Email: Phone: 574-631-9325 Address: University of Notre Dame C/o Boxing 319 Duncan Student Center Notre Dame, Indiana 46556
Email: Phone: 574-631-9325 Address: University of Notre Dame C/o Boxing 319 Duncan Student Center Notre Dame, Indiana 46556

The 89th Annual Bengal Bouts Finals

The FINALS of the 89th Annual Bengal Bouts are happening tomorrow night starting at 7 p.m. in Purcell Pavilion! We are excited to see you there! Tickets are available online and at the Notre Dame Ticket Office of Purcell Pavilion. 

If you plan on tuning in through the Live Stream, here is the link:

Please reach out to with any questions regarding the finals! 

Ticket Information

Tickets for the 89th Annual Bengal Bouts are available online or for purchase from a participating boxer! 

To purchase tickets from the ticket office, please click here! 

Tournament Dates and Times

• Preliminaries // February 14, 2019 – Purcell Pavilion 7:00 p.m.
• Quarterfinals // February 19, 2019 – Dahnke Ballroom – 7:00 p.m.
• Semifinals // February 25, 2019 – Dahnke Ballroom – 7:00 p.m.
• Finals // March 1, 2019 – Purcell Pavilion – 7:00 p.m.


Please email with any questions regarding ticket purchases!



#19Kin19Days Fundraising Campaign! 


We are halfway through our #19Kin19Days Social Media Campaign! The Notre Dame Boxing Student Managers are using social media to share information about the Missions, highlight the handwork of our boxers, and showcase some of the work that happens behind the scenes to make the Bengal Bouts possible. Over the past week and a half, we have celebrated “89 Day,” “Workout Wednesday,” “Fuel Your Body Friday” and more! To check out some of the videos, photos, and fun facts we have been sharing, be sure to follow our social media accounts!

Instagram: @bengalboutsboxing  

Facebook: Notre Dame Men’s Boxing 

Twitter: @bengalbouts


We are excited to introduce you to our Captains for the 2019 Bengal Bouts Season! 


Ryan Richelsen 

Year: Senior 

Hometown: Medina, MN 

Years Boxing: 4 

Major: Mechanical Engineering 

“I initially joined the club to learn how to box and very quickly bought into the main goal of fundraising for the Holy Cross Missions in Bangladesh. The commitment of the other boxers and coaches to create something greater than themselves is contagious. The people I have met and the funds raised for the Missions are the main reason why I am part of the Bengal Bouts.” 


Vice President

Michael Feijoo 

Year: Senior 

Hometown: Queens, NY

Years Boxing: 4 

Major: Theology & Pre-Health

“I originally got involved with boxing to stay fit during college. Now, my favorite part is that I can use my interest in and knowledge of Fitness to benefit the children under the care of the Holy Cross missions in Bangladesh.”



Vice President

Jack McDermott 

Year: Senior 

Hometown: Mt. Prospect, IL 

Years Boxing: 4 

Major: Applied Math & Economics 

“My favorite part of boxing is getting hit for the first time after stepping into the ring.  The adrenaline kicks in, the butterflies go away, and the fun begins!”



Senior Officer

Dominic Angelotti 

Year: Senior

Hometown: Midland, MI

Years Boxing: 4

Major: ACMS 

” I first just wanted a good way to get in shape and meet some new guys (I transferred in as a sophomore) so I decided to go to practice one day. I was hooked immediately by the workouts and learning the skill of boxing, but also soon found the fundraising aspect to be really incredible. In all, there are so many benefits, both personal and for helping others, that make Bengal Bouts great and made me want to stick with it”


Senior Captains 

Dan Wilborn 

Year: Senior 

Hometown: Rochester, NY

Years Boxing: 3

Major: Computer Science & Economics 

 “I originally joined boxing because my friends told me I couldn’t do it. I’ve stuck around because of the discipline boxing gives me in my life, the chance to give back to a good cause, and the many close friends I’ve made in the program.”

Montana Giordano

 Year: Senior 

Hometown: Belle Chasse, LA 

Years Boxing: 4 

Major: Political Science 

“I initially joined Bengal bouts because I was looking for a fun extracurricular on campus. I immediately fell in love with the camaraderie of the club and the club’s mission to raising money for those less fortunate in Bangladesh. My favorite part of the Bangel Bouts is watching boxers become passionate about raising money for people they haven’t met half way across the world.”


Cam Nolan

Year: Senior 
Hometown: Alpharetta, GA
Years Boxing: 4 
Major: Mechanical Engineering 

“I got involved to challenge myself. I stuck around for the Mission, to practice and train to serve those in need. “ 



Michael Krecek 

Year: Senior 

Hometown: LaGrange, IL 

Years Boxing: 4 

Major: Finance

“I learned about Bengal Bouts in high school and thought that if I got it to Notre Dame it would be the best way to serve others, get in the best shape of my life, and learn a new sport. I also saw it as an opportunity continue the boxing legacy of my grandfather who competed in the early 1950s at Notre Dame.”



Junior Captains 


Parker Revers 

Year: Junior 

Hometown: Denver, CO

Years Boxing: 3 

Major: Finance & History 

“Joined because I wanted to stay active during college, but fell in love with the club when I realized it was competitive sport for a social cause. My favorite part of boxing is the Mac workouts because he routinely pushes us.”



Tim Leisenring

Year: Junior 

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

Years Boxing: 3 

Major: Business Analytics 

“I started boxing because my mom told me not to. My favorite part is pushing myself every day with my teammates.”




Taylor Vucinich

Year: Junior 

Hometown: Palmdale, CA

Years Boxing: 3 

Major: IT Management 

“Competition is what got me started in boxing, but the mission is predominantly what has kept me around.  I always wanted sports to be a big part of my college life and this has allowed for that. However being a part of such an amazing cause has been the best part of my college experience.”



Save the Dates!!

We are excited to announce the dates for the 89th Annual Bengal Bouts Tournament!

Preliminaries // February 14th, 2019 – Purcell Pavilion 7 p.m.
Quarterfinals // February 19th, 2019 – Dahnke Ball Room – 7 p.m.
Semifinals //February 25th, 2019 – Dahnke Ballroom – 7 p.m.
Finals // March 1st, 2019 – Purcell Pavilion – 7 p.m.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Check out the Bengal Bouts Stream Page, where you can watch the bouts live, see live social media analysis, and read the matchup descriptions. Archived Prelim and Quarterfinal streams can be found there as well, along with all of the updated brackets

The 2018 dates have been finalized and are as follows:

Preliminaries – Thursday, February 15th – 7 p.m. -Purcell Pavilion

Quarterfinals – Monday, February 19th – 7 p.m. – Dahnke Family Ballroom

Semifinals – Monday, February 26th – 7 p.m. – Dahnke Family Ballroom

Finals – Friday, March 2nd – 7 p.m. – Purcell Pavilion

Welcome (back) to School! The Men’s Boxing Season is tentatively set to begin around fall break (mid-October). For any information concerning this season please reach out to the president of the team:
Pat Gordon (Senior, Keough) 817-879-2122

We’re about two thirds of the way through our 15k in 15 Days campaign and so far we have raised $12,526! Every year, we challenge our supporters to help us raise at least 15,000 dollars in just 15 days and celebrate each day with a unique theme. With only six days remaining in the campaign, we’re excited to continue to teach you all more about our program, boxers, and passion. Make sure to keep up with our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram in order to stay updated on our latest 15K in 15 Days campaign themes and activities. 

The first night of our 87th annual Bengal Bouts tournaments begins next Tuesday, February 14th! The tournament will begin at 6pm. Our boxers are all over campus selling tickets, but if you need to buy them online, make sure you check out the link below! Tickets will also be available for purchase at the door. Can’t wait to see you all there!