Summer of Kleist

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The Summer of Kleist Memorial Tournament was held at Michigan on September 23, 2000. The tournament was written by Paul Litvak, Ben Heller, and other Young Turks of the Michigan academic team.

After Michigan A and "The Legend of the Drunken Masters" (a team consisting of Andrew Yaphe, John Nam, John Edwards, and Chris Zimpleman) tied, they played a one-game final which also ended in a tie. Michigan won the tournament after winning a best-two-out-of-three tossup tie-breaker.

Andrew Yaphe led the tournament in scoring at 80 ppg. The winning Michigan A team was led in scoring by Ezequiel Berdichevsky, who also finished second overall in scoring at 56.88 ppg.