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The Athlete Rosters Are Set for the Pathway to Glory Olympic Trials Qualifier II Tournaments in Baltimore and Philadelphia
by Julie Goldsticker/USA Boxing
September 3, 2015
     
   
   

(SEPT 3)  (COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.) – Over 300 boxers are registered to compete in the Pathway to Glory Olympic Trials Qualifier II tournaments next week in Baltimore and Philadelphia. More than 270 men are slated to box for Olympic Trials berths September 7-12 in Philadelphia with nearly 70 females vying for the final Olympic Trials for Women’s Boxing spots September 7-11 in Baltimore, Md.

The Olympic Trials Qualifier II for women is the final opportunity for female Olympic hopefuls to earn spots in their Olympic Trials competition next month in Memphis. The top three finishers in each of the three women’s Olympic weight classes in Baltimore will clinch the final spots in the Olympic Trials for Women’s Boxing. With Olympic dreams on the line for all of the competitors and stacked rosters in every weight division, the competition is guaranteed to be intense from the opening bell.

2012 Olympian Queen Underwood (Seattle, Wash.) is looking to return to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro but it will be no easy feat in the talent-laden lightweight division. 2012 featherweight world champion Tiara Brown (Fort Myers, Fla.), fellow 2012 Olympic Trials participant N’Yteeyah Sherman (Barberton, Ohio) as well as former youth stars Rashida Ellis (Lynn, Mass.) and Samantha Kinchen (Lexington, Ky.) will all be challenging Underwood for her spot.

Baltimore’s own multi-time national champion and world championships medalist Franchon Crews (Baltimore, Md.) will face stiff competition from 2014 heavyweight national champion Krystal Dixon (New Rochelle, N.Y.), youth champions Iesha Kenney (Alexandria, Va.) and Martha Fabela (Oakland, Calif.) as well as 2014 USA Boxing national team member Heidi Henriksen (St. Louis Park, Minn.) in middleweight action.

The tournament’s smallest weight class will feature a mixture of established veterans and junior and youth stars moving up to the elite division. Former two-time featherweight national champion Melissa Parker (Fort Carson, Colo.) is now campaigning at the flyweight division and she is looking to clinch her first Olympic Trials berth in Baltimore. 2013 Junior World Champion Caitlin Orosco (Anaheim, Calif.) will reunite with her junior world teammate Nysja Barrientes (Las Vegas, Nev.) and could have a rematch from the 2015 Youth National Championships with youth titlist Kristyn Juarez (Los Angeles, Calif.) at the Olympic Trials qualifier.

The men’s rosters are not only deep in number of competitors but also rich with talented athletes chasing their Olympic dream. A trio of two-time national champions will reunite in Philadelphia with light flyweight Leroy Davila (Princeton, N.J.), flyweight Malik Jackson (Washington DC) and middleweight Leshawn Rodriquez (Medford, N.Y.) all looking to clinch their Olympic Trials berths.

The tournament will also showcase some of the strongest youth boxers aiming to move successfully in to the elite division. Youth Olympic Games gold medalist and junior and youth world champion Shakur Stevenson (Newark, N.J.) hasn’t claimed a national title in the elite division yet, but he is looking to change that in Philadelphia. Two-time youth national champion Charles Conwell (Cleveland, Ohio) and reigning youth national champion and hometown boxer Mark Dawson (Philadelphia, Pa.) will also compete for an Olympic Trials berth in Philadelphia.

Two more area favorites and National Golden Gloves champions will vie for a berth in the Olympic Team Trials for Men’s Boxing. 2014 titlist Christian Carto (Depftord, N.J.) and newly crowned light welterweight champion Jaron Ennis (Philadelphia, Pa.) will be in action in Philadelphia as well. A third National Golden Gloves champion and his family will travel north from the deep south to chase his Olympic dream. 2014 lightweight titlist Maliek Montgomery (Macon, Ga.) and his two brothers Mikhail and Michael are all slated to compete in Philadelphia.

The male athletes will arrive in Philadelphia on Saturday for registration prior to the mandatory general weigh-in and tournament draw on Sunday at the Holiday Inn Philadelphia Stadium. Tournament competition will begin on Monday with sessions and noon and 6 p.m., and preliminary action will continue in two sessions daily through Thursday. Semifinal competition will begin at 6 p.m. on Friday and the event will conclude with final round bouts on Saturday at 4 p.m. A live stream of the Olympic Trials Qualifier II for Men can be purchased by going to www.usaboxing.org and clicking on the Watch Live tab.

The Olympic Trials Qualifier II for Women competitors will arrive in Baltimore on Sunday before their general weigh in, tournament draw and start of competition on Monday. Women’s preliminary action will begin take place at 6 p.m., Monday-Wednesday at the Baltimore Harbor Hotel with complimentary tickets for those sessions available at www.baltimoreboxing.com. Semifinal competition will take place at 8:15 p.m. on Thursday and final round action with tickets priced at $15 will begin at 8:15 p.m. on Friday’s championship bouts will begin at 8:15 p.m., and tickets for the finals are only $25. Tickets for the entire event can be obtained by going to www.baltimoreboxing.com.

The Olympic Trials for Women’s Boxing will take place October 26-31 in Memphis, Tenn., in conjunction with the final Olympic Trials Qualifier for Men. The date and location for the Olympic Trials for Men’s Boxing is currently being finalized but the event is expected to be contested in early December.

Any media interested in covering the Olympic Trials Qualifier II should send an email to Julie@goldstickerpr.com with their name and media outlet.

Olympic Trials Qualifier II for Women Athletes by Weight Class

Flyweight/112 lbs


Nysja Barrientes, Las Vegas, Nev. (2013 Junior Open Champion)
Giovanna Camacho, Colorado Springs, Colo.
Melanie Costa, Norton, Mass.
Jacquelyn Cuddeback, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Ivette Delgado, Yonkers, N.Y.
Annika Harper, San Francisco, Calif.
Dacia Jacquez, Bloomfield, N.M.
Kristyn Juarez, Los Angeles, Calif. (2015 USA Boxing Youth National Champion)
Kathy McPherson, Mesa, Ariz.
Danyel Mitchell, Marietta, Ga.
Jamie Mitchell, Las Vegas, Nev.
Mary Nguyen, Springfield, Mo.
Caitlin Orosco, Anaheim, Calif. (2013 Junior World Champion)
Melissa Parker, Fort Carson, Colo. (Two-time featherweight national champion)
Rachel Perez, Aurora, Colo.
Rory Santos, Waipahu, Hawaii
Karina Sarabia, El Monte, Calif.
Somer Smith, Pasadena, Md.
Rontrice Thomas, Knoxville, Tenn.
Maryguenn Vellinga, Heber City, Utah

Lightweight/132 lbs


Ariel Arismendez, Tolleson, Ariz. (2015 Youth National Champion and Youth World Championships bronze medalist)
Alycia Baumgardner, Clyde, Ohio
Tiara Brown, Oxon Hill, Md. (2012 World Champion and 2014 World Championships bronze medalist)
Kimberly Carlson, Chicago, Ill.
Wendy Casey, Buffalo, N.Y.
Rosselyn Chavira, Tucson, Ariz.
Anna Crutchfield, Travelers Rest, S.C.
Takesha Edward, Houston, Texas
Rashida Ellis, Lynn, Mass.(2013 Youth National Champion)
Felisha Estrada Gonzalez, Colorado Springs, Colo.
Mary Hazen, Cheboygan, Mich.
Amy Hester, Ralston, Neb.
Denene Heyward, San Marcos, Texas
Nakarri Jones, Tampa, Fla. (2015 USA Boxing National Championships silver medalist)
Samantha Kinchen, Lexington, Ky. (2013 Youth National Champion and World Championships bronze medalist)
Elizabeth Leddy, Portland, Maine
Kendra Macon, Charlotte, N.C.
Chasity Martin, Pompano Beach, Fla.
Amelia Moore, Millersville, Md.
Alexis Morant, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Temitope Pedro, San Francisco, Calif.
N’Yteeyah Sherman, Akron, Ohio (2012 Olympic Trials participant)
Jasmine Singh, Anaheim, Calif.
Kymmberli Stowe, Charlotte, N.C.
Gerrica Trias, Long Beach, Calif.
Queen Underwood, Seattle, Wash. (2012 U.S. Olympian)
Carmen Vargas, Houston, Texas
Mioshia Wagoner, Lawrence, Kansas
Alexandria Williams, Elmont, N.Y.
Kyana Williams, Providence, R.I.
Taylor Williams, Seatac, Wash.

Middleweight/165 lbs


Emily Atwood, Fairhope, Ala.
Schemelle Baldwin, Wilmington, Del.
Jennifer Barnes, Little Rock, Ark.
Jessica Bass, Stockbridge, Ga.
Franchon Crews, Baltimore, Md. (Multi-time national champion and two-time World Championships medalist)
Krystal Dixon, New Rochelle, N.Y. (2014 USA Boxing heavyweight national champion)
Martha Fabela, Oakland, Calif. (2015 Youth National Champion)
Heidi Henriksen, St. Louis Park, Minn. (2014 USA Boxing National Championships silver medalist)
Brittany Inkrote, York, Pa.
Iesha Kenney, Alexandria, Va. (Two-time youth national champion and world championships bronze medalist)
Cierra Taylor, Rochester, N.Y.
Kayla Trotter, Smyrna, Tenn.

Olympic Trials Qualifier II for Men Athletes by Weight Class


Light flyweight/108 lbs

John Atiles, Cypress, Texas
Slade Corvin, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Leroy Davila, Princeton, N.J. (Two-time USA Boxing National Champion)
Xenon Mallari, Las Vegas, Nev.
Angel Rosa, West Haven, Conn.
Geovany Santiago, Los Angeles, Calif.
Adrian Servin, Phoenix, Ariz.
Jeffrey Thomas, Toledo, Ohio

Flyweight/114 lbs

Christian Carto, Deptford, N.J. (2014 National Golden Gloves Champion)
Eros Correa, San Jose, Calif. (2012 U.S. Olympic Trials Champion)
Jay Crenshaw, Houston, Texas
Adrian Ghisoiu, Junction City, Kansas
Malik Jackson, Washington DC (Two-time USA Boxing National Champion)
Zachariah Jacquez, Bloomfield, N.M.
Timothy Longoria, Palacios, Texas
Shon Mondragon, Commerce City, Colo.
Jeremy Morales, Norfolk, Va.
Leon Morancie, Philadelphia, Pa.
Khalil Phillips, Rex, Ga.
Daniel Sandoz, Stroudsburg, Pa.
Khalid Twaiti, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Bantamweight/123 lbs

Michael Angeletti, Spring, Texas
Kevin Asmat, Guttenberg, N.J.
Jose Balderas, Santa Maria, Calif.
Ulises Castaneda, Milford, Del.
Anthony Chavez, San Bernadino, Calif.
Howard Cheatham, Philadelphia, Pa.
Dominique Crowder, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Dante Dunnaville, Roanoke, Va.
Abraham Flores, Silvis, Ill.
Angel Garcia, Camden, N.J.
Rudy Garcia, Los Angeles, Calif.
Frank Gonzalez, Hialeah, Fla.
Adam Lopez, Burbank, Calif.
Efren Lopez, Fresno, Calif.
Rocky Marzan, Scranton, Pa.
Mikhail Montgomery, Macon, Ga. (2014 National Golden Gloves silver medalist)
Kenneth Nicholson, Plano, Ill.
Duke Ragan, Cincinnati, Ohio
Juan Sanchez, Allentown, Pa.
Jose Santana, Tampa, Fla.
Luis Santiago, Nashua, N.H.
Shakur Stevenson, Newark, N.J. (Junior and World Champion and Youth Olympic Games gold medalist)
Cristian Williams, Chicago, Ill.

Lightweight/132 lbs

Luis Acosta, Humble, Texas
Tommy Avelar, Germantown, Md.
Christopher Bell, N. Little Rock, Ark.
Fernando Bunch, Hephzibah, Ga.
Bruce Carrington, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Demarco Carter, Madison, Wis.
Gabriel Chacon, Hollywood, Fla.
Jalonte Cole, Burke, Va.
David Craddock, Columbus, Ohio
Raymond Cuadrado, Ridgewood, N.Y.
Kwanzi Downing, Trenton, N.J.
Michael Dutchover, Midland, Texas
Matthew Guerrero, Manteca, Calif.
Ernest Hall, Baltimore, Md.
Michael Hibbard, E. Boston, Mass
Roger Hilley, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Joshua Jones, Philadelphia, Pa.
Martino Jules, Allentown, Pa.
D’Angelo Keyes, Houston, Texas
Rosino Legan, Gilroy, Calif.
Hector Lopez, Burbank, Calif.
Abel Mendoza, El Paso, Texas
Israel Mercado, Montclair, Calif.
Maliek Montgomery, Macon, Ga. (2014 National Golden Gloves champion)
Nelson Morales, Scranton, Calif.
Javier Navarro, Madera, Calif.
Douglas Northern, Philadelphia, Pa.
Benajmin Orozco, Ft. Myers, Fla.
Elijah Peixoto, E. Providence, R.I.
Elijah Pierce, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Rolando Romero, Las Vegas, Nev.
Anuel Rosa-Lopez, New Haven, Conn.
William Sawin, Alexandria, Va.
Joshafat Serrano, Reading, Pa.
Brannon Terry, Little Rock, Ark.
James Wilkins, Staten Island, N.Y.
Nicholas Wood, Angier, N.C.
Vassiliy Zherebenko, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Joshua Zuniga, Burbank, Calif.

Light welterweight/141 lbs


Martrell Adams, Euclid, Ohio
Nahin Albright, Yeadon, Pa.
Dustin Arnold, Coral Springs, Fla.
Burim Beqiri, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Albert Brown, Scottdale, Ga.
Eric Chandler, Gloucester City, N.J.
Sharad Collier, Hartford, Conn.
Nino Delgado, Anchorage, Alaska
Garrett Duggan, Ocean Township, N.J.
Jaron Ennis, Philadelphia, Pa. (2015 National Golden Gloves champion)
Hugo Garcia, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Jamaal Gregory, Charlotte, N.C.
Kevin Hernandez, Bergenfield, N.J.
Richardson Hitchins, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Dashaun Johns, Bronx, N.Y.
Nasir Jones, Philadelphia, Pa.
Isaac Lujan, Las Vegas, Nev.
Ector Madera, Stockton, Calif.
Anthony Marsella, Smithfield, R.I.
Tigran Martirosyan, Pasadena, Calif.
Rosalindo Morales, Ellwood City, Pa.
Randy Moreno, Las Vegas, Nev.
Daniel Murray, Barnegat, N.J.
Abraham Nova, Albany, N.Y. (2014 USA Boxing National Champion)
Jamaine Ortiz-Rodriguez, Worcester, Mass.
Tra-Kwon Pettis, Atlanta, Ga. (WSB and World Championship Team Trial silver medalist)
Brian Rodriguez-Lopez, Salisbury, Md.
David Sample Jr., Las Vegas, Nev.
Jonathan Sledge, Atlanta, Ga.
Sammie Smith, Hyattsville, Md.
Jeffrey Torres, New Haven, Conn.
Reinaldo Torres, Springfield, Mass.
Martin Urias, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
Mark Verdejo, New Bedford, Mass.
Robert Wallace, Jacksonville, Fla.
Hanif Webb, Thorndale, Pa.
Keeshawn Williams, Washington DC
Adam Young, Memphis, Tenn.

Welterweight/152 lbs


Justin Biggs, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Jonathan Burrs, Frederick, Md.
Isaiah Castanon, North Bergen, N.J.
Terry Chatwood, N. Little Rock, Ark.
Sean Cogavin, Pompton Plains, N.J.
Tyrce Crowder, Philadelphia, Pa.
Mark Dawson, Philadelphia, Pa. (2015 Youth National Champion)
Ramiro de Jesus, Orlando, Fla.
Zachary Deluca, Whitman, Mass.
Daniel Gibson, West Deptford, N.J.
Kareem Gladney, Philadelphia, Pa.
Adrian Gutierrez, Chula Vista, Calif.
Julio Herrera, Las Vegas, Nev.
Lee Iglesias, Staten Island, N.Y.
Pierre Jackson, Harvey, Ill.
Javaune James, Miramar, Fla.
Daquan Johnson, Clementon, N.J.
Ferdinand Kerobyan, N. Hollywood, Fla.
Christopher Kimble, Chicago, Ill.
Poindexter Knight, Philadelphia, Pa.
Paul Kroll, Philadelphia, Pa. (WSB and World Championship Team Trial bronze medalist)
Demarcus Layton, Jacksonville, Ark.
Damien Lopez, Burbank, Calif.
Abram Martinez, San Diego, Calif.
Javier Martinez, Milwaukee, Wis.
Michael Montgomery, Macon, Ga.
Jeffrey Muriel, New Haven, Conn.
Gregory Outlaw, Glenarden, Md.
Veshawn Owens, St. Louis Park, Minn.
James Perella, Mansfield, R.I.
Norberto Perez, New Orleans, La.
Quinton Randall, Katy, Texas
Joseph Reed, Providence, R.I.
Jalen Renaud, Indian Orchard, Mass.
Andrick Robinson, Sacramento, Calif.
Anthony Rodriguez, Humble, Texas
David Rodriguez, Miami Gardens, Fla.
Emmanuel Rodriguez, Berlin, Md.
Daywaun Roseberry, Cleveland, Ohio
Julian Smith, Robbins, Ill.
Rashid Sevens, Gahanna, Ohio
Boubacar Sylla, Cincinnati, Ohio
Alonzo Thompson, Laurel, Md.
Nikolas Vasquez, Seattle, Wash.
Angelo White Body, New Town, N.D.
Ryan Wilczak, North Wales, Pa.
John Williams, Baton Rouge, La.
Juan Zapata, Odessa, Texas

Middleweight/165 lbs

Jason Bell-Edwards, District Heights, Md.
Tavon Body, Burtsonsville, Md.
Maurice Burke, Philadelphia, Pa.
Brandon Clark, Columbus, Ohio
Charles Conwell, Cleveland, Ohio (2015 National Golden Gloves and Youth National Champion)
Rashane Doyle, Boston, Mass.
Randy Foster, Covington, Ga.
Jeffrey Fuss, Morgantown, W. Va.
Raymond Garcia, Philadelphia, Pa.
Russell Gaskins, Washington DC
Edward George, Powder Springs, Ga.
Abel Gonzalez, Hialeah Gardens, Fla.
Kalvin Henderson, Fayetteville, Ark.
Joseph Hicks, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Kieron Hooks, Philadelphia, Pa.
Quadeer Jenkins, Trenton, N.J.
Joseph Jeudy, Delray Beach, Fla.
Isiah Jones, Detroit, Mich.
Dillon Kasprzak, Philadelphia, Pa.
Lawrence King, Adelanto, Calif.
Trevor Lattimore, Bridgeport, Conn.
James Martin, Philadelphia, Pa.
Armani McPhall, Newark, N.J.
Calvin Metcalf, Kansas City, Mo.
Nathan Miller, Royal Oak, Mich.
Omar Murillo, Boardman, Ore.
Kuanysh Niyazov, Staten Island, N.Y.
Levi Patterson, Shaker Heights, Ohio
Jordon Payne, Hyattsville, Md.
Victor Reynoso, Providence, R.I.
Leshawn Rodriquez, Medford, N.Y. (Two-time USA Boxing National Champion)
Ezekiel Scruggs, Little Rock, Ark.
Moses Taylor, Detroit, Mich.
My’cheal Teal, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Angelo Thompson, Newark, N.J.
Niko Valdes, Miami, Fla. (2014 USA Boxing National Championships bronze medalist)
Tipton Walker, Benton Harbor, Mich.
Donald Wallace, Catonsville, Md.
Frederick Wilson, Cleveland, Ohio
Isaiah Wise, Philadelphia, Pa.

Light heavyweight/178 lbs

Chyrye Anderson, N. Las Vegas, Nev.
Patrick Aristhene, Freeport, N.Y.
Joshua Balbuena, Marietta, Ga.
Kendrick Ball, Worcester, Mass.
Julien Baptiste, Lowell, Mass.
Justin Bell-Edwards, Severn, Md.
Edgar Berlanga, Brooklyn, N.Y. (2015 Youth National Championships silver medalist)
Jarrell Brackett, Olivet, Mich.
Chase Calloway, St. Joseph, Mo.
Robert Daniels, Jr., Miami, Fla.
Jonathan Esquivel, Anaheim, Calif.
Elvis Figueroa, New Haven, Conn.
Denzell Fludd, Collingswood, N.J.
Kevin Fuss, Sheperdstown, W. Va.
Bobby Harris, Worcester, Mass.
Kiante Irving, Ambridge, Pa.
De’Antwon Jackson, Canal Winchester, Ohio
Darryl Lane, Washington DC
Zamy Larry, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Eric Martin, Hollywood, Fla.
Jason Matthews, Reno, Nev.
Jasper McCargo, Oakland, Calif. (2014 USA Boxing National Championships silver medalist)
Martez McGregor, Maywood, Ill.
Derick Miller, Monroe, Mich.
Akheim Nurse, E. Orange, N.J.
Julio Perez Campusano, Roxbury, Mass.
Ronnie Pratt, Cleveland, Ohio
Sharif Rahman, Las Vegas, Nev.
Richard Rivera, Hartford, Conn.
Ali Salem, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Tyriece Stokes, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Heavyweight/201 lbs

Oscar Bruce, Freeport, N.Y.
Austin Bryant, Lucama, N.C.
Sam Crossed, Baltimore, Md.
Alvin Davie, Miami, Fla.
Demek Edmonds, Worcester, Mass.
Lionel Jones, Marietta, Ga.
Francisco Lopez, N. Hollywood, Calif.
Hakim Lopez, Lithonia, Ga.
Dominique Mayfield, Philadelphia, Pa.
Matthew Mollet, Port Orchard, Wash. (2015 Youth National Championships silver medalist)
Edmen Shahbazyan, Glendale, Calif.
Adrian Taylor, Mesquite, Texas (WSB and World Championship Team Trial silver medalist)
Cedric Washington, Pearland, Texas
Dionta Winstead, Norfolk, Va.

Super heavyweight/201+ lbs

Marquis Dacres, Philadelphia, Pa.
Lorenzo Deloney, Mablevale, Ark.
Elvis Garcia, Tacoma, Wash. (2015 USA Boxing National Championships bronze medalist)
Alante Green, Cleveland, Ohio
Shawn Johnson, Rochester, N.Y.
Colby Madison, Ownings Mills, Md.
Christian Palu, Oakland, Calif.
Manase Raikadroka, Inglewood, Calif.
Kiko Russell, Columbus, Ohio
Benjamin Sinakin, Philadelphia, Pa.
Nkosi Solomon, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Timothy Starson, Little Rock, Ark.
Casey Straw, Dania Beach, Fla.
Cashton Young, Los Angeles, Calif.

 

 
     
     
   
 
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