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When Muggles fly

Razorback quidditch team takes sport seriously

Posted: April 17, 2014 at 5 a.m.

COURTESY PHOTO BEN HOLLAND PHOTOGRAPHY University of Arkansas Razorback quidditch plays against University of California at Los Angeles on April 6 during the International Quidditch Association World Cup VII in North Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Jim Curry is definitely a Hufflepuff.

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COURTESY Photo WILL MICHELS PHOTOGRAPHY Ethan McCormick, member of the University of Arkansas Razorback quidditch team, has t...

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Fast Facts

• University of Arkansas Razorback Quidditch is ranked 11th in the International Quidditch Association standings.

• Quidditch is a co-ed sport played by more than 300 teams around the world, and 80 teams played in the International Quidditch Association World Cup.

• The team reached the Sweet Sixteen in the IQA World Cup VII April 6 in North Myrtle Beach, S.C., beating Syracuse University Quidditch Club, Steel City Quidditch Club, Michigan State University Spartan Quidditch and Long Beach Funky Quaffles in pool play. The team bested University of California at Los Angeles in the round of 32 and lost to Texas A&M Quidditch in the Sweet Sixteen.

Source: IQAquidditch.com and IQAworldcup.com

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