The 2019 Grand Finals results packet is now available. Congratulations to all of our qualifiers and alternates!
Results for the January 2019 FGCCFL tournament at Durant have been published to Tabroom.
NSDA coaches should expect points in Debate and Speech to auto-post between this Wednesday and next Wednesday and need only check and approve those points. Congress speech scores may need to be averaged and entered manually.
Results from the October 13 tournament at Dixie Hollins are available on Tabroom; click on the “Results” tab and use the dropdown and links on the right to find what you need. You will be able to access results by event, by round, or by student. The principal PDF reports from the October results are also available on this site.
All events except Congress will auto-post by October 24 for schools whose Tabroom accounts are linked to NSDA. Coaches must record Congress merit points themselves using the speaker/PO ballots or the report below.
NOTE: This is a corrected version of the report that addresses a rankings transcription error. The error in question was made after the tournament and does not affect the results announced at awards. The merit points in the original report are unaffected.
Results from the September 22 FGCCFL All Events tournament at Dixie Hollins have been posted to Tabroom (navigate using the dropdown on the right side of the page). You can also download a complete tournament packet, including Congress points for both sessions, below:
If your school’s Tabroom account is linked to your NSDA roster, we anticipate that points for Debate and IE will be auto-posted on Wednesday. You will still need to record Congress points.
Wharton Congress results have been posted on Tabroom (the download link is on the right side of the page).
Note that these are only the judges’ rankings. To compute and record your students’ NSDA points, you will need to average the scores on their ballots, rounding up if necessary. The maximum PO score for this tournament is 6 (for one full hour of presiding; NSDA disregards fractions of an hour).