Daniel Alessandro Paradigm

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Glenbrooks 2018 Update: I haven't judged a debate tournament this year. Don't assume that I have extensive knowledge about the topic.

Table of Contents Summary: Specific Preferences Speaking/Presentation: Policy Arguments: Framework: Theory: Defaults: Additional preferences: Kritiks: Tricks: Miscellaneous: Evidence Ethics: Speaker Points:

Conflicts: Lexington, Oakwood

Background: I debated in LD at Lexington High School, primarily on the national circuit and qualified to the TOC my Senior Year. I graduated in 2015. You can email me at DanAlessandro23@gmail.com with any questions about my paradigm.


Summary:

This is an excerpt from Paul Zhou's wiki that sums up how I feel about judging:

"I think part of what makes debate great is its incredible openness. Given that fact, I am fine with speed, theory, policy-style argumentation, dense framework arguments, kritiks, micropolitical arguments, a prioris/prestandard arguments, and pretty much anything else you can think of. Debate is your game. Play it how you want to."

I am open to any style of argumentation; just do what you do best. Even though I primarily read policy arguments as a debater, I enjoy watching and judging good kritik and framework debates as well as any other style as long as it's done well. I will do my best to evaluate all arguments objectively. I prefer debates with heavy clash and engagement with your opponents' arguments.

Specific Preferences

Speaking/Presentation:

  • I can flow any speed as long as it is clear. I'll say clear as many times as necessary without docking your speaks. That being said, if I am saying clear repeatedly I will visibly indicate that I am unable to flow your arguments, and I won't vote on an argument that I didn't flow.
  • When you are transitioning between flows or arguments on the flow, state the argument or flow you are going to next and then pause for 1-2 seconds for me to find it so I'm ready to flow your responses- if you do this well it will give you a speaks boost.
  • When making multiple responses to an argument, make sure to label them through numbering or lettering.
  • Go slower on tags, plan texts, counterplan texts, theory interpretartions and K alt texts.
  • Try to give an overview establishing how I evaluate the round during final rebuttals; this will make it much easier for me to vote for you.
  • Don't say "we" or "our argument"- you don't debate with a partner

Policy Arguments:

  • I read these a lot as a debater and will be able to follow any policy-focused debate.
  • Make sure to give good weighing between impacts. When doing weighing, make sure to not only tag why your impact outweighs e.g. it has greater magnitude, but explain why that weighing mechanism means one impact is more important than another.
  • I really like seeing well researched and specific strategies.
  • I prefer watching high-quality impact scenarios rather than a high quantity of impact scenarios. Take time to establish uniqueness, solvency, brink for each impact scenario rather than reading several short and underdeveloped impact scenarios.
  • I view perms as advocacies that can be kicked in the 2AR when the aff reads a plan.

Framework:

  • What counts as offense under a framework is determined by the framework warrants and not an ad hoc statement of what impacts link. For example, the aff may not read a Rawlsian framework and then just assert "this means only means-based impacts matter" without justifying through framework arguments why ends-based impacts aren't also relevant.
  • I enjoy judging good philosophical framework debates. Don't assume that I'm knowledgable about your framework; all framework arguments need to be clearly explained in the first speech, or I will not vote on them.
  • Contingent standards or triggers are fine as long as they are supported by an argument made in the first constructive that states why defense on part of the framework would trigger a different framework
  • Framework debate is comparative- explain why your framework is good in relation to your opponent's framework

Theory:

Defaults:

The following are a list of soft theoretical defaults that I have. If any argument is made that opposes any of my default beliefs, I will always prioritize an in-round argument. These defaults merely indicate which way I will side on an issue if it isn't spoken to at all in the round.

  1. Theory is a reason to reject the argument.
  2. Theory is evaluated through a competing interpretations model where the better interp is the one that has more offense to it in the context of this specific round.
  3. No RVIs
  4. I presume aff in the absence of offense on either side at the end of the round

Additional preferences:

  • I will vote on any theory argument that is justified and won, so long as it isn't blatantly offensive.
  • I believe that the voter section is usually the least-developed section of a theory argument. If your opponent only spends 10 seconds arguing why fairness is a voter and reason to drop the debater, then exploit that. Debaters rarely justify specifically why a given theory violation is so egregious as to reject the debater, so if you go for theory as a voter, develop "reject the debater" well.
  • I prefer theory debates that center on what interp would be best for this specific round over potential abuse claims or arguments about why a given rule would make another round worse. If you point out why your theory offense is relevant to this round and their's isn't, that will help put you ahead.
  • Sign-post clearly on theory.

Kritiks:

  • I'm fine with any "K" or critical positions.
  • I'll be much more inclined to vote on these positions if the role of the ballot/role of the judge is well-developed. Reading a card that says "x is bad" is not sufficient to prove why my specific obligation as a judge is a reason to stop x, given that there are a million bad things in the world.
  • Be clear about what the alternative does/advocates for
  • I will evaluate arguments for why the K comes before theory or T based on the flow as I would with any other argument.

Tricks:

  • Tricky arguments are fine with me as long as they are clearly explained.
  • If I don't flow the implication of an argument in the first speech, then I will grant your opponent new responses to the implication in the next speech because it is unreasonable to expect them to flow an argument that I couldn't flow.
  • New responses to tricky arguments can be made against the new part of the trick. For example, if the NC concedes the claim and warrant for an argument, but the impact doesn't come until the 1AR, then the 2NR can respond to the impact, but not the claim or warrant.
  • I would prefer to judge positions that rely on clash rather than positions that seek to obfuscate the meaning of your arguments in the hope that your opponent will drop them and/or have their arguments precluded by them. However, I will vote for tricks if they are won on the flow.

Miscellaneous:

  • I'm fine with debaters asking questions to each other during prep time (flex prep).
  • You won't get higher than 20 speaker points if, upon request, you don't make an electronic copy of your case available to your opponent.
  • Compiling your speech into one document is prep time; if your opponent tries to do this without using prep time, then call them out on it.
  • Claims must have warrants for me to vote on them.

Evidence Ethics:

Evidence ethics are important. If debater A proves that debater B miscut or clipped any pieces of evidence, I will immediately drop debater B with 0 speaks and report them to the tab room. You may make an ethics challenge via an in-round theory argument or by stopping the round and staking the debate on the ethics challenge.

Speaker Points:

Guideline:
0-25.9 = bad
26-26.9 below average
27-27.9 = average
28-28.9 = good
29-29.9 = very good/excellent
30 = one of the best performances I've ever judged

Things that will give you higher speaker points:

  • Answering abusive arguments well without theory
  • Reading your opponent's evidence and making specific responses that reference their evidence
  • Good use of CX
  • Sitting down early
  • Good overviews in final speeches
  • High amounts of substantive clash
  • Being clear, persuasive and efficient
  • well-executed strategy
  • perceptual dominance
  • interesting and unique arguments
  • Being funny
  • Doing high quality weighing that makes it easy for me to write my ballot


Things that will give you lower speaker points:

  • Plans bad theory
  • Avoiding specific clash
  • Frivolous theory arguments
  • Excessive use of the word "probably"

Full Judging Record

Tournament Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
BAUDL MS Fall Classic City College San Francisco 11/16/2019 Var VPF2 JoaMil KC GolSta SA Neg
BAUDL MS Fall Classic City College San Francisco 11/16/2019 Var VPF1 GolSta SA JamLic AT Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R7 Pine Crest Prep JJ Kinkaid SM Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R7 Immaculate Heart MC Houston Memorial AQ Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R6 Cypress Bay PS West Linn DT Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R5 Bellarmine College Prep AP Los Alamos AD Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R5 Loyola LH Roseville Area DT Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R4 Evanston Twp JA Munster BM Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R4 Harvard-Westlake JN Episcopal School of Dallas ZH Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R3 Harvard-Westlake VC Kinkaid JS Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R2 McMillen NG Anderson KS Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R2 Cambridge Rindge and Latin AG NSU SF Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R1 Lovejoy CM John F. Kennedy AS Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD Qtrs St. Andrew's Episcopal IB Strake Jesuit College Prep MC Aff Aff on a 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD Octos Strake Jesuit College Prep MC Lake Highland Prep MK Neg Aff on a 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD Sextos Carroll HS - Southlake AP Lake Highland Prep MK Aff Neg on a 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD R7 Millburn AW Cypress Woods CJ Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD R6 Brookfield RL Cypress Woods YW Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD R5 Houston Memorial AQ Kinkaid JG Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD R5 Walt Whitman CC Marlborough GN Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD R4 Evanston Twp CM Walt Whitman DH Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD R3 Strake Jesuit College Prep VL Brentwood LE Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD R3 Brookfield AS Lake Highland Prep JW Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD R2 Northwood VA Cypress Bay NB Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD R2 Dougherty Valley AB Brookfield NA Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD R1 Eagan ML Lake Highland Prep AA Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VLD R1 Oakwood School - North Hollywood SM Strake Jesuit College Prep MC Neg
MSDL State Debate Final 3/25/2017 CX-V R3 Lexington HZ Lexington JR Neg
MSDL State Debate Final 3/25/2017 LD-V R1 Needham EZ Manchester Essex MI Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 LD Semis Scarsdale ZE La Canada AZ Neg Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 LD R4 East Chapel Hill AM Appleton East MM Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 LD R4 Walt Whitman CC Peninsula JL Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 LD R3 Golda Meir KP Appleton East JV Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 LD R1 Edina KS Homewood-Flossmoor MB Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R7 Harvard-Westlake SP Stuyvesant KL Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R6 Winston Churchill BR Marlborough GK Neg
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R5 Lake Highland Prep MK Cambridge Rindge and Latin OS Neg
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R5 American Heritage HS - Delray Beach AD Quarry Lane SK Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R4 Oak Hall KZ Millburn AJ Neg
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R4 Anderson BD Millburn CS Neg
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R3 Amos Alonzo Stagg BA Loyola DK Neg
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R3 Immaculate Heart DD Gilmour SW Neg
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R2 Cypress Woods LC Brentwood KR Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R2 Lake Highland Prep AA Immaculate Heart MC Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R1 Fenwick SN Strake Jesuit CL Neg
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R1 American Heritage School - Plantation DM Phoenix Country Day PW Neg
Yale Invitational 9/16/2016 VLD Quarte Harvard-Westlake JN Lake Highland Prep AA Neg Neg on a 2-1
Yale Invitational 9/16/2016 VLD Runoff Phillips Academy Andover TC Scarsdale ML Neg Neg on a 3-0
Yale Invitational 9/16/2016 VLD Runoff Scarsdale NI William T. Dwyer LM Aff Aff on a 2-1
Yale Invitational 9/16/2016 VLD Rd 6 Byram Hills JB Timber Creek DW Aff
Yale Invitational 9/16/2016 VLD Rd 5 Roslyn AG Harvard-Westlake SK Aff
Yale Invitational 9/16/2016 VLD Rd 5 Hunter AK Lake Highland Prep RS Neg
Yale Invitational 9/16/2016 VLD Rd 4 Harvard-Westlake JN Scarsdale ZE Aff
Yale Invitational 9/16/2016 VLD Rd 3 American Heritage School - Plantation RG Hunter NP Neg
Yale Invitational 9/16/2016 VLD Rd 3 Southlake Carroll SM Cambridge Rindge and Latin AG Neg
Yale Invitational 9/16/2016 VLD Rd 2 Cambridge Rindge and Latin MB Trinity Prep AS Aff
Yale Invitational 9/16/2016 VLD Rd 1 Scarsdale GZ Byram Hills RP Neg
Yale Invitational 9/16/2016 VLD Rd 1 Acton Boxborough AW Pine View TA Neg
Byram Hills Invitational 9/9/2016 VLD R7 Bronx HS Of Science GM Scarsdale NI Aff Aff on a 3-0
Byram Hills Invitational 9/9/2016 VLD Run-of Millburn AJ Scarsdale AW Neg Neg on a 2-1
Byram Hills Invitational 9/9/2016 VLD R5 Bronx HS Of Science JO Success Academy AB Neg
Byram Hills Invitational 9/9/2016 VLD R3 Scarsdale EL Success Academy LL Neg
Byram Hills Invitational 9/9/2016 VLD R2 Scarsdale NI Bronx HS Of Science GM Neg
Byram Hills Invitational 9/9/2016 VLD R2 Bronx HS Of Science JJ Millburn AJ Aff
Byram Hills Invitational 9/9/2016 VLD R1 Scarsdale SB Bronx HS Of Science AM Aff
Harvard Westlake Debate 1/14/2016 VLD Elim 3 Peninsula KK Loyola JO Neg Neg on a 3-0
Harvard Westlake Debate 1/14/2016 VLD Elim 2 Phoenix Country Day PW Peninsula JL Neg Neg on a 3-0
Harvard Westlake Debate 1/14/2016 VLD Elim 2 Brentwood JR Peninsula KK Aff Neg on a 2-1
Harvard Westlake Debate 1/14/2016 VLD Round Strake Jesuit CP KF Peninsula KK Neg
Harvard Westlake Debate 1/14/2016 VLD Round Peninsula IG Harvard-Westlake ER Aff
Harvard Westlake Debate 1/14/2016 VLD Round Harker DP Arcadia VL Neg
Harvard Westlake Debate 1/14/2016 VLD Round Harker AM Brentwood WL Neg
Harvard Westlake Debate 1/14/2016 VLD Round Brentwood LR Harker EM Aff
Harvard Westlake Debate 1/14/2016 VLD Round Law Magnet DD Harker AV Aff
Harvard Westlake Debate 1/14/2016 VLD Round Brentwood JR Peninsula KN Aff
Harvard Westlake Debate 1/14/2016 VLD Round Brentwood JD Harker AMa Aff
Harvard Westlake Debate 1/14/2016 VLD Round Loyola BS Harker NT Aff
Harvard Westlake Debate 1/14/2016 VLD Round Peninsula JL Harvard-Westlake WB Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD Quarte Peninsula JL WDM Valley TG Aff Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD Double American Heritage DM Peninsula JL Neg Neg on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD Double Lake Highland Prep MC New Trier NK Neg Aff on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD Triple Oxbridge Beaches BK Scarsdale ZE Neg Neg on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD R6 Lake Highland Prep MC Oxbridge Beaches AWe Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD R5 St Thomas Academy NB Oxbridge Beaches NW Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD R5 Oxbridge Beaches BK American Heritage DM Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD R4 St Thomas Academy NW St. Louis Park RS Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD R4 Peninsula JL Whitefish Bay RD Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD R3 St. Louis Park DA Eagan JL Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD R3 King AK Aberdeen Central AB Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD R2 Collegiate DM Scarsdale ML Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD R2 Eagan KM Scarsdale GZ Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD R1 Scarsdale BS Bettendorf RN Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 LD R1 St Thomas Academy SK Scarsdale ZE Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 LD Double Kinkaid JY Lake Highland Prepara NK Neg Neg on a 3-0
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 LD R7 Clements FT Lake Highland Prepara SP Aff
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 LD R7 Scarsdale ZG Mountain View KX Aff
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 LD R6 Scarsdale GZ Harvard-Westlake NS Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 LD R6 Cypress Bay JI Pacific Ridge RS Aff
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 LD R5 Kinkaid JY Lake Highland Prepara MK Aff
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 LD R5 Kent Denver JC Harvard-Westlake CE Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 LD R4 Loyola JO Cypress Bay JS Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 LD R4 NSU University JR Cambridge Rindge and OS Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 LD R2 Bettendorf RN Lake Highland Prepara MC Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 LD R1 Strake Jesuit College KF New Trier LK Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 LD R1 Mountain View VPa Kinkaid JG Aff
VBI Los Angeles 7/20/2015 O LD qu Jalan Felix Tan Dosch Lavanya Singh Aff Aff on a 3-0
VBI Los Angeles 7/20/2015 O LD oc Li Jason Yang Jalan Felix Tan Neg Neg on a 2-1
VBI Los Angeles 7/20/2015 O LD Db Tarsne Maxim Quint Horowi Oliver Sussman Neg Neg on a 3-0
VBI Los Angeles 7/20/2015 O LD R6 Cowger Sophia Kuriscak Horowi Jackson Deconcini Neg
VBI Los Angeles 7/20/2015 O LD R6 Dv-Mks Emily Michels Hoffa Sanjana Dhindsa Aff
VBI Los Angeles 7/20/2015 O LD R5 Lallas Noah Bandt Hom Kathy Liu Neg
VBI Los Angeles 7/20/2015 O LD R5 Shapir Barry He Hom Kathleen Bond Neg
VBI Los Angeles 7/20/2015 O LD R3 Bower Kyle Lee Astaci Gavin Paap Neg
VBI Los Angeles 7/20/2015 O LD R3 Adler Jake Freeman Zhang Richard Yoo Neg
VBI Los Angeles 7/20/2015 O LD R2 Adler Kyle Fennessy Gandra Shane Garrity Aff
VBI Los Angeles 7/20/2015 O LD R2 Weine Chris Coles Hertzi Caroline Huang Aff
VBI Swarthmore 7/6/2015 LD R9 Theis School for Forestry and Archery Kathy Wang Tartakovsky Technikum For Aspiring Tsars Matthew Zhang Neg Neg on a 4-1
VBI Swarthmore 7/6/2015 LD R7 Tartakovsky Technikum For Aspiring Tsars Matthew Zhang Christian Quiroz Cadet Corps Shankar Krishnan Aff Aff on a 2-1
VBI Swarthmore 7/6/2015 LD R6 Ati Academy of Artful Learning Ryan Lee Gamble School of Risk Management Enoch Jo Neg
VBI Swarthmore 7/6/2015 LD R6 Ati Academy of Artful Learning Kanu Madhok Holguin Home for Troubled Youth Andrew Wang Neg
VBI Swarthmore 7/6/2015 LD R5 Zhou's Zumba Studio Jack Zvonek Melanie Shackleford Military Schl Alexandra Opsahl Neg
VBI Swarthmore 7/6/2015 LD R4 Ati Academy of Artful Learning Ryan Lee Theis School for Forestry and Archery Paul Wimer Neg
VBI Swarthmore 7/6/2015 LD R4 Gamble School of Risk Management Fazil Khan Ati Academy of Artful Learning Kanu Madhok Aff
VBI Swarthmore 7/6/2015 LD R3 Jacob Nails Middle School For Numerology and Divination Claire Bump's Institute for Billiards and Bowling Kimberly DelSignore Aff
VBI Swarthmore 7/6/2015 LD R3 Labarre Finishing Schl Tyler Chen Holguin Home for Troubled Youth Andrew Wang Aff
VBI Swarthmore 7/6/2015 LD R2 Jake Nebel Ivory Tower Atheneum Matthew Li Garg Laboratories Murray Friedberg Aff
VBI Swarthmore 7/6/2015 LD R2 Ati Academy of Artful Learning Maya Xia Smith Seminary for Arcane Knowledge Sihao Huang Neg
VBI Swarthmore 7/6/2015 LD R1 Jacob Nails Middle School For Numerology and Divination Ayman Q Gamble School of Risk Management Andrew Hong Aff
VBI Swarthmore 7/6/2015 LD R1 Holguin Home for Troubled Youth Justin Kim Jacob Nails Middle School For Numerology and Divination Madelin Aff
MSDL State Debate Final 3/28/2015 LD-N R5 Needham ML Concord Carlisle AW Neg
MSDL State Debate Final 3/28/2015 LD-N R4 Needham CJ Acton Boxborough JH Aff
MSDL State Debate Final 3/28/2015 LD-N R3 Concord Carlisle ML Westford LS Aff
MSDL State Debate Final 3/28/2015 LD-N R1 Concord Carlisle AG Needham SR Aff
Lexington Winter Invitational 1/17/2015 NLD Final Scarsdale NI Harrison CS Neg Neg on a 5-0
Lexington Winter Invitational 1/17/2015 NLD Quarte Chaminade JM Scarsdale NI Neg Neg on a 2-1
Lexington Winter Invitational 1/17/2015 NLD Octo Manchester Essex ZB Harrison LC Neg Aff on a 2-1
Lexington Winter Invitational 1/17/2015 NLD Octo Chaminade DH Monticello KC Aff Aff on a 3-0
Lexington Winter Invitational 1/17/2015 NLD R3 Hunter College NK Acton Boxborough SS Aff
Lexington Winter Invitational 1/17/2015 NLD R3 Bronx Science MS Collegiate AL Aff
Lexington Winter Invitational 1/17/2015 NLD R2 Needham ML Harrison CS Neg
Lexington Winter Invitational 1/17/2015 NLD R2 Scarsdale NS Needham SR Neg
Lexington Winter Invitational 1/17/2015 NLD R1 Harrison BS Needham JG Neg
Lexington Winter Invitational 1/17/2015 NLD R1 Collegiate JB Newtown JW Neg
Tim Averill Invitational 10/24/2014 NLD Rd 4 Needham AD
Tim Averill Invitational 10/24/2014 NLD Rd 4 Needham EZ Concord Carlisle AW Neg
The 10th Scarsdale Invitational 2/7/2014 NLD R5 Harrison EAb Timothy Christian SJ Neg
The 10th Scarsdale Invitational 2/7/2014 NLD R3 Benjamin N Cardozo KJ Scarsdale CD Neg