Taylor Johnson

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Paradigm Statement
Last changed 5 May 2022 8:21 AM EDT

Quick overview in case you're reading before a round:

- debated 4 years high school debate, Marshfield Missouri (Africa through Military engagement)

- debated University of Central Florida , 3 years (MENA through War Powers)

-Coached James Madison University, 2 years (military presence through climate policy)

-Coached Berkeley Prep for 2 years (ocean exploration and domestic surveillance)

-currently an assistant professor of race, Gender, and sexuqlity studies at University of Wisconsin - La Crosse and coaching part-time for La Crosse Central

I like well-explained, smart arguments. I would rather hear you explain something well with good examples than read a ton of cards that all say the same thing. I'll stick as close to the flow as I can and judge the debate based on how the debaters tell me to judge.

Please add me to the email chain. tayjdebater@gmail.com

Most debaters would benefit from slowing down by about 20%. Not because speed is bad, but because few debaters are actually clear enough for the average judge to get a good flow when you're going at 100% speed.

I tend to prioritize solvency/links first when evaluating a debate. I think it's totally possible to win zero risk of an impact and I'm definitely willing to vote on presumption (but if that's your strategy I expect you to do the work to make it explicit).

Examples, examples, examples. If you take one thing away from my paradigm, it is that I like to be given examples. What does your theory look like in practice? What kinds of plans are included/excluded under your T interp? Etc.

More detailed if you are reading this for prefs:

Baics:
I'm mostly out of debate at this point, but when I was competing I could be described as a mostly soft left debater. My academic research focuses primarily on environmental justice and settler colonialism, and those are the literatures where my expertise lies. I'm more than happy to answer questions/think through ideas/email back and forth about those fields - feel free to reach out!

I'm open to any kind of argument you want to make, but I'm much more versed in critical arguments and framework than super detailed disad/counterplan debates. That being said, if your K/aff relies on a bunch of high theory you should assume that I don't know many (or any) of the specifics of your authors/theories and explain them clearly to me. Even if I do know the literature, I don't want to fill in those gaps for you. Put in the work.

Claims alone are not arguments. They are assertions. I will prioritize arguments with warrants over claims without warrants. I tend to reward debaters that do the work to explain and compare over debaters who throw claims at the wall and wait to see what sticks.

I generally prefer to minimize the amount of evidence I read after the round. If you haven't extended the warrant in your card, but have just given me an author name and a claim, I will likely not hunt down the card to find the warrant for you after the round, especially if the other team is extending warranted answers to that card.


I like it when people tell me how they want me to read evidence. If you tell me to call for a card/star it/circle it, or to maintain a particular mindset when evaluating something, I'll do my best to think in that mindset when making my decision.

Most of the time, I would rather hear you do a good job extending a card from the 1ac/1nc and explaining why the warrants of that card overcome the other team's evidence than hear a new card. That's not to say you shouldn't ever read new evidence later in the debate, but you should know the evidence from your earlier speeches well enough not to just read a new card that says the same thing as the card you already read. You read the evidence you read for a reason. Use it!


Specifics:
Paperless debate (this whole section assumes in-person debate): I am a fan of paperless. I think it makes debate more accessible by making travel more affordable and reducing space issues when taking teams to tournaments. However, there are several issues that come with the transition that can easily trigger my anger toward you.
- I won’t time saving a document and ejecting your flash drive as a part of prep unless I feel that prep stealing is becoming an issue. However, don’t take advantage of my generosity on this issue. You will lose speaker points if I notice that you’re consistently prepping after the timer has stopped. I'll also probably yell at you and start timing you flashing.
- Make sure the other team has a way to view your speeches. If the other team is papered and needs a viewing computer, provide one. That’s part of the responsibility you accept when you make the transition.
- Don’t read ahead in your opponent’s speech. I shouldn’t need to tell you this. If I see you doing this, I will dock your speaks.
- Have a backup plan for computer crashes. It is not a question of if you will have a tech problem, but rather when. Save your speeches in dropbox or on your partner’s computer so that if your computer crashes you can read from theirs. Remember that every minute you spend trying to deal with a computer that shut down during your speech is a minute cut out of my decision time. I have little tolerance for making the round or the tournament run late because you had a technical problem.
- Don’t speak directly into your computer screen or ignore the flow just because you have a speech document that you’re reading from. If I can’t hear you, I can’t flow, and if you’re not telling me where to flow the arguments you’re making, I’m unlikely to follow the intricacies of the debate as well as I do when things are clearly labeled and signposting is prevalent.

Speaker Points:

Things that will improve your speaker points in front of me:

-Telling me how you want me to read the evidence

-Being particularly clear. I would rather hear someone who is relatively slow but clear and efficient over someone lightning fast but unclear any day.

-Being funny/entertaining

-Being kind/helpful/collegial to everyone in the room

Things that will hurt your points with me:

-Being a jerk. It's not necessary to be condescending or rude to your opponents. Doing so will piss me off. (note that there's a distinction between being snarky/funny and being an ass. If you don't know where the line between the two is, snark probably isn't the best strategy for you to use)

-Sexist/racist/ableist/etc language

My speaker point scale:

29.2 or above - you blew my mind/I want to thank you for your performance...You deserve top 3 speakers
29-29.2 - Performance in this round was top-5 worthy
28.8-28.9 - top-10 worthy
28.6-28.7 - Decent doubles/Octos speech
28.4-28.5 - Good break-round/doubles performance
28.3 - You should be on the top side of the bubble for breaking, but not by much
28.1-28 - This was a top 50 team at the tournament ranking, but you likely miss clearing
27.8-27.9 - Solid effort - continue the quality of speeches and one will likely finish at a 3-5 or 4-4
27.6-27.7 - Solid effort - continue the quality of speeches and one will likely finish at a 2-6 or 3-5
27.5 - Solid Effort - I like your attitude, you have a lot of elements to improve.
Below a 27.5 - Some major element of speaking was missing (only read blocks), was extremely unclear or behaved in a way that did not demonstrate respect for the people in the room.

T/Framework: If there’s an agreed-upon lens through which the teams think I should view the debate, that’s how I’ll evaluate the round. Otherwise, there are a few things I’m looking for in a framework debate:

I view framework first and foremost as a debate about how I should weigh impacts. For me, that means you should devote time to explaining why I should weigh your neoliberal pedagogy bad impact before I look at the other team’s global warming causes extinction story, or vice-versa. If the other team is doing this and you are not, I’m going to evaluate the debate through their lens.


- I’m unlikely to grant you that the neg doesn’t get kritiks. If that’s the view of debate you’re advocating, you’re going to have to give me some pretty good reasons that they keep you from being able to debate. I’m much more persuaded by arguments that you should get to weigh the aff against the K, or that their specific role of the ballot is unsustainable.

- Two most important things to me in a framework/T debate:

1. Topical version of the aff. Any decent K team should be able to convince me that there's at least some benefit to discussing the things they discuss. The TVA is the best way to overcome this DA to your interp.

2. (and related to #1) Clear descriptions of what your interpretation includes/excludes (this is key for both sides). I want a clear vision of what an acceptable debate looks like in your world and what the advantages of that version of debate are in comparison with what their version of debate looks like.

- While I don’t really believe the affirmative must provide a topical plan text to make debate fair, I prefer affirmatives that have a clear tie to the topic. This is not to say I can't be convinced that there are discussions that need to happen before we can talk about the resolution, but generally I think that talking about the topic in some way is probably good. That said, I’m much more willing to listen to “the aff must provide a specific example of what their case looks like in action,” or “the aff must be resolutional (they must in some way be about the resolution),” than “the aff must role play the USFG doing a topical policy action.” If the latter is what you do, do it. But do it well.

-I think education is probably the most important impact in a framework debate. If you can explain to me why your version of debate is more educational or provides better/more topic-focused education, you're on the right track with me. (This is not to say that I'm unwilling to weigh impacts differently, but my predisposition if no one puts in the work to convince me otherwise is to evaluate education most heavily)

Slow down in T and theory debates and give me a chance to flow. If I can’t get your five reasons to prefer down before you move on to the next off, you’ve put yourself in a difficult position.

CP/Disad debates:

I like specificity. I'm much happier watching a debate where you read a well-researched, specific CP written specifically to answer the aff than a generic states or consult CP. Same goes for DAs - I would rather listen to a topic DA than politics.

You should be clear about how your CP is executed. If you read “consult the public,” but can’t tell me how the consultation process happens in your world, the aff is going to have a pretty easy time winning a solvency deficit.

I love a good case debate. More people should devote effort to getting into the details of how the aff works and picking the plan/advantages apart bit by bit.

The K:
- On the aff: I prefer you have a tie to the resolution. I like affs that provide a parametricized advocacy as a point of stasis for the debate. Without a clearly defined departure from the status quo, I’m not sure how the debate functions. That doesn’t mean you have to read a topical plan text, but it does mean you should tell me what kind of discussion of the topic your aff uniquely provides, and how your performance, advocacy, etc. deals with the issues you present.
- On the neg: The more specific your link, the better. Links of omission will not get you far.
- For everyone: I like theories that are firmly rooted in reality (examples of this that I am inclined to read include gender/class/race-based arguments. This doesn't mean I'll automatically vote for these arguments, but I understand them and know their literature better than most of the high theory Ks that are in vogue right now.) I’m unlikely to be well-versed in your high theory literature, so if you can give me concrete examples of how your link story and alt play out, I’ll follow the debate much better. I’ve read some Derrida and Foucault, but I don’t spend my time reading high theory. Explain your argument as concretely as possible. If the only explanation of the alt you give me is “we’ll rethink thinking,” I’m unlikely to understand how that solves anything.

Full Judging Record
Tournament Lv Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
1st and 2nd Year National Championships at Woodward Academy HS 2022-03-18 CX2 R6 Montgomery Bell Sahibnazarova & Travis Maize Griffith & Short Aff
1st and 2nd Year National Championships at Woodward Academy HS 2022-03-18 CX2 R5 Mamaroneck Blechman & Velikov Westminster Overend & Parikh Aff
1st and 2nd Year National Championships at Woodward Academy HS 2022-03-18 CX2 R3 Northview Chen & Potdar Jesuit Cutchall & Ma Aff
Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2022-01-15 VCX R6 Waukesha South GG Rufus King BL Neg
Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2022-01-15 VCX R5 Cudahy PA Brookfield East MT Neg
Gonzaga University The Conway Classic HS 2022-01-07 OCX R6 Head-Royce Gilbert & Oishi-Patel Lewis and Clark Larsen & Rudders Neg
The Paradigm Dowling Catholic HS 2021-12-10 CX R6 Farmington LT Solorio RH Aff
The Paradigm Dowling Catholic HS 2021-12-10 CX R5 Eagan LS Bronx Science CE Neg
The Paradigm Dowling Catholic HS 2021-12-10 CX R3 Northside DS Glenbrook North FL Neg
Badgerland Chung vitational HS 2021-11-12 OCX R3 Marquette OU Stevens Point Area Senior High (SPASH) SL Aff
West Bend Debate Extravaganza HS 2021-11-06 VCX R1 Stevens Point Area Senior High (SPASH) SL Brookfield East MT Neg
The Iowa Caucus Debates HS 2021-10-29 VCX R5 Barstow AP Iowa City West WS Neg
The Iowa Caucus Debates HS 2021-10-29 VCX R4 Okemos HL Iowa City West BP Aff
Jim Sauer Invitational at La Crosse Central HS 2021-10-23 NCX Rd3 Ronald Reagan SW West Des Moines Valley TD Neg
Jim Sauer Invitational at La Crosse Central HS 2021-10-23 NCX Rd2 West Des Moines Valley TS Marquette KS Aff
Jim Sauer Invitational at La Crosse Central HS 2021-10-23 VCX R1 Rufus King MB La Crosse Central CS Neg
Fort Atkinson Debate Tournament HS 2021-10-09 NCX R3 La Crosse Central RP Ronald Reagan AG Neg
Brookfield East Debate Tournament HS 2021-10-02 VCX R3 Brookfield East SL Brookfield East RS Neg
Brookfield East Debate Tournament HS 2021-10-02 VCX R2 Rufus King MB Brookfield East SL Aff
Lone Star District Tournament HS 2021-04-05 BQ R4 Farhan Buvvaji Grace Wang Aff
Lone Star District Tournament HS 2021-04-05 BQ R3 Tom Qiu Shivam Siddaiya Neg
Lone Star District Tournament HS 2021-04-05 BQ R1 Neel Mallipeddi Kaustubh Sonawane Neg
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 Nov Semis Liberty DJ George Mason BP Neg Neg 3-0
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 JV Quarte Liberty CR George Mason DH Neg Neg 3-0
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 JV Octos Kansas State TT George Mason DH Neg Neg 3-0
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 Nov R6 New School CD Liberty MS Neg
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 Nov R5 Liberty CP Cal State Fullerton GM Aff
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 Nov R4 NYU MV Cal State Fullerton GV Aff
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 JV R3 George Mason MP Kansas State WS Neg
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 Nov R2 George Mason BP Cal State Fullerton PR Aff
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2021-03-12 Nov R1 Houston SC Liberty CH Neg
Copper Classic HS 2020-02-14 NCX R1 Meadows CI Notre Dame GU Neg
CEDA Nationals Puget Sound C 2018-03-15 Open Double Kansas BH Oklahoma JS Neg Neg 3-0
CEDA Nationals Puget Sound C 2018-03-15 Open R8 Central Oklahoma BM Wisconsin- Madison DC Aff
CEDA Nationals Puget Sound C 2018-03-15 Open R7 Cal State Fullerton RR Florida UJ Aff
CEDA Nationals Puget Sound C 2018-03-15 Open R6 Texas SW Wyoming LT Neg
CEDA Nationals Puget Sound C 2018-03-15 Open R5 Florida CS Kansas DS Aff
CEDA Nationals Puget Sound C 2018-03-15 Open R4 Oklahoma JS Cal State Fullerton BT Aff
CEDA Nationals Puget Sound C 2018-03-15 Open R3 St Mary's MP Cal State Fullerton/Binghamton SP Neg
CEDA Nationals Puget Sound C 2018-03-15 Open R2 Fresno State MS Puget Sound FR Neg
CEDA Nationals Puget Sound C 2018-03-15 Open R1 San Francisco State BB Louisville WY Neg
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament C 2017-03-17 Open R8 NYU CP Liberty AG Neg
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament C 2017-03-17 Open R7 Illinois HH New School BK Aff
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament C 2017-03-17 Open R6 Binghamton WD Puget Sound PR Aff
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament C 2017-03-17 Open R5 Kansas City Kansas CC WW Florida AS Aff
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament C 2017-03-17 Open R4 UT Dallas BS Rochester MP Aff
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament C 2017-03-17 Open R3 Pittsburgh BF Fullerton Indy GR Aff
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament C 2017-03-17 Open R2 NYU DS Washington BP Neg
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament C 2017-03-17 Open R1 UVM BH Wake Forest NW Neg
ADA Nationals George Mason University C 2017-03-11 JV Octo George Mason CL Missouri State DM Neg Neg 3-0
ADA Nationals George Mason University C 2017-03-11 Open R6 Southwestern CC Wayne State HM Neg
ADA Nationals George Mason University C 2017-03-11 Nov R4 Monmouth HM George Mason KK Neg
ADA Nationals George Mason University C 2017-03-11 Nov R3 Illinois HH Liberty PS Neg
ADA Nationals George Mason University C 2017-03-11 Nov R2 George Mason MZ Monmouth VR Aff
ADA Nationals George Mason University C 2017-03-11 Nov R1 Liberty BM Navy PS Aff
JMU College Invitational C 2017-01-27 Open Quarte Liberty BD Binghamton YA Neg Neg 3-0
JMU College Invitational C 2017-01-27 Open OCTOS Liberty RJ Georgetown KL Aff Aff 3-0
JMU College Invitational C 2017-01-27 Nov R6 Navy SS George Mason KK Neg
JMU College Invitational C 2017-01-27 Open R5 Washington BP Liberty HS Aff
JMU College Invitational C 2017-01-27 Open R4 Liberty RJ Binghamton WM Aff
JMU College Invitational C 2017-01-27 Nov R3 Binghamton MM United States Military CR Neg
JMU College Invitational C 2017-01-27 Nov R2 George Mason VW Navy AP Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2017-01-14 JV Semis Cornell MS Liberty HM Neg Neg 2-1
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2017-01-14 JV Qtrs United States Military SC Liberty TR Neg Aff 2-1
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2017-01-14 JV R8 United States Military CG Liberty GW Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2017-01-14 Open R7 Cornell TZ Minnesota AL Neg
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2017-01-14 Open R6 Georgia State CL Navy MG Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2017-01-14 JV R3 Liberty TR United States Military SC Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2017-01-14 Open R2 Liberty HS Dartmouth VV Aff
Crowe Warken Debates at Navy C 2017-01-14 Open R1 UT Dallas BS Liberty BD Neg
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2017-01-03 OPEN R4 Ayoka Wicks Emory GT Aff
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2017-01-03 OPEN R2 Emory LB Missouri State DS Aff
JMU High School Tournament HS 2016-12-02 POP Finals Oakton SQ BroRun PN Neg Neg 2-1
JMU High School Tournament HS 2016-12-02 POP Semis Oakton SQ Broad Run SR Aff Aff 2-1
JMU High School Tournament HS 2016-12-02 LDOpe Quarte Purcellville KC Oakton ZW Neg Neg 3-0
JMU High School Tournament HS 2016-12-02 POP R6 Purcellville CL BroRun PV Aff
JMU High School Tournament HS 2016-12-02 POP R5 Oakton BL Purcellville KK Aff
JMU High School Tournament HS 2016-12-02 POP R4 Oakton LC Broad Run SR Neg
JMU High School Tournament HS 2016-12-02 PNO R3 Oakton PD BroRun RS Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest C 2016-11-19 SHIR RD 1 Liberty BW Harvard BG Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2016-10-15 Nov R8 Liberty AB Navy SG Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2016-10-15 Nov R7 Liberty BM Navy PY Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2016-10-15 JV R6 Liberty BT Washington BU Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2016-10-15 JV R4 Northern Iowa BO Liberty HR Aff
UMW Debate Tournament C 2016-10-15 Open R2 UT Dallas BJ Wake Forest NW Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2016-10-15 JV R1 George Mason LC Liberty MS Aff
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament C 2016-03-25 Open RD 6 Texas HM Fresno State LM Neg
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament C 2016-03-25 Open RD 4 Northern Iowa BH Louisville HT Aff
Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament C 2016-03-25 Open RD 3 United States Military SJ Southwestern BC Aff
JV Novice Nationals at West Virginia University C 2016-03-05 JV R5 Libert BW Florid JS Aff
NDT District VII Qualifier C 2016-02-20 JV R3 George Mason AM Navy GY Neg
James Madison University College Tournament C 2016-01-29 Nov Quarte George Mason SS Liberty HH Aff Aff 3-0
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake HS 2015-12-18 CX R7 Edina WS Lexington XW Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake HS 2015-12-18 CX R5 East Kentwood BO New Trier SH Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake HS 2015-12-18 CX R4 Iowa City West BW Peninsula TW Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake HS 2015-12-18 CX R2 Holy Cross SS SPASH GM Neg
The Glenbrooks HS 2015-11-21 VCX R7 Lane Tech College Prep H.S. CM Dowling Catholic CH Neg
The Glenbrooks HS 2015-11-21 VCX R5 Perry HH College Prep DH Neg
The Glenbrooks HS 2015-11-21 VCX R3 Northside College Prep BE Chicago Lab Schools WD Aff
The Glenbrooks HS 2015-11-21 VCX R2 Edina CS College Prep FT Aff
The Glenbrooks HS 2015-11-21 VCX R1 Kent Denver KC Chicago Lab Schools CR Neg
ADA Fall Championship C 2015-11-13 Open R6 Indiana SP Navy PP Aff
ADA Fall Championship C 2015-11-13 Open R5 United States Military CW Florida CK Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University C 2015-11-13 Open RD 3 Kansas BR Rutgers-Newark HQ Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University C 2015-11-13 Open RD 2 Harvard HS Emory HR Aff
UMW Debate Tournament C 2015-10-10 Nov R7 Liberty MS Binghamton HE Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2015-10-10 JV R6 Liberty BW George Mason CL Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2015-10-10 Nov R3 Binghamton HM Liberty BH Neg
UMW Debate Tournament C 2015-10-10 Open R2 Binghamton FA Wake Forest SS Aff
Rutgers NE Regional Opener C 2015-09-25 nov Nov Oc George Mason CC Binghamton MM Neg Neg 2-1
Rutgers NE Regional Opener C 2015-09-25 open Opn 6 United States Military BG George Mason BO Neg
Rutgers NE Regional Opener C 2015-09-25 JV R5 United States Military CW George Mason CL Neg
Rutgers NE Regional Opener C 2015-09-25 nov N 4 NYU IW West Virginia GL Neg
Rutgers NE Regional Opener C 2015-09-25 nov N 3 Liberty HW West Virginia AT Aff
Rutgers NE Regional Opener C 2015-09-25 nov N 2 Liberty HM West Virginia BR Aff
Rutgers NE Regional Opener C 2015-09-25 open Opn 1 Liberty JW NYU PZ Aff
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2015-09-19 OPEN R7 Gonzaga BM UT Dallas BF Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2015-09-19 OPEN R6 West Georgia MT Cornell LC Aff
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2015-09-19 JV R5 Vanderbilt KM Liberty BW Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2015-09-19 NOV R3 Liberty MS Vanderbilt LX Aff
GSU National College Debate Tournament C 2015-09-19 OPEN R1 Indiana KS West Georgia CC Aff
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest HS 2015-09-04 Var R6 Niles West NR Cypress Bay HV Neg
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest HS 2015-09-04 Var R3 Little Rock Central CM Carrollton CP Neg
Policy Early Bird at Wake Forest HS 2015-09-04 Var R2 Cypress Bay MF Carrollton BF Aff
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL Dubs MAGS MY BEFJR SLR Neg Aff 2-1
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL R6 BEFJR SLR MAGS RY Neg
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL R5 Spark-Li MAGS BC Neg
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL R4 BEFJR CR MAGS CK Aff
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL R3 CFFP DZ BT Elliot Maretu Aff
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL R2 BEFJR OR McShack RY Aff
Michigan Summer Institute HS 2015-08-04 POL R1 CFFP MS McShack FT Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2015-04-12 POL R2 Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart CD Juan Diego Catholic DM Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2015-04-12 POL R1 La Salle College CP C.K. McClatchy HP Neg
2015 Golden Desert Debates HS 2015-01-31 VCX R6 St. Vincent De Paul PR Westminster Schools KC Neg
2015 Golden Desert Debates HS 2015-01-31 VCX R5 Palo Verde SS Leland AJ Aff
2015 Golden Desert Debates HS 2015-01-31 VCX R4 Kent Denver FC Clackamas LL Neg
2015 Golden Desert Debates HS 2015-01-31 VCX R3 Highland JG Dougherty Valley LZ Neg
2015 Golden Desert Debates HS 2015-01-31 VCX R2 Peninsula WT Kent Denver LG Aff
2015 Golden Desert Debates HS 2015-01-31 VCX R1 Notre Dame SF Palo Verde QL Aff
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2015-01-02 OPEN Octas Georgia DG Michigan DM Aff Aff 2-1
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2015-01-02 OPEN R10 Florida CM Dartmouth College AS Neg
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2015-01-02 OPEN R9 Dartmouth College AM Emory DM Aff
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2015-01-02 OPEN R6 Indiana SH Miami GS Aff
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2015-01-02 OPEN R5 Northwestern EM West Georgia KZ Aff
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2015-01-02 NOV R2 Indiana GP Florida AK Neg
Hurricane Debates at the University of Miami C 2015-01-02 NOV R1 Miami CS Florida AS Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake HS 2014-12-19 CX R7 Meadows LN Minneapolis South JR Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake HS 2014-12-19 CX R5 Westminster Schools CK Baltimore City College GM Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake HS 2014-12-19 CX R3 Sioux Falls Roosevelt KK Atholton BB Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake HS 2014-12-19 CX R2 WDM Valley SH Meadows LS Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake HS 2014-12-19 CX R1 Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart CW Bronx Science DG Neg
The Heart of Texas Invitational at St Marks HS 2014-10-18 VCX Double Pace FL Rowland Hall-St. Mark's KL Neg Neg 3-0
The Heart of Texas Invitational at St Marks HS 2014-10-18 VCX Round Glenbrook North CL Anderson GS Neg
The Heart of Texas Invitational at St Marks MS 2014-10-18 VCX Round Rowland Hall-St. Mark's KL Pace LS Aff
The Heart of Texas Invitational at St Marks HS 2014-10-18 VCX Round Pace BR Reagan GX Aff
GDS Tournament at Georgetown Day School HS 2014-09-26 VCX R6 Atholton RS McDonogh ER Aff
GDS Tournament at Georgetown Day School HS 2014-09-26 VCX R5 Oakton JS ACORN Community FV Aff
GDS Tournament at Georgetown Day School HS 2014-09-26 VCX R4 Broad Run DS Oakton TB Neg
GDS Tournament at Georgetown Day School HS 2014-09-26 VCX R1 Niles West CH River Hill DD Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 2013-08-07 Open Double Hybrid 17 Duval & Levin Heidt-Pappas-Jo Chapkis & Neme-Micula Aff Aff 3-0
Michigan Summer Institute 2013-08-07 Open Round GanTall Dandgaval & Ortiz Ald-San Colter & Schnall-Steigerwald Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 2013-08-07 Open Round GanTall Barrash & Zhao Ald-San Schmidt & Waldron Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 2013-08-07 Open Round Hybrid 9 Chen & Srivastava GreenJP Shen & Roth Neg
Michigan Summer Institute 2013-08-07 Open Round DW Chu & Wang CroTopp Chela & Chou Aff
Michigan Summer Institute 2013-08-07 Open Round Hybrid 15 Kim & Kim Hybrid 17 Duval & Levin Aff
Michigan Summer Institute 2013-08-07 Open Round Heidt-Pappas-Jo Park & Goldschlag GreenJP Katz & Rice Neg
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