Latest stories on how our students are doing at tournaments at home and across the country!
March 4, 2022 — Tournament Results
You can find the full results on Tabroom here. Navigate to the Results tab, click the dropdown menu for Novice or Varsity, and check out your results for each round.
1. Ethan Masoperh (Winner of a UDL crewneck!)
2. Bertony Georges
3. Snigtha Mohanraj
1. Ethan and Brayden
2. Mari and Snigtha
3. Sophie and Jacqueline
1. Chloe Walsh (Winner of a UDL crewneck!)
2. Matthew Mowerson
3. Shawaunda Newby
1. Chloe and Matthew
2. Sayah and Aaron
3. Odeno and Salithi
Thanks also to our tournament directors, Prastik and Jacob, and all our judges!
2019 NATIONAL YALE INVITATIONAL
Matthew Mauriello and Sebastian Ward broke to oct0-finals, placing fifth varsity team.
Matt Mauriello placed 7th varsity speaker.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PHILALETHIC 2019
Congratulations to all the members of UDL that competed in our annual away tournament in California!
Matthew Mauriello and Sebastian Ward broke to octo-finals.
Mel DeBlasio broke to quarter-finals in impromptu.
SPRING 2019 CHAMPIONSHIP
Congratulations to our winners from our year championships!
Varsity 1st place - Alim and Owen
Varsity 2nd place - Jay and Salaar
We additionally awarded a senior scholarship to Alim Rodican and Owen Heaphy. Alim Rodican and Owen Heaphy not only are exceptional debaters, but leaders in their community. They have volunteered at middle school tournaments, led school clubs, and recruited many students onto their debate team.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PHILALETHIC 2018
Alim Rodican and Owen Heaphy make it to the top 16 varsity parliamentary debaters in the double-octo finals (left two).
Prastik Mohanraj, Akshar Agarwal, Henry, and Salaar Rabbani place in the top 8 varsity extemporaneous speakers (pictured left to right).
Winnie Jiang and Matt Mauriello place 6th at the Vassar invitational, and land 13th and 20th place speakers.
COLUMBIA IVY LEAGUE DEBATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Owen Heaphy and Alim Rodican place 5th at the Columbia Ivy League Champsionships.
Prastik Mohanraj and Arnav Paliwal (not pictured) place 6th.