University of Florida Club Quidditch won the collegiate division title.
Four collegiate teams participated in the tournament, which took place at the Feltrim Sports Village in Haines City, Florida on February 15-16, 2020. The teams participated in a double round robin format. After these games, any matchups that were split 1-1 played a third game to determine the winner of the matchup. The two bids to US Quidditch Cup 13, as well as the title of collegiate division champion, were based on the final rankings of teams, which took into account all games played that weekend.
The list of competing teams is available below in the order of their final ranking. University of Florida Club Quidditch won the collegiate division and Florida State Quidditch was the runner-up. Those in bold qualified for US Quidditch Cup 13. Information about qualifying for an at-large bid and signing-up for the open division can be found here.
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