Regional ChampionshipsGreat Lakes

Ball State Cardinals and Ohio Glory win Great Lakes Regional Championship

Ball State Cardinals won the collegiate division and Ohio Glory won the community division at the 2017 Great Lakes Regional Championship in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

13 teams participated in the regional championship, which took place at River Oaks County Park in Kalamazoo County, Michigan on October 28-29, 2017. The final standings are listed below. Teams in bold have qualified for US Quidditch Cup 11. At this tournament, five bids went to the collegiate division and one bid went to the community division. 88 teams will be attending the national championship in Round Rock, Texas over April 14 and 15, 2018. Information about qualifying for an at-large bid is available here.

Collegiate Division

  1. Ball State Cardinals
  2. Miami University (OH) Quidditch
  3. Central Michigan Quidditch Club
  4. Michigan Quidditch Team
  5. Bowling Green State University
  6. Grand Valley Quidditch
  7. Michigan State Quidditch
  8. Ohio State Quidditch
  9. Wooster Scottish Nationals
  10. Indiana University Quidditch Club

Community Division

  1. Ohio Glory
  2. Lake Erie Elite
  3. Hoosier Daddies 


The complete record of scores from both days of the tournament can be found here, and is embedded immediately below.


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US Quidditch wishes to congratulate Ball State Cardinals and Ohio Glory, along with all qualifying and competing teams who raised funds, traveled to the event, and played tough and exciting games. USQ is especially grateful to its volunteers, referees, snitch runners, and staff who helped plan and run the event.

Special thanks to Discover Kalamazoo for their support of Great Lakes Regional Championship.