Meet Your 2016 Elite USA Boxing National Champions

Dec. 15, 2016, 3:24 p.m. (ET)

On the last night of bouts in Kansas City, 20 elite boxers walked out of the ring as National Champions. Here are your 2016 Elite National Champions that will represent Team USA throughout 2017.

106 lbs: Jacquelyn Cuddeback, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, dec. Hillary Perez, 3-2


108 lbs: Nicholas Scaturchio, Hartsdale, N.Y., dec. Efrain Sanchez, 4-1


112 lbs: Virginia Fuchs, Kemah, Texas, dec. Marlen Esparza, 5-0


114 lbs: Fernando Martinez, Phoenix, Ariz., dec. Guillermo Gutierrez, 5-0


119 lbs: Christina Cruz, New York, N.Y., dec. Rianna Rios, 3-2


123 lbs: Duke Ragan, Cincinnati, Ohio, dec. Shon Mondragon, 5-0


125 lbs: Wendy Casey, Buffalo, N.Y., won by TKO over Trudy Li, TKO-3


132 lbs: Delante Johnson, Cleveland, Ohio, dec. Aaron Perez, 5-0


132 lbs: Mikaela Mayer, Colorado Springs, Colo., dec. Rashida Ellis, 5-0


141 lbs: Freudis Rojas, Las Vegas, Nev., dec. Frank Martin, 3-2


141 lbs: Stacia Suttles, Bronx, N.Y., dec. Amelia Moore, 4-1


152 lbs: Quinton Randall, Katy, Texas, dec. Brian Ceballo, 3-2


152 lbs: Stephanie Malone, Louisville, KY, dec. Nisa Rodriguez, 3-2


165 lbs: Troy Isley, Alexandria, Va., dec. Javier Martinez, 5-0


165 lbs: Oshae Jones, Toledo, Ohio, dec. Naomi Graham, 4-1


178 lbs:  Krystal Dixon, New Rochelle, N.Y., won by TKO over Ariana Borrero, TKO-1


178 lbs: Cymone Kearney, Beaumont, Texas, dec. Sean Hemphill, 4-1


178+ lbs: Danielle Perkins, Houston, Texas, won by unopposed


201 lbs: Cam Awesome, Lenexa, Kans., dec. Blake Davis, 5-0


201+ lbs: Nkosi Solomon, Brooklyn, N.Y., dec. Daniel Bean, 5-0