Jason Russell Paradigm

Last changed 11/6 6:33A CDT

jasonlrussell1@gmail.com

School: Wichita State University
Years Judging: 20
College Rounds 2017: 40, High School Rounds: 50

Have the email chain set up starting around 5 mins before the debate. The prep time doesn't end until you've sent the email, not when you start compiling documents or attaching them. Part of preparing for paperless debate is having a time efficient method for document dissemination. That should start at home, in practices.

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I strongly support policy debate. Most K affs that are just policy debate bad do not appeal to me much. If you believe that there ought to be some changes to policy debate, they ought to be specific, strongly supported, and feature a well articulated alternative model of debate. Absent any of these, you'll struggle to win. If your aff does not support the implementation of the topic as a policy, you'll almost assuredly lose. If your K on the neg fails to articulate an alternative or defend the SQ, you'll almost assuredly lose. I will vote for K's, but your window is much narrower than it would be with a friendlier audience. I will not lower my expectations nor will I apologize for it. 

I still think most Aff framework args are bad. The cheatingest thing about Ks is the alt so win that they need one and theirs is unfair. I'm pretty much always going to weigh the Aff impact but that doesn't mean an ethics arg won't precede it necessarily if well articulated and won. Aff framework is probably a waste of your time & potentially a liability. 

Method doesn't make anything compete and just saying that is adequate for me. This arg is nonsense. If the alt can't be desirably combined with the Aff, then it competes. And only then.

I strongly prefer to hear debates about the policies involved in the topic, although the approach to implementing and rebutting those policies may vary widely. 

Generally, most kritiks are mumbo-jumbo. The links are stale and weak, the alt is contrived and probably contradictory to many of the links, in addition to being wholly ineffective, and the analytic lens is generally far less insightful than they purport to be. If the K aff doesn't do anything, I will vote on presumption without hesitation. A great number of K's make psychologically untenable claims that can be defeated easily with limited to no evidence. Often, the team debating a K would be well served to read fewer generic K cards and make some strong arguments from the perspective of logic that suggest that the thing they're suggesting folks should just do isn't as easily done as they make it out to be (embracing insecurity, fugitivity, abandoning hope, etc).

Indignant complaints about how it's rude to disagree with people will not be accepted as arguments. 

The room a debate occurs in is shared by the opposing teams and the judge. Do not monopolize the room by loudly playing music, taking up all of the space with your materials and coaches, or generally behaving in such a way that both teams can't adequately prepare for a debate in a reasonable manner. I will give you points that are akin to clipping or other cheating practices if you do so. 

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Points:

Between UMKC and UNLV I decided to raise my points a bit. Nothing radical, but probably a .2 increase on the top end. I'm still giving points below the mean as often as ever, but my high end points will more accurately reflect trends for the top 20 speakers at a major. I do this reluctantly as I don't like point inflation, but I also don't want to disadvantage quality speakers that would like me to judge them by holding them to a different expectation than the rest of the pack. I find it very troubling how often 29.6 and above points are handed out. People should stop that. 

Don't ever ask me for speaker points. Those are mine and mine alone. I mean, I guess you can ask, but I won't do what you're asking me. I will give you the points you deserve. 

Decision-making and diversification are figuring highly into my points. So, good argument choices throughout -- recognition of your strengths, their weaknesses, time allocation, block division, 1AR elaboration, etc -- will be rewarded and bad choices will be deducted. Diversification can be horizontal or vertical. In other words, you can still be a one-off K team and have excellent points provided that your block is interrogating the case, developing a variety of well-explained link arguments, engaging in good epistemological attacks on the aff ev, and explaining your impacts. Lazy polemic will not be as highly evaluated as in-depth attacks involving clash throughout. In other words, "state bad" is not my jam unless it's some very well-developed, context-specific state bad arg. I can imagine one, but haven't seen one. 

T: 

A great many things are not T. I'd encourage you to go for it. I like evidence-based T debates. What should be considered military presence is highly debatable and many affs do not meet a reasonable interpretation of military presence. Even fewer are significant reductions in said military presence. 

K's:

The "aff didnt do enough" K isn't doing much for me. If this is your best option, I'd recommend T instead. Perms solve it and it's not offense. 

K debaters that can't debate the case enough to prove that the aff doesn't simply reduce military presence but somehow reinforces it or some other bad process in trying to do so are having a really hard time winning with me. You need links. "You touched the gov't" isn't getting the job done. If this is your best strat, I am not the judge for you. 

Negative state action undermines a lot of "we shouldn't have to debate as the gov't" args, absent more detailed elaboration by the aff team reading a non-topical or non-plan aff. I can personally entertain some reasons why this arg might still be true, but teams have yet to advance args that are not facile extensions of the standard "gov't bad" arg in explaining this for me. "Decrease military" and "gov't bad" are in the same direction on face. You'll need to do more to prove that they are not. 

Politics:

Thumpers are a thing, UQ CP's aside. I can't even begin to understand people who don't believe they are. I'm not saying they're a universal problem for every politics DA, but there are times where they are a problem for a lot of popular politics DA's. 

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 1) K-related info

 

 I am not sure if I’ve voted aff against framework this year (could be once or twice I’m forgetting about). A lot of things can explain this (lop-sided matches, conceptual mistakes, drops, I’m dumb), but teams with non-topical affs should probably know this.

 

 I think most people’s framework args are soft and easy to beat if the aff actually interrogates them, but few do except saying “it’s anti-black” or “it links to Baudrillard/other French guy”. Do the work of K’ing something; your K is not a yellow card: “Penalty: anti-black!”. Develop content.

 

If you haven’t thought about the existential question “If the laws you are against are anti-black/otherwise rude, what should be done about them?”, you will have a hard time winning w me. As far as I know, getting rid of laws requires state action. If you are doing something else to get rid of or otherwise address those laws, I’m gonna need to hear some details. Unflinching paradigmatic analysis is a buzzword requiring further elaboration.

 

The strongest part of anti-K framework args is their “topical version of the aff/do it on the neg” cooptation args. The weakest part is the overall impact. If they win the cooptation args, they don’t need to win much of an impact, though. Food for thought.

Most K’s need an alt. If they don’t, be prepared to put some time into explaining why not.

Neg K’s are worse at permutations than ever. The “it’s a method” arg school of thought doesn’t make much sense to me without further elaboration. Some methods compete; others do not. You still need a link that’s not solved by including your alt (or some part of it) with the aff.

 

Aff’s typically lose K’s by not questioning a sweeping claim at the center of the K that takes out their case. A perm won’t help you much against that. Don’t fool around and forget to answer the central contention of the K. These claims are almost always an overreach; they’re not as absolute as they’re purported to be.

 

A lot of performances seem to be disconnected from the subsequent content. That’s not bad esoterically I guess, but it’s unstrategic because then the time you spend performing isn’t helping you win the debate.

 

I’m pretty much over role of the ballot. It’s just an impact framing arg. You still have to win that it’s a comparably preferable impact to whatever you’re debating.

 

K’s that go after the entire aff – their evidence, their harms, their plan, their solvency, their worldview – have a strong chance of winning even with a weak alt. They simply need to find a way to prove that an un-interrogated adoption of the plan would be worse than doing nothing or very little. That’s harder than just wishing away the SQ through magic, but debate is hard and that’s why it’s awesome.

 

K affs should defend changing the laws they criticize, but K the remainder of what the neg says is required to be complete legalization. Or read some cards on T. Or both. If your aff is nothing about the topic, or is anti-topical, you’ll want to be prepared to have a more comprehensive impact turn strategy for framework. This is a much tougher road.

 

 2) CX-related info

 

Answer questions in CX. Seriously. Don’t repeat the question at them. Don’t ignore them and do something else. I’m going to start docking points for wasting people’s CX time. Mark my word. I will intervene once and after that I’m just going to start making notations to knock off some points.

 

Don’t extend the CX unless you absolutely have to. Usually you’re doing it for something useless and wasting your prep time. Also, feel free to deny your opponents a CX extension. Just say “no” if they ask to take prep to ask another question. It’s your prep time too.

 

 3) Presentation info

 

I hate your pre-written overviews. No one can flow those. Your overview would be far better if tailored to the particular circumstances of the debate and delivered as if you were trying to reply to your opponents.

 

Prep time runs until your flashdrive leaves your computer or the email is sent. Start the chain/prepare the jump prior to the debate and deliver it a couple of minutes prior to the start of the debate. Feel free to tell people not to open it until it’s time and I’m sure that they won’t. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE DEBATE STARTS TO BEGIN PUTTING THINGS ON YOUR DRIVE OR I WILL START YOUR PREP TIME WHEN THE ROUND IS SCHEDULED TO START. Also, don’t wait until the debate is scheduled to start to pee.

 

You should think about how the music you’re playing affects others’ ability to hear you. A lot of times, music playing during your speech if not accompanying some performative component is a distraction from or direct hindrance to understanding speech content.

 

Loud music before the debate is irritating. I’d be glad to lend you some headphones.

 

Don’t act offended because someone is debating you. That’s what they’re supposed to do. Disagreeing with you is not akin to disrespecting you. Quite the opposite, in fact.

 

 Consider how you’re tagging evidence. No one can flow your paragraph of mumbo-jumbo that precedes your French philosophy. Tags ought to communicate your interpretation of evidence to the judge, to demonstrate the way the evidence will be used. Tags are not story-time. If your tag is mega-long and uses a lot of high theory, plan to slow down so people can flow it.

 

 I will 100% discount evidence from weirdos. Astrologers talking about global warming or conspiracy theory websites will require deep defenses to stand up to someone merely asserting that they’re not qualified. Honestly, it’s probably not worth your time to defend them. A couple more pointed jokes will likely beat those too. The Internet has caused you all to cut some scandalously bad ev.

 

 4) DA-related info

 

 Politics UQ answers are so bad. Don’t expect me to interpret “Opposition exists” as “won’t pass” if the neg questions it. Everything in Washington has opposition. That doesn’t mean it won’t pass if they have evidence saying it will. You need to have some conclusive ev.

 

 I’m never voting on logical policymaker or a perm to a DA unless it’s dropped. Maybe not even then.

 

 Their new DA, whatever it is, probably has a terrible link.

 

 I would sacrifice a close family member to judge a good economic DA.

 

 5) CP-related info

 

 I still believe in limited counterplan competition. I believe counterplans should be textually and functionally competitive, not one or the other. I still rarely see this arg pursued against CP’s that clearly violate it.

 

 I’m defaulting to judge kick CP’s that are deemed non-competitive unless I’m told not to do so. That means if you’re aff, your answers to the net benefit cannot be all premised around the CP, but must also take into account the SQ.

 

 Nothing can flip presumption to the aff. Presumption is 100% neg. Change is scary.

 

 Don’t forget to review the basic plan vs. CP competition on a technical CP. This is probably your best perm answer (or perm arg if you’re aff). A lot of teams presume we know more about what the original plan was than we do.

 

 6) Case-related info

 

 Actually debating the case is good. Impact D is not actually debating the case. It’s a fair accompaniment to, but is not a substitute for, debating the harm and solvency. Solvency is where it’s at.

 

 Aff plans are too vague. Many would be circumvented as a result of the loopholes the wording of these plans allows. I love this stuff.

 

 7) Points

 

 My points are probably marginally higher than 2 years ago, but not substantially. I would guess I use a 28.5 as average now over a 28.3. 29’s are not common and you won’t get one unless you’re actually really good. I won’t give you one for being a senior, or for showing improvement or effort, or for being snarky and mean. I will give you one (or one plus some more) if you’re very good, technical, complete, display vision and clarity, handle the CX, perform the CX, and read and analyze evidence well. Excessive reading will not get the job done. Excessive slow rambling will not get the job done. Comprehensively replying to your opponents’ arguments is a must for a 29+. If you’re dropping key content, you’re a 28.9 at best. Organization is important. It doesn’t have to be line-by-line (although I have a slight preference for it, historically), but it had better have a logic that makes sense and flows well.

 

 I’m sure whatever is already in here is also fine and true. I dunno. I’m not re-reading it. END NEW CONTENT 2015

 

New addendums: I've adjusted my speaker point scale quite a bit in recent years. I think it's much higher than it used to be when people are good and maybe a little lower when people are bad. The additional variability allowed by the 1/10's system has given me more room to provide finer evaluations. 

I assert myself into the CX more than I used to. Blame Dallas. I always thought it was cool when he did that. I typically do this just to protect people from your rambling incoherent responses to questions. 

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Cheating of all kinds in debate is deserving of the deepest penalty we can level. I will vote against you and give you zero speaker points if you clip cards. I will not debate with you about clarity or unclarity. I will ask you directly what portions of a card were read and, if your response doesn't match the recorded evidence, I will level the punishment. I don't require the argument to be made in the debate. I will not necessarily be recording every debate, but I will record many. Any accusation of clipping will require recorded evidence to be prosecuted. 

I think most people already knew how I felt about this. I did want to clarify in case you're a cheater and want to stop preffing me bc you cheat. 

I like basically all styles of debate roughly equally. I think my points reveal a pretty well balanced rewarding of excellence on all sides of the ball. I think "topical version of the aff" and "knowledge is racially subjective" are just about equally difficult to beat. I think my points are often highest for "degree of difficulty" wins -- taking on tough issues eloquently and with style. A large component of my points are subjective -- I don't just give points to teams for "winning"; I also give points based on aesthetics. No rubric is going to alter that, at Wake or anywhere else. I think fast, technical debate can be pretty when combined with, say, humor, insight, intellect, and reason as much as I think performance style debate can be detail oriented when combined with penetrating analysis of the other teams arguments using the lens of their perspective on the world. These styles are, in my opinion, not fundamentally distinct, but different in emphasis. 

My points roughly lie in the norms of the Wake judging rubric (I may give slightly more 28.5's and slightly fewer 28.9's than they're suggesting, but, whatever). I wouldn't expect my points to either change much because of the rubric or vary much from it. I'm not going to pay real close attention to it as the numbers seem to indicate I'm basically on par at the moment. One thing to note: your best speech and THE best speech are two very different things. You might think you gave the best possible speech you could and I would still not rate that speech as a 29.9 or 30. It's not just possible, but entirely likely, that you are not capable of giving a perfect speech. That's ok. No one is perfect. 

Depth is almost always better than breadth, but I do expect people to answer arguments. I won't ever answer them for you. I don't care in what order you answer them or how clearly you signpost your answers or whatever (i.e. line-by-line as defined traditionally is not that crucial), but if you never answer an argument and expect me to intuit the answer for you, you're not likely to succeed. 

I judge a lot. I'm kinda grumpy, but it's not just you. I'll be expressive in debates, a lot of it will be negative; don't cry. I just don't like watching you be bad. Other parts where you're good I'll like a lot (hopefully).

Big picture issues: Debate is for the debaters. I won't tell you what to do and what not to do. I have voted for some terrible arguments. Almost every debate involves some argument I hate. I often vote for arguments I loathe. Don't spend your time trying to decide which arguments I like. You play to win the game. Where this contradicts with something I've said below, you do your thing.

Topicality: Is ok. You need an interp. It needs an impact. The aff needs a reason to prefer their interp, or to meet the negative's interp. I believe aff's deserve predictability as much as the negative does. More aff's should say that. T can be outweighed by substantive arguments against the interp, like that it causes biopower, the state, zphc, derrida, la-dee-da, etc. In the instance that the aff attempts to "outweigh T", the neg should further elaborate on the substantive impacts of their standards. They should also probably say T isn't like the holocaust.

Framework: Is ok. I believe any argument can be introduced and won in a debate, but I'm often convinced that the harm to doing so outweighs the benefits. These debates are often tied up in issues I've discussed in reference to T. See above. Aff's especially should IMPACT their framework arguments. If the K has a link, I'm probably not going to be persuaded that they're trying to play football with a baseball bat (wrong forum) and patently exclude their argument. I may however decide that the neg has lost their alt and that doing so means the margin of the link is outweighed by the affs advantages. However, it is also possible that the K just takes-out the aff solvency and harm claims and turns the case, in which case the neg would win. Many framework debates are, as a result, stupid.

Other theory: PICs, Dispo, Condi, ASPEC, CESPEC, alt text, multi actor, conditional CPs, international CPs, etc. are all ok. So are objections to them. They're like T to me: theoretical disads to the other team's conception of debate. Most of them, however, do not rise to the level of VI. Typically, I believe that they prove that the argument should not be considered, not that the team running the argument should lose. In most debates, these argument are asserted to be a VI and countered by an equally assertive response that they are not. In those instances, I agree, they aren't. Basically, explain the voter if you want to win on 'em. I won't punish your points for consulting because I'm not a douche.

DA's and CP's: If the CP solves 100% of the case, I typically believe that there is a risk of a link to the net benefit. I have been, on occassion, convinced otherwise, but these instances are few and far between. I do not think presumption flips aff in any instance. I can't imagine how it could. I'd need to hear an amazing argument in favor of doing so. Link turns need UQ. If the disad sounds too good to be true, it probably is. "Their evidence is from liars" could count as a zero risk argument for me if articulated well. I tend to believe that the SQ is always an option for the neg unless it is explicitly foregone in the CX or a speech. Plan-plus counterplans are abusive and many CP's are plan-plus. Textual competition is good and many CP's are not textually competitive. Again, these are predilections, not hard and fast rules. I've been persuaded against my beliefs in virtually every debate I've ever judged.

K's: Alt, alt alt. The aff usually loses because the neg lies about their alt and the aff almost always wins if they beat the alt. Realism is real is unhelpful. I rarely know why this argument links. See comments on framework above. The aff typically gets to weigh their impacts regardless of the fabricated nature of fiat. The instance that the aff loses the case because of the K is typically associated with some indict of a. the evidence b. the impact claim itself or c. the solvency. In those instances, winning that you get to weigh the aff is not helpful; you still have to defend it. Good link and impact illustration is always helpful. Why does the K access the aff harm? Why does the alt solve the case? I often leave K debates wondering these things and it'd be helpful to have these questions answered and asked by the debaters.

Performance: Is ok. I don't love it; I can't lie. A good topical performance used as evidence to support a policy conclusion can successfully defeat a lot of the substantive arguments against a case, but performance for performances sake, the non-topical, obfuscatory variety, does nothing to impress me. I'll vote on it. I'll consider the merits of the argument. I may even find parts of it witty and funny. But if you think I'm a member of your project because I worked at OU, you're probably wrong. P.S. don't run your bad version of the Churchill K or nihilism because you think it will get me on your side. It won't. Run what you're good at and do it well.

CX: Is good. I love a grilling CX. You should have an agenda and follow it. Ask a lot of questions. Set things up. Don't badger the witness and don't bore me. CX has a lot to do with the points I give. I will probably be on the Internet and reading and stuff during CX, but, trust me, I'm listening. It matters greatly that you do well here.

Speed and flowing: I judge a lot of debates. I've judged people way faster than you and I get it down when it is clear. I often ask for clarity and the debaters go right back to being incomprehensible. I'm not asking anymore. You'll be clear or you'll get bad points. Seperate your cards, cites, and tags with good vocal inflection or I won't understand you and I won't try anymore. You don't need to be as fast as most of you try to read. Many of you would be more efficient at 75-80% speed. Theory debates are notoriously too brief and too quick. I'll just ignore you if you do this. If you want to win a theory arg, slow down so I can flow it.

Evidence: I don't read a lot of evidence after debates. I don't usually need to. Asking me to read some evidence doesn't mean I will. I think evidence is a tool, not a weapon, and blanket extension of cards without talking about their contents doesn't make an argument. Use evidence to support arguments, not to make them. That said, unevidenced, but well reasoned arguments are good. I'm for it! I don't think only cards can be evidence; a good story, poem, allegory, song, dance, whatever, could be evidence too. Of course, cards can beat non-traditional evidence also.

Overviews: Honestly, I'm pretty tired of them. Most of them are a waste of your time. Typically they are some long unnecessary diatribe about components of the disad ignored by the aff that I already understand. If you have an overview, it ought to be functional and make an argument rather than just "explain the thesis" of the argument or preview why you are so awesome and the other team so dumb. Worthless overviews are a negative speaker point in my mind. More line-by-line, more cards, more content.

Prep time: Don't steal prep. Once the timer stops, everyone must stop filing, writing, typing, etc. until the speech begins. Don't cheat. That said, don't be annoying and take hours to give the order. When you stop the prep time, you'd better know where you're going.

Clipping/Cross-reading/Mis-marking: I hear that this is coming back. To prosecute cheating, the accusing team needs hard evidence. A time trial is not hard evidence. A recording of the speech must be presented. I will stop the debate, listen to the recording, and compare it to the evidence read. If cheating occurred, the offending debater and their partner will receive zero speaker points and a loss. I'd also encourage them to quit. I consider this offense to be more serious than fabricating evidence. It is an honor system that strikes at the very core of what we do here.

Sexist/Racist behavior: Is not ok. Under any circumstances. Ever. The line is often unclear, but don't do anything that could hurt someone else in debate. Diversity is the heart of the activity, it is only just now getting better, and we don't want to turn back the clock to the good ole bad ole days. I'd prefer evidence not use sexist language in their evidence too, but that's not the type of behavior I'm talking about here. I'm talking about debater-directed verbal or behavioral evidence of prejudice. I've never actually seen a debate where it happened, but if it did I'd want to do more than give the team a loss and zero points. I have anger management issues.

Humor: Is good. But if you aren't funny, don't press it. Be yourself. If you're just some debate machine, do that and do it well. Good natured humor can get you good points though. Oh, and making fun of me, my colleagues, my debaters, and my friends are all welcome. If you've got a good burn, bring it. Jokes about the quality of the other team's arguments can be persuasive evidence.

Full Judging Record

Tournament Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX Sextos Stuyvesant SD Greenhill AL Neg Neg on a 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX R6 Stuyvesant SD Bellarmine College Prep VR Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX R3 Moore LK Blue Valley Southwest HH Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX R2 Calhoun BF Kent Denver KK Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/3/2017 Open Round UTDal GB Kansas FM Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/3/2017 JV Round MisSta DA NorIow PL Aff
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV 10/21/2017 Open R6 UT Dallas KR Southern California DW Aff
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV 10/21/2017 Open R5 Texas CM Washington BT Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/13/2017 PD Octas Liberal Arts and Science AV Woodward SP Neg Neg on a 2-1
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/13/2017 PD R6 Niles North WI Greenhill EG Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/13/2017 PD R5 Montgomery Bell GH Peninsula JK Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/13/2017 PD R4 Greenhill ZT Winston Churchill AM Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/13/2017 PD R3 Katy Taylor BK Blue Valley West SN Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/13/2017 PD R2 Westminster RD Woodward SP Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/13/2017 PD R1 Salt Lake City West LN Peninsula JT Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open Double Georgia AR Wake Forest MR Aff Aff on a 3-0
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R7 UC Berkeley OP Trinity CP Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R6 Michigan State RW Kansas FM Aff
CNDI Bears Round Robin 8/15/2017 CX RR R4 Sandhu & Moon Partner & Chen Aff
CNDI Bears Round Robin 8/15/2017 CX RR R2 Luo & Zhao Huynh & Park Neg
CNDI Bears Round Robin 8/15/2017 CX RR R1 Reese & Reese Shi & Steinhart Aff
CAL National Debate Institute 7/12/2017 CX R5 Bears SG Bears PH Aff
CAL National Debate Institute 7/12/2017 CX R3 Beagles SF Orcas OP Aff
CAL National Debate Institute 7/12/2017 CX R2 Roos LL Herons CA Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 LD R5 Harvard-Westlake VC Dulles MK Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 LD R3 Greenhill SK Lynbrook NS Aff
National Debate Coaches Association National Championships 4/8/2017 POL DO Montgomery Bell GJ Greenhill EG Aff Aff on a 2-1
National Debate Coaches Association National Championships 4/8/2017 POL R5 Glenbrook South GS Austin CS Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championships 4/8/2017 POL R3 Westminster FA Peninsula TG Aff
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Double Harvard AM Georgetown KL Neg Neg on a 5-0
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Rutgers-Newark NM Georgetown KL Neg Neg on a 2-1
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Michigan DM Kansas BC Neg Aff on a 2-1
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Southern California BL Georgia AR Aff Aff on a 2-1
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Binghamton BS Pittsburgh CR Neg Neg on a 3-0
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Kansas HW United States Military CM Aff Aff on a 3-0
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Emory DP Trinity SY Aff Aff on a 2-1
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Gonzaga JS California, Berkeley MS Neg Neg on a 2-1
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Harvard AM Texas KS Aff Aff on a 2-1
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open DBLS California, Berkeley WG Wake Forest DM Aff Aff on a 4-1
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 8 California, Berkeley WG Weber State GT Aff
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 6 Michigan State RW Houston LS Aff
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 5 Wayne State HM Gonzaga SJ Neg
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 2 Mary Washington CL Iowa JP Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PEL R6 Pine Crest Preparatory JJ Westminster HB Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PEL R5 Baltimore City EY Montgomery Bell KR Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PEL R4 Westminster RM Woodward AH Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PEL R3 Jesuit Prep LR Pittsburgh Central Catholic WD Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PEL R2 Montgomery Bell BH Pine Crest Preparatory PR Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PEL R1 Caddo Magnet JR Peninsula TW Neg
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/21/2017 Open Qtrs UT Dallas AR Northern Iowa KM Aff Aff on a 3-0
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/21/2017 Open R7 Kansas FS Missouri - Kansas City KS Neg
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/21/2017 JV R3 Cornell MS Emporia State MW Aff
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/21/2017 Open R2 UT Dallas GV Northern Iowa KM Neg
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/21/2017 Open R1 Kansas FK Texas KM Aff
Harvard Westlake Debates 1/12/2017 POL Rd3 University HS, Irvine LL Notre Dame HS - Sherman Oaks MP Neg
Harvard Westlake Debates 1/12/2017 POL Rd2 Notre Dame HS - Sherman Oaks DP Damien JB Aff
Harvard Westlake Debates 1/12/2017 POL Rd1 Peninsula JL Notre Dame HS - Sherman Oaks OU Neg
William DeMougeot Debates 1/6/2017 JV Finals Kansas City Kansas CC SO UT Dallas BS Aff Aff on a 2-1
William DeMougeot Debates 1/6/2017 Open Octs Iowa RW Baylor SW Neg Neg on a 2-1
William DeMougeot Debates 1/6/2017 Open R6 Kansas City Kansas CC WW Iowa RW Neg
William DeMougeot Debates 1/6/2017 Open R4 Texas JW Missouri - Kansas City HC Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/6/2017 Open R3 NYU BC Iowa PJ Neg
William DeMougeot Debates 1/6/2017 Open R1 Baylor SW UT Dallas AR Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2017 OPEN R6 Iowa RW Kansas City Kansas CC SW Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2017 OPEN R5 Missouri - Kansas City MS Houston GJ Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2017 OPEN R4 UT Dallas BJ Houston PS Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2017 OPEN R1 Texas JW Northern Iowa MK Aff
Alta Silver and Black 12/1/2016 CX Double Rowland Hall-St. Mark's BM Copper Hills BN Aff Aff on a 3-0
Alta Silver and Black 12/1/2016 CX R6 Logan SF Cypress Bay BB Neg
Alta Silver and Black 12/1/2016 CX R4 Cypress Bay KK Rowland Hall-St. Mark's DD Aff
Alta Silver and Black 12/1/2016 CX R1 St. Vincent De Paul CB Gulliver Prep MP Neg
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VCX R5 Kent Denver KK Westwood NG Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VCX R3 Blue Valley Southwest KL Homestead MK Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VCX R1 Whitney M. Young Magnet FS Damien RY Neg
The Meadows Invitational 10/28/2016 Pol Semis Woodward AH Greenhill SK Aff Aff on a 3-0
The Meadows Invitational 10/28/2016 Pol Quarte Kinkaid BR St. Vincent De Paul HP Aff Aff on a 2-1
The Meadows Invitational 10/28/2016 Pol Octos Woodward AH West AB Aff Aff on a 3-0
The Meadows Invitational 10/28/2016 Pol R6 Loyola CS Greenhill SK Neg
The Meadows Invitational 10/28/2016 Pol R5 Rowland Hall-St. Mark's BM Woodward MR Neg
The Meadows Invitational 10/28/2016 Pol R3 Nevada Union MA Woodward AS Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 PD Octas Montgomery Bell JC Kinkaid BR Aff Aff on a 2-1
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 PD R6 Blue Valley West BN Peninsula TW Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 PD R4 Notre Dame HS - Sherman Oaks AR Montgomery Bell RK Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 PD R3 Peninsula JK Notre Dame HS - Sherman Oaks MP Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 PD R2 Kapaun Mount Carmel EH Montgomery Bell JC Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2016 Nov Semis Vanderbilt LR Illinois HP Neg Neg on a 3-0
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2016 Open R6 Wichita State CW Northern Iowa KM Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2016 Open R5 Wake Forest AS Kansas BC Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2016 Open R1 Georgetown LK Baylor BC Aff
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 Open Octos Kansas Robinson & Bell Baylor Sheaff & Walberg Aff Aff on a 3-0
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 Open 2x Wichita State Crane & Welch Central Oklahoma Colen & Colquitt Aff Aff on a 2-1
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 Open R8 North Texas Rowe & Proal Kansas City Kansas CC Willett & Williams Aff
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 Open R5 Central Oklahoma Flake & Meeker Arizona State Chowdhury & Kats Aff
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 Open R1 UT Dallas Becker & Johnson Kansas Fort & Atkins Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 CX Qrtrs Highland Park (Dallas) CM Liberal Arts and Science Academy - LBJ MV Aff Aff on a 2-1
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 CX Octos Winston Churchill MW Highland Park (Dallas) CM Neg Neg on a 3-0
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 CX R3 Liberal Arts and Science Academy - LBJ MV College Prep MM Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 CX R2 College Prep HC WB Ray SS Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 CX R1 Hebron KF Liberal Arts and Science Academy - LBJ AC Neg
GDI 6 Week RR 7/28/2016 R7 Wilson & Ramesh Yoon & Vargas Aff Aff on a 2-1
GDI 6 Week RR 7/28/2016 R4 Tieu & Johnson Aoki & Sun Neg
GDI 6 Week RR 7/28/2016 R1 Cho & Shan Devavrat & Venkataraman Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/19/2016 Vars O SHNEPDO LA Original Glasers PS Aff Aff on a 2-1
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/19/2016 Stars S MY CROSS-X OB Original Glasers CA Neg Aff on a 2-1
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/19/2016 Champ R6 Xióng NF Xióng CM Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/19/2016 Champ R5 Xióng NM Xióng DV Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/19/2016 Stars R3 Mao's Cows HD Original Glasers CA Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/19/2016 Stars R2 Mao's Cows FS MY CROSS-X NV Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/19/2016 Stars R1 Mao's Cows SZ MY CROSS-X TH Neg
CNDI Camp Tournament 7/6/2016 CX R5 Honey Bears JW Honey Badgers KM Neg
CNDI Camp Tournament 7/6/2016 CX R2 Panthers BS Red Pandas MM Aff
Novice Round Up 4/29/2016 CX R7 Pine Crest Preparatory CD Mountain Brook SD Aff Aff on a 2-0
Novice Round Up 4/29/2016 CX R6 Fullerton Union KG Jesuit TF Aff
Novice Round Up 4/29/2016 CX R5 Casady CA Kealing Middle SM Aff Aff on a 2-0
Novice Round Up 4/29/2016 CX R4 Pine Crest Preparatory BJ Jesuit KW Aff Aff on a 2-0
Novice Round Up 4/29/2016 CX R3 Highland Park (Dallas) KM Casady WC Aff Aff on a 2-0
Novice Round Up 4/29/2016 CX R1 Woodward MR Jesuit MA Aff Aff on a 2-0
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship 4/9/2016 POL Octos Peninsula TW University BM Aff Aff on a 3-0
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship 4/9/2016 POL R6 Damien MP Rowland Hall-St. Mark's GL Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship 4/9/2016 POL R5 Berkeley Prep SS Skyline AA Aff
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship 4/9/2016 POL R2 Blake NW Montgomery Bell KR Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship 4/9/2016 POL R1 Blue Valley Southwest ZF Highland Park (Dallas) CM Aff
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Octos Harvard SH United States Military BS Aff Aff on a 5-0
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Round Southern California BL Georgetown KL Neg Aff on a 2-1
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Round Binghamton CH Mary Washington CW Neg Neg on a 3-0
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Round Gonzaga BJ Binghamton BS Aff Aff on a 3-0
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Round Baylor BZ Gonzaga SW Aff Aff on a 3-0
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open Trips Arizona State QR George Mason DM Neg Neg on a 3-0
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open RD 8 Arizona State QR James Madison MC Aff
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open RD 7 Johnson County Community GP UNLV BT Aff
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open RD 3 Binghamton AS James Madison BS Aff
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open RD 2 Arizona State CR Florida/United States Military AC Aff
District IIIMAC Championship 2/19/2016 D3 R8 Texas CS Johnson County Community OS Aff
District IIIMAC Championship 2/19/2016 D3 R7 North Texas CS Trinity RS Neg
District IIIMAC Championship 2/19/2016 D3 R5 Kansas Co Baylor BZ Neg
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO Double Harvard BD Baylor BZ Aff Neg on a 3-2
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R6 Weber State GT Harvard MD Aff
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R4 Texas KS North Texas RM Aff
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R3 Harvard BD Binghamton BS Aff
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R2 Kansas WH Texas MB Aff
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R1 Wake Forest MS Baylor BC Neg
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/23/2016 Open R9 Kansas HW Wichita State CW Aff Aff on a 2-1
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/23/2016 Open R8 Missouri State BR UT Dallas SY Aff Aff on a 3-0
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/23/2016 Open R6 Wichita State LR Johnson County Community OP Neg
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/23/2016 Open R5 UT Dallas SP Wichita State CW Neg
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/23/2016 Open R2 Northern Iowa HS Kansas City Kansas CC UW Aff
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/23/2016 Open R1 UT Dallas BJ Kansas SW Neg
JW Patterson Invitational at Heritage Hall 1/16/2016 VCX Finals Liberal Arts and Science CM Little Rock Central WW Neg Neg on a 2-1
JW Patterson Invitational at Heritage Hall 1/16/2016 VCX Quarte Moore CM Lincoln Prep BM Neg Neg on a 3-0
JW Patterson Invitational at Heritage Hall 1/16/2016 VCX Rd 6 Bentonville MV Little Rock Central WW Neg
JW Patterson Invitational at Heritage Hall 1/16/2016 VCX Rd 5 Barstow FM Grapevine SP Aff
JW Patterson Invitational at Heritage Hall 1/16/2016 VCX Rd 2 Moore HA Liberal Arts and Science MS Neg
JW Patterson Invitational at Heritage Hall 1/16/2016 VCX Rd 1 Moore CM Jenks LM Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/7/2016 Open Octs Wichita State SO Texas DJ Aff Aff on a 3-0
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2016 OPEN Octos Texas DJ Wichita State SO Neg Neg on a 3-0
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 VCX Sextos Montgomery Bell RK Chicago Lab Schools CR Aff Aff on a 3-0
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 VCX R6 Blake NW Woodward AS Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open OCTA Baylor BZ Vermont BL Aff Aff on a 4-1
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open DBLS West Georgia MS Kansas CB Neg Neg on a 4-1
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 8 Gonzaga BJ Weber State GT Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 2 Southern California SS Michigan KM Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/6/2015 Open Octas Mis- MK Kansas KR Neg Neg on a 3-0
The Meadows Invitational 10/30/2015 Pol Finals Notre Dame CP Rowland Hall-St. Mark's LG Aff Aff on a 3-0
The Meadows Invitational 10/30/2015 Pol Quarte Peninsula TW Rowland Hall-St. Mark's LG Aff
The Meadows Invitational 10/30/2015 Pol Octos Rowland Hall-St. Mark's LG Greenhill MW Aff Aff on a 3-0
The Meadows Invitational 10/30/2015 Pol R5 Woodward AS Notre Dame PP Aff
The Meadows Invitational 10/30/2015 Pol R1 Notre Dame CS College Prep DM Neg
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open Sems United States Military BC Southern California SS Neg Neg on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open Octas United States Military BC Texas CS Aff Aff on a 2-1
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open R6 Baylor BC Texas CS Aff
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open R5 Kansas HW Gonzaga BM Aff
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open R3 Sacramento State DG Southern California SS Neg
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open R2 Texas HW West Georgia CC Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/19/2015 CX Quarte RowHal LG GleSou CA Neg Aff on a 2-1
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/19/2015 CX Double WesSch CK Hendri WS Aff Aff on a 3-0
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/19/2015 CX R5 Hendri BW Penins TW Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/19/2015 CX R3 Damien JR Penins JK Neg
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN Octos Kansas HeWa Baylor BZ Neg Neg on a 3-0
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 2x California, Berkeley SW UT Dallas BF Aff Aff on a 3-0
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 8 Central Oklahoma GS Weber State RV Aff
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 6 Weber State GT California, Berkeley SM Neg
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 5 Northern Iowa HS Baylor BZ Neg
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 3 Binghamton BS UT Dallas BF Neg
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 2 North Texas MS Weber State OP Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/22/2015 Schol R6 Anonymous JaMa Anonymous DJ Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/22/2015 Schol R5 Anonymous FZ Anonymous HS Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/22/2015 Open R5 Holy Schmitt PM Rage Against The Machine ML Aff
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/22/2015 Schol R3 Anonymous AB Anonymous ES Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/22/2015 Open R3 19db84 SD Snaps4Surveillance TK Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/22/2015 Schol R1 Anonymous GM Anonymous BR Neg
Gonzaga Debate Institute Tournament 7/22/2015 Open R1 Rage Against The Machine TA Oculus LP Aff
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open Octos Harvard BS Towson TW Aff Aff on a 4-1
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open R8 Baylor BB West Georgia GR Neg Neg on a 3-0
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open R4 KCKCC CN Georgetown KK Neg Neg on a 2-1
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open R3 Gonzaga SW Binghamton HS Aff Neg on a 2-1
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open R2 Georgetown EK KCKCC GJ Aff Aff on a 3-0
CEDA Nationals Wichita State 3/20/2015 Open Semi Kansas City Kansas CC CN Towson TW Neg Neg on a 5-0
CEDA Nationals Wichita State 3/20/2015 Open Semi Kansas City Kansas CC CN Towson TW Neg Neg on a 5-0
CEDA Nationals Wichita State 3/20/2015 Open Qtrs West Georgia GR Kansas HR Neg Neg on a 4-1
CEDA Nationals Wichita State 3/20/2015 Open Octa Kansas CK CUNY AM Neg Neg on a 4-1
CEDA Nationals Wichita State 3/20/2015 Open Dbls Weber State HT Kansas FG Aff Aff on a 2-1
CEDA Nationals Wichita State 3/20/2015 Open Trip Wichita State SW Kansas City Kansas CC GJ Neg Neg on a 3-0
CEDA Nationals Wichita State 3/20/2015 Open Rd 7 Kansas FG Texas KS Aff
CEDA Nationals Wichita State 3/20/2015 Open Rd 6 Weber State LM Washington MP Neg
District III Mid America Championships 2/27/2015 D3 R6 Kansas City Kansas CC CN UT Dallas BF Aff Aff on a 2-1
District III Mid America Championships 2/27/2015 D3 R3 UT San Antonio PN Wichita State SW Aff
District III Mid America Championships 2/27/2015 D3 R1 Houston BT UT Dallas LO Neg
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO Double Michigan Morgan & Krakoff Texas Kilpatrick & Stransky Aff Aff on a 5-0
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R5 Houston Jennings & Jennings Texas Segura & Jones Neg
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R4 Wake Forest Sugino & Cronin Weber State Hendricks & Tippets Neg
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R3 San Francisco State Binley & Carey Georgetown Louvis & McCoy Neg
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/24/2015 Open Octas Kansas BC Concordia College SS Aff Aff on a 3-0
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/24/2015 Open Double UT San Antonio NP North Texas AK Neg Neg on a 2-1
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/24/2015 Open Round UT Dallas BP UT San Antonio AW Aff
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/24/2015 Open Round Concordia College DR Kansas FG Neg
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/24/2015 Open Round Kansas BC UT Dallas BF Aff
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/24/2015 Open Round Kansas MW ESU LM Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/8/2015 Open Octos Texas SK Houston BT Aff Aff on a 3-0
William DeMougeot Debates 1/8/2015 Open R7 Kansas BC Texas SK Neg
William DeMougeot Debates 1/8/2015 Open R6 Trinity TV Baylor MS Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/8/2015 Open R5 Emporia State GH NYU IZ Neg
William DeMougeot Debates 1/8/2015 Open R4 UT San Antonio NP Texas DM Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/8/2015 Open R3 Baylor WE Kansas GM Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/8/2015 Open R1 Kansas MW Johnson County Community College CD Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/5/2015 OPEN Quarte UT Dallas LO Wichita State MO Aff Aff on a 3-0
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/5/2015 OPEN Octos Wichita State MO Kansas GM Aff Aff on a 2-1
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/5/2015 OPEN R7 Kansas KR UT Dallas BF Neg
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/5/2015 OPEN R5 Kansas BC North Texas CS Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/5/2015 OPEN R4 Wichita State MO Kansas MW Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/5/2015 JV R3 Missouri - Kansas City NC Houston MB Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/5/2015 JV R2 Houston HM Lindenwood DJ Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/5/2015 OPEN R1 Trinity DU Emporia State HG Aff
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN OCTS Missouri - Kansas City AF Georgetown LM Neg Neg on a 4-1
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN DBLS Vermont BL Michigan AP Neg Neg on a 4-1
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN R8 Wayne State NS Gonzaga SN Neg
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN R7 Central Oklahoma FH Gonzaga SW Neg
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN R6 Georgetown LM Iowa KL Aff
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 10/31/2014 JV Quarte UTDal PB JohCou MD Neg Neg on a 3-0
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 10/31/2014 Open Round UTDal LS WicSta MR Aff
Harvard Debate Costume Contest and Tournament 10/25/2014 Open Round Wake Forest DL California, Berkeley SM Aff
Harvard Debate Costume Contest and Tournament 10/25/2014 Open Round Kansas HR Wake Forest LS Neg
Harvard Debate Costume Contest and Tournament 10/25/2014 Open Round Samford BH Nevada Las Vegas GV Neg
Harvard Debate Costume Contest and Tournament 10/25/2014 Open Round Kansas CK Cal State Fullerton DG Aff
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open Semis Texas SK Kansas HR Aff Aff on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open Quarte Iowa KL Baylor EZ Neg Neg on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open Octos Arizona State ChRa Iowa HS Neg Neg on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open Double Texas SC Kansas MW Neg Aff on a 2-1
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open R4 Pepperdine CH Fresno State PS Neg
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open R3 San Francisco State LB Augustana College TM Aff
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open R2 Iowa KL Kansas MW Neg
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open R1 Nevada Las Vegas KO Wyoming HT Aff
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN Finals Northwestern MV Harvard BS Neg Neg on a 2-1
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN Sems Harvard BS Georgetown LM Aff Aff on a 3-0
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN Qtrs Emory KS Harvard BS Neg Neg on a 2-1
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN Octas Liberty CE Wake Forest LS Neg Aff on a 3-2
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN Dbls Georgia GH Wake Forest AD Aff Neg on a 3-2
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN OPEN 6 Wake Forest CV Liberty CE Neg
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 2x Towson JR Iowa HS Aff Aff on a 3-0
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 6 California, Berkeley SW Weber State CS Aff
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 5 Kansas NR Arizona State CaRa Aff
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 3 Texas BS Binghamton HS Neg
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 1 North Texas MF Towson TW Neg
GDI Camp Tournament 7/24/2014 Schol Rd 6 Aquarius TP Sharknado/Aquarius CD Neg
GDI Camp Tournament 7/24/2014 Open R5 Lt. Dannys JM Caribbean Queens HY Aff
GDI Camp Tournament 7/24/2014 Open R3 Caribbean Queens HG Flying Squid WB Aff
GDI Camp Tournament 7/24/2014 Schol R2 Sharknado JZ Aquarius TB Neg
GDI Camp Tournament 7/24/2014 Open R1 Flying Squid HS Lt. Dannys CW Neg
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open Octos Iowa HK Houston LR Neg Neg on a 7-0
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open Doubl Liberty CE Harvard BS Neg Neg on a 3-2
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open 8 Liberty CE MaryWash MP Neg Neg on a 3-0
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open 7 UTDallas LO Vermon BB Neg Aff on a 2-1
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open 6 Towson TW Houston LR Neg Neg on a 3-0
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open 2 Emory JS Binghmtn CH Aff Aff on a 3-0
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open 1 ASU CR Dartmouth CC Aff Aff on a 3-0
CEDA Nats Indiana 3/21/2014 Dbls Liberty CE Kansas KS Neg Neg on a 4-1
CEDA Nats Indiana 3/21/2014 Trip Towson TW Kansas State MR Aff Aff on a 3-0
CEDA Nats Indiana 3/21/2014 Rd 8 Florida FP Gonzaga EC Aff
CEDA Nats Indiana 3/21/2014 Rd 7 Cal State Fullerton RR Binghamton RS Aff
CEDA Nats Indiana 3/21/2014 Rd 6 Augustana College RT Rochester TP Aff
CEDA Nats Indiana 3/21/2014 Rd 5 Rutgers-Newark HS Vanderbilt AJ Aff
NDT District 3 Qualifier and MAC 2/28/2014 D3 D3 8 UNT QS Texas CM Aff
NDT District 3 Qualifier and MAC 2/28/2014 D3 D3 5 JCCC BN UTD LO Neg
NDT District 3 Qualifier and MAC 2/28/2014 D3 D3 4 Houston LR UNT AK Aff
Texas Open 2/8/2014 TXO Semis Wake Forest LeDuc & Washington Harvard Suo & Bolman Neg Aff on a 4-1
Texas Open 2/8/2014 TXO Octas Towson Thomas & Whitley Mary Washington McElhinny & Pacheco Neg Neg on a 5-0
Texas Open 2/8/2014 TXO Double Texas Chowdhury & Malone West Georgia Ard & Muhammad Aff Neg on a 2-1
Texas Open 2/8/2014 TXO R5 Kansas Bevens & Miller Houston Alexander & Beane Neg
Texas Open 2/8/2014 TXO R3 Towson Johnson & Ruffin Kansas Carey & Duff Aff
Texas Open 2/8/2014 TXO R2 Southern California Purk & Vitzileos Emory Jones & Sigalos Neg
Marie Hochmuth RR Pittsburgh 1/25/2014 PITT R7 Texas MF Minnes EC Neg
Marie Hochmuth RR Pittsburgh 1/25/2014 PITT R1 Michig HK Kansas CB Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/9/2014 Open Octos Kansas BM Texas CM Aff Neg on a 2-1
William DeMougeot Debates 1/9/2014 Open Doubl Indiana PS Kansas BM Neg Neg on a 3-0
William DeMougeot Debates 1/9/2014 Open 6 Houston LR Kansas HW Aff
UTD 1/5/2014 OPEN OPEN O Wyoming MP Texas KS Neg Neg on a 3-0
UTD 1/5/2014 OPEN OPEN D Wyoming BC Texas DS Neg Neg on a 3-0
UTD 1/5/2014 OPEN OPEN 7 Wyoming HJ Kansas BC Neg
UTD 1/5/2014 OPEN OPEN 6 K-State JS Baylor BE Neg
UTD 1/5/2014 OPEN OPEN 5 Houston LR Wyoming MP Aff
UTD 1/5/2014 OPEN OPEN 2 MoState CR Wyoming FT Neg
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN QTRS West Georgia AM Towson RJ Aff Aff on a 3-2
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN DBLS Rutgers-Newark SR Texas FM Aff Aff on a 5-0
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN R7 Towson RJ Minnesota CE Aff
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN R6 Emory KL Texas ST Aff
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN R5 Dartmouth College CC Wayne State NW Aff
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN R4 Michigan BJ Gonzaga GS Aff
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/1/2013 Open Semis KSU SS Kansas FG Neg Neg on a 3-0
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/1/2013 Open Quarte KSU SS Kansas HR Aff Aff on a 3-0
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/1/2013 Open Octas Kansas HR UMKC CW Neg Aff on a 2-1
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/1/2013 JV Round KCKCC FG JCCC SW Aff
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/1/2013 Open Round Kansas CD Texas KS Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/1/2013 Open Round Dartmouth CM Minnesota JW Aff
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/1/2013 Open Round Kansas HR Emporia BT Aff
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/19/2013 Open Octs Trinity RS Fresno St AL Neg Neg on a 2-1
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/19/2013 Open 2x Texas DS Trinity VY Aff Aff on a 2-1
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/19/2013 Open Round Texas BJ Gonzaga CK Aff
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/19/2013 Open Round Texas CM USC HS Aff
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/19/2013 Open Round Texas KS Baylor MS Neg
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn QTRS Towson JR Northwestern VM Neg Neg on a 5-0
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn OCTS Rutgers-Newark SR Michigan CH Aff Aff on a 5-0
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn DBLS Fresno State HT Northwestern VM Neg Neg on a 4-1
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 8 Mary Washington MP Rutgers-Newark SR Neg
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 7 Emory KM Liberty CE Aff
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 6 Northwestern VM Fresno State HT Aff
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 4 Emory JS Michigan MK Aff
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 3 Houston JJ Concordia College BS Neg
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 2 Kansas KS Houston LB Neg
2013 Baby Jo Memorial 9/14/2013 OPEN Sems Kansas BiCa Wake Forest DL Aff Aff on a 3-0
2013 Baby Jo Memorial 9/14/2013 JV Qrtrs KCKCC MJ Augustana AR Aff Neg on a 2-1
2013 Baby Jo Memorial 9/14/2013 OPEN Qrtrs KCKCC CG Northwestern MV Neg Neg on a 3-0
2013 Baby Jo Memorial 9/14/2013 OPEN 8 Mo State HR UNLV JS Neg
2013 Baby Jo Memorial 9/14/2013 OPEN 6 Kansas GR UCO HB Neg
2013 Baby Jo Memorial 9/14/2013 OPEN 5 Wake Forest LM Stanford GR Neg
2013 Baby Jo Memorial 9/14/2013 OPEN 3 UMKC JW Baylor BB Neg
2013 Baby Jo Memorial 9/14/2013 OPEN 2 Kansas MN USC PV Neg
2013 Baby Jo Memorial 9/14/2013 OPEN 1 Trinity HM Gonzaga SF Neg
CEDA Nationals at Idaho State University 3/22/2013 0 Qtrs Kansas CG UT-Ant NS Aff Aff on a 3-0
CEDA Nationals at Idaho State University 3/22/2013 0 Octas Towson WH UDC-CC BS Aff Aff on a 3-0
CEDA Nationals at Idaho State University 3/22/2013 0 Trips Kansas CG Rochester BL Aff Aff on a 3-0
CEDA Nationals at Idaho State University 3/22/2013 0 r8 JohCou BN Los Rios JL Aff
CEDA Nationals at Idaho State University 3/22/2013 0 r7 NorIow SS Kansas DS Aff
CEDA Nationals at Idaho State University 3/22/2013 0 r6 125 PugSou MS Neg
District 3 Qualifier Mid America Championship 2/22/2013 D3 Round JohCou C MisSta B Neg
District 3 Qualifier Mid America Championship 2/22/2013 D3 Round UCeOkl A JohCou C Aff
District 3 Qualifier Mid America Championship 2/22/2013 D3 Round UHoust A UTDal LV Neg
William R DeMougeot Debates UNT 1/9/2013 Open Doubl BC KM Michigan CM Neg Neg on a 2-1
William R DeMougeot Debates UNT 1/9/2013 Open 7 UTSA NS Michigan BJ Neg
Fear and loathing in Dallas 1/5/2013 OPEN Octas Towson JR Texas FS Neg Neg on a 3-0
Fear and loathing in Dallas 1/5/2013 OPEN Doubl UMKC AB WestGa GM Neg Neg on a 2-1
Fear and loathing in Dallas 1/5/2013 OPEN 7 NorthTx MQ FigBow\Emory BM Aff
Fear and loathing in Dallas 1/5/2013 OPEN 5 Houston AJ NorthTx MO Neg
Fear and loathing in Dallas 1/5/2013 OPEN 3 Houston BR UMKC AG Neg
Fear and loathing in Dallas 1/5/2013 OPEN 2 Minnesota BM UTSA CR Aff
Fear and loathing in Dallas 1/5/2013 OPEN 1 MissouriStat CH 100 Neg
Franklin R. Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/8/2012 - Quarte GTown AM Emporia CW Aff Aff on a 3-0
Franklin R. Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/8/2012 - 8 Emporia CW Northwestern KM Neg
Franklin R. Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/8/2012 - 6 Wayne LM Samford AS Aff
Franklin R. Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/8/2012 - 5 ASU RV Towson HW Neg
Franklin R. Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/8/2012 - 4 Michigan BJ Bard DJ Aff
University of Central Oklahoma Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/2/2012 Open Open F Texas BK UMKC BS Neg Neg on a 2-1
University of Central Oklahoma Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/2/2012 Open Open S Kansas CG UMKC BS Neg Neg on a 3-0
University of Central Oklahoma Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/2/2012 JV JV Qua UTSA MX KCKCC GL Neg Neg on a 2-1
University of Central Oklahoma Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/2/2012 JV JV Oct Wyoming FJ KCKCC GL Neg Neg on a 2-1
University of Central Oklahoma Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/2/2012 Open Open 6 Kansas BR UTDallas VW Neg
University of Central Oklahoma Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/2/2012 Open Open 5 Kansas HS Texas CM Neg
University of Central Oklahoma Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/2/2012 Open Open 4 UCO DV JCCC CP Neg
University of Central Oklahoma Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/2/2012 Open Open 2 MOState CP Kansas KM Aff
University of Central Oklahoma Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/2/2012 Open Open 1 Kansas HW UTDallas LV Aff
57th Pflaum Debates at ESU 10/19/2012 OPEN Open E Kansas DW KState BM Aff Aff on a 3-0
57th Pflaum Debates at ESU 10/19/2012 OPEN Open 5 UMKC CW Concordia NW Neg
57th Pflaum Debates at ESU 10/19/2012 OPEN Open 4 UCO AB KState BM Neg
57th Pflaum Debates at ESU 10/19/2012 OPEN Open 2 Concordia BS Wichita DO Aff
57th Pflaum Debates at ESU 10/19/2012 JV JV 1 KCKCC BL JCCC BC Aff
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open OpenSe Kansas CG Texas GM Neg Neg on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open OpenQr Michigan HL Texas GM Neg Neg on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open OpenOc Kansas FS Texas GM Neg Neg on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open Open2x Fullerton CT JCCC CP Aff Aff on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open Open7 Kansas DW Michigan CM Neg
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open Open5 Michigan HL Fullerton MR Aff
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open Open4 WCSU AE Baylor BE Aff
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open Open3 UTD LV USC PT Neg
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open Open1 ASU MV Wyoming BJ Aff
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP OpenSe UMKC AG Emporia CW Neg Neg on a 2-1
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP OpenQr Texas GM MoState BR Aff Aff on a 3-0
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP OpenOc Emporia CW UNT MQ Aff Aff on a 3-0
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP Open2x Kansas BR Texas FL Neg Neg on a 3-0
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP Open8 UTSA NS Kansas KS Neg
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP Open7 Kansas CaGr CSUF BS Aff
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP Open6 Baylor BB UMKC AG Neg
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP Open5 Emporia CW CSUF CT Aff
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP Open4 Weber GO IllSt HO Aff
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP Open3 Kansas BR ASU DM Aff