Megan Mapes Paradigm

Last changed 1/11 4:13P CDT

Debated at KU for 5 years

Coached at UNI of 2 years

Currently a GTA at Georgia State but not working with the debate team right now.

If you have more specific questions, or need clarification please feel free to send me an email.

THE SHORT OF IT

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I strongly believe that people with strong beliefs about can or cannot happen in a debate are kind of silly.

I believe that there is value in having discussions about the resolution. An example of the resolution should probably be the endpoint of any advocacy and debaters can creatively and critically engage the topic. I prefer debates where the affirmative defends a clear change from the status quo, but I'm open to what that means. When that does not happen I am more willing to vote negative on presumption.

I default to competing interpretations on questions of topicality.

Topicality will almost always come before theory arguments.

I default to offense/defense -

Tech > Truth


THE LONG OF IT:

*Prep time/Paperless debate
- i find myself to be on the strict side of prep time questions. You have 30 seconds to get the other team your speech doc before prep starts again. If you're not using an email chain by now you'd better have a good excuse.

-- Smart strategic debaters who can make me laugh get good speaker points. Debaters who are offensive, rude, and neg teams that don't split the block do not.

--I'm willing to assign 0% risk to an argument if you are effective at establishing terminal defense. Obviously, offense always helps as most debaters are unlikely to effectively do this. This means you should probably adjust your impact calc in the 2ar if you're only going for defense to assess the possible risk of the disad. However, a dropped argument is a true argument in most cases for me (dropped evidence is considered based on the claims in the evidence and not necessarily your tag --- that means if you drop something, in a later speech you should be on top of the spin for that evidence in later speeches) so lack of offense doesn't mean ignore the defense because you'll think I always vote on a risk. Remember mistakes happen - if you drop an argument you always have the ability to make arguments as to why they only get the arg for what their evidence says in the case you drop a solvency argument or defense to an advantage. - the debate is never over.

--I am not likely to vote on a cheap shot but could be convinced otherwise if the argument is fleshed out. BUT I'm flow-centric and like tricky args. you should know the difference between a cheap shot and strategically hiding args.
--cross-x is either the best or the worst part of the debate. Teams do well when they use cross-x to set up arguments or question the evidence quality of the other team. This will be better for everyone if there is actually a point for your cross-x questions, and not just using cross-x as the 3 minutes of free prep that your partner gets.


Clarity-
*Clarity is very important to me. I will not flow cards that I cannot understand. I will not hesitate to drop teams for clipping cards even if the opposing team does not make the challegne. IF it is questionable I will not hesitate to tank your speaks.
speed is ok and I highly enjoy judging fast debates. However, err on the side of clarity ESPECIALLY on theory and topicality debates. They are already messy enough and going at your top speed will only hurt you if I can't flow all of the warrants to your arguments. But seriously - you should know when its right to slow down and just do it. - there is nothing more annoying than a post-round decision where debaters are asking about arguments that didn't get on my flow - there's probably a reason that happened and it's probably because YOU weren't strategic when it comes to your speed and clarity. I am a very technical judge and you will make me happy if you're also technical

Case - Extremely underutilized. Minimizing the case is a sweet way to win a high risk of the disad. Likewise, I think the aff teams should be leveraging alot more of the case against disads/Ks than what happens in most rounds. A "try or die for the aff" argument is quite persuasive. I think even if you are going for a CP, you should still extend case defense as a way to avoid a "try or die" framing by the aff.

Disads - Impact framing arguments are pretty important to win these arguments, and i think that alot of teams do a poor job of explaining how arguments interact with each other, and explaining meta-arguments that will frame how i assess the debate in terms of Uniqueness, link, etc. DA turns the case is a slayer, and I will be more than happy to vote on it. On a side note, i tend to do some politics research, and do infact find it intrinsic to the plan. Intrinsicness arguments are an uphill battle, unless dropped by the negative (which happens more than it should). I also think that alot of the politics cards that people read are atrocious, and think that 7 bad cards does not equal one good, well warranted card. This also isn't unique to the politics disad, alot of cards people are reading everywhere are atrocious, and smart teams will capitalize on it by pointing out how their evidence makes arguments that go the other way. I am not part of the "cult of uniqueness" by any means, but I think that uniqueness is an important component of the link debate.

CP's- They are a very intergral part of the negative strategy. I think that there is a time and a place for textual or functional competition, and I try to let the debaters convince me one way or the other. In general, here are my views on legitimacy of CPs. CP theory is a reason to reject the argument, not the team, unless the aff has a reason why it skewed their ability to debate other positions (I can only see this being true in a conditionality debate). The net benefits shoud probably be disads to the aff, and not just advantages to the CP (I can be persuaded that the condition net benefit is a disad to the aff).

Topicality- . This was my favorite argument as a debater, which can be both good and bad for me as a judge. It means both that I am more willing to reward tricky T arguments but also that my expectations for what makes for a good topicality debater are a bit higher. I also think topicality/theory is about impact calculus and weighing your impacts against your opponents (i.e. why aff ground o/w's neg ground). These debates can be messy so try to be as clear as possible and engaging as possible. I prefer contextual definitions. Abuse should be proven, i probably won't vote on potential abuse because I think you can get to the crux of this through a different impact. I think that the negative lets affirmatives get away with way too much in these debates by no providing a topical version of the affirmative, and explaining how the affirmative interpretation explodes the limits of the debate. Generic impact turns are not particulary persuasive. .

I think that the most important standard for me is that the affirmative has an advocacy statement that deploys a specific instance of their method. However, if you tell me to think otherwise, fine. I won't tell you how to debate and will listen to any argument with an attempt to judge objectively. Just give me a clear explanation of the importance of your argument applied to the round. Impact assessment is important.

Theory- I'm persuaded by reject the arg not the team with a majority of these small blippy arguments. Don't assume you win because the 1ar dropped multiple perms bad. If you'd like me to default to another setting, explain why it means they lose. I generally think conditionality and pics are ok but will vote on anything so eh- go for it

Kritiks- My knowledge of the literature is limited but growing. I will actually be more inclined to reward you if you take a new and innovative approach on a lot of these arguments. I find that I do better with structural criticism, which probably has a lot to do with the research I've done so far in my academic career. My main requirements are a detailed and applied explanation of the alternative to the specifics of the affirmative case OR a fleshed out and impacted justification for why the alternative doesn't have to DO something in a traditional sense. I think negatives make a huge mistake ignoring double bind arguments on the perm and it can be detrimental. I'm also probably a TERRIBLE judge for Reps K's/PiCs - You will have to do a lot of work to convince me that a team should use because they used nuclear war reps - I also think Reps args are served better as links to a better K. I generally think framework is only a reason to reject the alt not the team or a reason the aff gets to weigh their impacts.

Full Judging Record

Tournament Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 CX R8 X189 X154 Aff Aff on a 3-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 CX R6 X130 X251 Neg Neg on a 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 CX R5 X111 X220 Aff Aff on a 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 CX R4 X205 X226 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 CX R3 X134 X179 Aff Aff on a 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 CX R2 X206 X250 Aff Aff on a 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 CX R1 X147 X121 Neg Neg on a 2-0
GFCA Varsity State Championships 2/22/2019 CX Semis Chattahoochee Josh Jeong & Rithvik Nagabhirava Henry W Grady Assata Nkosi & Daniel Wakefield Neg Aff on a 2-1
GFCA Varsity State Championships 2/22/2019 CX R5 Alpharetta HS Hargunn Sandhu & Advait Naik Chattahoochee Josh Jeong & Rithvik Nagabhirava Neg
GFCA Varsity State Championships 2/22/2019 PF R1 Carrollton Hayden Harper & Cruz Cuellar Columbus Sophie Murtey & Noor Abdallah Neg
GFCA 1st 2nd Year State Championships 2/8/2019 JVCX R4 Northview Khushi Afre Henry W Grady Ava Smith & Sechan Tak Aff
GFCA 1st 2nd Year State Championships 2/8/2019 JVCX R2 Westminster Thej Khanna & Charlotte Baugher Riverwood Noel Crenshaw & Ysabella Lopez Neg
Alpharetta Treasure Hunt 1/19/2019 VCX R2 Riverwood CL Galloway DS Aff
Alpharetta Treasure Hunt 1/19/2019 VCX R1 Wheeler PS Westminster IH Aff
Samford University Bishop Guild Debate Tournament 1/12/2019 VCX Quarte Montgomery Bell FM Westminster PI Aff Aff on a 3-0
Samford University Bishop Guild Debate Tournament 1/12/2019 VCX Octofi Montgomery Bell KK Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart AD Neg Neg on a 3-0
Samford University Bishop Guild Debate Tournament 1/12/2019 VCX R6 Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart BD Alpharetta HS BM Neg
Samford University Bishop Guild Debate Tournament 1/12/2019 VCX R5 Westminster YL Cross Keys KP Aff
Samford University Bishop Guild Debate Tournament 1/12/2019 VCX R4 Paideia HT Johns Creek DS Aff
Samford University Bishop Guild Debate Tournament 1/12/2019 VCX R3 Alpharetta HS US Montgomery Bell ZK Neg
Samford University Bishop Guild Debate Tournament 1/12/2019 VCX R2 Mountain Brook CD Montgomery Bell YM Neg
Samford University Bishop Guild Debate Tournament 1/12/2019 VCX R1 Mountain Brook HS Montgomery Bell PS Aff
Chattahoochee Cougar Classic 9/28/2018 VCX Octas Paideia HP Westminster MS Aff Aff on a 3-0
Chattahoochee Cougar Classic 9/28/2018 VCX R5 Westminster YL Woodward RG Aff
Chattahoochee Cougar Classic 9/28/2018 VCX R3 Montgomery Bell KS Northview JR Aff
Chattahoochee Cougar Classic 9/28/2018 VCX R2 Westminster MS Riverwood CL Aff
Chattahoochee Cougar Classic 9/28/2018 VCX R1 Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart CG Pace HN Neg
Olathe West Debate Invitational 11/18/2017 Nov R5 Goddard GM FSHS FK Aff
Olathe West Debate Invitational 11/18/2017 Open R4 Olathe NW BV ShaMis SB Neg
Olathe West Debate Invitational 11/18/2017 Open R3 BSBHS AG SMS HK Aff
Olathe West Debate Invitational 11/18/2017 Open R2 FSHS HC Goddard KL Aff
ADA Fall Championship 11/11/2017 Nov R4 Indiana BL Liberty BS Neg
ADA Fall Championship 11/11/2017 Nov R3 JMU/Liberty CS West Georgia CM Aff
ADA Fall Championship 11/11/2017 JV R2 Navy AP George Mason ZK Aff
ADA Fall Championship 11/11/2017 JV R1 Liberty AA George Mason KZ Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 8 Miami AL Kansas State AP Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 7 Michigan SZ Mercer BB Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 6 Nevada Las Vegas GH Oklahoma PS Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 5 Wichita State SW Emory CJ Aff
Johns Creek Gladiator Debates 10/13/2017 PD semis Chattahoochee AP Alpharetta HS BM Aff Aff on a 3-0
Johns Creek Gladiator Debates 10/13/2017 JVCX 5 Cambridge KM Northview BZ Aff
Johns Creek Gladiator Debates 10/13/2017 JVCX 4 Killian Hill KL Cambridge GM Neg
Johns Creek Gladiator Debates 10/13/2017 JVCX 3 Riverwood LP Cambridge RM Aff
Johns Creek Gladiator Debates 10/13/2017 PD 2 Westminster PD Chattahoochee JJ Neg
Johns Creek Gladiator Debates 10/13/2017 JVCX Round Alpharetta HS KL Westminster YI Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 NOV Sems Navy BS Liberty RS Neg Neg on a 3-0
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R7 Michigan WM Gonzaga BM Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R6 Michigan LR Houston MP Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R2 Kansas FM Wake Forest HF Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R1 Emory DP Dartmouth FT Neg
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Michigan WG UT Dallas AR Aff Aff on a 3-0
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Georgia State FN Missouri - Kansas City KS Aff Aff on a 2-1
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round Baylor SW Arizona State FR Aff Aff on a 3-0
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round West Georgia CC Georgetown KL Neg Neg on a 3-0
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round West Georgia MJ Oklahoma WJ Neg Neg on a 3-0
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open R8 Puget Sound BF UT San Antonio AO Aff
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open R6 Washington ET United States Military MC Aff
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open R5 James Madison GM Cornell KS Aff
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open R4 Wisconsin- Madison DP NYU DS Aff
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open R3 Vanderbilt RJ United States Military MK Aff
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open R2 James Madison BK West Georgia MJ Neg
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open R1 Liberty RW Washington/James Madison BS Aff
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 5 Minnesota KW Wisconsin- Madison DP Neg
Owen L Coon Memorial Debates at Northwestern 2/4/2017 Open RD 3 Cal State Fullerton GR Wyoming HL Neg
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/21/2017 JV Sems UT Dallas BS Cornell MS Neg Neg on a 3-0
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/21/2017 Open Octas Wichita State CW UT Dallas BJ Aff Aff on a 3-0
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/21/2017 JV R6 UT San Antonio AO Central Oklahoma GF Neg
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/21/2017 Open R4 UT Dallas GV Kansas BB Neg
William DeMougeot Debates 1/6/2017 Open R5 Central Oklahoma HS Kansas State PL Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/6/2017 Open R4 UT Dallas BS Georgia State HW Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/6/2017 Open R3 NYU DS Wichita State CR Neg
William DeMougeot Debates 1/6/2017 Open R2 Wichita State CW UT Dallas BJ Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/6/2017 JV R1 Illinois CC UT Dallas BS Neg
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2017 JV Qtrs Emporia State MW UT Dallas BS Neg Neg on a 2-1
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2017 OPEN R5 Central Oklahoma CM Wyoming HL Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2017 JV R4 NYU DS Missouri - Kansas City SO Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2017 JV R3 UT Dallas BS NYU BC Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2017 OPEN R2 Iowa RW Wichita State CW Neg
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2017 OPEN R1 Baylor SW UT Dallas BS Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR QTRS Southern California BL Kentucky NA Aff Aff on a 3-2
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 8 Iowa RW Wayne State DH Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 6 James Madison CG Michigan TR Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 5 Kansas State FS Samford BH Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 4 Kentucky NA Pittsburgh LD Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 3 Emory FL Kansas State PP Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 2 Nevada Las Vegas OB Stanford HP Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 1 Trinity SY Towson GU Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/4/2016 JV Quarte Emporia MW Trinity MF Neg Neg on a 2-1
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/4/2016 Nov R6 Illinois AC UTSA AM Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/4/2016 Open Round WSU CR Baylor SW Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/4/2016 Open Round WSU OS UCO CC Neg
UMW Debate Tournament 10/15/2016 JV Quar Cornell SG George Mason LC Neg Neg on a 3-0
UMW Debate Tournament 10/15/2016 Nov R8 Wake Forest AY George Mason VM Neg
UMW Debate Tournament 10/15/2016 Open R7 Wake Forest NW James Madison GC Aff
UMW Debate Tournament 10/15/2016 Nov R6 Liberty AG Navy PY Aff
UMW Debate Tournament 10/15/2016 JV R4 James Madison CM Washington BU Neg
UMW Debate Tournament 10/15/2016 JV R3 Liberty BT Cornell SG Aff
UMW Debate Tournament 10/15/2016 Open R2 UT Dallas RG Wake Forest BS Neg
UMW Debate Tournament 10/15/2016 Open R1 James Madison MC UT Dallas BJ Neg
Ulrich Invitational at UNI 9/23/2016 Op Semis Mis- HJ MisSta BR Aff Neg on a 2-1
Ulrich Invitational at UNI 9/23/2016 Op rd 6 Minnes DJ MisSta BR Neg
Ulrich Invitational at UNI 9/23/2016 Op rd 2 KanCit WW Mis- SS Aff
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 JV Qrtrs Missouri - Kansas City Jutt & Hauschildt Johnson County Community Engelbert & Singleton Aff Aff on a 3-0
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 Nov R6 Johnson County Community Choong & Keil Illinois Shahriari & Henderson Aff
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 JV R4 Johnson County Community Engelbert & Singleton UT Dallas Gilbert & Rizvi Neg
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 JV R3 UT Dallas Kapoor & Baez Oklahoma Wall & Shelton Neg
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 JV R2 UT Dallas Vera & Doyle Kansas State Rowe & Griffin Aff
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 Open R1 Central Oklahoma Hilligoss & Stidham Wichita State Crane & Welch Aff
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 3Wk Quarte BVSW A Justice for Harambe Aff Aff on a 3-0
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Round Bhattacharjee-Loghry GB Cooper-Marcum YS Aff
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Round Cooper-Marcum YS Cooper-Marcum HM Aff
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 3Wk Round Beier-Bosch-Bhatla CH Beier-Bosch-Bhatla MH Neg
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Round Cooper-Marcum SV Khatri-Zuckerman HM Neg
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Round Cooper-Marcum WV Duff-Ellis-Wefald KR Aff
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 3Wk Round Beier-Bosch-Bhatla RR Chase-Eisenstadt-Bell BP Neg
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 3Wk Round Chase-Eisenstadt-Bell JS Munday-Slaw-Cook Ki Aff
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Round Bhattacharjee-Loghry MB Cooper-Marcum Cl Neg
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Round Khatri-Zuckerman DB Duff-Ellis-Wefald ST Aff
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 3Wk Round Team Vikings Munday-Slaw-Cook AM Aff
Jayhawk Debate Institute 6/29/2016 2Wk Round Khatri-Zuckerman/Schauer-Welch MW Bhattacharjee-Loghry GB Aff
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open RD 7 UNLV OW James Madison BK Neg
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open RD 5 James Madison CY UNLV CM Aff
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open RD 4 Central Oklahoma HS George Mason ML Aff
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament 3/25/2016 Open RD 3 Florida/United States Military AC Oklahoma ZS Neg
Hoosier Invite HIT 1/30/2016 Cutt R7 Florid Cartagena & Scolaro Kentuc Rivas & Baller Neg
Hoosier Invite HIT 1/30/2016 Lil 5 Semis Samfor Davis & Staples IllCol Phillips & Hills Aff Aff on a 3-0
Hoosier Invite HIT 1/30/2016 Cutt R4 Miami Loureiro & Silverman Florid Daskalakis & Marchini Neg
Hoosier Invite HIT 1/30/2016 Cutt R2 Michig Shah & Walrath MicSta Runburg & Brill Aff
Hoosier Invite HIT 1/30/2016 Cutt R1 MicSta Walkington & Munsinger Michig Goldschlag & Shelton Aff
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/23/2016 Open R8 Wichita State CW Oklahoma ZS Aff Aff on a 2-1
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/23/2016 Open R7 Wichita State LR Central Oklahoma GW Neg
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/23/2016 JV R3 Emporia State RW North Texas AM Neg
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/23/2016 Open R2 Oklahoma ZS Wichita State CW Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/7/2016 Open R7 Iowa WO Oklahoma JD Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/7/2016 Open R6 Wichita State SO Oklahoma SZ Neg
William DeMougeot Debates 1/7/2016 Open R5 Texas HW Iowa JP Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/7/2016 Open R4 Trinity CV North Texas RM Neg
William DeMougeot Debates 1/7/2016 JV R3 Central Oklahoma CH Oklahoma HM Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/7/2016 Open R2 Central Oklahoma HS UT Dallas JB Aff
William DeMougeot Debates 1/7/2016 Open R1 Wichita State WC UT Dallas PS Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2016 OPEN R6 UT Dallas SY Houston RG Neg
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2016 OPEN R4 Wichita State SO Central Oklahoma CS Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2016 OPEN R3 Oklahoma SZ Houston BT Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2016 OPEN R2 Central Oklahoma GW Wichita State CW Neg
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2016 JV R1 Central Oklahoma CH Houston MH Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/6/2015 Open Quarte UTDal BF KanSta MS Aff Aff on a 2-1
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/6/2015 JV Quarte UTDal KL Trinit TC Aff Aff on a 2-1
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/6/2015 JV Round Housto MM Trinit MS Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/6/2015 JV Round Oklaho HS UTDal KL Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/6/2015 Open Round KanSta MS UTDal BF Aff
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/6/2015 Open Round Mis- SS WicSta OS Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/6/2015 JV Round CenOkl SG Oklaho HM Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/6/2015 Open Round UTDal SP CenOkl HS Neg
KCKCC Blue Devil Debates 10/9/2015 Open Quarte Missouri State BC North Texas CS Neg Neg on a 2-1
KCKCC Blue Devil Debates 10/9/2015 JV Round Central Oklahoma HC North Texas AH Aff
KCKCC Blue Devil Debates 10/9/2015 JV Round Missouri State FD Kansas City Kansas CC ED Neg
KCKCC Blue Devil Debates 10/9/2015 Open Round Central Oklahoma GS Missouri State OG Aff
KCKCC Blue Devil Debates 10/9/2015 Open Round North Texas SM UT Dallas JB Neg
KCKCC Blue Devil Debates 10/9/2015 Open Round North Texas RM Missouri State BC Aff
Kentucky College Tournament 9/30/2015 Open R8 Wake Forest MM Emory BG Aff
Kentucky College Tournament 9/30/2015 Open R7 Minnesota AK UT Dallas BJ Aff
Kentucky College Tournament 9/30/2015 Open R6 Emory HR Pittsburgh BC Neg
Kentucky College Tournament 9/30/2015 Open R5 Pittsburgh KH Baylor SW Neg
Kentucky College Tournament 9/30/2015 JV R3 JV Vanderbilt SC JV Wayne State AW Neg
Kentucky College Tournament 9/30/2015 Nov R2 Emory AZ Vanderbilt CK Neg
Kentucky College Tournament 9/30/2015 Open R1 Pittsburgh PR Texas BP Aff
UNI Ulrich Invitational 9/25/2015 Op Qrt Iowa GW UMKC SS Aff Aff on a 3-0
UNI Ulrich Invitational 9/25/2015 Op rd 6 Iowa JA ConCol DR Neg
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 JV Semis Emporia State RY Weber State BL Neg Neg on a 3-0
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 8 Wichita State CW Texas HW Aff
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 JV Round Lindenwood DJ Oklahoma ZK Neg
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 JV Round Oklahoma WP UT Dallas SE Aff
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 JV Round Oklahoma AN Lindenwood PS Neg
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 2 North Texas MR Kansas State SM Neg
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 1 Oklahoma SC UT Dallas JS Neg
Jayhawk Debate Institute 7/1/2015 JDI2W Octos Beier-Cooper CH Duff-Ellis-Wefald RT Neg Neg on a 3-0
Jayhawk Debate Institute 7/1/2015 JDI3W Octos Munday-Stone-Cook MN Kennedy-Kennedy-Foreman PL Neg Aff on a 2-1
Jayhawk Debate Institute 7/1/2015 JDI3W Round Chase-Slaw-Carey GK Munday-Stone-Cook SD Neg
Jayhawk Debate Institute 7/1/2015 JDI2W Round Duff-Ellis-Wefald QF Beier-Cooper CH Neg
Jayhawk Debate Institute 7/1/2015 JDI2W Round Samuels-Goh SH Beier-Cooper HL Neg
Jayhawk Debate Institute 7/1/2015 JDI2W Round Marcum-Loghry RD Duff-Ellis-Wefald AM Aff
Jayhawk Debate Institute 7/1/2015 JDI3W Round Kennedy-Kennedy-Foreman BB Munday-Stone-Cook YF Aff
Jayhawk Debate Institute 7/1/2015 JDI2W Round Marcum-Loghry EH Samuels-Goh SG Neg
NDCA National Championships 4/12/2015 POL R6 Montgomery Bell CK Niles North BE Aff
NDCA National Championships 4/12/2015 POL R5 Maine East H.S. LA Midway BC Aff
NDCA National Championships 4/12/2015 POL R3 Jesuit CP HW Harker KJ Aff
NDCA National Championships 4/12/2015 POL R2 New Trier DH Maine East H.S. SL Neg
NDCA National Championships 4/12/2015 POL R1 Blue Valley Southwest DF Rowland Hall-St. Mark's GL Neg