Dustin Meyers-Levy Paradigm

Last changed 2/29 3:50P EDT

Misc procedural things:

1. He/him/his; call me DML or Dustin, preferably not "judge;" if you call me Mr. Meyers-Levy I'll assume you think I'm old and I'll give you old-person points

2. Debated at Edina HS from 2008-2012, at the University of Michigan from 2012-2017, and currently coach at Michigan and GBN

3. Please include me on all email and/or jumping chains (but why would you use jump drives if email is accessible?)--my email is dustml94[at]gmail[dot]com. please no pocketbox or speechdrop or whatever the latest one is. Asking if I want to be added might suggest that you didn't take the time to read on. (thanks Kurt)

4. Nothing set in stone debate is up to the debaters go for what you want to blah blah blah argument is a claim and a warrant don't clip cards

5. I lied, this is what is set in stone: there are two teams of two debaters (excluding maverick situations), each debater gives one constructive and one rebuttal according to tournament speech times. I will flow, and I will only flow the words that the first debater who speaks in their assigned speech says (I won't flow prompting until the debater giving the speech says things). you can do whatever else you want during the debate, but I intend to judge a debate and will attempt to flow whatever does occur in the manner that I would a debate, and if one team is attempting to debate while the other one is not, I will unequivocally listen to the team attempting to debate and vote for them when the time allocated for the 2AR ends. if you need some part of this clarified in order to determine your strategy, I'm likely not the judge for you in the first place.

6. I talk in cross-x sometimes, usually it's just to resolve clarification questions, occasionally to check against obnoxiousness

7. Really, really not okay with cards written by current debaters (at the time of authorship). If you read a card that meets this standard, I reserve the right to pause the debate after the speech and give you 1 minute to decide on a new card (of your choosing) that you can retroactively insert into the speech to replace the original card. If I'm on a panel, I won't stop the round, but I will probably give you a really angry look and conspicuously refuse to flow the card, and every time you cite the card in a following speech to support an argument I will cross the argument out on my flow.

8. I will not even begin to consider evidence that is "footnoted" or "inserted into the record" unless it's a picture or chart or something that can't be converted into card format. this applies to rehighlighting of the other team's evidence. you have to read the entirety of a card for it to be considered. I have no idea why people think anything less than that is acceptable practice.

9. Speaks usually range from 28-29.5 (realistically more like 28-29.3 on average); below 28 and there are some serious deficiencies, above 29.5 (again, realistically above 29.3) you're going above and beyond to wow me. I don't really try to compare debaters across different rounds to give speaks; I assign them based on a round-by-round basis.

10. If you would enthusiastically describe your strategy as "memes" or "trolling," you should strike me.

Top-level:

Debate is a game and at the end of the 2 hours we spend together I will be obligated to make a decision as to who won and who lost. This implies a few things that are non-negotiable, mostly implied above, and entirely stolen from Joe:

1. There are rules in debate. Speeches have fixed times. The first partner to speak in a speech is the only one whose words count. This is non-negotiable.

2. I'm going to flow your speech. There is nothing you can possibly do to stop this short of concede. What's worse, I'm even going to decide the debate based on said flow and said flow alone.

--2.1. I'm going to flow your speech straight down on whatever page you've indicated you're going to. If you really think your overview needs a new sheet of paper, or that I should save space on my flow for framework/the perm in the 1NR instead of you just taking each arg in order and figuring out how to split the block more efficiently, then I guess I'll do it, but I've literally never been in a debate that was won because an arg was in an overview on a new sheet that couldn't have been made in a shorter overview/on the line-by-line, and I can't remember a time when saving space on my flow made things simpler and not messier (if only because I misjudge how much space to save basically every time). The more you deviate from the line by line and try to jump around between different parts of the debate (especially in K debates), the less I'm going to care about the order you're trying to give, because I'm just going to flow every argument in a row after you make it.

3. I apply a strict standard of technical refutation and argument framing to the final rebuttals. You will not win if you drop arguments. In practice, this means I vote against kritik teams more than I vote for them. It’s not personal.

Aside from these things, I’m overwhelmingly agnostic about any argument/argumentative style in debate. The only thing I’m concerned about is how certain I can be that one side won and lost. I think I am truth over tech in the sense that if I am uncertain about whether or not an argument is explained enough to merit a ballot, I am unlikely to vote on it even if it's technically dropped by the other side, because I believe arguments have a burden of proof to meet before they require rejoinder. Thus, I often make decisions in terms of relative certainty; that is, how certain (or uncertain) I am about any given argument. This is an arbitrary threshold, but one that's relatively easy to lower/raise based on framing your arguments in these terms ("they've conceded X, which means you can be certain voting aff solves Y but you can't be certain voting neg does, Y outweighs"). This is why well-developed presumption arguments will win many ballots and points from me; presumption is a way of minimizing relative uncertainty and telling me what to do if I'm uncertain about something. Using this framing explicitly in your 2NR/2AR will both make debates far easier for me to resolve and demonstrate that you’re adapting to my philosophy.

NDT 2020 updates:

Ideologically, I believe that I'm decidedly okay for K arguments, but I strongly prefer judging teams who attempt to innovate creatively within the bounds of the topic, and my voting record this year has largely reflected that. If your aff talks about China/Russia, then you're in a decent spot with me. If you defend the ramifications of cooperating with one/both of them over space activities in one of the topic areas, you're in a great spot. If your aff says "going to space is bad," I will likely be very persuaded by the argument that that is neg ground. Uniqueness and relative solvency matter overwhelmingly for me; I usually vote for whoever accounts for both of those things to a greater degree (which usually ends up being the team making policy args--see below re: cost-benefit analysis/opportunity cost).

The teams who win going for the K on the neg in front of me are those who creatively engage the substance of the aff and apply their theory in the context of specific turns case arguments which encompass as much of the aff's offense as possible while also forwarding a uniqueness argument. For me, the optimal block/2NR would elaborate why, if the K's theory is correct, the aff is more likely to cause their impacts than the squo/the alt would be, and why the K's theory means I can be more certain about that turns case arg than I can be about aff solvency.

The teams who win without reading a plan in front of me are those who proactively reckon with my predisposition that debate is primarily (though perhaps not exclusively) a competitive activity and commit to one of two strategies against framework: 1) impact turn, or 2) creative engagement with definitions. Option 1 is simpler to execute, but requires more explanation as to why considering debate as just a game is bad, and is something of a harder sell for me. I'm much more interested by option 2; I think affs that creatively redefine terms in the resolution with actual definition cards and defend a relatively limited interpretation of the topic are strategic and intriguing. However, this strategy is a lot harder to execute, and requires a well-thought-out plan for how you want to defend your definitions.

I do a lot of K work, but I've tried to maintain a healthy balance of topic work as well this year. That said, most of my policy work has been focused on process CPs and some space law stuff. I'm not super up on the arms control area beyond the K side, and while I'll catch on to the legal aspects of most SSA/STM affs pretty quickly, the technical aspects might take a bit for me to conceptualize. I'm not too familiar with the details of China's/Russia's space programs, or their governments in general. I don't know what asteroids are.

I'll go on the record to say that I'm a better judge for T than most. In general, on a topic this big I find myself caring less about the quality of evidence for an interpretation than I do about the vision for debate it espouses. I'm more persuaded by strict debatability args than args about the affs that people have collectively agreed are/aren't topical. This also means I'm more persuaded by ground (especially neg ground) as an internal link to debatability than limits.

I'm so serious about vague perms. I'm completely willing to discount an under-explained perm or give a lot of leeway to the neg, especially if the neg points it out, and I'd gleefully reject a vague perm purely on theoretical grounds if the neg tells me to. I've judged a decent amount of rounds, some of them elims in which I sat, in which the 2AR extended the perm for under 10 seconds as a tiebreaker and I voted neg despite the perm making intuitive sense because the aff never developed it. "Do both" is not an argument; "do the CP" is a waste of everyone's time. Say more in the 2AC. (Obviously the latter isn't true vs all CPs, but it's on you to explain why that's the case in any given debate.) See below for more explanation.

K/planless aff/T debates:

I emphasize my agnosticism at the top in order to indicate that I’m better for the K/planless affs in the abstract than previous iterations of my philosophy indicated; that said, in practice, I still find myself voting against it a lot. Maybe it’s the neoliberal bastard in me, but in my ten-plus years in debate (and not without trying), I haven’t been able to conceptualize a coherent way of making the determination of how certain I am outside of cost-benefit analysis and evaluating unique opportunity costs. Topical, plan-focused debate appeals to me because it's the only form of comparison that I've encountered in debate thus far which allows me to make that determination as objectively and fairly as possible and which enables both sides to evaluate unique opportunity costs in a relatively equitable manner. While I could be persuaded that other such metrics exist, I think it would take quite a bit of work, and I'm much more persuaded by creative we meet/counter-interpretations (preferably that counter-define the words that the neg defines). For Ks on the neg, this means that more often than not unique links are the most influential factor in my decision calculus. Whichever side more persuasively articulates why things will be uniquely better or uniquely worse than the status quo/aff/whatever usually wins. Framework arguments that attempt to minimize the relevance of unique links are not persuasive to me. Ks that are able to explain why the world is made measurably worse by me voting aff, and have a framework argument that give me a metric by which I can measure how much worse, are very persuasive.

Other things:

1. I’m skeptical of any totalizing theory of how the world/society/politics works. Saying that a counter-example to your theory is an exception that proves the rule or whatever just indicates to me that your theory lacks scholarly rigor. I prefer theories that direct me towards how to act/understand the world when I don’t have complete information about it, or how to determine which side's theory has more explanatory power when there are counter-examples to sort through from both sides.

2. Planless affs usually lose in front of me because of a disconnect between their impacts and what they claim to solve/how they claim to solve it. Proactively lowering that threshold as much as possible will go a long way for me. An easy way to do this is by explaining solvency/impact arguments in the context of me making a decision, not just what the 1AC offered.

3. I often vote neg in T debates because the aff fails to explain why debating the aff is valuable. Aff framework arguments that don’t explain the unique value of competition and negation are not persuasive; framework arguments that prioritize a role for competition/negation and the comparison of opportunity costs while attempting to use them in different ways than debate conventionally does are very persuasive to me.

4. This all said, "fairness is an intrinsic good" doesn't really make sense to me. Fairness isn't the intrinsic good of debate; contestation is.

5. I think that others should not suffer, that the cessation of mitosis is bad, and that contingent truth is possible and a better basis for action than nothing. If your K disagrees with any of these fundamental premises, I am a bad judge for it.

6. I don't get Ks of linear time. I get Ks of whitewashing, progress narratives, etc. I get the argument that historical events influence the present. I just don't get how any of those things are mutually exclusive with, and indeed how they don't also rely on, some understanding of linear time/causality. I think this is because I have a very particular understanding of what "linear time" means/refers to, which is to say that it's hard for me to disassociate that phrase with the basic concept of cause/effect and the progression of time in a measurable, linear fashion. This isn't as firm of a belief as #5; I can certainly imagine one of these args clicking with me eventually. This is just to say that the burden of explanation is much higher and you would likely be better served going for more plan-specific link arguments or maybe just using different terminology/including a brief explanation as to why you're not disagreeing with the basic premise that causes have observable effects, even if those effects aren't immediately apparent. If you are disagreeing with that premise, you should probably strike me, as it will require far longer than two hours for me to comprehend your argument, let alone agree with it.

7. Args about what another team did in another debate are not persuasive to me. I wasn’t there, I don’t know what happened, and there’s enough going on in the round at hand that I don’t feel compelled to make it my concern. Similarly, I will not vote for or against a team based on who they are--I vote based on arguments made, not who made them; random ad-homs against a debater or their schools aren't endearing and will probably lose you some speaker points. I really don't like homogenizing schools as all reading one specific type of argument; please don't do that in cross-x or speeches.

8. I'm not persuaded by "debate bad."

9. I do not know what the Iraq War is, nor do I know what the Vietnam War is, I have never heard of either of these events in my life, nor have I ever encountered any evidence of their existence, and in the context of debate they are fundamentally unpersuasive to me as examples, as it would take longer to explain to me what happened in these events than you have time for in a debate round

Policy debates:

I've actually been doing a lot more policy research this year than in past years, though I still do a lot of K/K answer research and almost exclusively coach teams who are having K debate during tournaments. That said, a lot of the policy research I do centers on process CPs and impact turns; this does mean occasionally I’m less on top of the topic in policy debates than I wish I were. I’m good at picking up on the tricks in your argument if I understand the subject matter, but I might need a bit more hand-holding than other judges for your super-specific strats.

Other things:

1. I'm not the best judge for most theory args as a reason to reject the team if the offending position is not in the 2NR (with the exception of conditionality, which is a context in which I fundamentally do not understand how I can reject the argument but not the team). In general, I tend to hold the 2AR to a high threshold for new arguments in theory debates that they usually do not meet, and I think the amount of time that would be required in the 1AR to avoid that threshold is almost universally better spent elsewhere. I'm much more persuaded by theory args about what happened in the debate than setting a model/precedent/whatever.

3. Apparently T against policy affs is no longer in style. Fortunately, I have a terrible sense of style. This resolution is very large, but in general, I think I'm better for the neg for T than (I guess) a lot of the pool; I wouldn't normally put myself in this place, but reading through some judge philosophies I find a lot of people who say they don't like judging T or don't think T debates are good, and I strongly disagree with that claim.

4. I think judge kick makes intuitive sense, but I won't do it unless I'm told to. That said, I also think I have a lower threshold for what constitutes the neg "telling me to" than most. There are some phrases that signify to me that I can default to the status quo by my own choosing; these include, but aren't necessarily limited to, "the status quo is always a logical policy option" and/or "counter-interp: the neg gets X conditional options and the status quo."

5. "Perm do both" is not an argument! Neither is "perm do the counterplan/alt!" I'm very easily persuaded by neg vagueness args against perms like these, and I've started voting neg in situations where I can imagine other judges voting aff because the perm was like 10-15 seconds in every speech starting from the 1AR. I hate giving decisions where I have to decide that because there's a perm, there must be some world in which the aff and counter-advocacy aren't competitive, even if I can't possibly explain what that world is. If the neg gives me reason not to, or the aff explains that world for me, I'll be much happier. This doesn't mean you have to write out full perm texts--and "perm do both" can be okay, as long as you say more than just that--the 2AC should include at least an explanation of what actor does what action when and how it's net beneficial.

6. I would gleefully welcome a nuanced, developed intrinsicness debate with substantive amounts of time invested starting in the 2AC.

Inherency:

A lost art.

Misc judging quirks:

· I don't think memes are funny.

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· I usually take until decision time; I like to write out as much of my decisions as I can. Sorry for being thorough.

· I'm usually pretty expressive, especially when I'm not feeling an argument. I'm interested in making debates the best they can be--if you're confused about why I'm shaking my head for some reason during an argument, I think I'd be open to answering if you asked what you're doing wrong during the speech.

· You do you, but I rarely find myself persuaded by excessive posturing. I've always thought the debaters with the most ethos were those who kept above the fray and stayed cool, who had fun and treated their opponents with respect rather than trying to prove how much more they know.

· I have a lot of distaste for canned speeches. I notice this a lot more on the neg than on the aff, but if you're obviously reading pre-written stuff for the majority of your final rebuttal, you won't get very good points. I will subtract a full point for a 2NR/2AR that rereads significant portions of earlier speeches.

· Please don't make a big deal about reading a card that I cut in front of me. It's just kind of uncomfortable both for myself and the other team.

Full Judging Record

Tournament Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
D5 NDT Qualifying Tournament at Northwestern 2/22/2020 D5 Runoff Indiana Bagan & Lincourt Wayne State Brown & Reynolds Aff Aff on a 3-0
D5 NDT Qualifying Tournament at Northwestern 2/22/2020 D5 R4 Indiana Holland & Gupta Wayne State Brown & Reynolds Neg Neg on a 2-1
D5 NDT Qualifying Tournament at Northwestern 2/22/2020 D5 R3 Wayne State Brown & Reynolds Indiana Bagan & Lincourt Neg Neg on a 3-0
D5 NDT Qualifying Tournament at Northwestern 2/22/2020 D5 R2 Purdue Sidhu & Joseph Michigan State Pepper & Scullion Neg Neg on a 2-1
D5 NDT Qualifying Tournament at Northwestern 2/22/2020 D5 R1 Michigan State Pepper & Scullion Indiana Bagan & Lincourt Aff Aff on a 3-0
Texas Open 2/1/2020 OP Double Dartmouth ET Kansas HH Aff Aff on a 3-0
Texas Open 2/1/2020 OP R8 Dartmouth GM Georgetown BP Neg
Texas Open 2/1/2020 OP R6 Emory CM Baylor CT Aff
Texas Open 2/1/2020 OP R3 NYU MP Wyoming MR Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA 1/18/2020 Open QR Dartmouth MS Emory CM Neg Neg on a 2-1
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA 1/18/2020 Open Octs Emory PZ Trinity KR Neg Neg on a 3-0
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA 1/18/2020 Open R8 George Mason DM Indiana HG Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA 1/18/2020 Open R7 Georgetown AG Dartmouth WS Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA 1/18/2020 Open R6 Georgetown MW Dartmouth MS Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at USNA 1/18/2020 Open R4 Dartmouth GM Samford EW Aff
Georgetown College Tournament 1/3/2020 Open Quarte Baylor RW Georgetown BP Neg Neg on a 2-1
Georgetown College Tournament 1/3/2020 Open Octafi Emory BW Baylor RW Neg Neg on a 2-1
Georgetown College Tournament 1/3/2020 Open Double George Mason AH Emory BW Neg Neg on a 2-1
Georgetown College Tournament 1/3/2020 Open 8 Northwestern RW George Mason DM Aff
Georgetown College Tournament 1/3/2020 Open 5 UC Berkeley FG Baylor RW Aff
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest 11/23/2019 SHIR OCTS Georgetown BP Dartmouth ET Neg Neg on a 3-2
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest 11/23/2019 SHIR DBLS Emory GS Kansas SM Aff Aff on a 5-0
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest 11/23/2019 SHIR RD 8 Indiana BL Baylor CS Neg
Franklin R Shirley at Wake Forest 11/23/2019 SHIR RD 7 Georgia AW Kansas SM Neg
Harvard College Tournament 11/2/2019 Open Octafi Northwestern JW Dartmouth LV Aff Aff on a 3-0
Harvard College Tournament 11/2/2019 Open R8 Georgia GW Minnesota LW Neg
Harvard College Tournament 11/2/2019 Open R6 Kansas MM Dartmouth WS Neg
Wayne State Ziegelmueller Invitational 10/25/2019 Open Octas Michigan State AM Kentucky KL Aff Aff on a 2-1
Wayne State Ziegelmueller Invitational 10/25/2019 Open R4 Minnesota KS Iowa ST Aff
Wayne State Ziegelmueller Invitational 10/25/2019 Open R1 Kansas SP Kentucky KL Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2019 Open Qtr Emory GS UC Berkeley FG Aff Neg on a 2-1
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2019 Open Double UC Berkeley RN Northwestern GU Aff Aff on a 2-1
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2019 Nov Final Navy YC Purdue AM Neg Aff on a 2-1
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2019 Open R7 UNLV BB Minnesota DK Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2019 Open R6 Kansas HO Emory PW Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/28/2019 Nov R1 Kentucky BH Indiana VR Neg
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 OP Octos Dartmouth ET Georgetown BP Neg Aff on a 2-1
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 JV Quarte Central Florida FS Houston FT Neg Neg on a 2-1
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 OP R6 Georgetown MR Binghamton MZ Aff
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 OP R5 Baylor RW Emory CM Aff
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 JV R3 Central Florida FS Indiana OH Aff
GSU Atlanta Season Opener 9/14/2019 OP R2 George Mason AH Harvard BH Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/30/2019 POL Double HFBRMS AL FFPSVZ DM Aff Aff on a 2-1
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/30/2019 POL R4 Classic HF VS Classic EGW YB Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/30/2019 POL R4 HFBRMS NW FFPSVZ RV Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/30/2019 POL R3 Classic EGW ZM Classic MPP MD Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/30/2019 POL R3 CCMWP FU K-Lab BL Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/30/2019 POL R2 FFPSVZ WP Classic HJO PB Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/30/2019 POL R1 Classic HJO AP K-Lab BK Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 CX Octas Glenbrook South GS Dallas Highland Park ML Neg Neg on a 2-1
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 CX R7 New Trier AK Greenhill KR Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 CX R6 Lexington BS Whitney Young MO Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 CX R5 Westminster BR Coppell DR Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 CX R1 Dallas Highland Park ML Blue Valley Southwest HP Aff
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Octos Oklahoma JS Kansas HM Neg Neg on a 4-1
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Double Oklahoma JS Harvard BG Aff Aff on a 5-0
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Indiana AD UC Berkeley RN Aff Aff on a 2-1
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Northwestern JW Harvard BG Aff Aff on a 2-1
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round UNLV HS Binghamton AY Aff Aff on a 3-0
73rd National Debate Tournament 3/21/2019 Open Round Emory BY Oklahoma JS Neg Neg on a 3-0
NDT District 5 Qualifying Tournament 2/23/2019 NDT R6 Indiana LL Michigan State SJ Neg Neg on a 3-0
NDT District 5 Qualifying Tournament 2/23/2019 NDT 4 Indiana LL Purdue JS Neg Neg on a 3-0
NDT District 5 Qualifying Tournament 2/23/2019 NDT R3 Michigan State SJ Indiana LL Aff Aff on a 3-0
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open OCTAS Harvard BG UC Berkeley FG Neg Neg on a 5-0
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open DBLS UC Berkeley FG Emory BY Neg Aff on a 3-2
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open RD 8 Baylor ZT Harvard BG Neg
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open RD 6 Dartmouth SW Kansas MH Neg
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open RD 2 Emory GS Harvard LZ Aff
55th Owen L Coon Memorial at Northwestern 2/2/2019 Open RD 1 Purdue SJ Georgetown BP Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/19/2019 Open QR Indiana AD Trinity DL Aff Aff on a 3-0
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/19/2019 Open Octs Wake Forest MT Pittsburgh KL Aff Aff on a 3-0
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/19/2019 Open Dbls Minnesota KW Georgetown BP Neg Neg on a 3-0
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/19/2019 Novic R8 Houston WD Dartmouth CR Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/19/2019 Open R7 Minnesota KW UT Dallas MW Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/19/2019 JV R6 Minnesota GL Houston KW Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/19/2019 Open R5 Georgetown BP Dartmouth DJ Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/19/2019 Open R4 Minnesota LR Samford WE Neg
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 2019 1/12/2019 Cutt OR 1 Minnes Kostelny & Wang MicSta Jones & Scullion Neg Neg on a 3-0
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 2019 1/12/2019 Cutt R7 MisSta Dickerson & Evans Indian Liu & Vinson Aff
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 2019 1/12/2019 Cutt R5 Minnes Cavnar-Johnson & Kowal Iowa Blocker & Hurt Neg
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 2019 1/12/2019 Cutt R4 MicSta Adair & Meloche Purdue Joseph & Sidhu Neg
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 2019 1/12/2019 Cutt R3 Georgi Gollner & Weintraub MisSta Morrison & Pieper Aff
Hoosier Invitational Tournament 2019 1/12/2019 Cutt R1 WakFor Marban & Tomasi Indian Bagan & Gupta Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/14/2018 CX Quarte Greenhill EA New Trier EK Aff Aff on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/14/2018 CX Octafi New Trier EK OES CT Aff Aff on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/14/2018 CX Double Glenbrook South GS Cypress Bay BL Aff Aff on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/14/2018 CX R7 Glenbrook South BR Lexington BS Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/14/2018 CX R6 New Trier RT North Broward Prep AB Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/14/2018 CX R5 New Trier LP Kent Denver HS Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/14/2018 CX R4 Kent Denver JL Greenhill TZ Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/14/2018 CX R3 OES CT Mamaroneck WS Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/14/2018 CX R2 Greenhill HR New Trier MW Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/14/2018 CX R1 Lexington HZ Cypress Bay BL Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR OCTS Northwestern JW Baylor RW Aff Neg on a 4-1
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR DBLS Northwestern JW Dartmouth TE Neg Aff on a 3-2
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR RD 6 Wayne State CH Indiana GK Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR RD 4 Harvard CM UC Berkeley NR Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR RD 3 Pittsburgh KL Dartmouth SS Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/17/2018 SHIR RD 1 Harvard BG Purdue SJ Aff
Badgerland 11/9/2018 OCX Quarte Glenbrook South RS Marquette Univ LW Aff Aff on a 2-1
Badgerland 11/9/2018 OCX R5 Ronald Reagan CP RW Madison East HR Neg
Badgerland 11/9/2018 OCX R3 Homestead WP Glenbrook South BY Neg
Badgerland 11/9/2018 OCX R2 Madison East KS Homestead GW Neg
Badgerland 11/9/2018 OCX R1 Ronald Reagan CP EI Marquette Univ TM Neg
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open SEMS Emory GS Georgia AR Aff Aff on a 2-1
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open QTRS Emory GS Oklahoma JS Neg Aff on a 2-1
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open OCTAS Emory GS UC Berkeley FG Aff Aff on a 3-0
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open RD 8 UNLV AW UC Berkeley DL Neg
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open RD 6 Harvard CM Emory GS Aff
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open RD 4 Dartmouth TE Pittsburgh FK Aff
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/27/2018 Open RD 1 George Mason AH Baylor CZ Neg
Wayne State Ziegelmueller Invitational 10/20/2018 Open R7 Northwestern EU Wisconsin- Madison DG Aff
Wayne State Ziegelmueller Invitational 10/20/2018 Open R4 Michigan State JS Kansas HO Aff
Wayne State Ziegelmueller Invitational 10/20/2018 Open R1 Indiana LL Kansas HE Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open Oct Emporia State SW Northwestern JW Neg Neg on a 3-0
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open Double Oklahoma JS UC Berkeley NL Aff Aff on a 3-0
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open R8 Emory AP UC Berkeley NL Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open R5 Georgia State FR Missouri State KV Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open R3 UC Berkeley WS UNLV RR Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/29/2018 Open R1 Dartmouth WM Kentucky BT Neg
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN Double Dartmouth TT Harvard BS Aff Aff on a 3-0
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R8 Minnesota FJ Georgetown GW Neg
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R5 Pittsburgh KL UNLV AW Neg
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R3 Georgia SR Dartmouth SK Aff
GSU National Opener 9/15/2018 OPEN R1 Kansas HE Georgia MG Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL R4 HJPPV BM Classic FH/KLab SR Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL R3 Northside OP HJPPV/FFGSV CU Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL R2 K Lab HP CPPWW LW Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL R1 K Lab CW Classic FH/FFGSV Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/28/2018 CX R7 Iowa City West TK South Eugene LS Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/28/2018 CX R4 Pine Crest Prep PR Montgomery Bell GH Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/28/2018 CX R3 Jenks BM Niles North IW Neg
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round Minnesota KW Wayne State HC Neg Neg on a 3-0
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round Emory FG Northwestern CE Neg Neg on a 3-0
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round Dartmouth EM Wayne State AD Aff Aff on a 2-1
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round Georgia AR Baylor BZ Neg Neg on a 3-0
72nd National Debate Tournament at Wichita State 3/22/2018 Open Round Georgetown GP Baylor RW Neg Neg on a 3-0
IHSA Policy Division 3/16/2018 CX Octos Whitney Young MM New Trier AK Neg Neg on a 3-0
IHSA Policy Division 3/16/2018 CX R5 Niles North LL Eric Solorio CC Aff
IHSA Policy Division 3/16/2018 CX R4 Glenbrook South KR Whitney Young JT Aff Aff on a 2-0
IHSA Policy Division 3/16/2018 CX R3 Homewood-Flossmoor BW Evanston Township RH Neg Neg on a 2-0
IHSA Policy Division 3/16/2018 CX R2 Maine East MR Northside College Prep KS Neg Neg on a 2-0
IHSA Policy Division 3/16/2018 CX R1 New Trier JM Glenbrook South HK Neg
District V Quals 2/24/2018 D5qual R5 Wayne State Doug Husic & Kristina Curtiss Indiana Harry Aaronson & Nick Gallina Neg Neg on a 3-0
District V Quals 2/24/2018 D5qual R4 Indiana Ben Tally & Cameron Dehmlow Dunne Northwestern Gabriel 'Jelly Beans' Jankovsky & Joe Weideman Neg Neg on a 3-0
District V Quals 2/24/2018 D5qual R3 Wayne State Katrail Davis & Jenny Anton Indiana Ben Tally & Cameron Dehmlow Dunne Aff Aff on a 3-0
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO Double Wake Forest MR Emory FG Neg Neg on a 3-0
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO R8 Georgia HH Harvard RS Aff
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO R6 Baylor CW Harvard BC Neg
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO R4 UC Berkeley FG Minnesota AL Aff
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO R3 Kansas BH Harvard LZ Aff
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO R2 Dartmouth FT Northwestern JW Aff
Texas Open 2/3/2018 TXO R1 Trinity DK UC Berkeley DJ Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/13/2018 Open Semis Dartmouth AA Trinity DK Neg Neg on a 2-1
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/13/2018 Open Dbls Wayne State AD Minnesota DL Aff Neg on a 2-1
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/13/2018 Open R8 Dartmouth EM Kentucky HR Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/13/2018 Open R7 Kentucky AN Trinity DK Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/13/2018 Open R5 Minnesota JW Mary Washington CL Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/13/2018 Open R4 Wayne State AD Dartmouth FT Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy 1/13/2018 JV R3 Minnesota GM George Mason TK Neg
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami 1/3/2018 OPEN Quarte Emory MM Minnesota AL Neg Neg on a 3-0
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami 1/3/2018 JV SF Boston College DW Florida State SH Aff Aff on a 3-0
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami 1/3/2018 OPEN R7 Trinity DK Georgia RS Aff
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami 1/3/2018 OPEN R6 Minnesota CW Mary Washington CL Neg
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami 1/3/2018 OPEN R5 Georgia AR Minnesota AL Aff
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami 1/3/2018 OPEN R3 Minnesota WK Emory BL Aff
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami 1/3/2018 JV R2 Central Florida BC Boston College DW Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/15/2017 CX Octafi Cypress Bay KK Minneapolis Washburn DK Neg Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/15/2017 CX Double Peninsula JK Calhoun BF Aff Aff on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/15/2017 CX R7 Greenhill LW Peninsula JK Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/15/2017 CX R6 Stuyvesant CH Oregon Episcopal CT Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/15/2017 CX R5 Lexington ZH Iowa City WH Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/15/2017 CX R2 Whitney Young GP Monta Vista PS Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/15/2017 CX R1 Marquette Univ MD Cypress Bay KK Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX Qtrs Harker HO Montgomery Bell GH Neg Neg on a 3-0
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX Octos College Prep CM Greenhill AL Aff Aff on a 3-0
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX Sextos Harker HO Blue Valley Southwest LK Neg Aff on a 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX R6 Cypress Bay BB Iowa City West TK Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX R5 Notre Dame MP Lindblom Math and Science MK Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX R4 Minneapolis Washburn DK Niles North IW Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX R3 New Trier AK Maine East BL Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX R2 Head Royce NL Solorio CC Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VCX R1 Neenah LC Cypress Bay SK Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR DBLS Baylor BZ Emory FG Neg Neg on a 3-2
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 8 Emory BL Texas LI Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 7 Emory MM Kansas FM Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 6 Indiana TD Harvard MS Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 5 Kansas HM Harvard AM Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/11/2017 SHIR RD 4 Dartmouth FT Northwestern CE Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 11/1/2017 VCX Final North Broward Prep MR Montgomery Bell BJ Neg Neg on a 3-0
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 11/1/2017 VCX Quarte Iowa City West JW North Broward Prep MR Neg Neg on a 2-1
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 11/1/2017 VCX Octos New Trier AK Montgomery Bell GH Neg Neg on a 3-0
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 11/1/2017 VCX Double Niles North LL Lexington BB Aff Aff on a 3-0
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 11/1/2017 VCX R6 New Trier AK Cypress Bay KK Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 11/1/2017 VCX R5 Whitney Young GP Iowa City West JW Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 11/1/2017 VCX R4 New Trier ML St Ignatius Cleveland KM Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 11/1/2017 VCX R3 Glenbrook South KR Wayzata HS Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 11/1/2017 VCX R2 Montgomery Bell GH Homewood-Flossmoor GW Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 11/1/2017 VCX R1 Westminster MV Whitney Young JT Neg
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open DBLS Dartmouth FT Minnesota AL Neg Neg on a 3-0
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open RD 6 Northwestern KO Dartmouth EM Neg
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open RD 5 Minnesota CW Kansas FM Neg
The Jesuit Gonzaga University 10/28/2017 Open RD 3 Trinity DK Wake Forest HV Neg
Wayne State George W Ziegelmueller Invitational 10/21/2017 Open Quarte Northwestern JW Michigan State BS Aff Aff on a 3-0
Wayne State George W Ziegelmueller Invitational 10/21/2017 Open Octas Kentucky HR Pittsburgh RL Aff Neg on a 2-1
Wayne State George W Ziegelmueller Invitational 10/21/2017 JV R7 WisMad MP Indiana LM Aff
Wayne State George W Ziegelmueller Invitational 10/21/2017 Open R5 Indiana NK Kentucky LM Neg
Wayne State George W Ziegelmueller Invitational 10/21/2017 Open R4 Michigan State BS Northwestern JW Neg
Wayne State George W Ziegelmueller Invitational 10/21/2017 Open R3 Kentucky SP Wisconsin- Madison DC Aff
Wayne State George W Ziegelmueller Invitational 10/21/2017 Open R1 Vanderbilt RJ Northwestern BJ Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open Oct Harvard AM Georgia RS Aff Aff on a 3-0
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open Double Harvard BC Emory CJ Neg Neg on a 2-1
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R8 Emory QT Kansas FO Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R6 Pittsburgh BR Dartmouth EX Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R5 Harvard LZ Kansas BM Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R4 Michigan State AS Dartmouth MC Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R3 Dartmouth FT Wayne State CH Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R2 Dartmouth CL Texas LI Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/27/2017 Open R1 Harvard BC Georgetown GS Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN Double Harvard MS Dartmouth FT Aff Aff on a 3-0
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R7 Wake Forest CE Pittsburgh BR Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 JV R6 George Mason RZ Liberty GH Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R4 Kentucky HR Dartmouth FT Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R3 Kansas BH Dartmouth CM Aff
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R2 Wayne State CH Harvard MS Neg
Georgia State 9/17/2017 OPEN R1 Kentucky PS Kansas ES Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 8/1/2017 POL Quarte HJPPV BO FFRSV PS Aff Aff on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institutes 8/1/2017 POL Octos BFHHR LP AFKKMM GH Aff Aff on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institutes 8/1/2017 POL R6 AFKKMM BG BFHHR LP Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 8/1/2017 POL R5 McCaffrey/Zuckerman AmCh AFKKMM NT Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 8/1/2017 POL R4 AFKKMM DR BFHHR GS Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 8/1/2017 POL R3 HJPPV FV FFRSV DX Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 8/1/2017 POL R3 BCPPR TY AFKKMM AC Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 8/1/2017 POL R2 FFRSV MS BFHHR HS Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 8/1/2017 POL R1 FFRSV LW Oddo/Walrath MM Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX Double Pine Crest Preparatory JJ Georgetown Day BS Neg Aff on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R6 Polytechnic XW Greenhill MK Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R5 Glenbrook South RK Eagan KS Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R4 CK McClatchy LP Glenbrook South KV Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R3 Westminster RM Glenbrook North BK Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R2 Glenbrook South SG Westminster HB Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 CX R1 Rosemount SS Glenbrook North CF Neg
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/3/2016 VCX Double West Des Moines Valley GC Barstow FF Neg Neg on a 3-0
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/3/2016 VCX R6 Alpharetta DD New Trier NK Aff
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/3/2016 VCX R5 Barstow FF West Des Moines Valley GC Neg
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/3/2016 VCX R4 Milton RV Niles North CG Neg
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/3/2016 VCX R3 Montgomery Bell GZ Chattahoochee XD Neg
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/3/2016 VCX R2 Niles North WI Montgomery Bell RF Neg
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/3/2016 VCX R1 Montgomery Bell HB Chattahoochee VK Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 JRR R3 USN Kurupassery & Bradshaw Mountain Brook Smith T & Weas Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/26/2016 JRR R1 Lexington Gunnala & Lu Whitney M. Young Magnet Gekker & Puchowitz Aff
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Octas St. Mark's School of Texas WV Head Royce CD Aff Aff on a 2-1
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Dbls Niles North IW Head Royce CD Neg Neg on a 3-0
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Rd 6 Glenbrook North JL Traverse City Central FM Neg
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Rd 4 Wylie E. Groves BM Glenbrook North KW Neg
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Rd 2 Polytechnic WX Niles North MS Aff
New Trier Season Opener 10/8/2016 Open Rd 1 Glenbrook South GN Okemos RR Neg
Northwestern Debate Institute 8/2/2016 CX Octos 6WAdv MS 4WAdv VZ Aff Aff on a 3-0
Northwestern Debate Institute 8/2/2016 CX R6 6WAdv CJ 6WAdv MS Neg
Northwestern Debate Institute 8/2/2016 CX R5 6WAdv BK 6WAdv SW Aff
Northwestern Debate Institute 8/2/2016 CX R4 6WAdv MM 6WInt BU Aff
Northwestern Debate Institute 8/2/2016 CX R3 6WInt ES 4WCS AL Aff
Northwestern Debate Institute 8/2/2016 CX R2 6WInt MR 4WAdv RS Aff
Northwestern Debate Institute 8/2/2016 CX R1 6WAdv MR 6WAdv BW Aff
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 7/28/2016 POL Finals BFHLR Mnushkin & Jacobs HJPPV Kaplan & Barton Neg Aff on a 2-1
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 7/28/2016 POL CBSems BH Kotler & Jillson MS Harrington & Bradford Aff Aff on a 3-0
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 7/28/2016 POL Octos BFHLR Brannen & Kuang BFHLR Levin & Bates Neg Neg on a 3-0
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 7/28/2016 POL R6 South Eugene Saenger & Lininger FFRSV Muse & Cerny Neg
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 7/28/2016 POL R5 Cypress Bay Fernandez & Markowitz FFRSV Li & Safieddine Aff
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 7/28/2016 POL R4 FFRSV Buzil & Zou MP Mhatre & Siddig Aff
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 7/28/2016 POL R3 HJPPV Krishnamurthy & Trepka FFRSV Wong & Wong Aff
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 7/28/2016 POL R2 PT Henderson & Hsu AKKMM Stuart & Gunnink Neg
Michigan National Debate Institute Summer Camp 7/28/2016 POL R1 HJPPV Vaidya & Murdock FFRSV Gao & Zhang Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/30/2016 CX Final Little Rock Central WW Highland Park BD Neg Neg on a 3-0
Tournament of Champions 4/30/2016 CX R7 Glenbrook North JT Law Magnet GJ Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/30/2016 CX R3 Polytechnic WX Blake SW Neg
2016 Crestian Classic Policy Debate Tournament 2/10/2016 VAR Partia Glenbrook North BL Meadows BN Aff Aff on a 2-1
2016 Crestian Classic Policy Debate Tournament 2/10/2016 VAR Round Glenbrook North LM Alpharetta KK Aff
2016 Crestian Classic Policy Debate Tournament 2/10/2016 VAR Round Mount Vernon Presbyterian ML Niles North CL Neg
2016 Crestian Classic Policy Debate Tournament 2/10/2016 VAR Round Highland Park Senior BD Glenbrook South CA Aff
2016 Crestian Classic Policy Debate Tournament 2/10/2016 VAR Round Meadows BN Iowa City WZ Neg
2016 Crestian Classic Policy Debate Tournament 2/10/2016 VAR Round Glenbrook South BK St. Mark's School of Texas GW Neg
2016 Crestian Classic Policy Debate Tournament 2/10/2016 VAR Round Woodward AS Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart GP Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX Octafi Westminster Schools CK Homewood-Flossmoor HL Aff Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX Double Glenbrook North BL Rowland Hall-St. Mark's GL Neg Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX R5 Lexington XW Walter Payton CP MS Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX R3 Glenbrook South PV Little Rock Central WW Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX R2 Calhoun KF Eagan LQ Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 CX R1 Westminster Schools ZB Lexington DC Neg
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/5/2015 VCX Semis Milton HH Westminster Schools CB Aff Aff on a 3-0
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/5/2015 VCX Quarte Milton HH Walter Payton CP BC Neg Aff on a 2-1
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/5/2015 VCX Octos New Trier BK Whitney M. Young Magnet RJ Aff Aff on a 3-0
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/5/2015 VCX Double Johns Creek BT Barstow MF Aff Aff on a 2-1
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/5/2015 VCX R6 Whitney M. Young Magnet SO Johns Creek LD Neg
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/5/2015 VCX R5 Calhoun KS Montgomery Bell GJ Aff
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/5/2015 VCX R4 New Trier HS Seaholm EL Neg
Ohio Valley Invitational 12/5/2015 VCX R2 Westminster Schools DG Johns Creek LR Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 VCX Sextos Bellarmine CP AP St. Mark's School of Texas KP Aff Neg on a 2-1
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 VCX R6 Shawnee Mission East BP Traverse City Central CF Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 VCX R4 College Prep DH Pine Crest Preparatory TC Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 VCX R3 St. Mark's School of Texas KP Notre Dame PC Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 VCX R1 Grapevine WB Bellarmine CP PS Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 10/28/2015 SRR R9 Wylie E. Groves Gordner & Smith Little Rock Central Williams & Woods Neg
University of Michigan HS Tournament 10/28/2015 SRR R4 Walter Payton CP Brahin & Cusick Whitney M. Young Magnet Bazzell & Ferolie Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/16/2015 PD Octas Pace FM Notre Dame PC Neg Neg on a 2-1
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/16/2015 PD Double Lexington CD Austin SFA OE Neg Neg on a 3-0
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/16/2015 PD Round Glenbrook North JT Kinkaid RR Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/16/2015 PD Round Coppell CD Marist AV Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/16/2015 PD Round Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart PT Westminster Schools DH Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/16/2015 PD Round Pace FM Homewood-Flossmoor LH Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/16/2015 PD Round Gulliver Prep MR Hendrickson BW Neg
New Trier Season Opener 10/10/2015 Open Octas Glenbrook North BL Seaholm EP Aff Aff on a 3-0
New Trier Season Opener 10/10/2015 Open Dbls Head Royce CP Seaholm EP Aff Neg on a 2-1
New Trier Season Opener 10/10/2015 Open Rd 6 Head Royce DM Glenbrook North CS Neg
New Trier Season Opener 10/10/2015 Open Rd 5 Northside CP GV Glenbrook North BH Neg
New Trier Season Opener 10/10/2015 Open Rd 4 St. Mark's School of Texas GW University Prep CM Aff
New Trier Season Opener 10/10/2015 Open Rd 3 Barstow SS Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart DP Neg
New Trier Season Opener 10/10/2015 Open Rd 2 Chicago Lab Schools HB Glenbrook North FZ Aff
New Trier Season Opener 10/10/2015 Open Rd 1 Pine Crest PR Evanston Township SJ Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL B-F BT Manu Anusha ZP Andy-Cole Neg Neg on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL Oct HJPV PM MAGS BC Neg Neg on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL Dubs MAGS RY BEFJR CR Aff Aff on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL R6 HJPV PM BEFJR CR Aff
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL R5 MAGS JR BEFJR LW Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL R4 CFFP SS BEFJR OR Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL R3 HJPV KJ BEFJR MM Aff
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL R2 GHJMP KM MAGS Chen & Phillips Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/4/2015 POL R1 MAGS BC BT John Krishna Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/25/2015 CX R5 Pace LS Baltimore City College GM Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/25/2015 CX R3 Blake NW
Tournament of Champions 4/25/2015 CX R2 Atholton RS Glenbrook North ST Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/25/2015 CX R1 College Prep JH Roswell BR Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/23/2015 CX ADW Db La Salle College GH Atholton RS Neg Neg on a 2-1
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/23/2015 CX R6 Baltimore City College BY Glenbrook South CS Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/23/2015 CX R5 West Des Moines Valley BD La Salle College GH Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/23/2015 CX R4 Law Magnet GJ New Trier LB Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/23/2015 CX R3 Maine East H.S. AP Pace BR Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/23/2015 CX R2 Pace LS Niles North BE Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/23/2015 CX R1 Notre Dame SF Atholton RS Neg
Justin Wilson Debates Pace RR 1/21/2015 Pace R7 McDonogh Notre Dame Neg Neg on a 2-0
Justin Wilson Debates Pace RR 1/21/2015 Pace R4 Niles North Caddo Magnet Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake 12/19/2014 CX Double McDonogh SN Iowa City ZW Neg Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake 12/19/2014 CX R5 Edina RL Glenbrook North CL Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake 12/19/2014 CX R4 McDonogh JR Appleton East KS Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake 12/19/2014 CX R3 Georgetown Day CT Notre Dame PD Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake 12/19/2014 CX R2 Notre Dame CC Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart CD Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake 12/19/2014 CX R1 Glenbrook North ST SPASH MP Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 NCX Finals H.H. Dow PD Seaholm LS Neg Neg on a 3-0
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 VCX Quarte Chicago Lab Schools RN Ransom Everglades PB Aff Neg on a 2-1
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 VCX Octos Edgemont XK Chicago Lab Schools RN Neg Neg on a 2-1
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 VCX Double Homewood-Flossmoor LS Atholton RS Neg Neg on a 3-0
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 VCX R7 Edgemont XK Chicago Lab Schools BC Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 JRR R7 Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart Delgado & Tremblay Niles North Bert & Barov Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 VCX R6 New Trier SW Glenbrook North HR Neg
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 JRR R6 Calhoun Swann & Ku Montgomery Bell Zhu and Zhang Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 VCX R5 Whitney M. Young Magnet MR Wylie E. Groves JG Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 SRR R4 Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart Wells & Cordoves Atholton Ramanan & Slavinsky Neg
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 JRR R4 Niles North Bert & Barov Chattahoochee Zhou & Haritsa Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 VCX R4 Seaholm BE Iowa City VK Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 VCX R3 Atholton RS Stuyvesant YG Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 VCX R2 WDM Valley BD New Trier SH Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 SRR R2 Chattahoochee Cooper & Shapiro Westminster Schools Shen & Seitz Neg
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/5/2014 VCX R1 Lexington HZ University Prep TT Aff
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Quarte HybSC Sawyer & Chen HybAP Aaronson & Powell Neg Neg on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Oct GRAMS Park & Ramanan HybST Stekl & Toomey Neg Neg on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Dubs HJPV Dayal & Funston IowCit Siddig & Trepka Neg Neg on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Round ClaBMW Elkasri & Wang SS Li & Zheng Aff
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Round SS Zhao & Khan CL Jenny & Rhian Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Round GHJPP Kretekos & Qasim BEFJR Bell & Smith Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Round ClaBMW Jiang & Mcfadyen GRAMS Lansing & Luevano Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Round CL Jon & Nick Pace Brand and Rawls Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/5/2014 POL Round BEFJR Kreiner & Zhu RT Kevin & Eddie Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/26/2014 CX R1 College Prep BY Whitney Young DS Neg
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/1/2013 VCX Semis Glenbrook North DK Iowa City West MY Neg Neg on a 2-1
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/1/2013 VCX Double Glenbrook North MT Pine Crest MM Aff Aff on a 2-1
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/1/2013 VCX R7 Glenbrook North DK McDonogh Prep ER Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/1/2013 VCX R6 Des Moines Roosevelt WP Pine Crest GJ Neg
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/1/2013 VCX R5 Glenbrook North MS Homewood-Flossmoor SK Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/1/2013 VCX R4 Pine Crest FJ Glenbrook North HK Neg
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/1/2013 VCX R3 Pine Crest BF Maine East SH Aff
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/1/2013 VCX R2 H.H. Dow HH University Prep HS (Detroit) KD Neg
University of Michigan HS Tournament 11/1/2013 VCX R1 St Ignatius Cleveland BH Niles West CK Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/7/2013 Open Octos AtcCHM Lim & Dastrup BricFJR Asimow & Yang Aff Aff on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institute 8/7/2013 Open Double AtcCHM Zhang & Odermatt BricFJR Asimow & Yang Neg Neg on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institute 8/7/2013 Open Round AtcCHM Lim & Dastrup GreenJP Shen & Roth Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/7/2013 Open Round CFJPV Berlin & Zhang CFJPV Abdelmonem & Rose Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/7/2013 Open Round Ald-San Patel & You GanTall Chang & Chang Aff
Michigan Summer Institute 8/7/2013 Open Round CroTopp Heft & Murphy Ald-San Jin & Wu Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/7/2013 Open Round CroTopp Appel & Appel Hybrid 14 Lowe & Owen Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 8/7/2013 Open Round Hybrid 16 Bell & Rock Hybrid 25 Soyinka & Quintero Aff
University of Michigan H.S. Debate Tournament 11/2/2012 VCX open 6 HigPar ST LanTec KR Aff
University of Michigan H.S. Debate Tournament 11/2/2012 VCX open 5 PorNor HS NewTri DP Aff
University of Michigan H.S. Debate Tournament 11/2/2012 NCX nov 4 GleNor DZ Homewo BM Neg
University of Michigan H.S. Debate Tournament 11/2/2012 VCX open 3 DowCat MS OakPar MM Neg
University of Michigan H.S. Debate Tournament 11/2/2012 VCX open 2 Norcol SW GleNor CH Neg