Texas Cavalry defeated Texas State University - San Marcos on Sunday, April 9 to take home its first national championship title in Kissimmee, Florida.
Texas Cavalry went undefeated on day one of US Quidditch Cup 10. It was the second seed coming out of pool play, and beat Mizzou Quidditch in the semifinals, 120*-50. Texas Cavalry ultimately defeated the number four ranked team Texas State University - San Marcos 80*-60 in a game that lasted 30 minutes and 30 seconds.
The snitch for the championship match was Gabe Garcez, who was also presented with the “Most Fly Snitch Award” at the closing ceremonies. Head referee was USQ 2016-17 Referee of the Year Alex Amodol.
Sixty teams participated in the national championship, which took place at Austin-Tindall Regional Park in Kissimmee, Florida on April 8-9, 2017. The full score sheet and rankings from day one can be found here. The full score sheet for day two can be found here. To view photos taken at the event, click here. Video footage from the livestream on fields 1 and 2 will be available to view later this month.
The receipient of the team awards were:
Best Uniform: BosNYan Bearsharks
Best Chant: Gulf Coast Gumbeaux
Xander Manshel Sportsmanship Award: Lone Star Quidditch Club
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US Quidditch wishes to congratulate Texas Cavalry and all qualifying and competing teams who raised funds, traveled to the event, and played tough and exciting games. USQ is especially grateful to its staff, volunteers, referees, and snitches who helped plan and put on the event. Their contributions help to make the event possible. Special thanks to the Experience Kissimmee for their support of US Quidditch Cup 10.comments powered by Disqus