Congratulations to Jeffery Lusk who was elected for another year with 80% of the team votes as of 7/23/2013.
In a message to the public:
I'm going to keep this short, but thank you to all the teams who voted
for me. If you voted for me or not, My inbox is open. PLEASE come to me
if you have ideas, concerns, or anything else. I think this year is
going to shape up really well. If you need help planning a tournament in
the fall let me know, and I'll see how I can help. Or if you want me at
your fall kickoff, I'll see if it can be done. Thanks again!"
Under his leadership CQC is preparing to enter into the 2013-2014 regular season with a series of new programs aimed at dramatically improving what was arguably the most successful Quidditch organization outside of the IQA itself.
As the summer comes to an end do not forget to check back in with your teams and get ready for another year full of Quidditch.
Well this is it folks, the last week of scheduled play before the much needed winter break. Granted we still have a few more weeks of misery to go though with classes and exams before we get to experience what this mythical "free time" actually is; and all without Quidditch to help us through :'(.
1st, slight mistake on my part. The games at ETSU were scheduled for the 17th not the 10th.
Lets see who is playing this week; 2 teams are coming out for their first game (ETSU and APP) to play, #6 UNCG and #7 Winthrop will add another three games to their roster coming to 5 and 6 GP respectively, #10 NCSU is coming out for their second game, and my personal favorite #5 UNC, currently one of two teams who have started their seasons and remain undefeated BTW, has their second game of the seasons.
This is one packed weekend, and will for sure lead to a lot of changes in the rankings.
- UNCG, App, and Winthrop @ ETSU (o_O, 3.5 hours drive UNCG and Winthrop; more power to you and glad it is not me. Not that I would not gladly make the drive to play Quidditch).
- UNC @ NCSU
Check back in next Wednesday on the 2012- 2013 Season page for articles on both sets of games (The article at ETSU will either be really long or I will make an article for every game played. This depends on the amount of feedback and commentary I receive).
Changes to the Site:
- Edited Schedule and Standings
- Added a NC and SC division standings
Well, people have been busy since the last post. First and for most congratulations to our 3 teams at the MARC, especially QC Carolinas! The Carolinas are going to show Florida and the national
what we are about, this April.Heading into the last two weeks of scheduled play before the winter break CCU leads the league with USC coming in a close second. 5 teams are set to play this weekend (Saturday) at two different locations: UNCG and App @ ETSU; and Furman @ UNCW. These should prove to be an interesting series of matches.
- 2 team play their first game for this season (App and ETSU).- Furman
@ UNCW are both looking for their first conference win of the season, and to get some
momentum going into the winter break.
- UNCG, coming off their win against UNCW, and has the chance to propel
themselves to the top of the rankings should they pull off two clear
victories on Saturday.
Come out and support the teams! And for those of you who can not make it, check back in Wednesday on the 2012-2013 Season page for articles on the matches.Site updates- Created 2012-2013, History, About us, and a second Standings page- Re arranged the sites' pages (the Google document with the standings is the page under Standings).- Removed regular season stats page (as it was not feasible this year). - Updated the Schedule, and some text.
Our inaugural season has finally arrived. Two events have already happened at Greensboro, NC and Conway, SC. Tons of games are still to come, so stay tuned. Check out www.facebook.com/carolinasquidditchconference
for constant updates. The next event will be September 29th, at Duke university in Durham, NC.
- Changed parts of the schedule; Listed a few game dates.
- Added Standings page, and created viewable google document.
Regular Season kicks off with UNC @ UNCG September 15th on the fields located next to the baseball stadium. Invite everyone you know in the triad, and anyone willing to make the drive from further out.
In other news, August 25th, was the last preseason event before regular season. WIlmington, NC, hosted a beach quidditch event entitled 'Whomping Wilmington". The blue team won the event against green *90-60 in OT.
Many games played are unaccounted for. This is just a list of the games I currently know:
UNCG @ Duke - November 5th
-UNCG vs* Duke = Duke Win (score lost; at least 50 point lead)
-UNCG *280-110 ETSU = UNCG Win
-UNCG *40-10 APP + UNCG Win
-APP *vs ETSU = APP Win (score lost; at least 50 point lead)
chapin @ USC? (unsure on host)
-Chapin 0-40* USC = USC Win
-Chapin *100-0 USC = Chapin WIn
-Chapin *70-0 USC = Chapin Win
UNC @ UNCG - January 28th
-UNC 170-140* UNCG = UNC Win
-UNC *70-40 UNCG = UNC Win
UNCG @ APP - February 11th
-UNCG 0-30* APP = APP Win
-UNCG *40-30 APP = UNCG Win
Raleigh Charter @ Enloe - February 19th
-RCHSvsEnloe = Enloe Win (unsure on match specifics)
USC @ Chapin - February 25th
-Chapin *60-0 USC = Chapin Win
-Chapin 50-40* USC = Chapin WIn
Duke@ UNCG - February 25th
-Duke*180-130 UNCG = Duke Win
(waiting on VT tourney scores for APP. Let me know of any scores left out from nc/sc teams)
* = Snitch catch (worth 30 points)
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