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65. Amanda Nagy, Lost Boys, Beater/Chaser
Amanda Nagy, better known as Turtles in the quidditch community, is a FANTASTIC player. She transitioned to beater this year and has been a standout player, perhaps slightly overlooked due to the amount of talent on her team…but getting to train and…
Keeper Tyler and Chaser Brandon sprint up the field in a match at the SW Regional.
61. Bernardo “Bernie” Berges, University of Miami, Chaser
Be ready to know the name Bernie Berges by the time World Cup VII is said and done. Although only in his first year, Berges has already proven himself an invaluable member of a UMiami team hungry for redemption. Fast, physical, and…
Our beaters are starting to get some well-deserved recognition this semester! Way to go Sean and Rachel!
Silver Phoenix will be going to World Cup!
Look at those happy, smiling faces! I’m really proud of you guys.
A few photos of the team celebrating their finals win of Lone Star Quidditch in the finals of the Southwest Regional tournament!
Photos by Sandi Lee Craig and Brandi Cannon
In close match against the University of Houston, the Silver Phoenixes caught the snitch to get a victory and a coveted ticket to World Cup VII
The Aggies will be sending two teams to World Cup for the third year in a row!
The Aggies are headed to Quidditch World Cup VII and are Southwest Regional Champions!
Texas A&M Quidditch and Silver Phoenix are vying for bids to this year’s World Cup tournament in North Myrtle Beach, SC. Most of the team’s traveling comes straight out of the pockets of our players and these trips get very expensive as the year progresses.
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41. Scott Axel, Penn State University, Beater
Kevin Oelze would have you believe that in the majority of matches, the lesser team wins. That is simply not the case. A team that is bigger, stronger, faster, and better looking will win 9 out of 10 times. However, as a member of the Silicon…