Recent College Scholarship Winners

Southeastern Conference
Barry University
East Carolina University
Florida A&M
Florida International
Florida State
Univ. of Miami (FL)
Miami Dade
North Carolina
Nova Southeastern
Wake Forest
Georgia State
​Palm Beach State
Western Conference
​UC Davis
​Cal State Northridge
Citrus College
Univ. of San Francisco
Santa Clara University
St. Mary's
​Arizona State Univ.
Glendale Comm. Coll
Cal State San Bernardino
Cal State University, Dominguez Hills
​Chaffey College
Central Conference
Kansas University
Univ. of Kentucky
Univ. of Michigan
Loyola University Chicago
Ohio State
Olivet College
Tennessee State
​Texas Southern
West Virginia
Pittsburg State University
University of Wisconsin-Madison
University of Central Arkansas

United States Inter-collegiate Boxing Association's mission is to be the preeminent competitive intercollegiate amateur boxing league in the United States. By re-introducing boxing back into the college and university system, USIBA seeks to reestablish boxing as an ethical, important, and relevant collegiate sport while increasing the overall competitiveness of the entire amateur boxing system in the United States. USIBA will develop programs, raise funds, and recast the narrative surrounding the sport of boxing by using the sport as a pathway to educational and life success. The following colleges/universities have boxing programs:

College Scholarships

Team sports are great but  in boxing, you’re responsible for your personal success. This sense of accountability helps kids develop the following personal attributes: 

Self-confidence: Boxing tests your physical and mental limitations. You develop a sense of self-assurance as you overcome obstacles that seem insurmountable.

Work ethic: It takes discipline to train. Most successful individuals make sacrifices to reach their goals, and boxing calls for these characteristics more than any other sport. 

Sportsmanship: Competitive boxers tend to respect one another immensely due to the demanding requirements of the sport. It’s not uncommon for boxers to embrace following a hard-fought bout.  Those who make the effort deserve respect from fellow competitors as well as fellow boxers in one’s own gym.

Self-defense: You build self-confidence as you learn how to defend yourself. Not all athletes want to enter the competitive aspect of the sport, which is fine. Anyone who puts time and effort in the gym, though, learns the necessary skills to stay safe in hand-to-hand combat. 

​Get in Shape! No matter your results in the ring, boxing provides a workout that is second to none. Fitness boxing has become one of the most popular ways to get in shape in recent years. It improves coordination, reflexes, and aerobic and anaerobic conditioning. It tones and strengthens the muscles throughout your entire body.

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Youth Program

Northeastern Conference
Georgetown University
Univ. of Maryland
Towson University
US Military Academy - West Point
Virginia Military Institute
Norfolk State
University of Baltimore