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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
By Devin Sandon Coming off of a rough performance in preliminary play, the No. 20 seeded New York University Nundu (NYU) proved once again that it can perform when it matters, beating the No. 13 seed University of Arkansas Quidditch Club 150*-40. It was very much a game of runs, ...READ MORE
By Mitchell Hatfield The Santa Barbara Blacktips moved one step closer to a championship, taking out Crimson Elite 110*-60 to reach the Sweet 16. West Coast matchups are never fun, as stated by many fans watching the Crimson Elite- Santa Barbara Blacktips game. Fortunately, this game was a brilliant showing ...READ MORE
By Jack McGovern In an intense Sunday morning matchup, the Warriors triumphed over Capital Madness Quidditch Club 140*-50, with Warriors seeker Andrew Zagelbaum securing the snitch catch. Both teams formed over the summer from the ashes of the NYDC Capitalists, a community team that disbanded after a highly disappointing performance ...READ MORE