Concussions and Quidditch

By Sarah McGowan MLQ’s first reported concussion occurred during this season’s opening series. I hear the person is fine, but any concussion should be taken seriously. As defined by the 4th International Conference on Concussion in Sport, a concussion “may be caused either by a direct blow to the head, face, neck or elsewhere on […]

IND vs DET Game Three Recap

BY ALEJO ENRIQUEZ As the sun sank deep below the horizon of Culver, Indiana, the fourth and final game of the inaugural series of Major League Quidditch finally ended (the first game being discounted due to roster issues) and a number of the more banal sports cliches that often come to mind seemed hollow and […]

Tracking Our Beaters

BY JOSHUA MANSFIELD June 13 brought us the first series of Major League Quidditch, and with it an early glimpse of the potential that such an organized level of gameplay can bring. Though not perfect, we had full film of each game played by the following Tuesday, a trend that should continue, if not improve throughout the […]

Fantasy Tournament Survival 101

A tournament is a tournament no matter how small. While fantasy tournaments are more fun and laid back compared to tournaments during the competitive season, it’s still important to prep yourself for the wear and tear of a full day of quidditch. Here are some of my tips and tricks to survive fantasy tournaments this […]