United States national amateur boxing welterweight champions

Below is a list of National Amateur Boxing Welterweight Champions, also known as United States Amateur Champions, along with the state or region which they represented. The United States National Boxing Championships bestow the title of United States Amateur Champion on amateur boxers for winning the annual national amateur boxing tournament organized by USA Boxing, the national governing body for Olympic boxing and is the United States' member organization of the International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA). It is one of the two premier amateur boxing tournaments, the other being the National Golden Gloves Tournament, which crowns its own amateur welterweight champion.

  • 1897 - A. McIntosh, New York, New York
  • 1898 - A. McIntosh, New York, New York
  • 1899 - Percey McIntyre, New York, New York
  • 1900 - J.J. Dukelow, New York, New York
  • 1901 - J.J. Dukelow, New York, New York
  • 1902 - Charles McCann, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 1903 - John Leavy, New York, New York
  • 1904 - C.T. Mitchell, Waltham, Massachusetts
  • 1905 - H.L. McKinnon, Boston, Massachusetts
  • 1906 - William McDonald, San Francisco, California
  • 1907 - W.J. Kirkland, St. Phillip's
  • 1908 - William Rolfe, Boston, Massachusetts
  • 1909 - M.J. McNamara, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • 1910 - Hillard Long, Toronto, ON, Canada
  • 1911 - John Fisher, New York, New York
  • 1912 - Charles Askins, Boston, Massachusetts
  • 1913 - Charles Askins, Boston, Massachusetts
  • 1914 - W. Woldman, Cleveland, Ohio
  • 1915 - Augie Ratner, New York, New York
  • 1916 - Eugene Brosseau, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • 1917 - Daniel O'Connor, Dorchester, New York
  • 1918 - James Sullivan, New York, New York
  • 1919 - Dave Rosenberg, New York, New York
  • 1920 - J. Schroendorf, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • 1921 - Charles Jennkissen, Los Angeles, California
  • 1922 - Harry Simons, Gary, Indiana
  • 1923 - John Rinl, Cleveland, Ohio
  • 1924 - Al Mello, Lowella, Massachusetts
  • 1925 - Bernard Barde, Dartmouth College
  • 1926 - Edward Tiernan, New York, New York
  • 1927 - Tommy Lown, New York, New York
  • 1928 - Tommy Lown, New York, New York
  • 1929 - Leslie Baker, Watertown, Massachusetts
  • 1930 - Charles Kelly, Newton, Massachusetts
  • 1931 - Edward Flynn, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • 1932 - Edward Flynn, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • 1933 - W. Celebron, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1934 - Danny Farrar, Youngstown, Ohio
  • 1935 - Jimmy Clark, Buffalo, New York
  • 1936 - Leo Sweeney, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 1937 - Johnny Marquez, San Francisco, California
  • 1938 - James O'Malley, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1939 - Cozy Storace, Rome, New York
  • 1940 - Henry Brimm, Buffalo, New York
  • 1941 - Dave Andrews, Lowell, Massachusetts
  • 1942 - Willard Buckless, Saugas, Massachusetts
  • 1943 - C. Cooper, Washington, D.C.
  • 1944 - Joe Gannon, Washington, D.C.
  • 1945 - Abe Lee, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1946 - Robert Takeshita, Hawaii
  • 1947 - Jackie Keough, Cleveland, Ohio
  • 1948 - Eugene Linscott, Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • 1949 - Maurice Harper, Oakland, California
  • 1950 - Gil Turner, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 1951 - Rudy Gwin, Cleveland, Ohio
  • 1952 - Andy Anderson, US Navy
  • 1953 - Fred Terry, Germantown, Pennsylvania
  • 1954 - Joe Bethea, Seattle, WA
  • 1955 - Walter Sawath, Detroit, Michigan
  • 1956 - Jackson Brown, US Air Force
  • 1957 - Don Jullinger, Lima, Ohio
  • 1958 - Gary Gauvink, New York, New York (boxed professionally as Grey Gavin)
  • 1959 - Vernon Vinson, Cleveland, Ohio
  • 1960 - Phil Baldwin, Muskegon, Michigan
  • 1961 - Phil Baldwin, Muskegon, Michigan
  • 1962 - Wade Smith, Muncie, Indiana
  • 1963 - Wade Smith, Muncie, Indiana
  • 1964 - Jess Valdez, Houston, Texas
  • 1965 - Hedgemon Lewis, Detroit, Michigan
  • 1966 - Roland Pryor, Washington, D.C.
  • 1967 - Kim Booker, San Francisco, California
  • 1968 - Mike Colbert, Portland, OR
  • 1969 - Armando Muniz, US Army
  • 1970 - Armando Muniz, US Army
  • 1971 - Sammy Maul, Dayton, Ohio
  • 1972 - Fred Washington, US Army
  • 1973 - William Tuttle, Bowie, MD
  • 1974 - Clint Jackson, Nashville, Tennessee
  • 1975 - Clint Jackson, Nashville, Tennessee
  • 1976 - Clint Jackson, Nashville, Tennessee
  • 1977 - Mike McCallum, Nashville, Tennessee
  • 1978 - Roger Leonard, US Air Force
  • 1979 - Donald Curry, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 1980 - Gene Hatcher, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 1981 - Darryl Robinson, Houston, Texas
  • 1982 - Mark Breland, New York, New York (spring), Ron Essett (winter)
  • 1983 - Mark Breland, New York, New York
  • 1984 - Darryl Lattimore, Washington, D.C.
  • 1985 - Kenneth Gould, Rockford, Illinois
  • 1986 - Kenneth Gould, Rockford, Illinois
  • 1987 - Kenneth Gould, Rockford, Illinois
  • 1988 - Alton Rice, US Army
  • 1989 - Raúl Márquez, Houston, Texas
  • 1990 - Emmett Linton, Tacoma, WA
  • 1991 - Pat Briceno, Vancouver, WA
  • 1992 - Clayton Williams, Roseville, California
  • 1993 - Hector Colon, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • 1994 - David Reid, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 1995 - Bobby Lewis, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 1996 - David Palac, Hamtramck, Michigan
  • 1997 - LeChaunce Shepherd, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • 1998 - Larry Mosley, Los Angeles, California
  • 1999 - Larry Mosley, Los Angeles, California
  • 2000 - LeChaunce Shepherd, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • 2001 - Anthony Thompson, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 2002 - Rondale Mason, Fort Carson, Colorado
  • 2003 - Juan McPherson, Cleveland, Ohio
  • 2004 - Austin Trout, Las Cruces, New Mexico
  • 2005 - Demetrius Andrade, Providence, Rhode Island
  • 2006 - Demetrius Andrade, Providence, Rhode Island
  • 2007 - Charles Hatley, Dallas, Texas
  • 2008 - Jovante Sparks, Minneapolis, MN
  • 2009 - Errol Spence, Desoto, TX
  • 2010 - Errol Spence, Desoto, TX

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