A report on the Sept. 24 Florida Quidditch Conference games by FQC PR Director Bridget Siegel. For more results and upcoming games from the FQC, check out their website: http://floridaquidditch.com/
University of South Florida – 90 (snitch catch)
University of Florida – 60
UF was consistantly up by 20 for the whole game; it came down to the snitch catch. It was an epic battle for the snitch, and USF beat UF to the grab. We had some pretty great plays on the field, and the snitch cam running the whole time that Brian was out there. A lot of injuries. The chasers on both teams were playing their hardest game. You could tell both sides wanted to win, but in the end, USF wanted it more.
Ringling College – 40 (snitch catch)
University of Florida – 140
One player had his eye split open and had to go get stitches, however, he felt fine. Everyone played their A game, and while the injuries were intense, the game was even more crazy; Ringling was ready to get out there and play! A lot of really good defense. Although Ringling was mostly new faces, they were all excited, and played a great game! With more experience, they could be a team to beat. UF’s chasers were just too good though. No one could stop them!
University of South Florida – 150 (snitch catch)
Ringling College – 10
It seems like it was just too easy for USF to win this one, but they still put their hearts out on that field. USF has been saving all its energy for this season it seems, because they were playing their best on Saturday. Their chasers plowed through the field, and their beaters never gave up a bludger. Ringling tried to push through them, but USF was a force to be reckoned with.
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