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Our Mission

USIBA's mission is to develop and execute programs which utilize boxing as pathway to educational and life success.


Two women boxers competing

Bout from 2013 USIBA Nationals

The United States Intercollegiate Boxing Association (USIBA) was formed in 2012 by college students and boxing coaches who wanted the most competitive collegiate club league in the country. Our goal then, as it is now, was to help grow the sport and connect the collegiate boxing circuit with USA Boxing grassroots athletes. USIBA made its mark on boxing history in 2013 when it hosted the first co-ed collegiate boxing championships for men and women.
In addition to helping college students start boxing teams at their respective schools and hosting a national championship tournament each year, USIBA offers scholarships for amateur boxers and has helped raise millions of dollars for other charities with intercollegiate fight nights.
USIBA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to collegiate boxing.  USIBA functions as a competitive amateur boxing league where our member teams are club sport programs and participants are full time undergraduate or graduate students. 

Board of Directors

President: Tony Sensoli (University of Michigan)
Vice President: Joe Shafer (Virginia Military Institute)
Treasurer: Larry Herman (University of Kentucky)
Secretary: Aaron King (University of Florida)
Registration Chair: Theresa Hernandez
Chief of Officials: Delvis "Mac" McCadden

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