2019 ACF Nationals

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The 2019 ACF Nationals was held between April 14 and 15 at Penn. The set was edited by Auroni Gupta, Jordan Brownstein, Matt Bollinger, JinAh Kim, Alex Damisch, Ike Jose, Andrew Hart, Andrew Wang, Athena Kern, Aaron Rosenberg, and Jason Cheng, with Gupta head-editing.

Columbia beat Chicago A in a one-game final, which featured a freshly-unretired Kevin Koai beating his former teammate John Lawrence to the music tossup. Berkeley A defeated Michigan State to take the undergraduate title. Jakob Myers led the tournament in scoring.

2019 ACF Nationals
Champion Columbia
Runner-up Chicago A
Third Minnesota A
Fourth Maryland A
High scorer Jakob Myers, Michigan State
Editor/s Auroni Gupta, Jordan Brownstein, Matt Bollinger, JinAh Kim, Alex Damisch, Ike Jose, Andrew Hart, Andrew Wang, Athena Kern, Aaron Rosenberg, and Jason Cheng
Site Penn
Field 48 teams
Stats Stats

Results

Division I Championship

  1. Columbia (Charlie Dees, Kevin Koai, Rafael Krichevsky, Ben Zhang)
  2. Chicago A (Alston Boyd, John Lawrence, Matthew Lehmann, Kai Smith)
  3. Minnesota A (Sam Bailey, Evan Brown, Geoffrey Chen, Shan Kothari)
  4. Maryland A (Weijia Cheng, Justin Hawkins, Caleb Kendrick, Graham Reid)

Division I Undergraduate

  1. Berkeley A (Eric Chen, Rohin Devanathan, Rahul Keyal, James Malouf)
  2. Michigan State (Erik Bubolz, Harris Bunker, Jakob Myers, Evan Suttell)
  3. Illinois A (Mike Etzkorn, Bradley McLain, Mitch McCullar, Cole Timmerwilke)

Division II Championship

Harvard B defeated Minnesota B 170-155 in the first game of an advantaged final to win Division II.

All-Stars

  1. Jakob Myers, Michigan State
  2. Chris Ray, Ohio State
  3. Charles Hang, WUSTL
  4. Derek So, McGill
  5. Natan Holtzman, Stanford
  6. Caleb Kendrick, Maryland
  7. Eric Xu, Virginia
  8. Justin French, UCLA
  9. Rafael Krichevsky, Columbia
  10. John Lawrence, Chicago

Field

48 teams

External Links

ACF Tournaments

ACF Fall
ACF Regionals
ACF Nationals
ACF Winter (defunct)