scott varda Paradigm

Last changed Sun, Sep 24, 2017 at 8:43 PM UTC

Updated for 2017

impact calc. impact calc. impact calc. and yes on email chain. scottvarda@gmail.com

TL/DR version: I'm from D3, I don't care how you debate. make it good. 

speaker points: I am an argument critic. Points received from me reflect ONLY the debating done in front of me and are neither punished, nor rewarded, by particular ideology, style, or approach to debate.  Argument selection, persuasion, clarity, wit, approach to opponents, specificity of examples, and explanation of argumentative import are just some of things that go into my speaker point scale. 

I am generally open to ANY argument. I prefer well argued debates, humor, and an ability to think without your blocks. I think the activity revolves around the debaters, so do what you do best. In other words, don’t “over adapt” to me, do your thing. I prefer specific to generic in almost every context. What follows should be considered only a snapshot of some thoughts I have on relevant issues. These are not set in stone, and I’ve voted for just about every type of argument there is. I can't emphasize this enough: win it in the round and even my strong views (whatever those even are) can be defeated.

I generally believe an affirmative’s relationship with the resolution should require more than passing reference to it--but how that is actualized in debates is entirely up to the debaters to decide. At a minimum, a reinterpretation of the resolutional wording seems in order, or a critique of the negative’s interpretation of debate, or an explanation about why your performance is germane to the topic, or about how your role of the ballot is predictable or good for debate in some way. BUT, all of that is on the neg to make it happen. My ONLY care about who wins the debate is for the team making better arguments--broadly conceived. 

K v. K debates: My decisions generally turn on the following questions: How does your theory of power and/or discourse relate to the other teams? How have you (re)theorized presumption?  Why is your Role of the Ballot/Judge good? What do legitimate permutations entail? How do I determine the best methodology? How have your research practices impacted the claims you are advancing.

Evidence: I am open to any claim that is supported by at least a warrant and some measure of evidence. I conceive of evidence broadly--a well qualified academic, an industry expert, a citizen-activist, the discursive representations of a social location, a song, a poem, a speech, a visual image are all legitimate possibilities. This does not mean all evidence is equal and it is on the debaters to demonstrate/explain (early rather than later) why I should prefer some evidence over others.  

Framework. Here are some key questions you might want to answer: ***education vs. fairness***; predictable ground vs. creativity; Is framework a guise for (insert what the aff says is bad)?; why is voting for or against this team in this round key; what is my role as a judge; what is the brightline to legitimate aff vs. what's the harm of allowing one more aff in; what is the impact to any of this? Also, framework should be extended like topicality in the 2NR if it is a reason to vote against the aff by itself. Also, "they didn't read a plan," "they didn't defend their plan," "their plan is not topical," "their advocacy is not germane to the resolution" and "they are shady and keep changing their answers" are all distinct arguments. They might be related, but they should not be conflated. 

Debates general: does your truth claim beat their techne/flow claims, and vice versa? who is winning the inevitability claims? reasonable historical examples are very persuasive to me, massively overclaimed historical similarities are not only unpresuasive, but will likely cause me to make a very ugly face. root causes should be well impacted, specific scenarios need more adequate probability and timeframe assessments. 

Topicality should be about competing interpretations and should have all relevant warrants and impacts extended in each relevant speech. It is generally an evidence intensive debate which should consider the overall literature in existence—conversely, evidence poor interpretations which get inadequately answered can become winners. Reasonability doesn't mean, "come on, Judge! we're kinda close." Also, why is the neg interp good for debate and/or how does the aff interp result in worse education on the topic? 

Procedural arguments are approached presuming the team raising the objection is incorrect. In other words, my theory threshold is moderate to high, but by no means unapproachable. This means I think the negative gets lots of leeway but that the affirmative should be more aggressive with marginally legitimate permutations. Cheap shots should be considered “no shots” in front of me, but if you’re getting crushed, whaddyagonnado? Requiring specification of the plan is a legitimate argument INFREQUENTLY. It’s usually a complete waste of time. Here’s the test, is the shell a minute long, and are you going to read 3 cards in the block on the argument? Cool. Alternatively, is this argument intended to establish competition to your CP or alternative? If not, it is likely a difficult to win position. 

Critical arguments (aff or neg) should include a notion of the current realities of the world—it can’t just be wished away. And, my preference for specific argumentation is especially true here—aff or neg. I prefer critical arguments which engage explicit choices by the opposition. Links of omission are almost always less persuasive than links of commission, but I can be sold that the act of omitting was a de facto commission.  Do the aff without the reps seems legitimate to me if it is explicitly flagged as such in the 1NC. Shady 2NC alt's legit lots of 1AR leeway. What does the alt do? How does it function in the world? Why isn't there an explicit text for it? 1ARs should treat new 2NC explanations of the alt as if they were opportunities for new-ish answers. 

Disads and Advantages. There is such a thing as zero risk, though I’ve rarely seen it. Much more likely is that I will assign some notion of risk to the link which may not be high enough to cause the terminal impact (e.g. the aff upsets country X a bit, but probably not enough to cause relations to tank). Similarly, the plan may be necessary, but not sufficient, to accrue the advantages. Impact assessment should be more than simply “it’s faster than the aff, it outweighs, and is more likely.” 

Counterplans. They are good. Run them.  Condo: Debate it. Judge kick: If the aff ignores this argument, you can mention as late as the 2NR, but I really am not a fan and want the negative to begin the debate over the legitimacy of this in the block.  I think policy PICs need to be plan based, but a series of cards explaining what normal means is, and how the CP is distinct can be enough. Alternatively, a well done c-x admission can be enough. I think critical PICs need to explicitly engage the the competition question early in the debate. Condition and consult CPs should be held to higher evidence standards than negs often provide, but that is the affs job to check, not mine. 

Debating on the side of truth is almost always easier than going for the lie, and will be rewarded with higher points (consider this my, “yes I’ll vote for the Gregorian Calendar, Wipeout, or fiat doublebind, but you ain’t getting a 29.5” claim). Having said that, tech can beat truth in front of me. 

I have no problem reading cards for forty minutes after a debate, but your speaker points will almost always be higher if I don’t have to read many cards. 

"Clock management." I am inclined to give a speech time out under the reasonable conditions if requested (asthma attack, coughing fit, speaking stand collapses, etc). 

Cheating sucks. don't be a cheater. misdisclosure before debates. clipping. hidden cards. loading 40 extra cards into speech docs. these are things that should not be in debates.

Full Judging Record

Tournament Date Event Rd Aff Neg Decision
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round 4 Gonzaga BJ Wyoming LT NEG
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round 5 Liberty HS Kansas FM AFF
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round 7 Pittsburgh FK Florida GK AFF
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round 8 Wake Forest EF Gonzaga DW AFF
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Quarters Michigan GW Louisville WY NEG
Michigan G on a 3-2
2018 NDT District IIIMAC 2/23/2018 NDTD3 1 Missouri - Kansas City Jutt & Scott Houston Love & Williams AFF
2018 NDT District IIIMAC 2/23/2018 NDTD3 5 Emporia State Singleton & Warfield Texas Sen & Watts NEG
2018 NDT District IIIMAC 2/23/2018 NDTD3 8 UT Dallas Baez & Kaul Emporia State Singleton & Warfield NEG
2018 NDT District IIIMAC 2/23/2018 NDTD3 RUNOFFS Missouri State Dickerson & Evans Missouri - Kansas City Jutt & Scott NEG
Missouri - on a 3-0
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO 8 Texas SW Wake Forest AW NEG
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO Doubles Minnesota AL Wake Forest AW NEG
Wake Fores on a 5-0
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2018 Open 3 Oklahoma WP Emory SY AFF
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2018 Open 4 Oklahoma HN Wichita State SW NEG
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2018 Open Double Northwestern JW Oklahoma WP NEG
Northweste on a 2-1
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2018 Open 5 Northwestern JW Oklahoma SP NEG
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2018 Open Doubles Wichita State SW Wake Forest AW NEG
Wake Fores on a 3-0
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 1 Wake Forest MR George Mason HO AFF
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 8 Emory SY Wake Forest EF NEG
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR DBLS Wake Forest EF Harvard AM NEG
Wake Fores on a 3-2
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open RD 1 Wyoming HC Wake Forest MR NEG
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open RD 2 Nevada Las Vegas HG Gonzaga SW NEG
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open RD 3 UC Berkeley JR Texas KM AFF
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open RD 4 Wake Forest AD Kansas HM AFF
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open OCTAS Gonzaga SW Wake Forest AD NEG
Wake Fores on a 3-0
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open QTRS Wake Forest AD Nevada Las Vegas HG AFF
Wake Fores on a 3-0
62nd Annual George R R Pflaum Debate Tournament 10/13/2017 OPEN 3 WicSta CW EmpSta NR NEG
62nd Annual George R R Pflaum Debate Tournament 10/13/2017 OPEN 4 Kansas FR Mis- JS NEG
62nd Annual George R R Pflaum Debate Tournament 10/13/2017 OPEN 6 Kansas BW Concor BE NEG
62nd Annual George R R Pflaum Debate Tournament 10/13/2017 OPEN Quarters Mis- JS Kansas FR AFF
Mis- JS on a 2-1
21st Val Browning Round Robin Weber State 9/27/2017 Val 3 Gonzaga SW Emporia State ES NEG
21st Val Browning Round Robin Weber State 9/27/2017 Val 4 Binghamton BM Cornell KR NEG
21st Val Browning Round Robin Weber State 9/27/2017 Val 7 Arizona State CR West Georgia CJ AFF
21st Val Browning Round Robin Weber State 9/27/2017 Val 8 Rutgers-Newark CW Nevada Las Vegas AK NEG
UMKC Baby Jo 9/16/2017 Open 5 UT Dallas BJ Gonzaga JB NEG
UMKC Baby Jo 9/16/2017 Open 6 Texas BP UT Dallas KR AFF
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round 3 Wyoming CH UT Dallas AR AFF
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round 5 Wayne State CH Binghamton AY AFF
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round 6 Michigan State GR West Georgia CC NEG
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Round 7 George Mason BH Kentucky BT NEG
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Octos Michigan State WR Wake Forest AS NEG
Wake Fores on a 5-0
71st National Debate Tournament at Kansas 3/23/2017 Open Quarters Wake Forest AS Kansas HW AFF
Wake Fores on a 4-1
NDT District III MAC 2/17/2017 D3 1 Houston LS Texas KS NEG
NDT District III MAC 2/17/2017 D3 4 Missouri State DW UT Dallas BJ AFF
NDT District III MAC 2/17/2017 D3 7 Wichita State CW UT Dallas AR AFF
Kathryn Klassic Winter Debate Tournament at CSU Fullerton 1/7/2017 OPEN 4 Liberty BD Nevada Las Vegas GH NEG
Kathryn Klassic Winter Debate Tournament at CSU Fullerton 1/7/2017 OPEN 5 Emory DP Michigan GW AFF
Kathryn Klassic Winter Debate Tournament at CSU Fullerton 1/7/2017 OPEN Doubles Kansas HW Wake Forest AS NEG
Wake Fores on a 3-0
Kathryn Klassic Winter Debate Tournament at CSU Fullerton 1/7/2017 JV Semi Lville WW SFSU GB AFF
Lville WW on a 2-1
USC Alan Nichols Tournament 1/3/2017 Var 3 UC Berkeley FM Indiana HF NEG
USC Alan Nichols Tournament 1/3/2017 Var 5 West Georgia CC Indiana AS AFF
USC Alan Nichols Tournament 1/3/2017 Var Dubs Emory FL Nevada Las Vegas AK AFF
Emory FL on a 3-0
USC Alan Nichols Tournament 1/3/2017 Var Octos Kentucky BT Wake Forest AS NEG
Wake Fores on a 2-1
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 3 George Mason HM Texas BP NEG
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR RD 6 Emory LS Liberty BD AFF
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/19/2016 SHIR DBLS Oklahoma Sa Kansas FK NEG
Oklahoma S on a 4-1
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/29/2016 Open RD 3 Michigan State CL Dartmouth VV NEG
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/29/2016 Open RD 4 Nevada Las Vegas GH Wake Forest CR AFF
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/29/2016 Open RD 5 Texas BP Michigan GW NEG
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/29/2016 Open DOUBLES Kentucky NA Gonzaga SW NEG
Kentucky N on a 2-1
Kentucky College Tournament 9/28/2016 Open 3 Pittsburgh DL Kentucky AN NEG
Kentucky College Tournament 9/28/2016 Open 4 Georgia State DH Indiana DG NEG
Kentucky College Tournament 9/28/2016 Open 8 Houston SL George Mason CH AFF
Kentucky College Tournament 9/28/2016 Nov Semis Minnesota DK Illinois SH NEG
Illinois S on a 3-0
Kentucky College Tournament 9/28/2016 JV Final Wayne State HW Samford DR NEG
Samford DR on a 2-1
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 JV 2 UT Dallas Gilbert & Rizvi Florida Callaghan & Kizito NEG
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 Open 7 Missouri State West & Wicks George Mason Brown & Hansen NEG
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 Open 8 Kansas State Ford & Smith Kansas Delph & Glasscock AFF
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/17/2016 JV Semis Florida Callaghan & Kizito UT Dallas Gilbert & Rizvi AFF
Florida Ca on a 2-1
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Round 2 West Georgia MS Gonzaga BJ AFF
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Round 4 Indiana SH Gonzaga SW AFF
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Round 5 Weber State GT Michigan State ST NEG
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Round 6 Northwestern MO Kansas State PR AFF
70th National Debate Tournament at Binghamton 3/31/2016 Open Quarters Wake Forest AS Michigan MK NEG
Michigan M on a 4-1
District IIIMAC Championship 2/19/2016 D3 2 Southern Methodist NS UT Dallas BJ NEG
District IIIMAC Championship 2/19/2016 D3 6 Missouri State OW Oklahoma SZ NEG
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO 3 Wyoming MM Wake Forest CL NEG
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO 6 Wake Forest DR Emory FR AFF
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO 7 UT Dallas LO Nevada Las Vegas BK AFF
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO Doubles Michigan KM UT Dallas LO AFF
Michigan K on a 5-0
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO Quarters Wake Forest AS Georgetown KL AFF
Wake Fores on a 3-0
Hochmuth Round Robin Pittsburgh 1/22/2016 RR Round 1 Rutgers-Newark QH Wake Forest SM NEG
Hochmuth Round Robin Pittsburgh 1/22/2016 RR Round 3 Central Oklahoma HS Liberty CB NEG
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2016 Open 2 Michigan KM Michigan State RB AFF
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2016 Open 5 Texas CS Wyoming MM AFF
Cal Swing 2 1/7/2016 Open Double Michigan State TS Indiana HS AFF
Michigan S on a 3-0
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2016 Open 2 Kentucky GV Wake Forest BR NEG
Cal Swing 1 1/3/2016 Open 5 Stanford PT Indiana SH AFF
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 7 Cornell KR Gonzaga BJ NEG
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 8 George Mason MT Nevada Las Vegas AO NEG
Harvard 10/31/2015 Open 1 Kansas FK Michigan KP AFF
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open 2 West Georgia MS Gonzaga CJ NEG
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open 3 Wyoming MM Texas BP AFF
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open 5 Weber State GT Nevada Las Vegas BK AFF
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open 6 Nevada Las Vegas BT Texas DJ NEG
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open 2x Nevada Las Vegas BK Kansas HW AFF
Nevada Las on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open Octas Texas DJ Weber State GT NEG
Weber Stat on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic 10/17/2015 Open Qrtrs Weber State GT Wyoming MM AFF
Weber Stat on a 2-1
Kentucky College Tournament 9/30/2015 Open 2 Kentucky GN Michigan SG AFF
Kentucky College Tournament 9/30/2015 Open 5 Georgia State HN Texas BP NEG
Kentucky College Tournament 9/30/2015 Open 7 Harvard BK Mary Washington LS AFF
Kentucky College Tournament 9/30/2015 Open Oct Michigan MK Kentucky GV AFF
Michigan M on a 2-1
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 4 Florida MC Kansas WS AFF
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 5 Texas KS Weber State GT NEG
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 6 Weber State OP UT Dallas BF NEG
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 JV Finals Kansas City Kansas CC WU Weber State BL NEG
Weber Stat on a 2-1
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 2x Weber State GT Nevada Las Vegas AO AFF
Weber Stat on a 3-0
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN Octos Weber State GT Kansas FK AFF
Weber Stat on a 3-0
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open 1 Kentucky GV Liberty CE AFF
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open 2 Gonzaga SW Kansas KC NEG
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open 5 Texas SK Kentucky HR AFF
69th National Debate Tournament in Iowa 4/3/2015 Open 7 Wake Forest DL Kentucky GN NEG
District III Mid America Championships 2/27/2015 D3 1 Texas CS Kansas CK NEG
District III Mid America Championships 2/27/2015 D3 4 Texas KS North Texas CS AFF
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO 1 West Georgia Gaius & Robles Missouri State Cole & Russo AFF
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO 4 Texas Kilpatrick & Stransky Michigan State Lavelle & Munsinger NEG
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO 7 Liberty Chiri & Edwards Kentucky Hampton & Roman AFF
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO Doubles Weber State Hendricks & Tippets Northwestern Miles & Vellayappan NEG
Northweste on a 5-0
Hochmuth Round Robin 1/24/2015 RR Round 1 Liberty CE Wake Forest DL AFF
Hochmuth Round Robin 1/24/2015 RR Round 7 Kansas CK George Mason KL NEG
2015 Kathryn Klassic Cal State Fullerton 1/7/2015 Open 2 Nevada Las Vegas KO Michigan AP NEG
2015 Kathryn Klassic Cal State Fullerton 1/7/2015 Open 4 Wyoming BC Texas CC NEG
2015 Kathryn Klassic Cal State Fullerton 1/7/2015 Nov Semis Cal State Fullerton HM Western Connecticut State FS AFF
Cal State on a 2-1
2015 USC Alan Nichols Debate Tournament 1/3/2015 Var 2 Texas CC Northwestern WO NEG
2015 USC Alan Nichols Debate Tournament 1/3/2015 Var 4 Kansas CK Nevada Las Vegas KO AFF
2015 USC Alan Nichols Debate Tournament 1/3/2015 Var Dubs Wake Forest DL Kansas CK NEG
Wake Fores on a 2-1
2015 USC Alan Nichols Debate Tournament 1/3/2015 Var Octos Northwestern MV Liberty CE AFF
Northweste on a 3-2
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN 6 Cal State Fullerton GD Emory BD NEG
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN 7 Liberty AM Iowa KL AFF
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN 8 Florida CM Michigan State BM NEG
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN DBLS Oklahoma AC Kentucky GN NEG
Kentucky G on a 5-0
Harvard Debate Costume Contest and Tournament 10/25/2014 Open Round 2 Wake Forest AD Kentucky GN NEG
Harvard Debate Costume Contest and Tournament 10/25/2014 Open Round 3 Concordia College SS Samford CK AFF
Harvard Debate Costume Contest and Tournament 10/25/2014 Open Round 6 Liberty CE Kansas CK NEG
Harvard Debate Costume Contest and Tournament 10/25/2014 Open Round 7 Kentucky Ro Stanford GL NEG
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open 1 Whitman College KT Texas WB AFF
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open 2 Texas SC Whitman College AB NEG
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open 3 Texas DM Weber State HT NEG
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open 4 Stanford AC Kansas MW NEG
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 JV 5 Fresno State LS North Texas AP NEG
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open 7 Gonzaga WS North Texas CS AFF
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Nov Semis Weber State MG Arizona State BA NEG
Arizona St on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/18/2014 Open Doubles Wyoming BJ Nevada Las Vegas BY AFF
Wyoming BJ on a 2-1
Kentucky College Tournament 10/4/2014 Open Round 2 West Georgia CJ Northwestern EM NEG
Kentucky College Tournament 10/4/2014 Open Round 3 Wake Forest DL Kentucky GN AFF
Kentucky College Tournament 10/4/2014 Open Round 5 Wake Forest NW Georgia State NS AFF
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 3 Nevada Las Vegas EJ Texas MD NEG
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 JV Round 5 UT San Antonio GN Oklahoma CL NEG
2014 UMKC Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/13/2014 OPEN 7 Southern California NO Kansas State MM AFF
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open 1 Nwstrn MV IdahoSt DI AFF
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open 3 Weber HT Indiana Swing NEG
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open 7 UNLV RV Towson JR AFF
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open 8 Kentucky GR West Ga AM NEG
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open Semis Okla CL Georgetown AM NEG
Georgetown on a 3-2
NDT District 3 Qualifier and MAC 2/28/2014 D3 D3 2 WSU MO Mo State MR AFF
NDT District 3 Qualifier and MAC 2/28/2014 MAC O Mac Open 5 Texas CD JCCC DG AFF
NDT District 3 Qualifier and MAC 2/28/2014 MAC O Semis Texas KS Houston AJ AFF
Texas KS on a 3-0
Texas Open 2/8/2014 TXO 3 Kansas Harris & Wefald Weber State Alvarado & Sharif AFF
Texas Open 2/8/2014 TXO 6 Binghamton Sehgal & Reddick Northwestern McCarty & Pei NEG
Texas Open 2/8/2014 TXO 7 Nevada Las Vegas Kezios & Ogata Wyoming Marcum & Pauli NEG
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/25/2014 Open 1 Oklahoma MM Kansas KS AFF
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/25/2014 Open 3 Kansas BM UTDallas MV AFF
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/25/2014 Open 4 MoState MR Kansas HW AFF
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/25/2014 JV JV Semis JCCC SW NEG
JCCC SW on a 3-0
Bear Shock Wichita State 1/25/2014 JV JV Finals JCCC SW KCKCC JM NEG
KCKCC JM on a 2-1
William DeMougeot Debates 1/9/2014 Open 1 Houston LR Texas CD AFF
William DeMougeot Debates 1/9/2014 JV JV 2 UTDallas BP Lindenwood BM NEG
William DeMougeot Debates 1/9/2014 Open 3 Wyoming HJ Texas HM NEG
William DeMougeot Debates 1/9/2014 Open Doubles Kansas HW Wyoming MP AFF
Kansas HW on a 2-1
William DeMougeot Debates 1/9/2014 Open Octos Kansas BM Texas CM NEG
Texas CM on a 2-1
William DeMougeot Debates 1/9/2014 Open Quarters Houston LR KSU KM AFF
Houston LR on a 2-1
William DeMougeot Debates 1/9/2014 Open Semis Houston LR Texas CM AFF
Houston LR on a 3-0
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN 5 Kentucky GR Texas CM AFF
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN 8 Kansas BC Northern Iowa SS AFF
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN DBLS Idaho State DI Georgetown AM NEG
Georgetown on a 4-1
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/19/2013 Open Round 5 UNLV JS Sac State FG NEG
Las Vegas Classic Invitational 10/19/2013 Open 2x UNT AK Gonzaga CK AFF
UNT AK on a 3-0
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 3 Oklahoma CB Georgetown KU NEG
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 4 Minnesota CE Wayne State LM AFF
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 5 George Mason DM Missouri State CC NEG
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 6 Liberty CE Georgetown ErMc AFF
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 8 Georgia State FN Missouri State HM NEG
2013 Baby Jo Memorial 9/14/2013 OPEN 4 UNT OF Texas KS NEG
67th National Debate Tournament 3/29/2013 Open Octofinals Wake LM Texas GM AFF
Wake LM on a 5-0
District 3 Qualifier Mid America Championship 2/22/2013 Open Round 3 Texas FS UCeOkl C AFF
District 3 Qualifier Mid America Championship 2/22/2013 D3 Round 4 UNoTex K Texas GM NEG
Northwestern Owen L Coon 2/9/2013 OC 3 KCKCC MR MoState CP NEG
Northwestern Owen L Coon 2/9/2013 OC 8 NYU AG Wyoming BF NEG
Harvard 10/27/2012 Open 1 NorthwLV MissouBR AFF
Harvard 10/27/2012 Open 4 GeorgeKL Texas MG NEG
Harvard 10/27/2012 Open 5 NorthwHM WGC DF AFF
Harvard 10/27/2012 Open 7 CentFJM NorthwBF AFF
Harvard 10/27/2012 Open Octos WGC DF Wake FBM AFF
WGC DF on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open Open2 Texas FS NYU AG AFF
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open Open4 Michigan HL Weber GO NEG
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open Open6 Texas ChMa Trinity KV NEG
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open Open7 Fresno St GR USC DP NEG
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open Open2x UNT KP Kansas BR AFF
UNT KP on a 3-0
Las Vegas Classic Invitational @ UNLV 10/13/2012 Open OpenOcts Kansas FS Texas GM NEG
Texas GM on a 3-0
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2012 O Open 1 MoState GN Liberty AH AFF
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2012 O Open 3 Michigan CK Trinity KV NEG
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2012 O Open 6 KCKCC MR MoState CP AFF
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP Open2 Texas FL MoState CP AFF
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP Open4 CSUF BS MoState BR NEG
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP Open2x MoState GN ConCol BS AFF
MoState GN on a 3-0
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP OpenOctos TriUni BG Weber GO NEG
Weber GO on a 3-0