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Idolize This, Part Deux--official KS college results thread

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In addition to the KU teams, the following KS natives made it through the triples round:

 

Texas-Dallas AB

Texas-Dallas RS

Wichita State CR

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Kansas JS def Towson JM

Kansas BJ def Texas BH

Missouri State OW def Whitman GJ

Dartmouth KO def Emory MT

Georgia State GL def Kansas TSNorth Texas CE def Texas-Dallas AB

Whitman CS def Bard CD

West Georgia LS def Idaho State MJ

Dartmouth AH def Gonzaga BS

Fort Hays hs def CSU Fullerton MG

Wyoming CJ def West Georgia MS

Whitman AS def Oklahoma WG

Emory CP def Texas TW

Texas-Dallas RS def Whitman CM

Towson CL def Wichita State CR

Michigan State LM def Wake Forest RZ

 

1/16

 

Kansas JS def Michigan State LM

Towson CL def Kansas BJ

Missouri State OW def Texas-Dallas RS

Dartmouth KO def Emory CP

Whitman AS def Georgia State GL

North Texas CE def Wyoming CJ

Fort Hays hs def Whitman CS

West Georgia LS def Dartmouth AH

 

1/4

 

Kansas JS def West Georgia LS

Towson CL def Fort Hays hs

Missouri State OW def North Texas CE

Dartmouth KO def Whitman AS

 

Semis

 

Kansas JS def Dartmouth KO

Towson CL def Missouri State OW

 

Finals

 

Towson CL def Kansas JS on a 7-4 decision

 

Speakers

 

2. Nate Johnson, KU

4. Chris Stone, KU

5. Andrew Jennings, KU

8. Brett Bricker, KU

16. Matt Coleman, Wichita State

28. Andrew Baker, UTD

32. Brian Rubaie, UTD

44. Beth Mendenhall, KSU

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I personally think it is pretty neat that Nate Johnson and Chris Stone are in finals of CEDA nationals. It's not often that two debaters, who represented the best of what champ debate offers in Kansas, have this kind of success nationally.

 

Regardless of how finals turn out, great job!

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I personally think it is pretty neat that Nate Johnson and Chris Stone are in finals of CEDA nationals. It's not often that two debaters, who represented the best of what champ debate offers in Kansas, have this kind of success nationally.

 

Regardless of how finals turn out, great job!

 

I respect Nate and Chris quite a bit, but Towson was the surprise of the century. If UMKC beating Harvard at the NDT was an upset, then Towson's run was a statistical impossibility.

 

I'm floored.

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I respect Nate and Chris quite a bit, but Towson was the surprise of the century. If UMKC beating Harvard at the NDT was an upset, then Towson's run was a statistical impossibility.

 

I'm floored.

 

It is March Madness.

 

I only hope that this doesn't happen to KU in the NCAA tournament.

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you know something's fucked up when chris and nate are giving fort haze shout-outs in a ceda finals round. :)

 

and i never thought i would see stone talk about love so much....it just made me wanna hug him! lol.

 

d3, baby.

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Community College Nats ended in Chicago over the weekend. A number of KS folks represented the State well.

 

In Semis:

 

KCKCC Chris Rohan(from Lansing) and Andy Montee (From St Joe)

defeated San Jac CC out of Texas.

 

JCCC Zac Hartkopp (from Andover) and Brad Jacobs (from Blue Valley N)

defeated Noah Fugate (Tongie) and Miranda Nichols (Leavenworth)

 

In Finals:

KCKCC Rohan and Montee defeated JCCC Hartkopp and Jacobs.

 

Not bad--6 out of the 8 semi finalists from KS High Schools.

 

Congrats to Brad and Zac on a great season, and of course to my own Andy and Chris for bringing home the title for an unprecedented 5th straight year.

 

chief

 

Darren Elliott

Director of Debate and Forensics--KCKCC

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KS kids are starting the year out pretty well thus far:

 

UMKC Allsup (hutch) & Garcia (Highland Park, MN) are 2-1

UMKC Jantz (Mcpherson) & Stevens (Kearney, NE) are 1-2

Berkley Weiner (SMW) & Burton are 2-1

Emporia St. Fifelski & Malcolm (SMW) are 2-1

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JV Speakers

 

1. Ashley Denny K-State

2. Caitlin Reynolds K-State

3. Donnie Hanson Emporia State

6. Heather Woods K-State

9. Alyssa Kennedy KU

12. Charlie Clark UMKC

 

JV Breaks

 

1. K-State Denny/Reynolds

2. KU Davis/Kennedy

5. Emporia State Hanson/Holloway-utter

7. UMKC Campfield/Clark

 

5. ESU HH (aff) drops to 4. Minnesota KS (neg) in semifinals

7. UMKC CC (neg) drops to 2. Kansas DK (aff) in semifinals

2. Kansas DK drops to 1. K-State DR in finals

 

 

Open Speakers

 

1. Matt Coleman Wichita State

2. Patrick Kennedy KU

3. Chris Thomas UTSA

6. Rafi Amadullah K-State

10. Brett Farmer K-State

14. Mark Wilkins KU

19. Andrew Jack KU

 

Open Breaks

 

1. Wichita State Coleman/Robinson

2. UTSA Montee/Thomas

3. KU Jack/Wilkins

5. KU Kennedy/Shah

4, 6-9. K-State Amadullah/Farmer (they are somewhere in there)

10. Wichita State Box/Rinker

13. UMKC Allsup/Garcia

 

K-State AF drop in semifinals

3. Kansas JW drop to 1. Wichita State CR in finals

 

 

fucking sweet. a kansan represented both teams in finals, and the top 3 speakers in both divisions. badass.

 

sorry if i forgot anyone or put someone in by mistake. pm me if i did, and i will make the changes.

Edited by dhanson

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OPEN

 

Speakers

 

2. Chris Thomas, UTSA

4. Patrick Kennedy, Kansas

7. Mark Wilkins, Kansas

 

Elims

 

Double Octas

 

Kansas KW advances without debating

UMKC AG advances without debating

UTSA MT advances without debating

 

Octas

 

Kansas KW def Mo-State RS (2-1)

UTSA MT def Mo-State HR (3-0)

UMKC AG def Oklahoma CD (3-0)

 

Quarters

 

North Texas MR def Kansas KW (3-0)

UTSA MT def UMKC AG (2-1)

 

Semis

 

North Texas HR def UTSA MT (3-0)

JV

 

Speakers

 

1. Alyssa Kennedy, Kansas

3. Adam Cortelyou, Wichita State

4. Donnie Hanson, Emporia

5. Gloria Funcheon, Kansas State

7. Kai Davis, Kansas

 

Elims

 

Octas

Kansas DK advances without debating

Emporia State HH advances without debating

Kansas State FL advances without debating

UTSA CT def JCCC BS (3-0)

Wichita State CK def UTSA BK (2-1)

 

Quarters

 

Kansas DK def KCKCC FS (2-1)

Oklahoma CE def Wichita State CK (3-0)

UMKC BE def Emporia State HH (3-0)

Kansas State FL def UTSA CT (3-0)

 

Semis

 

Kansas DK def UMKC BE (2-1)

Oklahoma CE def Kansas State FL (3-0)

 

Finals

 

Kansas DK def Oklahoma CE (2-1)

 

*as always, if i missed anyone, PM me plz

Edited by dhanson

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Baylor – John Cook & Alex McVey

Harvard – Eli Jacobs and Alex Parkinson

Kansas – Brett Bricker & Nate Johnson

Kansas – Sean Kennedy & Dylan Quigley

Kansas State – Beth Mendenhall & Derek Ziegler

Texas at Dallas – Andrew Baker & Brian Rubaie

Texas at San Antonio – Andy Montee & Chris Thomas

Wichita State – Brian Box & Patrick Rinker

Wichita State – Matthew Coleman & Eric Robinson

 

if i missed anything PM me.

Edited by dhanson

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John Cook was 10th speaker

 

KSU MZ drop in doubles to UCO KS

Cal GW drop in octs to Baylor CM

Baylor CM drop in quarters to Northwestern FS

Edited by dhanson

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Not sure who is tracking this, but all of the KU teams at GSU are 3-1 at the end of day one.

Attending GSU is

Stone/Kennedy

Kennedy/Quigley

Wilkins/Peterson

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at georgia state

here are some ex kansas high school debaters i recognized from the georgia state tournament

 

top speakers

3 brian rubaie

5 andrew baker

14 alex parkinson

18 chris stone

26 john cook

39 sean kennedy

 

teams breaking to doubles (seeds listed)

1 seed baker/rubaie

5 jacobs/parkinson

9 cook/mcveigh

10 patrick kennedy and chris stone

18 chris thomas/andy montee

23 matt peterson/mark wilkins

25 dylan quigley/ sean kennedy

 

baker/rubaie and quigley kennedy won their doubles rounds, unsure about the others. i believe thomas/montee dropped

Edited by movingonup

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at georgia state

here are some ex kansas high school debaters i recognized from the georgia state tournament

 

top speakers

3 brian rubaie

5 andrew baker

14 alex parkinson

18 chris stone

26 john cook

39 sean kennedy

 

teams breaking to doubles (seeds listed)

1 seed baker/rubaie

5 jacobs/parkinson

9 cook/mcveigh

10 patrick kennedy and chris stone

18 chris thomas/andy montee

23 matt peterson/mark wilkins

25 dylan quigley/ sean kennedy

 

baker/rubaie and quigley kennedy won their doubles rounds, unsure about the others. i believe thomas/montee dropped

 

 

KS rolled over PW in doubles, KQ won their doubles round.

 

Also, brian rubaie (from UTD) won the tournament, 12-0.

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UTSA Montee/Thomas drop in doubles

Kansas Kennedy/Stone advance over Kansas Petersen/Wilkins in doubles

Kansas Kennedy/Quigley drop in octs to Baylor Cook/McVey

Kansas KS drop in octs

Baylor Cook/McVey drop in quarters to UTD Baker/Rubaie

Harvard Jacobs/Parkinson drop in semis to UTD BR

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nate johnson is on the "we're awesome" commercial for ku that gets televisied nationally during commercial breaks of football and presumably future basketball games

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