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100 Years of Cal Boxing 1916-2016

If you missed the big banquet and celebration of 100 years of boxing at Cal, here’s the next best thing.

100 Years of Cal Boxing 1916-2016 ” is a collection of news clippings, first hand stories, photographs, and archives from numerous sources in celebration of the UC Berkeley Boxing Club, the longest continuous intercollegiate boxing program in the United States. It was written by Paul Rein, a former Cal boxer.

Paul Rein, 1965 graduate of Cal and a 1968 graduate of U.C. Berkeley’s Boalt Hall, has practiced law in Alameda County for 47 years. For the last 41 years he has used litigation to protect the Civil Rights of physically disabled persons, challenging architectural barriers and other forms of discrimination, using California law and the Amercans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (the “ADA”). He has previously authored “Full and Equal Access: Disabled Rights Litigation in California” and “The Boxer and the Storyteller” (co-authored with the late Jim Hughes).

Cal Celebrates 100 Years of Boxing

Please join Cal Boxers and friends at UC Berkeley’s Memorial Stadium Field Club on Saturday, May 7th, 2016 between 5:00 to 9:00 pm to celebrate a century of student boxing… the longest running college boxing program in the nation!

Activities will include socializing with past and present boxers, a buffet banquet, no host bar, silent auction, a power point presentation of the history of boxing on campus and reminisces by alumni pugilists.


California Memorial Stadium on the east side of the UC Berkeley campus.  The Stadium Parking Structure address is 2175 Gayley Road.  From the parking structure, you’ll walk up the cement steps and enter via Gate 2. From that point you’ll walk along the Goldman Plaza and enter the doors to the Hall of Fame Lobby and then into the Field Club. There will be Cal staff to assist in ushering guests to where you need to go.


May 7, 2016
5:00 pm to 6:30 pm – No host bar
6:30 pm to 9:00 pm – Dinner and program

Ticket Prices

Tickets need to be purchased no later than April 29th!!
Gold level –  $1,000 includes 4 tickets
Silver level   –  $500 includes 2 tickets
Bronze level – $250 includes 1 ticket
Individual  –  $100 includes 1 ticket
Young alum rate (10 years or less out of college) – $65 includes 1 ticket

Gold, Silver and Bronze supporters will be recognized in the event program.

Purchase Tickets

By check payable to
“Friends of CA Boxing”
c/o Chris Morales
753 Cole St.
San Francisco, CA 94117

Or at www.eventbrite.com/e/100-years-ofcal-boxing-tickets-22548326652

Payment must be received no later than Thursday, April 29
at 5:00 pm. (Thanks, we need to give the caterer an exact head count).


Best bet is to use the Stadium Parking Structure.  The City of Berkeley strictly enforces its street parking so be sure to read any and all signs. Parking tickets are steep.

The Stadium Parking Garage under Maxwell Family Field is just north of the Stadium and is the closest parking facility.