National U.S. Collegiate Hurling Champions
The first ever U.S. National Collegiate Gaelic Athletic Association (NCGAA) hurling championship took place in 2011. Indiana University won the first championship, beating UC Berkeley 3-4 (13) to 1-6 (9). The University of Montana became the first team to win the championship back-to-back in 2014 and 2015.
The NCGAA Championship is held annually on Memorial Weekend. Winners of the U.S. NCGAA hurling championship include:
|2011||Indiana University||Gaelic Park, Chicago, IL|
|2012||Purdue University ||Treasure Island, San Francisco, CA|
|2013||University of California, Berkeley||Purdue, Indiana|
|2014||University of Montana, Missoula||Gaelic Park, New York|
|2015||University of Montana, Missoula||Missoula, Montana|
|2016||University of Connecticut||Boulder, Colorado|
In 2014, a second lower division of the championship known as the Shield was introduced. The University of Pittsburgh won the Shield in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
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