Club Championships 2021

Club Championships 2021

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Club Championships 2021
  • 'Shine vs. Lawless | Mixed Pool Play

  • Wildfire vs. Riot | Women's Pool Play

    Perennial nationals attendee Seattle Riot turned over a lot of talent in the offseason. Their chemistry was a work in progress at early season tournaments, but they round into form at regionals to take the second bid out of the Northwest region. San Diego Wildfire also lost some top talent to oth...

  • Slow vs. shame. | Mixed Pool Play

    After matching up four times last season, pool play on Day One of the Club Championships will be the first meeting of the season between Boston Slow and Fort Collins shame. The Northeast club were 3-1 against the Coloradans in 2019, but shame. won the pool play clash in San Diego en route to thei...

  • PoNY vs. Chain Lightning | Men's Pool Play

  • Nightlock vs. Molly Brown | Women's Pool Play

  • Love Tractor vs. Lawless | Mixed Pool Play

    Not many expected to see Denver Love Tractor at the Club Championships after a disappointing regular season and facing a Southwest region with shame and Public Enemy. But this team peaked at the right time, sneaking past Public Enemy at regionals and entering nationals as the 14-seed. Arizona Law...

  • Temper vs. Rhino Slam! | Men's Pool Play

    Pittsburgh Temper and Portland Rhino Slam! have occupied similar places in the firmament of the men’s division over the past few years, each established as a consistent Nationals attendee and knocking on the door of the elite tier. Despite the similarities, the pair haven’t faced each other in mo...

  • Rival vs. Bent | Women's Pool Play

    While one of New York BENT or Columbus Rival have been at Nationals in seven of the last ten years, they’ve never been a part of the same field – until now. Both are back at Nationals after missing out in 2019 and each is seeking their first-ever quarterfinals appearance. Will either be able to b...

  • Hybrid vs. Drag'n Thrust | Mixed Pool Play

  • Johnny Bravo vs. Ring of Fire | Men's Pool Play

    Denver Johnny Bravo and Raleigh Ring of Fire currently own the two longest Nationals streaks in the men’s division. With more than 20 straight appearances each, the blueblood programs have enjoyed considerable success of late, with at least one of the two qualifying for the semifinals in seven of...

  • Sprocket vs. Mixtape | Mixed Pool Play

    It wasn’t that long ago that Seattle Mixtape were the upstart program taking the mixed division by storm in their first appearance at Nationals. After ascending to the stalwart status, Seattle now take on a similarly exciting and talent-packed first-year team from the other side of the country, B...

  • Parcha vs. Traffic | Women's Pool Play