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2017 ACF Fall @ UW (Nov. 4)

Posted: Mon Aug 28, 2017 9:26 pm
by jeff.gdv
Hello everyone!

The University of Washington Quizbowl team is happy to announce that we will be hosting a mirror of ACF Fall, an introductory collegiate quizbowl tournament, on November 4th, 2017 (global announcement here). We will be meeting in Savery Hall; we plan on starting at 9 AM PST, and will contact teams with more information as the event gets closer.

Registration
Please fill out ACF's Registration Form and select "Pacific Northwest - University of Washington" if you plan on sending a team to this site.

Fees:
Base fee: $135
Buzzer: -$5/functional system
Staffers: -$10/staffer
Shorthanded fee (teams of 1 or 2 players): $60
"New to Quizbowl" discount: $100

Packet submission:
Any team with at least two people on it who played a regular, collegiate, academic quizbowl tournament prior to September 1, 2016 is required to submit a half-packet, unless it is a high school team attending a high school-only mirror. If you have any questions about your team's submission status, you can email ACF at fall17acf@gmail.com.

The submission schedule is:
September 9: -$30
September 23: -$15 (-$30 if optional)
October 7: no penalty (-$15 if optional)
October 14: +$25
October 21: +$50

Further penalty for packets later than October 21.

Payment:
Payment will be handled through ACF. Treasurer Gautam Kandlikar will get in touch with you about fees; if you have any questions about payment, you may contact him at gautam.acf@gmail.com.

You may also email me at jeff.gdv@gmail.com if you have any questions about this mirror.

Re: 2017 ACF Fall @ UW (Nov. 4)

Posted: Fri Sep 15, 2017 12:37 pm
by tiwonge
Will you be offering a travel discount?

Re: 2017 ACF Fall @ UW (Nov. 4)

Posted: Fri Oct 06, 2017 8:25 pm
by tiwonge
BSU will most likely be bringing 2 teams.

Re: 2017 ACF Fall @ UW (Nov. 4)

Posted: Sun Nov 05, 2017 3:24 am
by jeff.gdv
UW A squeaked out an impressive win in the final! Full results here. Thank you to everyone who came! It was the largest field UW has had in a while.