LD NSDA Workshop

For just $15, Triumph Debate is hosting a 1-day virtual workshop on June 5th, 2022 to prepare Lincoln Douglas Debate students for the NSDA National Tournament.

Can't afford the fee? Reach out to us at triumphdebate@gmail.com for a fee waiver! Register by June 5th at 4pm ET to secure your spot.
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Workshop Schedule

The LD NSDA Workshop will be held on June 5th, from roughly 5pm - 8pm ET (2-5pm PT). All times listed on this schedule are in ET.

Workshop Schedule

The LD NSDA Workshop will be held on June 5th, from roughly 5pm - 8pm ET (2-5pm PT). All times listed on this schedule are in ET.

Workshop Staff

Eva Lamberson competed in Lincoln Douglas for four years at Canfield High School in Ohio, where she served as the president of her team in 2018. Throughout her career, Eva succeeded at many tournaments in Ohio, advancing to break rounds and winning multiple tournaments. She was a two time state qualifier in LD, where she advanced to break rounds both years. Eva was a two time NCFL Grand National Tournament qualifier, a tournament which she championed in 2018. Eva was also a two time NSDA National qualifier, where she advanced to round twelve both years, placing fifteenth in 2017 and eleventh in 2018. During the season, she is a volunteer coach at Liberty High School. She attends Youngstown State University where she studies philosophy, English, and religion and competes on the Ethics Bowl team.
Eva Lamberson competed in Lincoln Douglas for four years at Canfield High School in Ohio, where she served as the president of her team in 2018. Throughout her career, Eva succeeded at many tournaments in Ohio, advancing to break rounds and winning multiple tournaments. She was a two time state qualifier in LD, where she advanced to break rounds both years. Eva was a two time NCFL Grand National Tournament qualifier, a tournament which she championed in 2018. Eva was also a two time NSDA National qualifier, where she advanced to round twelve both years, placing fifteenth in 2017 and eleventh in 2018. During the season, she is a volunteer coach at Liberty High School. She attends Youngstown State University where she studies philosophy, English, and religion and competes on the Ethics Bowl team.
Matthew Slencsak has been involved in Speech and Debate for over 10 years. He graduated from Howland HS in 2013, after competing in Lincoln Douglas debate for 4 years. After High School, Matt obtained a degree in IT. Matt has coached at multiple schools, building several programs from scratch including South Range High School and Liberty High School. Matt has coached students to making stage at both the state level and national level. He has had multiple state and national quarterfinalists, even coaching students to finals at the OSDA State Tournament and NSDA National Tournament. After observing problems in the Speech and Debate community, Matt co-founded Triumph Debate with the goal of creating a more welcoming and equitable space for all.
Matthew Slencsak has been involved in Speech and Debate for over 10 years. He graduated from Howland HS in 2013, after competing in Lincoln Douglas debate for 4 years. After High School, Matt obtained a degree in IT. Matt has coached at multiple schools, building several programs from scratch including South Range High School and Liberty High School. Matt has coached students to making stage at both the state level and national level. He has had multiple state and national quarterfinalists, even coaching students to finals at the OSDA State Tournament and NSDA National Tournament. After observing problems in the Speech and Debate community, Matt co-founded Triumph Debate with the goal of creating a more welcoming and equitable space for all.

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