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ACF has recently codified its policy on cheating: A player who has been shown to have cheated at an ACF event, or has been credibly proven to have cheated at any other organized academic competition, will be banned indefinitely from … Continue reading
ACF is pleased to announce that Matt Weiner has won the 2013 Dr. N. Gordon Carper Lifetime Achievement Award. Matt has been an editor of ACF since 2005; he edited ACF Fall in 2005 and 2006, ACF Regionals in 2008 … Continue reading
As of February 11, 2013, ACF has voted to exclude high school players from consideration for D2 titles at any ACF tournaments.
A list of suggested formats for ACF Tournaments can be found here.
The official announcement for ACF Regionals 2013 can be found here.
This is just to announce that ACF has changed the definition of Division II. The new definition of Division II follows: C12. For collegiate tournaments that recognize high-finishing teams and/or individuals of “Division II” status, a “Division II” player is: … Continue reading
ACF Nationals happened last weekend. Yale A (John Lawrence, Matt Jackson, Kevin Koai, and Ashvin Srivatsa) held off Virginia A (Matt Bollinger, Evan Adams, Tommy Casalaspi, and Dan Hothem) in the hotly contested first leg of an advantaged final. Yale … Continue reading
ACF is gearing up for Regionals this weekend. We hope to see lots of teams at every site! Please visit the global announcement for a clearinghouse of Regionals information.
In September, Jonathan Magin announced ACF’s new writer feedback program: On behalf of ACF, I’m very pleased to announce our writer feedback program, which is designed to help quizbowlers of every level improve their writing. How it works: send up … Continue reading