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The United States Intercollegiate Boxing Association is the premier college boxing governing body in the country

USIBA was formed in 2012 by college students and boxing coaches to form a safe, competitive, and exciting league for their teams. USIBA was a pioneer in co-ed intercollegiate club sports, being the first to introduce a women's boxing championship.

COVID19 Virus Update 3/11/20

The United States Intercollegiate Boxing Association and the National Collegiate Boxing Association, in consultation with USA Boxing, have jointly decided to cancel their respective upcoming Collegiate Boxing Championships. This was a very difficult decision to make because our student-athletes have trained hard all year towards earning a championship belt, and because we do not have the ability to postpone the event given the academic schedules of our athletes and member schools.  However, the health, wellness, and safety of our student-athletes, coaches, officials, doctors, and fans is of paramount importance and this decision aligns with guidance from the Center for Disease Control, United States Olympic and Para-Olympic Committee, NCAA, and local health organizations.

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USIBA is an affiliate organization of USA Boxing, the United States Olympic Committee's national governing body for amateur boxing.  USIBA has autonomy to register boxers, coaches, officials, clubs, and provide event sanctions nationwide. Learn more about USIBA and our history.

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