Head Coach

Ethan Sturm has been involved in quidditch for over a decade, and was a member of the national championship winning Q.C. Boston team in 2015. Beyond coaching Harvard, he is also the assistant coach for the U.S. National Team and co-commissioner and co-founder of Major League Quidditch.

Ethan Sturm

Assistant Coaches

Lulu Xu has been a beater on the US National Team since 2018 and has won several national and international championships. In her spare time she is a medical student at UMass Medical School.

Max Havlin has been on the US National Team since 2014. Along with international success he has had national success with winning the US National Championship in 2015 on Q.C. Boston and multiple Major League Championships with the Boston Forge. While coaching Harvard, he is continuing to try to push the limits of quidditch by developing new strategies and perspectives.
Lulu Xu

Co-Captain

Felix Bulwa ’23 is a Captain, Keeper, and Chaser for the Horntails. He lives in Currier House and studies Social Studies with a focus in Government and Education.

Felix Bulwa

Co-Captain

James Devaney ’23 is a Captain and Chaser for the Horntails. He lives in Adams House, studies Philosophy, and is originally from Ireland.

James Devaney

Co-Manager

Anna Blanchfield ‘24 is a Manager and a Chaser for the Horntails. She is in Mather House and studies Chemical and Physical Biology.

Anna Blanchfield

Co-Manager

Leo Fried ’24 is a Manager, Keeper, and Seeker for the Horntails. He lives in Kirkland House and loves playing games and learning stuff.

Leo Freid

Treasurer and Social Chair

Alexa Zinke ’23 is the Treasurer, the Social Chair, and a Chaser for the Horntails. She lives in Eliot House.

Alexa Zinke

Outreach Chair

Hannah Martinez ’23 is the Outreach Chair and a Chaser for the Horntails. She lives in Kirkland House, studies History and is from the LA area.

Hannah Martinez

Webmaster

Daniel Gottesman ’23 is the Webmaster and a Beater for the Horntails. He lives in Currier House and studies Government and Economics.

Daniel Gottesman