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Old 10-08-2012, 12:41 AM #2
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A scholarship specifically for your boxing is unlikely. I think USA Boxing might do a few scholarships, but overall all that stopped when colleges stopped having their own boxing teams.

However, being involved in a sport/extracurricular activity like boxing and doing well in it will increase your standing of getting into a college as well as potential scholarships from the college based on the 'entire package' (your grades, ACT/SAT, app letter, and sports).

As long as your grades don't suffer from you hanging in the gym all day boxing can only help you. Good luck!
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