Welcome to the homepage for men's Team Handball at West Point. Founded in the 1975-1976 season, West Point's handball program has a proud and rich tradition. We are one of the oldest active handball clubs in the US and are the current & 7-time defending Collegiate National Champions, the bronze medal winner in the Elite National Club Championships 2013, and are the current Armed Forces Cup Champions. In our club's 37 years of existence, we've been ranked as USTHB's College Champions 26 times. We have sent over 30 members of our team to international competition as Olympians or members of Team USA or the Army's World Class Athlete program.
We play our home games in Arvin gymnasium on the campus of the United States Military Academy at West Point. Much like West Point's very successful rugby program, we are a Cadet Competitive Club team, meaning that we are not an NCAA sanctioned sport. However, our team receives "authorizations", allowing the members of the team to participate in practices in lieu of drill and travel on competition trips versus other college programs as well as top non-collegiate club programs. West Point has a long tradition of working closely with the national governing body of the sport, currently USA Team Handball.
2012 California Cup Champions
Team after winning the 2011 Commander-in-Chief trophy
2011 Team Photo
2010 Team Photo
The Black squad hoists the Blue Cup in Chapel Hill for the 2nd straight year, 14 February 2010
The Black Squad after wining the 23rd Falcon Cup, US Air Force Academy, 7 Mar 2010
At the 2010 Collegiate Championships, West Point swept the field with Black taking the gold medal and Gold coming in a close second 30-25
Thank you to the West Point Parents Club for coming out and supporting us at the Minnesota Fall Classic 2010.
The Black squad after the Chicago Inter Challenge Oct 2009
Watch us shoot down Air Force 28-27 in a penalty shoot out 6 Nov 09
The Black squad wearing throw back jerseys after defeating Carolina THC 28-18 at the West Point Invitational
The guys cross train with West Point's national champion Judo team
Jack Gibson wins the
2010 Coach K Award