Boston Wild Card and New York XIST have each represented the northeast at the Club Championships in recent years. With evolving rosters and a changing mixed landscape, will either of them be good enough to qualify out of a busy mixed region this year?
Boston Reboot Squad and Chapel Hill Ripe cruised through pool play on Friday before both facing stiffer competition in the Masters Championships quarterfinal. Which roster stacked with current elite club division talent will make it to the championship game?
Reboot Squad vs. Aged Cheddar | Women's Masters Pool Play
Boston Reboot Squad brings much of Brute Squad's current roster plus Raha Mozaffari together in a power team with aspirations to sweep through the Masters division. But Madison Aged Cheddar is no slouch, having advanced to quarterfinals in 2019, showcasing stars like Robyn Fennig and Kayla Emrick.
New York Blueprint and Needham Deathsquad are both second tier teams in their respective metro areas that seek to steal a bid at the end of the year. Who will kick off their 2021 campaign with a win in the Boston Invite quarterfinal and get a shot at one of the elite programs at the event?
Molly Blue vs. Stretch Mark | Women's Grand Masters Pool Play
Both 1-seeded Denver Molly Blue and 2-seeded Minneapolis Stretch Mark are first time attendees at Masters Championships, but you can be sure they're excited to participate in a women's Grand Masters division that's only been around for a few years.
Fort Collins shame. was one possession away from making the 2019 Club Championships final. They hope to kick off their 2021 title pursuit in winning fashion in the Pro-Elite Championship final, as they meet a brand new Arizona Mixed 1 team with championship ambitions of their own.
Johnny Walker vs. Eldors | Men's Grand Masters Semifinal
SoCal Eldors and Denver Johnny Walker are well acquainted, having played each other regularly starting with their men's club affiliates Condors and Johnny Bravo. Who will revisit the glory years and earn themselves a berth in the Masters Championship final?
2016 club champion Boston Slow underwent a rebrand this offseason but returned many of the same faces as prior years. Boston Sprocket emerged as a new force out of the New England scene with some notable former Slow players on their side.
Boston Dig, the top elite men's team in the area following the sinking of Ironside, looks to bring the club title back to New England largely relying on a rising crop of young talent. Amherst, Massachusetts, one of leading producers of that talent, and home to nationals-hopeful Sprout, seeks to u...
Nicky Spiva and Linda Morse lead Philadelphia AMP in their title defense as they face a Boston Slow team missing many key players to Masters Nationals. Will AMP get a tournament win in their quest for a three-peat?
New York PoNY is back at it with a stacked roster, albeit missing some big names from their 2019 semifinalist squad. Denver Johnny Bravo has a young, athletic squad and is hungry to get back to the nationals bracket. Who will start off their season with a win?