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By Griffin Conlogue In a mostly uneventful matchup between two undefeated teams, the University of Texas at Austin found itself easily victorious over the Tufts University Tufflepuffs. The game concluded after a very quick catch by Texas seeker Will King, ending the game with a 90*-20 victory for the Longhorns. ...READ MORE
By Eric Wasser One of the most heated rivalries in quidditch didn’t fail to disappoint the packed stands at Field Two tonight, as the Lost Boys got revenge for their defeat in the West Regional Championship final, topping the Los Angeles Gambits 140*-120. The two teams showed themselves to be ...READ MORE
By Luke Changet Q.C. Boston: The Massacre (QCB) jumped out to an early lead in what was a back-and-forth game before pulling away to win 140*-70 over Kansas Quidditch. QCB opened up scoring with two quick goals from Brian Zanghi, and this lead was supplemented by Wesley Weiss. It took ...READ MORE
By Jack McGovern In a lengthy blowout, Michigan Quidditch defeated Midwest foe the Ball State Cardinals 290*-80. After losing on a snitch catch to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Round Three, Michigan clearly bounced back, reasserting itself with a dominant victory. At brooms up, Michigan set ...READ MORE
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) moved to 4-0 with an 180*-40 rout of Michigan State University on Field One. Both teams entered the match at 3-0, with the winner locking up a spot in bracket play. While the two teams may have been near equal when ...READ MORE