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USA Women's National Boxing Championships 
By Bonnie Canino (retired IFBA World Champion and Trainer)

     
   
   
   
   
NORTH CAROLINA (SEPT 25, 2001) Late results on the USA Women's National Boxing Championships that took place at the Marine Base Camp Lejune, in North Carolina, September 19 - 22, 2001...One Hundred and sixty five competitors had pre-registered for the USA Women's National Boxing Championships, but only fifty-one women showed for the event.  This was the first time since the Nationals been going on that there has been such a small turn out.  We think it was due to the recent attack on America in New York and Washington D.C.  

The women who showed up were very determined to make this amateur boxing event.  The event was especially important to the USA Boxing organization, because this was the first year that winners from the Women's National will qualified to attend the first Continental Games in October and the World games in November, which should have around thirty-eight countries entering their women boxers.  These games will be taking place in Scranton, PA.  These tournament will open the doors for women boxers to compete in the 2008 Olympics.  

The National's at Camp Lejune had thirty-nine scheduled bouts.  California and New York had the most women attending the event.  The accommodations in Camp Lejune during the week of the boxing event were very nice.  All boxers and coaches were given access to all their recreational facilities and stores.  Every women boxed with pride and respect to each other.  All bouts were as follows:  

106 weight division
                               Linda Carillo from El monte, CA.
                  Vs.       Carina Moreno from Watsonville, CA.
                               Winner - Carina Moreno
112 weight division
                              Becky Garcia from Mesa, AZ.
                              Eileen Kuwaye from New York, NY.
                              Winner - Eileen Kuwaye
119 weight division
                             Julia Day from Lexington, KY.
                             Deborah Stein form New York, NY.
                             Winner - Deborah Stein
125 weight division
                             Jennifer Han from El Paso, TX.
                            Anju Reejhsinghani from Seattle, WA.
                            Winner - Jennifer Han
132 weight division
                             Lisa Hedge from Buffalo, NY.
                             Amber Gideon from Warrenville, IL.
                             Winner - Amber Gideon
139 weight division
                             Joy Liu from Brookline, MA.
                             Kanicia Eley from Norfolk, VA.
                             Winner - Joy Liu
147 weight division
                             Jill Emery from New York, NY.
                             Natalie Brown from Lithonia, CA.
                             Winner - Jill Emery
156 weight division
                             Angel Bovee from Schenectady, NY.
                              Yvonne Reis from Fort Lauderdale, FL.
                             Winner - Angel Bovee
165 weight division
                              Kara Lucas from Hollywood, FL.
                              Robyn Labuda from Alpharetta, GA.
                              Winner - Kara Lucas
178 weight division
                             Crystal Pinager from Columbus, OH.
                             Faye Jacob Hollins from Winnobow, CT.
                             Winner - Faye Jacob Hollins
201 weight division
                             Meghan Miller from Albuquerque, NM.
                             Devonne Canady from West Haven, CT.
                             Winner - Meghan Miller
201 + weight division
                              Giana Jackson from Columbus, OH.
                              Carmen Bailly from Patterson, NJ.
                              Winners - Giana Jackson

 
     
     
   
 
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