College National Champions


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West Point has set the standard for excellence by becoming the dominate collegiate team handball program in the country since its founding in 1976. We have won the collegiate national championship in 26 of our 34 years of existence. In the old days, the championship was determined from the highest standings for a college team at the national finals tournament. Since the Atlanta Olympics in 1996, the process of determining the College National Champion has been its own separate competition. In recent years, West Point, Air Force, and North Carolina have been the dominate college programs, with Army winning the last seven and 26 of the last 33 titles.
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- 1976
- 1979
- 1980
- 1981
- 1982
- 1985 (at Colorado Springs, CO)
- 1986
- 1987
- 1989
- 1990
- 1991
- 1992
- 1993
- 1996
- 1997
- 1998
- 1999 (def UNC 20-13 in final at Emory University. Also def. UGA, Ga Tech, Air Force, & Middle Ga. College)
- 2000 (def. Air Force 28-11 in final at UNC. Also def. Ga Southern, Furhman, Ohio St, Benedict Coll, & UNC)
- 2001 (defeated UNC 26-15 in final in Atlanta, GA. Also defeated Ga. St, Lander Coll, & Middle Ga. Coll)
- 2007 (defeated UNC in finals)
- 2008 (defeated UNC in finals at West Point, NY)
- 2009 (defeated UNC in finals at USAFA)
- 2010 (defeated WP Gold in finals at Myrtle Beach, SC. Defeated Texas A&M, Tar Heel, & Carolina, in prelims & semis)
- 2011 (defeated WP Gold in finals at Air Force Academy. Defeated Texas A&M, Carolina, and Air Force)
- 2012 (defeated WP Gold in OT in the finals, Texas A&M, Carolina, and Merchant Marine Academy)
- 2013 (defeated WP Gold in finals, UNC, Ohio State, Kenesaw State, and Merchant Marine Academy)





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