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Boise State dominates Rally Cry Rocket League qualifier

Boise State University’s esports team, the Broncos, swept through the competition to emerge victorious in the Rally Cry Rocket League Collegiate Series Qualifier #2, presented by Army National Guard. The qualifiers took place this last weekend Feb. 17-18. Boise State faced off against a variety of tough opponents, such as Cal Berkley, Universidad Carolina, and UT Dallas. The Broncos took 4-0 victories over Cal Berkley and Universidad Carolina, and a 4-1 triumph against UT Dallas.

Gabriel Gil Reynolds in Esports Arena
Gabriel Rynolds competing in the Boise State Esports Arena. (Photo credit Boise State Esports).

The event is part of the larger Rally Cry Rocket League Collegiate Series. Closed qualifiers span from February 10th to March 3rd. Playoffs are scheduled for March 9-10, with the grand championship on March 16th. Boise State’s triumph in Qualifier #2 propels them one step closer to the ultimate prize, with the championship boasting a substantial $6,000 prize pool.

The Broncos have a little under a month to prepare. Boise State Rocket League already has a busy spring, with matches in NACE and CRL. The Rally Cry series ads yet another opportunity for the Broncos to make their name known as a top collegiate team in the nation. Rally Cry is also hosting tournaments in Counter-Strike 2, Madden, Street Fighter, Tekken, and Guilty Gear Strive.