Finally getting back on the pitch again this weekend. 132 days between competitive quidditch is just far too long. Remind me not to do this to myself next year.
SW Complains About 56 Degree Weather During Regionals
Last weekend, the Southwest was up in arms about their frigid temperature conditions in Oklahoma. Reports say that the weather got as low as 56 degrees during their Regional competition, bone chilling for most people in the SW.
"God, it’s just so cold." The chorus of well-respected players echoed, "How are we supposed to do anything right now?"
Wait, you’re telling me this ISN’T a parody article?
Well…then this is awkward.
I never thought I would actually have to defend this, but just in case you didn’t know:
I bleed scarlet and gray.
44. Keri Callegari, Lone Star, Chaser
On a team filled with high profile players, it is sometimes easy to forget the greatness of Keri Callegari. A major contributor for A&M in years past, Callegari has joined forces with Sarah Holub and former aggie Nichole Galle to make up one of the…
Bell may have just hijacked the draft. Abayan is a probable-first, definite-second round talent- going in the sixth round. Bell can basically load up on quaffle players from here out, grab a decent seeker (I think he can afford a sole-role seeker like Marsh now) and as long as Abayan shows that he is back to his old ways, this might be over before any starting lineups are settled.
I would just like to bring this picture back to the surface.
Accurate representation of Quidditch. Super intense ‘Brooms Up!’ moment.. and then there’s Kaitlin seeking at the start, laying on the ground like nothings happening.
I am forever in love with this picture.
Very rarely do I get into the “forever reblog” phase.
But come on.
Photo Credit to Jerry Wang
33. Peter Reynebeau, Arkansas, Chaser
I have had the opportunity to play with Peter and number of years now and though I knew he’d fall due to being moderately unknown, I answer my point defender/ball handler crisis with him. He is the definition of competitive…
Riding that #teamdallas train as hard as I possibly can
so that she’ll like me and draft me as Tony’s backup
There’s some incredibly sad news coming out of Philadelphia today as rumors say that beloved Qudditch analyst, Jack the Phan, has moved on from the community.
Two years ago, Jack burst onto the scene as a spunky middle-schooler writing about the sport that he had fallen in love with. This…