Risha Bhattacharjee Paradigm

Last changed 12/14 3:34P EDT

Yes put me on the email chain: Risha[dot]X[dot]Bhattacharjee[at]gmail[dot]com and I prefer this to pocketbox although you do you. I'd appreciate it if after the last corresponding rebuttal each side puts together a doc of all relevant cards and sends it to me even before I ask but no worries if you forget.

Philosophy last updated December 2016 (goal is to include trends I've noticed in my judging and also new opinions I've noticed myself start developing as I judge a lot, although some of these opinions haven't necessarily played out in my judging yet).

General Things 

TLDR: I don't really care what you do. I am most familiar with "policy" arguments and do research in high school and college more on the "policy"-side of things, but I judge a lot of different types of arguments, so my familiarity with those is growing quickly.

My own background: I debated at Coppell High School in Dallas for 4 years and then the University of Texas for 5 years, and am now coaching at Georgia State University and Wayzata High School. This will be my third year of judging college debate and eighth year judging high school debate. I typically judge a LOT of debate rounds every year. I was a 1A/2N for most of college, and most of my 2NRs were counterplan/politics or framework.  I did debate for UT/in D3, so I had my fair share of “K-debates". I found myself personally going a bit more “left” (with a particular interest in arguments about gender) in my last year of debate, but that was more in terms of opinion and not actually argumentative choices, and I still ended my career going for mostly "policy" arguments. I have generally viewed debate as a game, but can understand why others do not see it that way, and am open to alternate views of the activity. 

Top-level: You should do what you do best, and I'll reciprocate by trying my best to approach the debate with an open mind. I really don't care what kind/type of arguments you choose to make. I find that teams have much more success when their judge adaptation involves accounting for specific things a judge might think about a certain argument, instead of just choosing to make a different argument altogether. Do what you do best. The only caveat is you should not say things like "racism/sexism good". 

I think that racism and sexism (and other forms of exclusion) are problems in the debate community, but am uncertain as to what I think is the best way to combat forms of exclusion. I do think that debaters are required by the nature of the activity to contest arguments that their opponents make, and that there is value in that contestation. That being said, I think certain things are uncontestable - like I said above, impact turning a form of exclusion is not going to fly. I also dislike it when people try to dispute claims about debate as an activity being racist, sexist, ableist, etc. At this point, I honestly think it's violent to say a certain form of exclusion does not exist in debate, esp to people whose identity forces them to face that exclusion on a daily basis. That is different than, for example, contesting the claim that requiring a topical plan furthers those forms of exclusion.

I’ll ask to be included in any email chains, but I will not open the speech docs in most situations until the debate is over, because imo reading along lessens the impact that good communication would otherwise have on my decision. 

I generally don’t think it counts as prep when someone is saving a speech doc to a jump drive, etc. 

Pet peeves: “Always already” and “debate space” - i.e. redundancy. 

Card Clipping: Like I said above, I won’t open speech docs before/during a speech. So it’s impossible for me to follow along as a debater is reading. That’s just something to keep in mind if you want to call out another team for clipping cards. So, make sure there’s video if you want to make an accusation. I do think that card-clipping is absolutely unacceptable, and if an accusation is made, I will immediately stop the debate to resolve the dispute. If an individual is determined to have clipped cards, they will receive zero speaker points and the team will get an automatic loss. If it is determined that card-clipping did not occur, then I will assign speaker points based on what has happened in the debate so far, and assign the loss to the team who made the accusation. Purposefully being unclear just to get through a card faster is not much different from clipping cards. Since I obviously cannot decide intent, if you are unclear/it is hard to tell if you read a certain part of a card, I will err on the side of you did not.

I appreciate it when people tell me at the top of their last rebuttals what an RFD for them would look like.

I will not yell clear if I cannot understand you (I think that's just as interventionist as a judge yelling "smarter" and I do not share the same views as Dallas Perkins on that subject). So don't assume I'll let you know if I can't understand you....although the lack of typing should probably tip you off.

On a somewhat similar note, if I look confused, it is probably tech related or possibly just how my face usually looks. I rarely (knowingly) react physically when unconvinced by an argument. 

Asking a team what cards were or were not read in a speech doc is either cross-x time or prep time, unless their speech doc is egregiously terribad (a standard to be somewhat arbitrarily determined by me).

(Please note that this next thing is really not a big deal, I'm just letting you know in case it helps, but I don't expect any one to adapt in any way to this). -I don't really try to line things up from speech-to-speech while flowing. This is really just how things play out because of the kinds of debate I tend to judge. On that note, in almost any possible situation, no matter what you say, I will almost certainly just flow a speech on a specific argument straight down. Just to be clear, I will obviously still separate off case positions and 1ac pages onto separate pages. But if you're like "I'm going to start with the perm and then this thing and then blah" or whatever else, I'll probably ignore you. You can still say it for the purpose of the other team or your partner or out of spite etc., but just know that I will keep flowing straight down because roadmaps seem to be more like New Year's resolutions than actual truth. 

Links are not case arguments. Neither are random framework args. In a K or framework debate, please please please save us all the trouble and just read the links on the same page as the actual arg. I like case arguments but I like being honest about not having specific case args even more. I recognize that there are ways to interact with the aff that do not involve a case debate in the traditional sense. That's fine. What's less fine and substantially more annoying is arbitrarily splitting the K debate (or FW debate) onto two different flows which inevitably become combined in the last rebuttals and create more work for all us.

It is rarely successful in front of me for your only answer to a fully-developed arg by the other team to be that they don't have a card to back it up. By all means point this out if true, but also please substantively answer what is now a fully developed analytic (i.e. still an argument).

Lastly, please be respectful to your partner and your opponents. I don’t like excessively rude people and my speaker points will reflect that. I do enjoy snark if it's intelligent and furthers an argument and isn't just aimed solely at making fun of your opponent. It annoys me when people speak during their opponents' speeches in a way that is loud and/or makes it difficult to hear the speaker (or seems like it would bother the speaker), and is perhaps the only time I audibly intervene during a round (to shush the offender(s)). 

"Policy" vs "Policy"

General:

-High school: I do a TON of high school topic research (along with already having done a ton because of last year's college topic) so generally speaking I know what's up. In the past I've judged a lot of clash and left-left debates in high school, but this year I've found myself judging quite a bit more of policy debates as well. 

-College: I don't judge many policy debates in college, although this year I've judged a few relatively speaking. I've done a fair bit of research on the topic and almost all of it is more "policy" oriented research. I would like to judge some more "policy" debates but whatevs not my job (or desire) to dictate what people say in front of me, and I certainly do not have anything against debate arguments that do not involve both teams agreeing from the get-go that the discussion should be oriented around the results of USFG-enacted restrictions on ghg emissions. 

Topicality: I love a good T debate. Don’t really care what the topicality argument is. If the interpretation is something "silly," then the aff should be able to beat it without help via me giving the interp less weight. That being said, I often think that good explanations of reasonability are often persuasive. The aff will probably lose if they don’t read a counter-interpretation. I also am generally not convinced by most precedence arguments, or arguments about an aff being read all year means that it’s topical. Frankly, I couldn’t care less what the rest of the community thinks about whether or not an aff is topical. Obviously if a precedence arg is conceded I'll evaluate it, but just know that the aff won't have to do much to beat it.
(High school specific: this topic is obviously terribly huge and also lacking good definitions for neg interps - perhaps a useful thing to note about me is that I think of T "definitions" as another standard for a T interp, albeit a rather important one, but I don't think having a definition exactly backing up your interpretation is as absolutely necessary as many seem to think. Sometimes I think the bigger problem with the more obvious or better (in some ways) interps for 'engagement' is their tendency to run into brightline problems).

Theory: I generally default to reject the argument not the team for most theory arguments other than conditionality bad, and have noticed in my judging that it is difficult to convince me otherwise.

Gut-check, I probably think that conditionality is good, 50-state fiat is bad, and international fiat is bad. But I also almost exclusively went for the states counterplan on the energy topic and the Turkey CP on the democracy assistance topic, so I can definitely be convinced by the other side. Trump probably also makes the states counterplan a more important/necessary discussion on the college topic now. Conditionality bad is probably harder to win in front of me, but I'm sure it's doable. Something that is important for me in counterplan competition debates is the question of literature/solvency advocates. The more evidence the neg has about their counterplan in comparison to the aff, the better off they are for the theory debate. That being said, counterplans that result in the aff are probably not competitive. 

Disads: I went for them a lot (especially politics) and enjoy these debates (topic disads>politics obviously). Comparative impact calculus and turns case arguments are always ideal. 

The risk of a disad can sometimes be so low that it should effectively be rendered zero for the purpose of making decisions. The existence of a counterplan in the debate obviously affects this calculus. 

Counterplans: I like them. I like counterplans that are cut from aff articles. I like smart, specific PICs, depending on competition issues and how much evidence there is in context of the aff. See theory blurb above for more details, but would like to reiterate as said above that counterplans that result in the aff are probably not competitive. 

If the 2NR doesn’t say anything, I will not revert to the status quo.

Case debates: Obviously always appreciated. I think that zero risk of an aff can very much be a thing, and something that neg teams are often too hesistant to go for. Sometimes affs just doesn't make sense and/or are lying about what their evidence says. Don't be afraid to call them out. I'm not a huge fan of giving affs leeway just because certain things irl (like Trump's win) make it harder to solve while being topical. A good example for college folks is I also disliked judges giving affs an extra benefit of the doubt on the democracy assistance topic because the affs were all terribad and clearly didn't do anything (as may be fairly obvious, I was a 2N on this topic lol).

Criticisms versus Any Kinds of Args:

Criticisms: I explained my general proclivities above, but, things that are important for winning kritiks in front of me include: reducing the risk of the aff (how you go about doing this is up to you), having a clear explanation of what the alt is, and contextualizing link arguments in terms of the aff. Against race args especially, people seem to love going for some version of "only a risk we're better than the squo" and so it is useful for me as a judge if the contextualized link arguments include either an opportunity cost argument or a reason why that's a bad burden to have to meet (i.e. maybe presumption should stop flipping aff in these instances for whatever reason).

I think that role of the ballot claims are almost always not a real argument. They’re self-serving, arbitrary, and just a fancy way of saying that a certain impact should come first. The only role of the ballot imo is just to vote for the better debating. 

Performance: Most of my general stuff above also address my thoughts on this. Like I said, you do you. I did go for framework a lot in college, and at the beginning, it was because I really "believed" it. At the end of my career, and now, I see a lot of benefits in having a topic, but I also see a lot of reasons for why the way the topic is constructed and the way that debates occur, can be problematic. But just to be clear – when I debated, I viewed debate as a game. But I respect the fact that this isn’t how everyone approaches debate, and can be convinced that as a judge, I should also not view debate as a game. 

"Policy" Affs vs K's

As much as it saddens me to admit, I think (slash hope) we are all aware that I unfortunately do not have the power to actually enact federal government policy if I sign the ballot aff (as cool as that would be). So generally speaking, in front of me, neg teams should stop pointing this out like it's a big deal and if they do, affs should stop being jetti-mind tricked by it. 

I have never found an argument more silly (this is slight hyperbole but it makes me cranky) than the blanket statement that "discourse (or reps or whatever) doesn't shape reality", both because that just seems patently untrue (at least as a blanket claim) and also incredibly ironic to say in a communication activity of all things. There are much more nuanced ways of making a similar argument, i.e. perhaps keep in mind that on the aff you don't have to win that discourse/reps/whatever NEVER affect policymaking.

On a similar note to the above, I find almost all framework debates useless. Aff framework arguments on a theoretical level (we get to weigh our aff bc fairness or education etc) are meh to me - even if you win these arguments, that doesn't resolve the substantive arguments the neg will (hopefully) be making about why their links shape the way the aff's policy happens, which in turn affects the aff's ability to get to the impact they so dearly want to weigh, etc. Also everytime I hear "moots 8/9 minutes of the 1AC" I think "so what?". Seems like if the neg wins a link and an impact and those things moot your 1AC, then you should have picked a better 8/9 minutes of things to say. Much more useful than a theoretical fw debate is answering those link arguments on a substantive level and explaining why your offense still applies even if you don't get to weigh your impacts. Also I will probably never decide the neg doesn't "get" their K unless its a warranted argument made and somehow fully conceded by the other team in all the speeches or something. Tbh I appreciate it when affs don't ever try to forward the argument that the neg shouldn't get their k.
On a similar note, I think aff's often should get access to more of their offense than they realize even if the neg wins their "framework", and are often tricked into thinking otherwise. 

Judge choice is not an argument. Even when technically conceded by the neg team, there are usually 82930281390 other things said by them in the debate that implicitly answer it, and it's a safe bet that I'll do the "work" (is it even work?) for them.

K's vs K Affs

Dear gawd "method debates" are not a thing. Neg teams say "no perms because it's a method debate!" and all I hear is "maybe if we just arbitrarily call what is clearly still a K alt something different, we can jetti-mind trick Risha into thinking we no longer have to actually answer arguments and can, without any real justification, win that affs don't get perms anymore."  This doesn't mean I am just unconvinced by the arg that certain affs should not get permutations - I certainly think there are persuasive, debateable reasons for why affs that choose not to fall under the bounds of the resolution should not - so it just means that "it's a method debate" is not something I consider to be a justification for the claim that affs don't get perms. 

Framework Debates vs K Affs 

I judge a lot of these, so this is the longest section of my philosophy.

Imo non-fairness impacts are better than fairness impacts against affs that talk about various types of oppression in relation to the debaters' own identities - I think it usually hurts to allow these affs to read their impact turns to fairness and thus focus the debate on what was basically the core aff arg to begin with (and thus also likely their best offense). I do find fairness a much better impact against more high theory-ish affs (or ones that talk about oppression but less in relation to debate/personal identity) than the more social justice-y ones but I don't really have many thoughts on fairness as compared to other impacts against the more high theory-ish affs. 

Sort of related to my last point - I don't get this whole procedural vs structural fairness distinction people keep trying to make. Or rather, I get it, but imo it seems like a distinction without a difference, at least how I've heard it explained. Like sure there are different types of fairness and one maybe slightly more controllable than the other but the terminal impact to both (people quit, fun, other args for why ruining the activity matters) seems to be the same so esp when debating an aff talking about a type of oppression esp in relation to debate, the attempt to make a distinction seems not useful and also kind of the point of the impact turns/inevitability arguments the aff usually makes. 

2ARs for K affs against framework rarely have success in front of me if a counter-interp is not extended. I find that solely going for impact turns often devolves into having to defend basically that all clash is bad, and in an activity that (presumably, until proven otherwise really) seems to depend on clash in some form, that usually ends up a difficult position to defend. (This applies less to affs that are an impact turn to debate good from the get go, by which I mean the more high theory-ish affs that say the whole thing is bad, and not other affs that usually critique specific parts of it.)

I've found that people are often bad at explaining why debate is good and useful against high theory affs, esp the ones that explicitly say debate (the whole thing and not just like certain specific aspects) is bad/useless. I spend a great deal of my time doing things related to this activity, and I'd like to think it's not completely a waste, so it shouldn't be hard to convince me that debate has some value, yet I have found myself voting for the argument that it does not in the past. Negs need to make sure they tell me what that value(s) of debate is/could be, etc. when pushed by the aff. Or even just pointing out that while isolating certain values of debate is difficult, the fact that we all clearly spend some time doing the activity means something, etc. 

Truth testing has not been an argument with much success in front of me. By truth testing, I mean what people generally seem to say in front of me, which is some version of: if the aff is unpredictable and the neg wins they could not (or should not) have prepared for it, then since it could not be tested I should assume everything the aff says about the aff is false. Generally speaking when a team spends minutes of each speech explaining an aff and the explanation makes sense to me, I'm not just going to decide that the neg perhaps not having answers means all the plausible/convincing things the aff said are wholesale not true. To me this argument is really no different than saying new affs should also be presumed untrue if the neg isn't ready for one and thus the aff couldn't be tested, and that I think is generally considered to be a not-great arg by most people. I find truth-testing more persuasive when the impact is some version of the argument that it's key to searching for the best method to resist things, like the aff's impact(s). 

In a similar vein to my last point, a counter-interp for affs in these debates should be clearly explained - this means telling me what it is supposed to solve vs not, so this includes making sure it's clear why it doesn't link to your own offense. On a basic level, counter-interp explanations should include a description of the role of the neg in debates and (in most situations) also how you still allow for clash. Neg teams should point out when affs fail to do so, or do so unconvincingly (i.e. explain why the counter-interp doesn't actually solve any of your impacts and/or why it links to their offense). 

It makes zero sense to me when neg teams try to have squirrely interps to try and get out of aff offense when those interps involve basically saying the aff is beholden to meeting certain parts of the resolution but not others (seems to be kind of arbitrary and unpredictable and a great justification for the aff choosing to pick a different part of the resolution to not meet).

Affs should clearly explain the internal link between the neg's intepretation and their impact turns. Notice I said interpretation, and not just explain why *framework* causes the impact turns, i.e. be specific to the neg's interpretation instead of making generalizing claims about framework debates.

There have been many times the aff almost completely concedes the neg's topical version of the aff and it doesn't help the neg in any way. This is not to say that I hate topical versions of the aff lol, and PLEASE affs do not take this to mean you can just not answer them bc I'm sure that now that this is my philosophy, I will vote on a conceded tva the very next time I judge framework, but negs should try to understand the point of the aff a little more. Basically, if your tva and explanation of it against all affs that discuss race issues is the exact same, then it's probably not a great tva, at least for me.

I rarely find it convincing when neg teams try to go for the Lundberg card as a reason for why the aff's interp causes extinction or why the neg's interp solves it, due to having never heard a plausible causal internal link chain between a framework interp and extinction. I'm honestly pretty convinced that I will never hear one. This is like my version of all the philosophies that say something along the lines of "stop saying framework is genocide". Which btw is true but not something I've found necessary to include in my philosophy although I guess I kind of have now. 

Full Judging Record

Tournament Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Missouri State AM Liberty MS Neg Neg on a 3-0
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Oklahoma PW Michigan GW Neg Neg on a 2-1
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Missouri State DE Weber State MP Aff Aff on a 3-0
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Johnson County Community MF Arizona State FG Neg Neg on a 2-1
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Emporia State MK Georgetown BP Neg Neg on a 3-0
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Liberty HT Michigan JR Aff Aff on a 2-1
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open OCTAS Binghamton AY Michigan WG Neg Neg on a 3-2
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open RD 7 Puget Sound EW Wyoming BP Neg
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open RD 6 Georgetown BP Binghamton AY Neg
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open RD 5 Kentucky HR Liberty MS Neg
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open RD 4 UC Berkeley NR Kentucky BT Aff
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open RD 3 Weber State PM Michigan PP Neg
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open RD 2 Rutgers-Newark AH Missouri - Kansas City CS Aff
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open RD 1 Harvard CM Michigan LR Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR DBLS Liberty HT UC Berkeley NR Neg Neg on a 3-2
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR RD 8 Missouri State AS Cornell CD Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR RD 7 Missouri State MR Indiana GK Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR RD 5 Liberty MS Missouri State VW Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR RD 4 Missouri State KD Puget Sound EW Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR RD 3 Cornell LT Liberty HT Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR RD 2 UC Berkeley NR NYU BS Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR RD 1 Baylor SW UT Dallas KB Aff
Liberty University 11/2/2018 Open R4 Wake Forest KM George Mason BH Aff
Liberty University 11/2/2018 Open R2 George Mason KL Liberty MS Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open R8 Missouri State HP Kentucky KL Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open R7 Kansas HO Harvard BS Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open R6 Michigan LR Harvard RS Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open R5 Wake Forest GK George Mason BH Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open R4 Wake Forest EF Harvard CM Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open R3 Oklahoma JS Indiana AD Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open R2 Binghamton MD Michigan PP Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open R1 Dartmouth SK UC Berkeley FG Neg
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R8 Wyoming TL Dartmouth SK Neg
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R7 UNLV HS Michigan GW Neg
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R6 Michigan LR Dartmouth SaKr Neg
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R4 NYU BS Michigan SV Aff
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R3 Dartmouth ME Liberty HT Neg
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R2 Vanderbilt JR Dartmouth TT Neg
NSDA Middle School Nationals 6/19/2018 CX Quarte Taiwan TT Speedway Academies BS Neg Aff on a 2-1
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2018 CX Semis Asian Debate League HT Kudos CL Aff Neg on a 2-1
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2018 CX Quarte Asian Debate League WT Asian Debate League HT Neg Neg on a 3-0
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2018 CX R5 SA Midtown West PD SA Ditmas Park PT Aff
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2018 CX R3 Montgomery Bell HZ Asian Debate League WT Neg
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2018 CX R2 Dr. Bessie Rhodes School of Global Studies BJ SA Bed-Stuy ST Aff
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2018 CX R1 Montgomery Bell PT SA Hudson Yards FP Aff
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO Octos Kansas KR Harvard AM Aff Aff on a 2-1
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO Double Georgetown BK Wake Forest EF Aff Aff on a 5-0
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO R7 Michigan VL Missouri State HM Aff
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO R6 Arizona State CR Georgetown SW Neg
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO R3 Houston LN Oklahoma PS Neg
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO R2 Michigan ZS Wake Forest MR Neg
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO R1 Wyoming LT UC Berkeley NR Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/26/2018 PEL ADW Iowa City West TK Polytechnic WH Neg Neg on a 2-1
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/26/2018 PEL R6 Edgemont SS Maine East BL Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/26/2018 PEL R4 McDonogh ZW Wylie E. Groves BM Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/26/2018 PEL R3 Pine Crest Prep PR Jesuit CP HM Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/26/2018 PEL R2 La Salle MM Iowa City West TK Neg
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 1/20/2018 Break Quart Michigan State SP Indian Bagan & Gupta Neg Neg on a 3-0
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 1/20/2018 Break R5 Indian Maroney & Lu Cornell BS Neg
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 1/20/2018 Cutt R4 Indian Dehmlow Dunne & Tally Michig Walrath & Goldschlag Neg
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 1/20/2018 Break R3 Indian Little & Lincourt Cornell LV Neg
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 1/20/2018 Break R1 Indian Bagan & Gupta Michigan State SP Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/15/2017 CX Octafi Glenbrook North FF Stuyvesant SD Neg Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/15/2017 CX Double Minneapolis Washburn EP Stuyvesant SD Neg Neg on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/15/2017 CX R6 Iowa City WH Edgemont BP Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/15/2017 CX R3 Glenbrook South KD Stevens Point Area Senior High (SPASH) EK Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX Sextos Iowa City West TK Georgetown Day BB Aff Neg on a 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX R5 WB Ray SS Okemos RR Neg
ADA Fall Championship 11/11/2017 JV R3 Florida AS George Mason TK Aff
ADA Fall Championship 11/11/2017 Nov R2 West Georgia CM Liberty CH Neg
ADA Fall Championship 11/11/2017 JV R1 George Mason ZK Liberty SB Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR DBLS Wake Forest MR Baylor RW Neg Aff on a 3-2
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 8 West Virginia BC Nevada Las Vegas SW Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 7 Emory CJ UT Dallas BJ Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 6 Missouri - Kansas City HM Liberty HS Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 5 Harvard MS Wake Forest MR Neg
Wake Forest Fall Classic 10/21/2017 Var R6 Thomas Jefferson HSST ST USN BK Neg
Wake Forest Fall Classic 10/21/2017 Var R2 Chattahoochee JN North Broward Prep AF Neg
Wake Forest Fall Classic 10/21/2017 Var R1 WB Ray SS Stratford MP Aff
Vanderbilt 10/13/2017 Nov R6 Vander HR CenFlo JC Neg
Vanderbilt 10/13/2017 JV R5 CenFlo WU Emory CG Aff
Vanderbilt 10/13/2017 Open R4 UNI MZ WaySta HR Neg
Vanderbilt 10/13/2017 Open R3 MisSta HM Emory FR Neg
Vanderbilt 10/13/2017 Open R2 Samfor BN MisSta DE Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R7 Indiana AG Dartmouth FT Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R6 Wake Forest CE Wichita State WH Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R5 Kentucky AN Kansas KR Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R4 Harvard GS Samford BN Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R3 Missouri State DE Dartmouth CL Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R2 Emory DP Wake Forest GK Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R1 Georgetown BP Kentucky LK Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN Double Harvard GS Wake Forest MR Neg Neg on a 2-1
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R8 Pittsburgh KL Florida KG Neg
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R7 Liberty HS UC Berkeley OP Neg
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R6 Dartmouth XE Pittsburgh FK Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R5 Michigan ZS Harvard CD Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R4 Dartmouth AA Harvard GS Neg
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R3 Indiana DM Missouri State SW Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R2 Michigan State LB Michigan WM Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R1 Florida CS UC Berkeley FM Neg
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK 9/8/2017 VPD Finals Brophy CP GS North Broward Prep MR Neg Neg on a 3-0
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK 9/8/2017 VPD Quarte Cabot BS Brophy CP GS Neg Neg on a 2-1
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK 9/8/2017 VPD JVFina Montgomery Bell PS USN MM Neg Neg on a 3-0
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK 9/8/2017 VPD Double Whitney Young GP Cabot BS Neg Neg on a 2-1
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK 9/8/2017 VPD R5 USN FL Whitney Young JT Neg
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK 9/8/2017 VPD R4 Pittsburgh Central Catholic SB Cabot RM Aff
National Speech and Debate Season Opener hosted by UK 9/8/2017 VPD R2 North Star Academy CPHS YD Edgemont SM Neg
UTNIF Showdown 2 8/1/2017 CX Octas Professors DM AP Test Lab OM Aff
UTNIF Showdown 2 8/1/2017 CX R6 Professors HM BigBallerBrand GS Aff
UTNIF Showdown 2 8/1/2017 CX R5 UMICH 7wk K Lab AL Professors SV Neg
UTNIF Showdown 2 8/1/2017 CX R4 BigBallerBrand CZ Professors HL Neg
UTNIF Showdown 2 8/1/2017 CX R3 BigBallerBrand DS AP Test Lab PF Aff
UTNIF Showdown 2 8/1/2017 CX R2 FouCULT LN Professors BH Aff
UTNIF Showdown 2 8/1/2017 CX R1 FouCULT BW Professors BD Neg
UTNIF Skills 2 7/21/2017 CX R6 BigBallerBrand LN Rhombus of K Db8 Wa Aff
UTNIF Skills 2 7/21/2017 CX R5 FouCULT Cu Sauce Ontology RT Aff
UTNIF Skills 2 7/21/2017 CX R4 Sauce Ontology CJ Rhombus of K Db8 WT Neg
UTNIF Skills 2 7/21/2017 CX R3 BigBallerBrand MW Sauce Ontology GS Aff
UTNIF Skills 2 7/21/2017 CX R2 Rhombus of K Db8 RJ Professors DG Neg
UTNIF Skills 2 7/21/2017 CX R1 BigBallerBrand FI AP Test Lab DH Aff
NSDA Middle School National Tournament 6/12/2017 LD R4 Fort Settlement AQ St John's RL Neg
NSDA Middle School National Tournament 6/12/2017 LD R4 Robert Lanier SS Quail Valley AC Aff
NSDA Middle School National Tournament 6/12/2017 LD R1 Quail Valley TJ Knox SS Neg
NSDA Middle School National Tournament 6/12/2017 LD R1 Stilwell CM Union KB Aff
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 LD Semis Murphy Middle NG Academy of Higher Learning JZ Aff Aff on a 3-0
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 LD Quarte NSU University SF Meadows AW Neg Neg on a 2-1
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 LD R5 Kudos EC CSAS Independent ZD Aff
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 LD R4 Kudos AL Elite Leadership Institute IC Aff
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 LD R3 NSU DG Elite Leadership Institute ZW Aff
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 LD R2 Meadows AW NSU University SF Aff
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 LD R1 Dr Bessie Rhodes Magnet TC Elite Leadership Institute JM Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 CX Final Peninsula TW McDonogh JN Neg Neg on a 3-0
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 CX R7 Pine Crest JJ St. Vincent De Paul HP Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 CX R6 Meadows BN Kinkaid BR Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 CX R3 Iowa City West TK Stuyvesant SD Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 CX R2 College Prep MW North Star Academy CP SB Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 CX R1 Whitney M. Young Magnet FS Kapaun Mount Carmel PW Aff
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Missouri - Kansas City KS Dartmouth VV Neg Neg on a 3-0
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Georgetown LK Wichita State CW Aff Aff on a 3-0
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Pittsburgh CR George Mason BH Neg Neg on a 2-1
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Towson BM Indiana FH Aff Aff on a 3-0
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Iowa RW Dartmouth EX Neg Neg on a 3-0
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Cornell KR Southern California BL Neg Neg on a 3-0
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Binghamton BS Kansas DR Neg Neg on a 2-1
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Pittsburgh DL Missouri State BR Aff Aff on a 3-0
ADA Nationals George Mason University 3/11/2017 JV Octo Liberty HM Missouri State EW Neg Neg on a 3-0
ADA Nationals George Mason University 3/11/2017 JV R6 Missouri State EW Liberty BW Neg
ADA Nationals George Mason University 3/11/2017 Open R5 Liberty BD Kentucky LS Aff
ADA Nationals George Mason University 3/11/2017 JV R4 Florida State HS Liberty RT Neg
ADA Nationals George Mason University 3/11/2017 JV R3 Indiana KP Houston MP Neg
ADA Nationals George Mason University 3/11/2017 Nov R2 George Mason KK Monmouth AD Neg
ADA Nationals George Mason University 3/11/2017 Open R1 Georgetown DG Missouri State BW Neg
District 6 Southeast SECentral CEDA 2/17/2017 JV R6 Vanderbilt NJ Florida JS Neg
District 6 Southeast SECentral CEDA 2/17/2017 OPEN R4 Wake Forest CR Emory FR Neg
District 6 Southeast SECentral CEDA 2/17/2017 NOV R3 Miami GS Vanderbilt ER Neg
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 8 Gonzaga JM Missouri State MW Aff
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 7 Kansas City Kansas CC OW Missouri State SW Neg
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 6 California, Berkeley OP Pittsburgh DL Aff
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 5 Iowa RW Indiana AH Neg
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 4 Michigan WG Missouri - Kansas City MH Aff
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 3 Kansas City Kansas CC RS Dartmouth College Ch Neg
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 2 United States Military MC Dartmouth College VV Neg
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 1 Arizona State FR California, Berkeley MS Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PEL ADW Lexington WT Stuyvesant SD Neg Neg on a 3-0
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PEL R6 Cypress Bay MF Glenbrook North BK Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PEL R1 Iowa City West TK Traverse City Central FM Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/14/2017 Open Dbls Liberty HS Pittsburgh CR Neg Neg on a 3-0
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/14/2017 Open R8 Pittsburgh LK West Virginia WT Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/14/2017 JV R7 Liberty HM United States Military CG Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/14/2017 Open R6 Dartmouth HM Liberty HS Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/14/2017 Open R5 Liberty BW James Madison MG Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/14/2017 Open R4 Wayne State HM UT Dallas VG Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/14/2017 Open R3 Pittsburgh BF George Mason TO Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/14/2017 Open R2 Wayne State CH Liberty OR Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/14/2017 Open R1 Dartmouth College AF Pittsburgh DL Neg
Billy Tate Southern Bell Forum 1/7/2017 SBF Quarte Greenhill KS Baltimore City EY Neg Aff on a 2-1
Billy Tate Southern Bell Forum 1/7/2017 SBF Octos Glenbrook North FM Montgomery Bell CJ Aff Aff on a 2-1
Billy Tate Southern Bell Forum 1/7/2017 SBF R4 Montgomery Bell CJ Glenbrook North JL Neg
Billy Tate Southern Bell Forum 1/7/2017 SBF R3 Bellarmine CR USN WK Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX Semifi Peninsula TW Polytechnic XW Aff Aff on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX Octafi Eugene Independent LS Greenhill SK Aff Aff on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX Double Iowa City West TK Whitney M. Young Magnet FS Aff Aff on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R7 Stuyvesant SD Lexington GZ Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R6 Northside KS North Broward Preparatory MR Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R5 Rowland Hall-St. Mark's BM Greenhill SK Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R4 Walter Payton MP Berkeley Prep ES Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R3 Glenbrook North FM Greenhill WA Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R2 Iowa City West EC Bloomington Jefferson AW Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R1 South HS - Minneapolis MP Iowa City West JW Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR OCTS UC Berkeley WG Oklahoma Sa Neg Neg on a 3-2
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR DBLS Emory DP Harvard MS Neg Neg on a 5-0
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 6 Rutgers-Newark NM UC Berkeley WG Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 5 Baylor SW Cornell KR Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 4 Kansas State PP Houston GJ Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 3 Michigan PS UVM BH Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 2 Indiana PG Iowa RW Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX Octos Glenbrook North FM Montgomery Bell BH Neg Neg on a 2-1
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX Double West Des Moines Valley HD Montgomery Bell HB Neg Neg on a 2-1
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX R7 Montgomery Bell BH Lexington ZR Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX R6 Iowa City West JW Lane Tech BM Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX R5 Wylie E. Groves BM Walter Payton WW Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX R4 Seaholm CP Glenbrook North FM Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX R3 Cathedral Preparatory SB Traverse City Central CG Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX R2 Carrollton TD Lane Tech RZ Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 VCX R1 Hawken AL Carrollton FP Neg
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Semis Montgomery Bell CJ Iowa City West TK Neg Neg on a 2-1
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Qtrs Iowa City West TK Georgetown Day BS Aff Aff on a 3-0
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Octas Traverse City Central FM Walter Payton CP SW Neg Neg on a 2-1
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Dbls West Des Moines Valley DH Iowa City West EX Neg Aff on a 2-1
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Rd 6 East Kentwood RM Marquette University DW Aff
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Rd 5 Niles West SP Glenbrook North DF Aff
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Rd 2 Glenbrook North CN Niles West JN Aff
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Rd 1 Marquette University LT Northside CP KS Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2016 Open R8 James Madison CC Georgetown KS Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2016 Open R7 Pittsburgh DL West Georgia CC Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2016 Open R6 Liberty OR Dartmouth VV Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2016 Open R5 Emory BC Wayne State AC Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2016 Open R4 Michigan MS Dartmouth KH Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2016 Open R3 Indiana DG Dartmouth CF Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2016 Open R2 Michigan SP Harvard GS Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2016 Open R1 Emory FR Oklahoma JW Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/18/2016 CX Semifi Glenbrook North JL Montgomery Bell KR Neg Neg on a 2-1
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/18/2016 CX Quarte St. Vincent De Paul BH Glenbrook North JL Neg Neg on a 3-0
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/18/2016 CX Octafi Westminster Schools-Atlanta HB Montgomery Bell GJ Neg Neg on a 2-1
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/18/2016 CX Double Montgomery Bell BH Head Royce CD Neg Aff on a 2-1
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/18/2016 CX R1 Hendrickson PW Grapevine SH Aff
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Quarte Schauer-Welch EmporiRAGE Cooper-Marcum SV Aff Aff on a 2-1
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Octos Schauer-Welch H-Edge Good Cooper-Marcum SV Neg
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Round Schauer-Welch Meme Factory Duff-Ellis-Wefald Ro Neg
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Round Khatri-Zuckerman HM Schauer-Welch Meme Factory Aff
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Round Khatri-Zuckerman XA Duff-Ellis-Wefald HW Neg
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Round Khatri-Zuckerman NP Duff-Ellis-Wefald NK Aff
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Round Duff-Ellis-Wefald ST Khatri-Zuckerman XA Neg
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Round Cooper-Marcum SC Khatri-Zuckerman DB Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/30/2016 CX R6 Iowa City West TR CK McClatchy HN Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/30/2016 CX R2 La Costa Canyon YM Hendrickson WW Neg
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Round West Georgia CC Nevada Las Vegas CH Neg Aff on a 2-1
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Round Iowa PW Indiana AF Neg Neg on a 3-0
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Round Harvard BD Cal State Fullerton DG Aff Aff on a 3-0
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Round Kansas State PR Harvard SH Neg Neg on a 3-0
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open Octs UC Berkeley SI Vermont BL Neg Neg on a 3-0
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open Dbls Vermont BL UNLV AO Aff Aff on a 3-0
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open RD 5 Florida CS Northern Iowa BH Aff
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open RD 4 UNLV AO Arizona State CR Aff
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open RD 3 Kansas State KS Samford BD Aff
42nd Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/11/2016 VCX Octafi Brooklyn Technical CQ Montgomery Bell CJ Neg Neg on a 3-0
42nd Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/11/2016 VCX Double Liberal Arts and Science Academy - LBJ CM Austin SFA EO Neg Neg on a 3-0
42nd Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/11/2016 VCX R6 Millard North SB Lexington LM Aff
42nd Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/11/2016 VCX R5 Melissa AO Desert Vista LQ Neg
42nd Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/11/2016 JV CX R5 Ft. Lauderdale SB Asbury Park MJ Aff
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO Double Liberty BC UC Berkeley MS Neg Aff on a 4-1
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R7 Missouri State BR UT San Antonio NV Aff
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R6 Arizona State CR Nevada Las Vegas CH Neg
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R4 Baylor SW Indiana AF Neg
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R3 Missouri State WS Houston ZJ Neg
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R2 Gonzaga CJ Harvard HS Neg
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R1 Kansas BR Michigan PK Aff
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2016 Open Octo Michigan KM Vermont LB Aff Aff on a 3-0
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2016 Open R6 Vermont LB Baylor EC Aff
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2016 Open R5 Harvard BD Southern California SS Neg
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2016 Open R4 Cal State Fullerton DG Indiana AF Aff
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2016 Open R3 Indiana HS Baylor SW Aff
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2016 Open R2 Nevada Las Vegas AO Baylor NW Neg
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2016 Open R1 Nevada Las Vegas BG UC Berkeley IG Aff
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2016 Open Octo Harvard HS Kansas BR Aff Aff on a 3-0
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2016 Open Double Michigan KM Nevada Las Vegas OG Aff Aff on a 3-0
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2016 Open R6 UC Berkeley KS Baylor BZ Neg
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2016 Open R5 Cal State Fullerton DG Oklahoma WP Aff
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2016 Open R4 Kansas State RS Baylor NW Neg
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2016 Open R2 Gonzaga EF Nevada Las Vegas OG Neg
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2016 Open R1 Stanford PT Puget Sound BQ Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX Double Whitney Young RJ Homewood-Flossmoor HL Neg Neg on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX R7 Whitney Young RJ St Paul GS Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX R6 Peninsula TW Highland Park BD Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX R3 Clovis North HP Iowa City West BW Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX R2 Homewood-Flossmoor HL Bloomington MW Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX R1 Northside CP SJ Little Rock Central WW Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 VCX Sextos Gulliver Prep AS St. Vincent De Paul HM Neg Neg on a 3-0
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 VCX R7 Bellarmine CP PS Gulliver Prep AS Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 VCX R6 Kapaun Mount Carmel CE Alpharetta WC Aff
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 VCX R3 West TB Bronx Science DK Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 VCX R2 Grapevine PS Berkeley Preparatory SS Aff
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 VCX R1 St. Vincent De Paul HM Northside College Prep BE Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 8 Stanford GS James Madison PD Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 7 Kansas State MS North Texas MR Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 6 Binghamton SS Kansas State KS Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 5 Nevada Las Vegas HC Michigan PW Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 4 Northern Iowa HS UC Berkeley AK Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 3 Iowa OS Binghamton CH Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 2 Dartmouth AB Michigan SG Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 1 Kansas BR Nevada Las Vegas AO Aff
Harvard 10/30/2015 Open R8 Georgetown MS Navy RM Aff
Harvard 10/30/2015 Open R5 Missouri State GG Rochester AB Neg
Harvard 10/30/2015 Open R4 Nevada Las Vegas AO Arizona State CR Aff
Harvard 10/30/2015 Open R3 Iowa OS Arizona State BR Aff
Harvard 10/30/2015 Open R2 Kansas BR Nevada Las Vegas HC Aff
Harvard 10/30/2015 Open R1 Oklahoma SP Michigan KM Neg
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open Qrtrs Southern California SS Kansas State PR Aff Aff on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 JV Qrtrs Oklahoma CS UT Dallas KS Neg Aff on a 2-1
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 JV R7 Southwestern College LS UT Dallas KS Neg
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open R6 Sacramento State DG Southern California LP Neg
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open R5 Kansas State PR Southern California SS Aff
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open R4 California, Berkeley JI UT Dallas JB Neg
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open R3 Iowa JA Nevada Las Vegas HC Neg
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open R2 Iowa WG Arizona State CR Neg
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open R1 Nevada Las Vegas MC San Francisco State HG Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/19/2015 OPEN R8 Wake Forest AS Michigan MK Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/19/2015 OPEN R7 Wayne State HD Dartmouth College AA Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/19/2015 OPEN R6 Michigan GS Nevada Las Vegas CH Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/19/2015 OPEN R5 Michigan DM Wake Forest DR Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/19/2015 OPEN R4 Wake Forest DV Harvard BD Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/19/2015 OPEN R3 Wake Forest CR Kansas KR Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/19/2015 OPEN R2 North Texas SC Wake Forest NR Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/19/2015 OPEN R1 Michigan State HL James Madison CP Neg
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open R6 Southern California BL Georgetown EK Neg Aff on a 2-1
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open R5 Iowa SH Binghamton HS Aff Aff on a 3-0
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open R3 Michigan KM Puget Sound BQ Aff Aff on a 3-0
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open R2 Kansas State SK California, Berkeley MS Neg Neg on a 3-0
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open R1 KCKCC GJ Wayne State SN Neg Neg on a 2-1
District IV NDT Qualifier 2/28/2015 D4 R8 ConCol DR Iowa HS Neg Neg on a 3-0
D2 NDT Qualifer 2/21/2015 D2NDT Runoff Whitman College BT Weber State HV Neg Neg on a 2-1
D2 NDT Qualifer 2/21/2015 D2NDT R6 Whitman College BT Weber State OG Aff
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO Semis Oklahoma Ard & Chiles Michigan Morgan & Krakoff Neg Neg on a 3-0
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO Octas Harvard Bolman & Suo California Berkeley Wimsatt SergentLeventhal Aff Aff on a 5-0
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R8 California, Berkeley Epner & Martin Kansas State Ramirez & Pena Aff
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R7 Nevada Las Vegas Bhatti & Jallits California, Berkeley Greenbury & Gruber Aff
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R6 Georgia Galerstein & Hebbale Kansas City Kansas CC Nave Casas Neg
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R4 Missouri - Kansas City Ajisafe & Fisher North Texas Abraha & Krambeer Aff
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R3 Towson Thomas & Whitley Michigan Keller & Keenan Aff
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R2 Kansas Duff & Nelson Wake Forest Duff & Langr Neg
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R1 Nevada Las Vegas Brooks & Stanfield Wake Forest Stirrat & Villa Neg
Liberty University Debate Tournament 10/31/2014 JV Quarte Boston College CM West Georgia MJ Neg Neg on a 3-0
Liberty University Debate Tournament 10/31/2014 Open Octos Liberty CS George Mason JT Aff Aff on a 3-0
Liberty University Debate Tournament 10/31/2014 Novi R6 United States Military HP Liberty GW Neg
Liberty University Debate Tournament 10/31/2014 Open R4 Liberty CW West Virginia MO Aff
Liberty University Debate Tournament 10/31/2014 Novi R2 Liberty BL United States Military MM Neg
New Trier Season Opener 10/10/2014 Open Rd 6 Portage Northern WA Traverse City Central AM Neg
New Trier Season Opener 10/10/2014 Open Rd 5 Glenbrook North BC Chicago Lab Schools BC Aff
New Trier Season Opener 10/10/2014 Open Rd 4 Chicago Lab Schools NR Glenbrook North HR Neg
New Trier Season Opener 10/10/2014 Open Rd 2 Mona Shores AW Glenbrook North LL Neg
New Trier Season Opener 10/10/2014 Open Rd 1 Niles West LS Head Royce FP Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 10/4/2014 Open Round Southern California ON Harvard AD Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 10/4/2014 Open Round Michigan BP Missouri State GR Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 10/4/2014 Open Round California, Berkeley SM Wake Forest CC Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 10/4/2014 Open Round Baylor EW Wayne State MH Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 10/4/2014 Open Round Baylor EZ Harvard BS Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 10/4/2014 JV Round Wayne State BH Wake Forest GS Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 10/4/2014 Open Round West Georgia KZ Houston RG Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 10/4/2014 Open Round Baylor SW Michigan KM Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN Qtrs Kentucky GV Oklahoma CR Neg Neg on a 5-0
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN Octas Kentucky GN Oklahoma CR Neg Neg on a 5-0
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN Dbls Wake Forest DL George Mason KL Aff Aff on a 3-2
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN OPEN 8 Harvard BN Wake Forest AD Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN OPEN 7 Wake Forest CV Houston BT Aff
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 NOV NOV 6 James Madison HH Vanderbilt GY Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN OPEN 5 Florida KC Georgia DJ Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN OPEN 4 Harvard BS Wake Forest ShMi Aff
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 NOV NOV 3 Liberty WR James Madison MW Aff
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN OPEN 2 Georgia MP Kansas HR Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN OPEN 1 Wake Forest HQ Louisville TW Aff
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 2x UT Dallas LO Southern California SV Neg Neg on a 3-0
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 8 Towson TW Oklahoma LW Aff
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 7 Kansas State KS Iowa HS Neg
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 6 Pittsburgh BR Wyoming BJ Aff
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 5 California, Berkeley WS UT Dallas LO Aff
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 4 Arizona State CF NYU DD Neg
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 3 California, Berkeley MS Central Oklahoma SW Aff
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 2 Kansas City Kansas CC FS Kansas DG Neg
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 1 Wichita State LM North Texas AK Neg