01-13 JV Semis Liberty AB Georgia MG Neg Neg 3-0
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2018-01-13 Open Octs Michigan PJ Georgetown GP Aff Aff 3-0
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2018-01-13 JV Octos George Mason RL Navy GY Neg Neg 3-0
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2018-01-13 Open R5 Michigan PJ Navy GL Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2018-01-13 JV R3 James Madison FM Georgia MG Neg
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2018-01-03 OPEN Semis Georgia RS Minnesota AL Aff Aff 3-0
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2018-01-03 JV F Central Florida WU Boston College DW Neg Neg 3-0
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2018-01-03 OPEN R9 Georgia AR Emory AC Aff
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2018-01-03 OPEN R5 Michigan ZS Minnesota WK Aff
UMW Debate Tournament C 2017-10-13 Open R6 James Madison CT Minnesota JK Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2017-10-13 Open R2 George Mason HO Navy GL Aff
Georgia State C 2017-09-17 OPEN R7 Georgia AR Emory FG Aff
Georgia State C 2017-09-17 OPEN R2 Emory BuLes Missouri State SW Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2017-07-25 Open Q KiLiRs BV TitleWon RM Aff Aff 2-1
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2017-07-25 Stars R6 Mind Bogglers QY Team Dookie & BooBoo CW Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2017-07-25 Schol R5 KiLiRs AP LOL Sophs IU Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2017-07-25 Schol R4 Scholars DR Scholars FR Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2017-07-25 Open R3 Team Dookie & BooBoo LH LOL Sophs MM Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2017-07-25 Schol R2 Scholars CR Scholars LP Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2017-07-25 Open R2 KiLiRs AD Skoogs TW Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2017-07-25 Stars R1 Mind Bogglers HH Team Dookie & BooBoo BZ Aff
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas C 2017-03-23 Open Semis Georgetown KL California, Berkeley WG Aff Aff 7-0
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas C 2017-03-23 Open Octos Kansas HW Michigan DM Neg Aff 4-3
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas C 2017-03-23 Open Double Northwestern CE Kansas BC Neg Aff 3-2
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas C 2017-03-23 Open Round Georgetown KL Northwestern CE Aff Aff 2-1
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas C 2017-03-23 Open Round Wake Forest MM Michigan DM Neg Aff 2-1
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas C 2017-03-23 Open Round James Madison LW Emory FL Neg Aff 2-1
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas C 2017-03-23 Open Round UT Dallas AR Gonzaga JS Neg Neg 3-0
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern C 2017-02-04 Open DBLS Kansas BC Emory FL Neg Neg 4-1
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern C 2017-02-04 Open RD 5 George Mason HM Emory BC Neg
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern C 2017-02-04 Open RD 1 Kansas BB Minnesota KW Aff
Clarion ADA Fall Championship C 2016-11-18 Novice Nov Fi Miami KL Minnes KL Aff Aff 3-0
Clarion ADA Fall Championship C 2016-11-18 Novice Nov Se Navy PA Miami KL Aff Neg 2-1
Clarion ADA Fall Championship C 2016-11-18 Novice Nov 6 BosCol WW Miami LP Aff
Clarion ADA Fall Championship C 2016-11-18 Open Op4 Miami IS Minnes JW Aff
Clarion ADA Fall Championship C 2016-11-18 Open Op2 BosCol BC Minnes AL Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2016-10-15 Nov Finals Liberty AG George Mason LA Neg Aff 2-1
UMW Debate Tournament C 2016-10-15 Nov Semis Liberty AG George Mason GR Neg Aff 2-1
UMW Debate Tournament C 2016-10-15 Nov Quarte Liberty GS George Mason TB Aff Aff 2-1
UMW Debate Tournament C 2016-10-15 JV R7 Liberty MS James Madison CM Neg
Georgia State University C 2016-09-17 OPEN Double Wake Forest MS Kansas WH Neg Neg 3-0
Georgia State University C 2016-09-17 OPEN R5 Harvard GS Wake Forest GT Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2016-07-19 Champ S Xióng KM Xióng DV Aff Aff 3-0
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2016-07-19 Vars O SHNEPDO SS Paige Against The Machine DC Aff Aff 2-1
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2016-07-19 Champ O Xióng JT Xióng LR Neg Neg 2-1
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2016-07-19 Champ R6 Xióng RW Xióng NM Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2016-07-19 Champ R5 Xióng JT Xióng HR Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2016-07-19 Champ R4 Scholars RL Scholars JW Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2016-07-19 Champ R3 Xióng DB Xióng Ca Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2016-07-19 Champ R2 Xióng CM Xióng DV Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2016-07-19 Champ R1 Xióng AS Xióng SC Neg
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton C 2016-03-31 Open Octos UC Berkeley SW UT Dallas LO Aff Aff 4-1
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton C 2016-03-31 Open Double George Mason KK Kentucky GN Neg Neg 5-0
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton C 2016-03-31 Open Round Kentucky GV UC Berkeley SW Neg Neg 3-0
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton C 2016-03-31 Open Round Emory KS Georgetown KL Aff Aff 2-1
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton C 2016-03-31 Open Round Missouri State BR George Mason KK Neg Neg 3-0
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton C 2016-03-31 Open Round Gonzaga BJ Liberty CS Neg Neg 2-1
NDT District VII Qualifier C 2016-02-20 D7 R6 Liberty CS George Mason MT Neg
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2016-01-04 OPEN R9 Emory HR Michigan KP Neg
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2016-01-04 OPEN R5 Emory FL Minnesota KA Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University C 2015-11-13 Open OCTA Kentucky GN Kansas BC Aff Aff 5-0
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University C 2015-11-13 Open DBLS Michigan MD Kentucky GN Neg Neg 5-0
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University C 2015-11-13 Open RD 2 Kentucky BR Wayne State DH Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University C 2015-11-13 Open RD 1 UT Dallas LO George Mason DM Aff
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2015-11-06 Novi Quarte George Mason CC Liberty DS Aff Aff 3-0
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2015-11-06 Open Octos Pittsburgh PR George Mason KK Neg Neg 3-0
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2015-11-06 Novi R3 Clarion CS James Madison NB Aff
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2015-11-06 Novi R1 George Mason LA Liberty GT Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2015-09-19 OPEN Double Kansas Co Emory FL Aff Aff 5-0
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2015-09-19 OPEN R7 Kentucky GV Gonzaga WS Aff
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2015-09-19 OPEN R2 Georgia HM Missouri State BG Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2015-07-22 Schol Quarte $corpion$ HS $corpion$ SR Neg Neg 3-0
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2015-07-22 Schol R6 Anonymous BM Anonymous JoMy Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2015-07-22 Open R5 Snaps4Surveillance XY D.W.A MP Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2015-07-22 Schol R5 $corpion$ HS $corpion$ SG Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2015-07-22 Schol R3 $corpion$ CD $corpion$ CC Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2015-07-22 Schol R2 $corpion$ CW $corpion$ SR Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 2015-07-22 Open R1 Holy Schmitt MM Snaps4Surveillance OM Neg
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2015-01-02 OPEN Octas Emory KS Michigan KK Aff Aff 3-0
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2015-01-02 OPEN Double Georgia BF Dartmouth College AS Aff Aff 3-0
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2015-01-02 OPEN R10 Georgetown MK Missouri State CR Aff
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2015-01-02 OPEN R6 Kentucky HR Michigan DM Neg
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic C 2014-11-15 OPN DBLS Georgetown LM Liberty AM Aff Aff 5-0
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic C 2014-11-15 OPN R2 Kentucky GN Kansas FG Aff
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic C 2014-11-15 OPN R1 Emory BD Houston RJ Aff
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2014-10-31 Open R3 Georgia FB Liberty AM Neg
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2014-10-31 Open R2 Vanderbilt PC Minnesota AK Neg
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2014-10-31 JV R1 Boston College CM Liberty SW Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky C 2014-10-04 Open Semi Michigan AP Harvard DH Aff Aff 3-0
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2014-09-20 OPEN Dbls Kentucky GV Wake Forest HQ Neg Aff 4-1
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2014-09-20 OPEN OPEN 6 Georgia FB Georgetown Mc Aff
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2014-09-20 OPEN OPEN 3 George Mason DM James Madison BP Aff
GDI Camp Tournament 2014-07-24 Schol Semis Aquarius Su Aquarius MF Aff Aff 3-0
GDI Camp Tournament 2014-07-24 Open Double Flying Squid LM Lt. Dannys ML Neg Neg 3-0
GDI Camp Tournament 2014-07-24 Schol Quarte Aquarius MS Aquarius MF Neg Neg 3-0
GDI Camp Tournament 2014-07-24 Schol R5 Aquarius CK Aquarius TP Aff
GDI Camp Tournament 2014-07-24 Schol R4 Aquarius MF Aquarius Su Neg
GDI Camp Tournament 2014-07-24 Open R3 Lt. Dannys TH Caribbean Queens MB Aff
GDI Camp Tournament 2014-07-24 Open R1 Caribbean Queens VA Flying Squid WB Neg
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana C 2014-03-28 Open Octos Nwstrn MV Mich St RT Aff Aff 5-2
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana C 2014-03-28 Open Doubl Minnes CE Rutgers RS Aff Neg 4-1
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana C 2014-03-28 Open 5 Rutgers RS Mich St RT Neg Neg 2-1
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana C 2014-03-28 Open 4 Indiana Swing Kentucky GR Neg Neg 3-0
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana C 2014-03-28 Open 2 Dartmouth CC Nwstrn MP Neg Neg 3-0
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana C 2014-03-28 Open 1 Wyoming MP Georgetown AM Neg Neg 3-0
Texas Open C 2014-02-08 TXO Octas Rutgers-Newark Smith & Randall Wayne State Justice & Slaw Aff Aff 5-0
Texas Open C 2014-02-08 TXO Double Michigan State Butler & Strong Wayne State Justice & Slaw Neg Neg 2-1
Texas Open C 2014-02-08 TXO R5 Nevada Las Vegas Saxe & Jallits Northwestern O'Brien & Shakoor Neg
Dartmouth Round Robin C 2014-01-24 R6 Rutgers-Newark Smith & Randall Wake Forest Quinn & Min Aff
Dartmouth Round Robin C 2014-01-24 R2 Harvard Taylor & Dimitrijevic Georgetown Arsht & Markoff Neg
Dartmouth Round Robin C 2014-01-24 R1 Michigan Allen & Pappas Northwestern Vellayappan & Miles Neg
Kathryn Klassic Winter tournament at California State Universit C 2014-01-07 OD OD 5 Minnesota CE George Mason KL Aff
2014 USC Alan Nichols Debate Tournament C 2014-01-03 Var R1 Emory AB California, Berkeley FI Neg
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest C 2013-11-15 OPN QTRS Michigan State RT Northwestern MV Neg Neg 4-1
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest C 2013-11-15 OPN OCTS Georgetown EM Northwestern MV Neg Neg 4-1
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest C 2013-11-15 OPN DBLS Houston RL Michigan State CZ Neg Neg 4-1
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest C 2013-11-15 OPN R3 Minnesota ST Kansas BM Neg
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest C 2013-11-15 OPN R2 Trinity RS Kentucky GR Neg
Harvard Debate Tournament C 2013-10-26 Open Finals Georgetown AM Northwestern MV Neg Neg 3-0
Harvard Debate Tournament C 2013-10-26 Open Quarte Georgetown AM California, Berkeley MS Aff Aff 3-0
Harvard Debate Tournament C 2013-10-26 Open Octos Georgetown AM Northwestern OS Aff Aff 2-1
Harvard Debate Tournament C 2013-10-26 Open R7 Cornell RL Gonzaga GS Neg
Harvard Debate Tournament C 2013-10-26 Open R2 Northwestern MV Stanford GR Aff
Kentucky first year breakout C 2013-10-07 brkot finals Wake Forest Shaw & Manchester Georgetown Burdette & Louvis Aff Neg 2-1
Kentucky first year breakout C 2013-10-07 brkot sem Northwestern Hopkins & Srinivasan Wake Forest Shaw & Manchester Aff Aff 3-0
Kentucky College Tournament C 2013-10-05 Opn OCTS Northwestern VM Minnesota CE Aff Aff 5-0
Kentucky College Tournament C 2013-10-05 Opn DBLS Baylor BB Minnesota CE Neg Neg 4-1
Kentucky College Tournament C 2013-10-05 Opn Rd 2 Northwestern OS Indiana FH Aff
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2013-09-21 OPEN Octas Kentucky GR Kansas BC Neg Aff 2-1
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2013-09-21 OPEN Dbls Georgetown EnMc Georgia SC Neg Aff 2-1
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2013-09-21 OPEN Rd 6 Michigan State CZ Minnesota ST Aff
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2013-09-21 OPEN Rd 5 Indiana SP Georgetown LP Neg
Northwestern Owen L Coon C 2013-02-09 OC R1 IllinoisSt HO Kentucky GR Neg
Dartmouth Round Robin C 2013-01-25 0 Rd 6 Nwstrn KM Emory PS Aff
Dartmouth Round Robin C 2013-01-25 0 Rd 2 WestGa DF GTown AM Neg
Dartmouth Round Robin C 2013-01-25 0 Rd 1 Wake LM Harvard BS Aff
Kathryn Klassic Winter Tournament at California State Universit C 2013-01-07 O 3 Emory CM Kansas CaGr Aff
USC Alan Nichols Debate Tournament C 2013-01-03 Var 6 Iowa DH Wake Forest HQ Aff
USC Alan Nichols Debate Tournament C 2013-01-03 Var 5 UNLV EJ George Mason KL Neg
Franklin R. Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University C 2012-11-08 - 3 MoState GN UCO DV Aff
Franklin R. Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University C 2012-11-08 - 1 Iowa DH Wyoming BF Aff
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2012-11-02 OPEN OPOct Wake Forest CV Wayne State JS Aff Aff 2-1
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2012-11-02 Nov Nov5 Clarion CR
Liberty University Debate Tournament C 2012-11-02 OPEN OP2 GMU MW Wayne State DN Aff
Harvard C 2012-10-27 Open Octos Gtown AM MinnesCE Aff Aff 3-0
Harvard C 2012-10-27 Open 6 MichigBC MinnesSS Aff
Harvard C 2012-10-27 Open 3 NorthwLV LibertLS Aff
Kentucky College Tournament C 2012-10-05 O Open 3 MoState CP Iowa CL Neg
Kentucky College Tournament C 2012-10-05 O Open 1 NWstrn SS Minneosta BE Aff