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Encyclopedia > NCAA Boxing Championship

NCAA Team Champions in Boxing The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA, often said NC-Double-A) is a voluntary association of about 1200 institutions, conferences, organizations and individuals that organizes the athletics programs of many colleges and universities in the United States. ... For other meanings of boxer, see Boxer (disambiguation). ...

  • 1932 Penn St.
  • 1936 Syracuse
  • 1937 Washington St.
  • 1938 Catholic, Virginia, West Virginia
  • 1939 Wisconsin
  • 1940 Idaho
  • 1941 Idaho
  • 1942 Wisconsin
  • 1943 Wisconsin
  • 1947 Wisconsin
  • 1948 Wisconsin
  • 1949 LSU
  • 1950 Idaho, Gonzaga
  • 1951 Michigan St.
  • 1952 Wisconsin
  • 1953 Idaho St.
  • 1954 Wisconsin
  • 1955 Michigan St.
  • 1956 Wisconsin
  • 1957 Idaho St.
  • 1958 San Jose St.
  • 1959 San Jose St.
  • 1960 San Jose St.

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DailyProgress.com | Virginia boxers to be honored (849 words)
For example, coaches were not allowed to serve as “seconds” in the ring with their fighters, boxing gloves could not weigh less than 10 ounces and attempts were made to control crowd behavior with mandates that disallowed voiced approval of support while boxers fought in the ring.
The 1938 national tournament, again hosted by Virginia, was one of the last National Championships to be held on the East Coast as the NCAA opted for a mid-western setting to capitalize on the rabid popularity in the region.
Boxing’s last hurrah took place in 1960 when Wisconsin’s Charlie Mohr was rushed to the hospital with a brain hemorrhage after a middleweight championship fight with Stu Bartell of Michigan State.
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