2018 ACF Nationals

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The 2018 ACF Nationals was held between April 21 and 22 at MIT. The set was edited by Andrew Hart, Jordan Brownstein, Stephen Liu, Andrew Wang, Aaron Rosenberg, and Ryan Westbrook, with Hart head-editing.

Chicago cleared the field to win the tournament, suffering their only loss of the tournament to Penn by 10 points. Penn came in second after beating Columbia and Yale, all of whom were tied by record after the playoffs. Yale came in third after second scorer Isaac Kirk-Davidoff left for the Sunday rounds. Itamar Naveh-Benjamin led the tournament in scoring.

2018 ACF Nationals
Champion Chicago A
Runner-up Penn A
Third Yale
Fourth Columbia
High scorer Itamar Naveh-Benjamin, Missouri
Editor/s Andrew Hart, Jordan Brownstein, Stephen Liu, Andrew Wang, Aaron Rosenberg, and Ryan Westbrook
Site MIT
Field 47 teams
Stats Stats


Division I Championship

  1. Chicago A (John Lawrence, Alston Boyd, Kai Smith, Jason Zhou)
  2. Penn A (Eric Mukherjee, Jaimie Carlson, JinAh Kim, Nitin Rao)
  3. Yale (Stephen Eltinge, Adam S. Fine, Isaac Kirk-Davidoff, Jacob Reed, Moses Kitakule)
  4. Columbia (Rafael Krichevsky, Charles Dees, Gerhardt Hinkle, Ben Zhang)

Division I Undergraduate

  1. Berkeley A (Aseem Keyal, Bruce Lou, Justin Nghiem, Eric Chen)
  2. Oklahoma
  3. Illinois

Division II Championship

Harvard B won the DII championship


  1. Itamar Naveh-Benjamin, Missouri
  2. Jacob Reed, Yale A
  3. Rafael Krichevsky, Columbia
  4. Caleb Kendrick, Oklahoma
  5. Aseem Keyal, Berkeley
  6. Kenji Shimizu, Michigan
  7. Chris Ray, Ohio State
  8. Charles Hang, WUSTL
  9. Jason Golfinos, Cambridge
  10. Jakob Myers, Michigan State


47 teams

External Links

ACF Tournaments

ACF Fall
ACF Regionals
ACF Nationals
ACF Winter (defunct)