One week later, the club sent their top 3 teams down to the University of Maryland to compete in the East Bay sectional. While the club did not perform as well overall in the individual tournament, the top Northeastern team was able to come out with the victory after a tough 3 game series with
The club started off the semester by attending the Northeast sectional at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. In the individual bracket, the top 3 Northeastern teams ended up finishing 1st, 2nd, and 4th. In the club bracket, the Huskies were able to take home their second first place finish on the day to start the season off strong.
Yes, the club is open to accepting players of varying skill level and competitiveness.
At the moment we do not hold tryouts as we are trying to grow the club and bring awareness to the sport. We are ultimately looking for players that are looking to have a fun time while trying to improve their skills.
A normal semester consists of weekly practice that is often held three times a week and can last anywhere from 1.5 to 3 hours. However, not every practice is mandatory, but those who show up more often are more likely to attend tournaments. The club also attends at least two all-day tournaments every semester, including college nationals.