Zack Vrana Paradigm

Last changed 14 January 2017 3:57 AM CDT

Tl;dr

  • Strike me if you're a relatively inexperienced "circuit" debater who is trying to debate in a "circuit" style: i.e. spreading for its own sake, running theory because you haven't researched enough case material, etc. Pref me highly if you are not such a debater or if you come from a traditional circuit and expect to be debating a value and value criterion (by no means am I saying you must have those things). Pref me in the middle if you are an experienced debater who truly understands when using certain strategies is important and you're not just reading me what a coach/teammate told you to run.
  • On spread--I can flow spread just fine; however, I don't like spread when it is used as a barrier for discourse. If you and your opponent are comfortable with spread (defined as 250 wpm or above) then go for it. Speak loudly and clearly and I'll be fine. If not, if your opponent can't flow spread, please do not spread. If your opponent can't respond to your arguments simply because you're speaking too fast then it is your fault, not hers. You won't lose the round for it but your speaker points will suffer.
  • On arguments--run whatever you think is most effective. However, know that I don't really like Topicality as a response. I have judged an awful lot of debate and can count on two fingers how many arguments have truly been nontopical. Usually, T is run against arguments that debaters don't otherwise know how to respond to and I don't like that. You are welcome to tell me a nontopical argument is nontopical but please also engage the substance of the argument.
  • On evidence--I believe this to be a community of integrity. There are individuals who will do shoddy things and we should discourage that but there are others who call falsification without proof as a strategy. Both are bad. THE MOMENT I HEAR "FALSIFICATION" THE ROUND STOPS. I evaluate the evidence and award a loss to the debater/team that was wrong. If you're calling clipping, calling falsification, etc, prove it. The burden of proof I'll use is not a steep one but it needs to show misrepresentation. I'm not encouraging falsification nor am I discouraging calling it; however, those are tall accusations and it is your burden to prove it.
  • I'm a big backpack rap fan--work in a Watsky, Macklemore, Wax, or Dumbfoundead reference and I'll smile and be happy with you and might give you an extra speaker point.


The rest of this paradigm is a verbose discussion of my thoughts on the activity to which I've dedicated much of my life for the past eight years.

Background:
Assistant Coach of Forensics and Debate at Brookfield East High School. Previously coached at Whitefish Bay High School. Competed in Wisconsin and nationally in Congressional Debate and in Public Forum debate with Brookfield East (class of ’12). I have a bachelor's degree from Marquette University in Milwaukee, majoring in Political Science (concentration in public policy/political economy) and Economics (analysis in international trade, econometrics, and public finance/policy evaluation) with a minor in Spanish. I'm a nerd for the studies and empirical research. In real life, I run a restaurant and small investment firm with differentiated subsidiaries.

I judge almost every weekend from September through March and am well versed on the topic literature as I research and cut cards with my team. I coach PF and LD as well as Congressional Debate (and IE’s in the spring) so I read lots and lots of evidence.

Value/Criterion:
I'm extremely progressive on this topic. I feel that the debate is ultimately decided in the metaphysical realm and there are generally few empirics you can run strongly on the topic. Give me something to chew on here, more than usual. I think a lot of the debate is going to be framework and theory. I will accept Anti-values, Standards, et cetera, instead of a traditional V/VC structure. You can advocate a standard-less debate as well as long as you give me good theory to back it up.

Definitions Debate:
I will only vote on a definition if it goes dropped and really does redefine the debate in a way that I can only vote for one side. That being said, if you present me a really shady definition that defines it so that the Aff/Neg has no chance of winning the round and your opponent provides a legitimate and fair definition in response I, as a judge, am always going to favor the definition that provides equality to the grounds of both sides. This shouldn’t have to be said but I will always prefer a term of art definition to Webster’s even if the dictionary is the only card presented. I am a word nerd; please don't BS me in the definitions debate.

I generally don't like verbose discussions of framer's intent with resolutions. I'm intimately familiar with how these resolutions are actually written--don't try to run ridiculous things on these grounds.

Types of Arguments:
I will accept any type of argumentation you throw at me as long as it's well argued with warrants and impacts. You can kritik the resolution; read me poetry that helps me better understand the plight of the needy; K the opponents case or his language; run a narrative alternative; run a priori reasons to negate; or tell me my ballot is a tool and I should vote for you for some obscure yet well argued reason. I personally believe that good argument is good argument—if you give me reasons why it should be the voting issue in the round I will vote on it. That said, if you provide an argument that requires me to accept something completely non sequitur with reality, I will reject it. In other words, if you tell me I should affirm because there are only 49 states and that is a prime number, I won't vote on it because, well, there aren't and it’s not. Otherwise, I don't intervene.

I can follow complex philosophy pretty easily but you shouldn’t assume anything and take shortcuts here, as I’m nowhere near as proficient as I’d like to be. I love philosophy; I’ve read a lot on many subjects and can follow along with sound analysis; however, it's bad form to assume that your opponent will be familiar with your concepts. Debaters should generally subscribe to the ELI5 method. That is to say, if you can’t explain your argument to a five year old, you don’t fully understand the concepts yourself. I will vote on theory but please explain why voting on theory should trump case evaluation.

Extending arguments is important; however, telling me to "extend contention 2--it went cold conceded" is far less effective than summarizing the argument and presenting it as a round issue. Same goes with cards. "Extend the Coase analysis" is valid but less effective than explaining it to me again so I know why it's important.

I've developed a slight disdain for plans over time as they present an infinite research burden but will still vote on them.

Evidence:
People who say evidence doesn’t belong in LD are, for some reason, clinging to the archaic as a means to bring the activity towards where they think it should be rather than allowing it to grow organically. Use evidence if it's necessary for your argument. I’ll buy sound analysis over a shoddy card any day but you should back things up with research. My thoughts on this are developing over time as I watch more rounds. Really, I appreciate the debaters who make sound arguments that are based in analysis over those who rely on their evidence to analyze things--it shows a better understanding of the issues. However, reading me cards without analyzing them yourself is the equivalent of saying nothing. Signpost then analyze the evidence—tell me why I should care about what the author is saying—why does it impact the debate?

I’ve never had to ask for a card before but will if I have to. Don’t clip cards. This is a community of integrity—keep it that way. I generally won’t vote on cards; I vote on arguments. I don’t really care whether a Ph.D said it… if it’s sound, I’ll buy it and if it’s not, I won’t. To be clear, I expect more than regurgitation or carpet-bombing.

I need adequate citations. Name is usually enough if they’re not claiming anything weird but sometimes it’s best to hear a few words on the credentials too. If you’re citing an analysis of Rawls or Kant, name-drop the master so I know what’s going on, please.

Delivery:
I can flow pretty quickly and can handle “debate speed” but don’t want to hear much more. This is more a philosophical issue than anything else—I generally will pick up a spreader 50% of the time, as they tend not to make any more, or better, arguments than a non-spreader. Quality will always beat quantity. As this is a communication event, don’t forget that you have to communicate your arguments so that I may understand them. I'll yell at you if I can't hear/understand what you're saying, of course.
I like signposting; it enhances the debate. You have to tell me where things go on my flow if you expect me to write them down. If you’re giving an overview, tell me. If you’re starting with the second contention and then coming back to the first for some cockamamie reason, tell me.
SPEAK LOUDLY
As a general rule, if I’m looking back at you in a speech (not in CX) you’re likely not saying anything worth writing down. If you read me a canned 1AR that has nothing to do with the opponent’s case, I’ll read the posters in the room or count down the seconds on my timer until the time-wasting has completed. I like clash and debating, if you haven’t noticed.

Decorum:
I don’t care whether you sit, stand, or lay on the table when you debate. Do what makes you comfortable. If that means taking off your jacket because it’s hot—go for it. Take off the heels—I don’t care.
Be nice. I get that things get heated—I was a debater too. I get it. Not much more to say here. However, if you are disrespectful it will reflect in your speaker points. There’s a fine line between assertive and jerk. I’m liberal here but have seen many rounds get out of hand. As a general rule, treat others the way you want to be treated: respectfully.

Voters:
Give them to me. If you don't, I will intervene strangely and vote in ways you won't like. Tell me how to vote. This is your round and not mine. You don't have to give them all at once, but if they aren't given I am left without a methodology to adjudicate things

Weighing:
Please weigh your impacts. If you tell me that I should vote aff for puppies, and I should vote neg for kitties, I'll be happy you've given me voters but lost on how I'm supposed to weigh them—link back through your criterion or make sure I understand there are real world impacts outside the resolution. If you're still reading this exceedingly long thing you are an excellent human and probably already know how to weigh impacts. 

Speaker Points:
I used to be a stickler about them but have seen the trend of inflation coming. With their use as a common tiebreaker, I’ve become a sort of point fairy. However, there is a scale. I'm a big backpack rap fan--work in a Watsky, Macklemore, Wax, Dumbfoundead, et cetera, reference and I might have to give you an extra point or two.
30) Excellent, passionate and engaging performance. Not uncommon but hard to attain. Argumentatively speaking, not much else you could have done better. I’m impressed. Most likely on par with the best thing I’ll see in the tournament; you deserve a speaker award.
29) Sound arguments and leadership in the discussion. Not much to improve in the way of argumentation. I’m impressed. Much more common that 30’s. You've taken the time to read your judge's paradigm--bravo to you for doing what I try to get my kids to do--you'll do fine with points.
28) Great job with the argumentation. Good delivery and good leadership. You did all that was expected of an experienced debater.
27) Great job with the arguments but you likely lost the round because of something here. You did all that was expected of a good debater.
26) You could have done more with the argumentation. You likely dropped something or committed a logical fallacy or two. Competent delivery.
24) Argumentation was deficient in some way. Delivery was likely lacking in poise.
23) You’re likely out of your league and still learning. That’s still good though—learn from our mistakes. Few refutations made and delivery was lacking. Usually didn’t fully utilize time given
20) Equally as common as 30’s. I give these because they’re usually the lowest I’m allowed to go. Only given when there’s misconduct of some sort. I’ll note on the ballot what you did to irk me.

Full Judging Record

Tournament Lv Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
The Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2020-01-18 LD Octo Appleton East SM Sussex Hamilton HS Aff Aff 2-1
WDCA Pref Sandbox HS 2020-01-18 LD Octo Appleton East SM Sussex Hamilton HS Aff Aff 2-1
The Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2020-01-18 LD R6 Sussex Hamilton AD Bradley Tech DS Neg
WDCA Pref Sandbox HS 2020-01-18 LD R6 Sussex Hamilton AD Bradley Tech DS Neg
WDCA Pref Sandbox HS 2020-01-18 LD R5 Bradley Tech AC Sussex Hamilton AN Neg
The Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2020-01-18 LD R5 Bradley Tech AC Sussex Hamilton AN Neg
WDCA Pref Sandbox HS 2020-01-18 LD R4 Bradley Tech AP Marquette Univ PV Aff
The Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2020-01-18 LD R4 Bradley Tech AP Marquette Univ PV Aff
Badgerland MS 2019-11-15 PF Final Lakeville HS Blake HR Con Con 2-1
Badgerland HS 2019-11-15 PF Semi Edina NT Lakeville HS Pro Con 2-1
Badgerland HS 2019-11-15 LD Quar West Des Moines Valley LG Appleton East SM Neg Aff 2-1
Badgerland HS 2019-11-15 LD Octa Apple Valley NB West Des Moines Valley KC Neg Neg 3-0
Badgerland HS 2019-11-15 LD R7 West Des Moines Valley IN Appleton North MU Aff
Badgerland HS 2019-11-15 LD R5 West Des Moines Valley LG Appleton East BS Aff
Badgerland HS 2019-11-15 LD R4 West Des Moines Valley AA Appleton East SM Aff
Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2019-01-19 LD Final Appleton East SM Appleton North FB Aff Aff 3-2
Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2019-01-19 LD R6 Sheb South JA Neenah WL Aff
Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2019-01-19 LD R3 Appleton East SM Sussex ED Aff
Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2019-01-19 LD R1 Marquette Univ MP Whitefish Bay DC Neg
Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2019-01-19 LD R1 Sheb South MM Appleton North DY Neg
Golda Meir Debate Invitational HS 2018-09-29 VPF R4 Appleton North KB West Bend SW Pro
Golda Meir Debate Invitational HS 2018-09-29 VPF R3 Janesville Parker AW Golda Meir KH Con
Golda Meir Debate Invitational HS 2018-09-29 VPF R2 Neenah HH James Madison Memorial LS Con
Golda Meir Debate Invitational HS 2018-09-29 VPF R1 James Madison Memorial FK St. Ambrose KT Con
Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2018-01-20 LD R6 Sussex Hamilton ED Marquette Univ AP Aff
Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2018-01-20 LD R5 Brookfield Central FH Sussex Hamilton MK Neg
Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2018-01-20 LD R4 Menomonee Falls AS Marquette Univ JW Neg
Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2018-01-20 LD R4 Menomonee Falls EB Appleton East JS Neg
Wisconsin State Debate Tournament HS 2018-01-20 LD R3 Golda Meir IL Whitefish Bay BW Aff
2017 WSDT HS 2017-01-21 LD Quarte Appleton East SM Golda Meir JS Aff Aff 3-0
2017 WSDT HS 2017-01-21 LD Octo Whitefish Bay AP Appleton East MM Aff Aff 3-0
2017 WSDT HS 2017-01-21 LD R5 Bradley Tech AP Golda Meir IL Neg
2017 WSDT HS 2017-01-21 LD R4 Bradley Tech QC Whitefish Bay AP Neg
2017 WSDT HS 2017-01-21 LD R1 Appleton East MM Bradley Tech NC Aff
MFCL Debate Qualifier HS 2017-01-14 LD R5 Bradley Tech AW Golda Meir IL Neg
MFCL Debate Qualifier HS 2017-01-14 LD R3 Appleton East IS Bradley Tech QC Aff
MFCL Debate Qualifier HS 2017-01-14 PF R1 Waukesha South JF West bend West BM Con
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake HS 2016-12-16 LD R6 STA/Vis NW West DM Valley TF Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake HS 2016-12-16 LD R1 St. Croix Prep AN Evanston Township DF Neg
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2016-12-02 PF O West Bend HK James Madison Memorial MS Con Con 3-0
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2016-12-02 LD R7 Bradley Tech YA Appleton East CP Neg
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2016-12-02 LD R6 Golda Meir JS Waukesha South SV Aff
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2016-12-02 LD R3 Whitefish Bay AB Golda Meir KP Neg
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2016-12-02 PF R2 Appleton North SR James Madison Memorial CN Pro
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2016-12-02 LD R1 Whitefish Bay CR Golda Meir AH Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-19 VPF Sextos Ardrey Kell KW James Madison Memorial VY Pro Pro 2-1
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-19 VPF R7 American Heritage School - Plantation BK St Mary's Hall MM Con
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-19 VPF R7 Delbarton SS Edina TN Pro
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-19 VPF R6 Timber Creek FH Dowling Catholic TS Con
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-19 VPF R4 Eagen PS Miami Beach Senior RD Pro
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-19 VPF R4 Oakwood School - North Hollywood FO Charlotte Latin CC Pro
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-19 VPF R3 Bronx HS Of Science LO St Mary's Hall VS Pro
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-19 VPF R3 Hawken EL Cypress Bay SF Pro
Badgerland Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-11 LD Quar Millard North PK West Des Moines Valley CT Aff Aff 3-0
Badgerland Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-11 LD Octa Whitefish Bay RD West Des Moines Valley TG Neg Neg 3-0
Badgerland Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-11 LD R7 Whitefish Bay JP Golda Meir IL Neg
Badgerland Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-11 LD R6 West Des Moines Valley AC Millard North MM Aff
Badgerland Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-11 LD R5 Whitefish Bay SR West Des Moines Valley AJ Aff
Badgerland Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-11 LD R4 Juan Diego Catholic ZS Marquette Univ DM Aff
Badgerland Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-11 LD R3 West Des Moines Valley KK Millard North TQ Aff
Badgerland Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-11 LD R2 West Des Moines Valley CT Whitefish Bay BW Aff
Badgerland Debate Tournament HS 2016-11-11 LD R1 Whitefish Bay WT West Des Moines Valley LB Aff
Golda Meir Debate Invitational HS 2016-10-22 VSS R2 Homestead GK Appleton North BK Aff
Golda Meir Debate Invitational HS 2016-10-22 VSS R1 Mukwonago HW Reagan IB Debate PM Aff
Mukwonago Tournament HS 2016-10-08 LD R5 Golda Meir IL Bradley Tech AK Aff
Mukwonago Tournament HS 2016-10-08 LD R4 West Bend CM Bradley Tech AB Aff
Mukwonago Tournament HS 2016-10-08 PF R3 West Bend KG Waukesha South AD Pro
Mukwonago Tournament HS 2016-10-08 LD R2 Marquette University PS Appleton North FA Neg
Mukwonago Tournament HS 2016-10-08 LD R1 Marquette University AS Golda Meir KP Aff
Tournament of Champions HS 2016-04-30 PF R7 Walt Whitman Mc Leland LM Con
Tournament of Champions HS 2016-04-30 PF R6 Durham PL Horace Mann KS Con
Tournament of Champions HS 2016-04-30 PF R3 Nueva CC Oakwood BG Con
Tournament of Champions HS 2016-04-30 PF R2 Hunter MM Dougherty Valley MJ Pro
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake HS 2015-12-18 PF Double University SW Poly Prep HE Con Con 3-0
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake HS 2015-12-18 PF R6 Poly Prep Country Day NS Fairmont Prep PP Con
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake HS 2015-12-18 PF R5 Eagan TF Poly Prep CM Pro
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake HS 2015-12-18 PF R5 Eagan Sc Horace Mann FR Con
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake HS 2015-12-18 PF R4 Walt Whitman GN Columbus PY Pro
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake HS 2015-12-18 PF R4 Ft. Lauderdale HS DM Roosevelt GK Pro
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake HS 2015-12-18 PF R2 Poly Prep SS Madison West LL Pro
Sheboygan North Invite HS 2015-12-12 LD R5 Neenah AC Golda Meir KP Neg
Sheboygan North Invite HS 2015-12-12 LD R4 Neenah KS Waukesha South CC Aff
Sheboygan North Invite HS 2015-12-12 PF R2 Middleton OL Brookfield Central LG Pro
Sheboygan North Invite HS 2015-12-12 LD R1 Neenah BS Bradley Tech DH Aff
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 PF Q Neenah PS James Madison Memorial KS Con Con 3-0
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 LD O Marquette University HL Neenah MA Aff Aff 3-0
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 LD O Neenah RM Appleton East JV Aff Aff 2-1
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 PF R7 Neenah EP La Crosse Central LK Pro
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 PF R7 Appleton East CT West Bend GS Con
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 LD R6 Bradley Tech DH Whitefish Bay SS Neg
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 LD R6 Appleton North FA Appleton East MM Neg
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 LD R5 Neenah RM Rufus King CY Aff
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 LD R5 Neenah MA Rufus King DG Aff
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 PF R4 Rufus King CB Middleton KD Pro
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 PF R4 Neenah EP West Bend KH Con
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 LD R3 Neenah KS Whitefish Bay SS Neg
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 LD R3 Neenah MA Bradley Tech TH Aff
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 PF R2 La Crosse Central FW Rufus King OM Con
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 PF R2 James Madison Memorial CP West Bend WB Pro
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 LD R1 Whitefish Bay WT Golda Meir IL Aff
The Alexandra Hoechrel Challenge HS 2015-12-04 LD R1 Neenah RM Appleton North RS Aff
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2015-11-06 VPF Round Lake Highland Prep NL Oxbridge Academy BL Con
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2015-11-06 VPF Round Eastview BM Walt Whitman RT Pro
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2015-11-06 VPF Round West Des Moines Valley KB Bronx Science VK Con
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2015-11-06 VPF Round Bettendorf DP Blaine GL Pro
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate HS 2015-11-06 VPF Round Eagan PS Oxbridge Academy TK Con
Golda Meir Debate Invitational HS 2015-10-24 NPF Final Brookfield Central HS James Madison Memorial CT Con Con 2-1
Golda Meir Debate Invitational HS 2015-10-24 VLD Round Marquette University HL Neenah RM Aff
Golda Meir Debate Invitational HS 2015-10-24 NLD Round Alexander Hamilton DG Bradley Tech TH Neg
Golda Meir Debate Invitational HS 2015-10-24 VLD Round Golda Meir JS Bradley Tech DH Neg
Waukesha South HS 2015-10-09 SLD R5 Neenah AC Rufus King CY Neg
Waukesha South HS 2015-10-09 SLD R4 Rufus King AS Neenah KS Neg
Waukesha South HS 2015-10-09 SPF R3 Neenah EP Middleton DM Pro
Waukesha South HS 2015-10-09 SLD R1 Bradley Tech DH Neenah MA Neg
Mukwonago Debate Tournament HS 2015-10-03 LD R5 Marquette University AS Reagan IB Debate SA Aff
Mukwonago Debate Tournament HS 2015-10-03 LD R2 Alexander Hamilton AM Bradley Tech KG Aff
Mukwonago Debate Tournament HS 2015-10-03 PF R1 Whitefish Bay MK Middleton KS PRO
Yale Invitational HS 2015-09-18 PF Dble-O Hunter College MP Oakwood Secondary BG Pro Pro 3-0
Yale Invitational HS 2015-09-18 PF Triple Scarsdale GQ Newton South AU Pro Pro 3-0
Yale Invitational HS 2015-09-18 PF Rd. 6 McLean MP Byram Hills AY Con
Yale Invitational HS 2015-09-18 PF Rd. 6 Fairmont Preparatory KP Bridgewater Raritan RP Pro
Yale Invitational HS 2015-09-18 PF Rd. 4 Korea International Team HR Nightingale Bamford LI Con
Yale Invitational HS 2015-09-18 PF Rd. 4 Princeton HS Asthon CE Pro
Yale Invitational HS 2015-09-18 PF Rd. 2 Strath Haven LS Montville GT Pro
Yale Invitational HS 2015-09-18 PF Rd. 2 Boca Raton Community SD Horace Mann GO Con
MCFL Debate Qualifier HS 2015-01-10 LD R5 Whitefish Bay RD Marquette University HL Neg
MCFL Debate Qualifier HS 2015-01-10 PF R2 West Bend BW Mukwonago BP Pro
Waukesha South Debate Tournament HS 2014-12-13 LD R5 Marquette University GP Whitefish Bay JW Neg
Waukesha South Debate Tournament HS 2014-12-13 PF R4 Neenah PS Appleton East CT Con
Waukesha South Debate Tournament HS 2014-12-13 LD R2 Neenah RM Whitefish Bay WT Neg
Waukesha South Debate Tournament HS 2014-12-13 LD R1 Whitefish Bay SS Waukesha South LF Aff
The Blue Duke Brawl at Whitefish Bay HS 2014-11-15 NLD Round Marquette GP Whitefish Bay BR Aff Neg 2-1
Janesville Parker Invitational HS 2014-11-08 LD R5 Waukesha South SD Bradley Tech CM Aff
Janesville Parker Invitational HS 2014-11-08 PF R4 Craig SW Waukesha South CC Con
Janesville Parker Invitational HS 2014-11-08 PF R2 Mukwonago PG West Bend GP Con
Janesville Parker Invitational HS 2014-11-08 PF R1 Middleton BH Madison West BR Con
West Bend Debate Invitational HS 2014-10-11 NLD R5 Bradley Tech SS Whitefish Bay AP Neg
West Bend Debate Invitational HS 2014-10-11 NLD R2 Marquette University GP Whitefish Bay JS Neg
Mid America Cup HS 2014-09-27 VLD R6 Hockaday AH Bettendorf RN Aff
Mid America Cup HS 2014-09-27 VLD R6 Millard North GB Crossroads NS Aff
Mid America Cup HS 2014-09-27 VLD R3 Liberty Christian BS Immaculate Heart GW Aff
Mid America Cup HS 2014-09-27 VLD R3 Hockaday SS Harrison AE Aff
Mid America Cup HS 2014-09-27 VLD R1 Dowling Catholic CK Bishop Heelan SE Aff
Harvard Invitational HS 2014-02-13 VPF Double Ardrey Kell HC Evanston KS Con Pro 2-1
Harvard Invitational HS 2014-02-13 VPF Double Delbarton MH Durham YD Con Pro 2-1
Harvard Invitational HS 2014-02-13 VPF Triple Plano West Senior SP Dalton LF Con Con 3-0
Harvard Invitational HS 2014-02-13 VPF Triple Catalina Foothills MR Durham RK Con Con 3-0