“Harry was speeding toward the ground when the crowd saw him clap his hand to his mouth as though he was going to be sick- he hit the field on all fours-coughed-and something gold fell into his hand.
‘I’ve got the snitch!’ he shouted, waving it above his head, and the game ended in complete all.”
Bryant made it clear that quidditch is not simply a hobby, but a sport, “The whole team is really psyched about playing it all of the time. So, none of us really take it lightly,” Bryant said. “We get annoyed when people don’t consider it to be the sport we see it weekend.”
The World Cup was this previous weekend, Nov. 12-13. For scores and analysis of the games refer to the International Quidditch Association’s website.
As a hundred teams flock from all over the country, full of team spirit and school pride, it can be asked why UTSA isn’t making its own mark on the tournament. In a growing school with a new football team, the only thing left to conquer is quidditch.