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2020 West Regional Championship Recap

University of California Los Angeles won the collegiate division title and Cal Quidditch was the runner-up.

Collegiate Division

10 collegiate teams competed at the tournament, which took place at Robertson Park in Livermore, California on February 22-23, 2020. The teams participated in a single round robin format. The four 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 are available below in the order of their final ranking. University of California Los Angeles won the collegiate division and Cal 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. The deadline for college teams to sign-up for at-large and the open division is this Friday, February 28. College and club teams going for at-large bids must get in their games by Sunday, March 1 in order for them to count towards their requirements and standings.

  1. University of California Los Angeles
  2. Cal Quidditch
  3. Anteater Quidditch
  4. Arizona State University
  5. Utah State Quidditch Club
  6. University of Utah Quidditch
  7. Northern Arizona University Narwhals
  8. San Jose State University Spartan Quidditch
  9. University of Arizona Quidditch
  10. Western Washington Wyverns

Club Division

Three club teams competed at a USQ-hosted circuit event on Saturday, February 22 and each received 2 points per game. To learn more about circuit events, click here. The teams participated in a double round robin format. Here is the list of competing teams in the order of their final ranking.

  1. Bay Area Breakers
  2. Silicon Valley Vipers
  3. California Dobbys


Online, scores are shared on Twitter and in the schedule spreadsheet. Scores will be uploaded to the USQ website here and reflected in the standings later this week. Collegiate scores will be posted here, and club scores will be posted here

Game Film

Fans and parents can re-watch the coverage from USQ and Face Beat It for livestreamed games. They are available on YouTube for USQ and Facebook for FBI now. 


We still have event t-shirts and trading cards available to purchase from this event. They will be up on our DFTBA store soon.

US Quidditch Cup and beyond

This event marked the end of the regional championship season. Our next event is our national championship, US Quidditch Cup 13, which is being held April 18-19 in Charleston, West Virginia. Get more information on the event website here. Tickets are on sale now through Eventbrite. If you want to volunteer, fill out the interest form on Rosterfy

Regional championships for the 2020-21 season start at the end of October. The full list of locations and dates, which were originally announced last June, is available here


Do you have any feedback about the event? Please fill out our event survey here!

Additionally, officials evaluations may be submitted by coaches, players, referees, snitch runners, spectators, or event staff. Please use this form to submit a review for any referee (including head referees, assistant referees, or snitch referees). Please use this form to submit a review for a snitch runner. The gameplay schedule has special tabs with helpful links that autofill in information needed to submit a referee or snitch evaluation.

Again, we wish to thank all involved teams, and would like to congratulate all teams from the West who earned a bid to US Quidditch Cup 13, in addition to all who participated in the tournament. We would also like to thank all of our volunteers, officials, snitch runners, and spectators for being part of this event. Lastly, we wish to thank Visit Tri-Valley and the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District for their support. 

Individuals who wish to share additional feedback, or on anything else related to the tournament, may reach staff at