Club Regionals 2021

Club Regionals 2021

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Club Regionals 2021
  • 'Shine vs. Toro | Mixed Final

    Durham Toro kicked off their 2021 season taking down the $7500 prize at Richmond Cup. Now they need one more win to punch their ticket to nationals. In their way is Nashville 'Shine, a first-year team with Jesse Shofner as their headline talent.

  • Cocktails vs. Hybrid | Mixed Final

    The sole bid for the Great Lakes Regional mixed division is on the line and it's a rematch of the 2019 final! Columbus Cocktails took the bid two years ago with a 13-8 victory over Ann Arbor Hybrid. Can the Michigan squad enact revenge, or will it be back-to-back nationals trips for Ohio?

  • Rival vs. Nemesis | Women's Final

    Chicago Nemesis and Columbus Rival are in contention for the first women's bid to nationals out of the Great Lakes Regional. In 2019, Nemesis beat Rival 10-8 in the game-to-go. Rival avenged that loss early this season at ESC, but Nemesis struck back on day 1 of regionals.

  • Cocktails vs. Steamboat | Mixed Quarterfinal

    The Great Lakes Regional mixed division may have suffered the hardest from 2021's unique bid allocation, with 4 teams ranked in the top 16 but only one bid to share. While Columbus Cocktails took the Great Lakes' bid in 2019, it's been a few years further since Cincinnati Steamboat's last nationa...

  • Temper vs. Vault | Men's 2nd Place Final

    Pittsburgh Temper suffered a surprising loss in the 1st place bracket to Phantom, but have fought their way to the final game-to-go out of the Mid-Atlantic Regional. Virginia Vault made it to the 1st place final, but can they bounce back from an 8-point loss to Truck Stop?

  • Grit vs. Parcha | Women's Final

    It's the only women's game-to-go in the 1-bid women's Mid-Atlantic Regional! With no Scandal this year, Washington D.C. Grit has an excellent shot to qualify for nationals, but will their hopes be disrupted by the emergence of Pittsburgh newest team, Parcha?

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  • Temper vs. Phantom | Men's Quarterfinal

    Pittsburgh Temper must have been unhappy seeing they'd play Philadelphia Phantom in the first place quarterfinals at the Mid-Atlantic Regional. Phantom brought a sneakily stacked roster, having picked up some of New York's finest - Jeff Babbitt, Ryan Weaver, and Matt Stevens. Will Temper build of...

  • The Killjoys vs. Emerald City | Men's 3rd Place Final

    With no Furious George at the Northwest Regional this year, the third bid to nationals in the men's division fell to two teams usually left on the outside looking in. A surging Orem The Killjoys squad is the representation of all the hard work occurring in the Utah youth and BYU scenes. Meanwhile...

  • Lochsa vs. Moondog | Mixed 3rd Place Final

    The third and final mixed bid to nationals from the Northwest Regional pitched two Big Sky teams, Boise Lochsa and Montana Moondog. Can Moondog notch back-to-back nationals appearances?

  • Schwa vs. Underground | Women's 3rd Place Final

    The final women's bid to nationals from the Northwest Regional lies within the grasp of two proud teams. Seattle Underground has come up short for years, but after winning their section with a victory over Riot, this might be their time. But they go up against Portland Schwa, who tested themselve...

  • Lochsa vs. Birdfruit | 2nd Place Quarterfinal

    Every team in the Northwest mixed division had their work cut out for them. Even with three bids to nationals, there isn't enough to feed the half dozen hungry and worthy teams vying to play in San Diego. Seattle Birdfruit came into the tournament a top-25 team, but Boise Lochsa brings with them ...

  • BFG vs. Moondog | Mixed Semifinal

    The first of three mixed bids is on the line in the Northwest Regional mixed semifinal. BFG, ranked number 1 after beating Mixtape at sectionals, is the favorite, but remember what Moondog did in 2019?

  • Rhino Slam! vs. The Killjoys | Men's Semifinal

    In a stacked 3-bid men's region, the semifinals are teams' first chance to punch their ticket to San Diego. It's no surprise seeing Portland Rhino Slam! in this game, but the upstarts from Utah, Orem The Killjoys have shown that they deserve to be in the conversation.

  • Traffic vs. Riot | Women's Final

    The first of three bids to nationals are on the line in the Northwest Regional women's final. Seattle Riot is making up ground after a surprising sectionals loss to Underground, while Traffic impressed through their first few games against American competition.

  • Traffic vs. Schwa | Women's Crossover

    Vancouver Traffic make their first trip to the US since the pandemic's start as the lone Canadian team to compete in the USAU series in 2021. Portland Schwa has proven to be a top team in the US this year, but how do they stack up against their northern sistren?

  • Schwa vs. Riot | Women's Pool Play

    Seattle Riot arrived at Northwest Regionals with many new names on their roster and limited regular season reps. Schwa also has some key pickups this year but was able to test themselves at the Pro Championships. Will the new arrivals change the power dynamics of the region, or will we get the ex...

  • Traffic vs. Underground | Women's Preliminary Bracket

    Vancouver Traffic gets in their first reps against American competition at the Northwest Regional. Seattle Underground surprised with a win over Riot at Sectionals, can they continue that momentum toward a berth to nationals?

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

    Seattle Emerald City rebranded in the offseason, and must have jumped for joy when Furious George declined to participate in the series, leaving that third men's bid at the Northwest Regional up for grabs. Portland Rhino Slam! is another American team seeking a bid to nationals. This early pool p...

  • XIST vs. Wild Card | Mixed 3rd Place Final

    Northeast Regionals always provides fireworks and the final game of the weekend did not disappoint. New York XIST and Boston Wild Card competed for the third and final bid to nationals. With a raucous crowd leaning in to the ever present NY/Boston rivalry, this was certainly one for the ages!

  • Sprout vs. Big Wrench | Men's 3rd Place Final

    The final men's bid from the Northeast Regional came down to the three and four seeds, Amherst Sprout and Somerville Big Wrench. While Sprout has national clout as an upstart from central Massachusetts, Big Wrench hasn't broken outside of the region. Is this the Somerville squad's time to break t...

  • PoNY vs. DiG | Men's Final

    Having already secured their bids to nationals, New York PoNY and Boston DiG played one final game to determine the winner of the Northeast Region. PoNY was happy to finally roll with their full roster, and Ben Jagt's addition dramatically shifted how they could threaten the field.

  • Siege vs. Rebel Rebel | Women's 2nd Place Semifinal

    Albany Rebel Rebel shocked the women's division when they beat BENT to win the NY Sectional. Now they fight for the final women's bid to nationals at the Northeast Regional. Standing in their way is Boston Siege, who beat Rebel Rebel 11-8 at the season kickoff Boston Invite.

  • League of Shadows vs. Sprocket | Mixed Semifinal

    The mixed semifinals were games to go to nationals at the Northeast Regional. It was no surprise seeing Boston Sprocket, but not many would have picked their opponent to be Boston League of Shadows. League were a frisky team a few years ago, can they steal a bid in 2021?

  • BENT vs. Rebel Rebel | Women's Semifinal

    New York BENT has been left waiting on the wings for a berth at nationals for years, having lost 3 games-to-go in a row in 2019 to miss out. Albany Rebel Rebel beat BENT at sectionals, making this Northeast Regional semifinal game-to-go a spicy rematch.