#MyQuidCupJourney in Columbia, South Carolina

#MyQuidCupJourney in Columbia, South Carolina

By Eric Andres, Guest Writer So far, US Quidditch Cup 9 hasn’t disappointed with the level of talent, intensity and spirit throughout Saturday’s gameplay. Preparation for the sport’s highest level of competition may seem straightforward every year, but each team’s...
#MyQuidCupJourney – the Volunteer

#MyQuidCupJourney – the Volunteer

Featured here is Isabella Gong, photographer and player since fall 2012. She’s played with Penn Quidditch and the Philadelphia Honey Badgers. She was a beater her first year and now plays as a chaser. Quidditch made her the athlete she is today. At US Quidditch Cup 9...
#MyQuidCupJourney – the Referee

#MyQuidCupJourney – the Referee

Featured here is Alex Amodol, referee and player since fall 2012. He’s played chaser and beater with the Philadelphia Honey Badgers, the Warriors and the Rogues, as well as rocked the black and white ref stripes. At US Quidditch Cup 9 (USQC9), he’ll be busy head...
#MyQuidCupJourney – the Chaser

#MyQuidCupJourney – the Chaser

#MyQuidCupJourney gives a firsthand account of what it takes to compete at the highest level. Part of our national championship since World Cup VII in 2014, it showcases the best in the sport. Featured here is Lee Hodge, third-year chaser for University of North...