Regional ChampionshipsWestUSQ Update

Cal Quidditch and the Lost Boys win West Regional Championship

Cal Quidditch won the collegiate division title and the Lost Boys won the community division title at the West Regional Championship in Dublin, California.

21 teams participated in the regional championship, which took place at Fallon Sports Park in Dublin, California on March 3-4, 2018. The list of competing teams is available below. Those in bold qualified for US Quidditch Cup 11. At this tournament, five bids went to the collegiate division and three bids 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

Anteater Quidditch
Arizona State University
Cal Quidditch
Northern Arizona University Narwhals
San José State University Spartan Quidditch
Stanford Quidditch
Sun Devil Quidditch
University of Arizona Quidditch
University of California Los Angeles
Utah Raptors Quidditch
Utah State Quidditch Club
Wizards of Westwood

Community Division

Arizona Jackalopes
California Dobbys
Crimson Elite
Los Angeles Gambits
Silicon Valley Skrewts
Silicon Valley Vipers
The Fighting Farmers of America
The Long Beach Funky Quaffles
The Lost Boys


Scores for the entire tournament are available here. Additional information is available in the Schedule and Scores spreadsheet here.


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US Quidditch wishes to congratulate Cal Quidditch and the Lost Boys, 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 Visit Tri-Valley for their support of the West Regional Championship.