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Tournament location

ACF Fall Northeast

College tournament on November 05, 2011

Host location: Yale University

Address: William L. Harkness Hall, 100 Wall Street, New Haven, Connecticut 06511

Question Set: 2011 ACF Fall

Field cap: 24 teams

I am pleased to announce that Yale University will be the Northeast site for ACF Fall 2011 to be held on Saturday, November 5th, 2011 in William L. Harkness Hall. Registration will begin at 8:30. We hope to start the tournament by 9:15.

This is a packet submission tournament; therefore, as per the ACF submission rules, any team with at least one person on it who played a regular, collegiate, academic quizbowl tournament prior to September 1, 2010 is required to submit a packet in order to participate in an ACF tournament in 2011-2012. This includes ACF Fall. As of last year, high school players are now included in this definition and are subject to the same discounts and penalties as college teams. Teams required to submit packets who do not submit one by the final deadline will be dropped from the tournament.

Rules and guidelines for packet writing/submission can be found in the general ACF Fall announcement thread: http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=12046

Submit packets to OctagonJoe@gmail.com and use "ACF Fall 2011: [Team Name]" in the subject line.

Entry information

Team entry fees per school

  • Base fee per team: $120


  • Buzzer discount: -$5 per working buzzer system
  • Distance discount: -$10 per 200 miles traveled one-way
  • Staffer discount: -$10

Packet submission schedule

  • Submit by 09/11/2011: -$50
  • Submit by 09/25/2011: -$25
  • Submit by 10/09/2011: $0
  • Submit by 10/16/2011: $25
  • Submit by 10/23/2011: $50

Additional entry information

To register, please e-mail John Lawrence at (john.lawrence@yale.edu), letting him know how many teams you are planning on bringing and what discounts you think you are eligible for, or post in this thread, making clear that you are registering. Writing something like "we're interested in attending" will be interpreted as exactly that: an expression of interest, and not explicit registration.

This entry is owned by Ashvin Srivatsa.