2015 ACF Nationals

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The 2015 ACF Nationals was held between April 18 and 19 at Michigan. It was edited by Ryan Westbrook, Ike Jose, Billy Busse, and Rob Carson.

Penn defeated Chicago in a one-game final.

Penn's victory was the long-awaited first national title for Eric Mukherjee, who had participated in his first national finals match seven years prior at 2008 ACF Nationals and played at a consistently high level in the interim.

This was also the first year in which ACF used the A-value to invite qualified teams to compete based on their performance at ACF Regionals, rather than maintaining unrestricted registration for any collegiate team as in years past.

2015 ACF Nationals
Champion Penn
Runner-up Chicago A
Third Maryland
Fourth Stanford, Virginia
High scorer Auroni Gupta, UCSD
Editor/s Ryan Westbrook, Ike Jose, Billy Busse, and Rob Carson
Site Michigan
Field 48 teams
Stats http://www.hsquizbowl.org/db/tournaments/2976/


Division I Championship

  1. Penn (Patrick Liao, Saajid Moyen, Eric Mukherjee, Chris Chiego)
  2. Chicago A (John Lawrence, Max Schindler, James Lasker, Chris Ray)
  3. Maryland (Jordan Brownstein, Chris Manners, Brian McPeak, Dan Puma)
  4. tie: Virginia (JR Roach, Matt Bollinger, Tommy Casalaspi, Daniel Hothem) and Stanford (Stephen Liu, Austin Brownlow, Nikhil Desai, Benji Nguyen)

Division I Undergraduate

Stanford B defeated Illinois to claim the Undergraduate championship in a 2-game series. Yale played a series of games to claim the 3rd Place Undergraduate trophy.

Division II Championship

Northwestern defeated MIT B to claim the Division II championship.


Based on prelim scoring.


48 teams