Loc Ho was assistant coach, team captain, and boxed at 139 lbs, 132 lbs, and 125 lbs for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill boxing team from 2016-2019. He has trained hundreds of novices and seasoned athletes and created the program’s year-long training curriculum that has proven to take complete beginners to elite collegiate competitors. With Loc as assistant coach for three years, the program placed six athletes regionally and nationally, including the program’s first men’s national champion at 119 lbs and a national runner-up at 195 lbs. Loc is currently studying law in the Bay Area (at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law).
Le Ho boxed at 132 lbs, 125 lbs, and 119 lbs for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill men’s boxing team from 2015-2019. As of 2020, Le is the University’s most decorated boxer in its history, winning two most-outstanding boxer awards, two regional championships, and its first men’s national championship. Le made the national collegiate All-Stars team in 2019 and was awarded the USA Boxing Foundation Scholarship for athletes pursing higher education. Le is currently studying law at the University of North Carolina School of Law.
We see boxing as a test of character: how hard you can work, how much skill you can develop, and whether you will give up. We’ve sparred with champions and pro boxers. We’ve competed, and we’ve trained many beginner and experienced boxers. We also trained each other, which has allowed us to analyze the sport and experiment with training methods, nutrition, tactics, and strategies–what works and what doesn’t. We aim to pass this information along.