April 5-6, 2014
North Myrtle Beach, SC

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World Cup VII is over, but we want to hear your feedback! Let us know your thoughts about the tournament by filling out our feedback form. Players, spectators, and volunteers are all encouraged to respond: World Cup VII Feedback Form Should the afterparty run longer? Did you feel supported by ...READ MORE

World Cup VII Recap

By Andy Marmer, The University of Texas (UT) successfully defended its World Cup VI crown, taking home the World Cup VII title with a 130*-70 win over Texas State University in the finals. The champions were not amongst the immediate favorites entering the tournament, with many pundits ranking them amongst the top ...READ MORE

Texas Two Step: University of Texas Repeats As World Cup Champions

By Jack thePhan, Capturing its second consecutive World Cup championship, the University of Texas (UT) defeated Texas State University by a score of 130*-70 in the finals of World Cup VII. Margo Aleman, one of the many newcomers to Texas Quidditch, caught the snitch to complete UT’s title defense. The ...READ MORE

Reyes Leads Texas State Past Emerson

Photo by Megan Atikinson By Jack thePhan, In the second semifinal between two surprise semifinalists, No. 15 seeded Texas State University pulled away from No. 6 seeded Emerson College to win 170*-80. Texas State’s Eric Reyes scored four goals and caught the snitch, adding to his terrific Team USA resume. ...READ MORE

Undefeated No More: Defending Champions Knock Off Texas A&M

Photo by Megan Atkinson By Jack thePhan, Giving No. 5 seeded Texas A&M University its first loss of the season, the No. 1 seed University of Texas (UT) advanced to its second consecutive World Cup final, winning 110*-50. The contest began with UT and Texas A&M trading goals, with the ...READ MORE