Texas Quidditch won the collegiate division title and Texas Hill Country Heat won the community division title at the USQ 2019 Southwest Regional Championship this weekend in Arlington, TX. Texas State University - San Marcos is the collegiate division runner-up, and Texas Cavalry is the community division runner-up.
20 teams participated in the regional championship, which took place at Harold Patterson Sports Complex in Arlington, TX on February 23-24, 2019. The lists of competing teams are available below. Those in bold qualified for US Quidditch Cup 12. At this tournament, eight 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 13 and 14, 2019. Information about qualifying for an at-large bid is available here.
1. Texas Quidditch
2. Texas State University-San Marcos
T-3. SHSU Quidditch
T-3. UTSA Club Quidditch
T-5. Texas A&M Quidditch
T-5. Baylor University
T-7. Austin Quidditch
T-7. Texas Tech Quidditch Club
T-9. The Silver Phoenix
T-9. Bobcat Quidditch
T-11. Louisiana State University
T-11. Tulane University Club Quidditch
13. DeathRow Quidditch Team
14. Oklahoma State University
1. Texas Hill Country Heat
2. Texas Cavalry
3. Lone Star Quidditch Club
4. Carnage Quidditch
5. Houston Cosmos Quidditch Club
6. Quidditch Club Dallas
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US Quidditch wishes to congratulate Texas Quidditch and Texas Hill Country Heat, along with all qualifying and competing teams who raised funds, traveled to the event, and played tough and exciting games. We would like to especially thank all of the attendees for accommodating the necessary schedule changes. USQ is also grateful to the volunteers, referees, snitch runners, and staff who helped plan and run the event.
Special thanks to Arlington Sports Commission for their support of the 2019 Southwest Regional Championship.