2003 ACF Nationals
|High scorer||Wesley Mathews, Indiana|
Berkeley beat Michigan A in the second game of an advantaged final to win the tournament with a 15-1 record, averaging a tournament-best 339 points per game. The second-place Michigan A team consisted of Zeke Berdichevsky, Paul Litvak, Mike Davidson, and Adam Kemezis, and they finished with a 14-2 record, averaging 317.67 points per game. Kentucky finished third with a 12-2 record, while Texas A&M beat Chicago A head-to-head to earn fourth; both schools finished with a 10-4 record. Harvard beat Yale to earn sixth with an 8-6 record, while Indiana rounded out the top bracket with a 6-8 record.
The top five scorers at the tournament (through the prelim rounds) were Wesley Mathews of Indiana, Kelly McKenzie of Kentucky, Raj Dhuwalia of Florida, Robert Trent of Vanderbilt, and Vernon Davenport of South Carolina, respectively. Mathews led the field with 72 points per game.
The leading scorer for the championship Berkeley team was Seth Teitler, who finished seventh overall with 48 points per game. Jeff Hoppes put up 26.5 PPG, while Jon Pennington had 22 PPG and David Farris had 19.5.