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By Daniel Shapiro The Tufts University Tufflepuffs defeated Bowling Green State University (BGSU) 120*-60 with Greg Bento grabbing the snitch. Both teams entered at 3-1, so a guaranteed bracket spot was on the line. The stands were roaring for both teams, and star Bowling Green chaser Daniel Daugherty almost put ...READ MORE
By Eric Wasser Texas State University – San Marcos remained unbeaten at World Cup 8 with a 150-110* victory over the University of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) While UNC kept the game in range surprisingly long, ultimately its notoriously physical play style was not enough for ...READ MORE
By Griffin Conlogue In a matchup lasting nearly 30 minutes, the University of Maryland Terrapins pulled out a victory over Emerson College Quidditch with a final score of 160*-90 with a Harry Greenhouse snitch catch securing the victory. The game started with a pair of early minor injuries to Emerson ...READ MORE
By Tyler Walker University of Minnesota defeated the Silicon Valley Skrewts 90*-30 to secure a spot in the Round of 24 on a snitch catch by Max Meier. Minnesota secured bludger control during brooms up after both teams started with a double-male beater lineup. This led to the first goal ...READ MORE
By Colin Richards Minnesota Quidditch held firm for a while, but in the end Lone Star Quidditch Club’s (LSQC) firepower was too much for the Gophers as LSQC advanced to the Round of 16 with a 100*-30 win. Minnesota started the game strong, but once Lone Star regained bludger control ...READ MORE