National Amateur 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:

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


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