After an overtime victory over New York Athletic Club, defending USATH National Champion San Francisco CalHeat has overtaken the #1 spot in the NTHL Men’s Top 25. Cal Cup XV Bronze Medalist NYC remains in the #3 position, with Chicago Inter and Florida Cup Champion Army WPB round out the top five positions.

In their first matchup of the season, NYC Women defeated Boston Women 28-19, and maintain their #1 position.  #3 Chicago Inter maintains their #3 position in the US following their 2nd place result at Cal Cup XV. Army WPB and San Francisco CalHeat are tied for 4th for this month.

Stop if you’ve heard this before, Army WPB, Carolina, and Ohio State University are 1-2-3 in the Top 5 ranking. Army WPB has a Florida Cup title in their trophy cabinet, while Carolina has the Blue Cup championship in theirs. The victory by Carolina in Chapel Hill was their first back-to-back title in Blue Cup history. USAFA and Army WPG round out the Top 5.


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62th Annual Sportsfest – 31 July

The 62nd Annual Sportsfest will occur on 31 July/1 August at the Swim and Sport Club of Flanders, NJ. This ...
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Jan O’Shea Retires from Handball

After 35 years of service to the US Team Handball Community, Jan O’Shea has formally retired from the sport as ...
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Hiring Announcement: USA Deaf Team Handball

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An Update from the NTHL

On March 1st, 2020, the NTHL hosted eleven (11) matches in Charlottesville, VA and University Park, PA. These matches were ...
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USATH/IHF Referee Education Program

In conjunction with the International Handball Federation, USA Team Handball has announced a series of four (4) online referee classes ...
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USATH Return-to-Play Guidelines

June 29, 2020 USA Team Handball has released its return-to-play guidelines for its clubs and athletes. The return-to-play guidelines may ...
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An Update Regarding 2020 Club National Championships

via USA Team Handball: June 24, 2020 Update on USA Team Handball’s National Championship event It is with a heavy ...
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(Aaron Hamm skies for the shot against USAFA-B.) Before we begin, you should know that Army West Point Black is ...
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March’s Top 25 – NYC is #1 Again

(Los Angeles Team Handball Club poses with their gold medals from the Valley of the Sun tournament in February. How ...
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Women’s Top 5 – Any Clarity in the #1 Spot?

(Former Youth National Team/Ocean Team Handball back Olivia Goncerz shoots over an Army West Point player. Was her new team’s ...
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A Message from the Northeast Team Handball League regarding COVID-19

Hi everyone, Like every sporting league in the country, we’ve suspended operations. Be safe, follow the protocols of your local ...
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February’s Top 5 – Who is a Contender for Collegiate Nationals?

(The last time Army West Point Black didn’t win the CNC, Pluto was a planet. This is not a meme.) ...
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February 2020 Women’s Top 5 – Boston or New York?

(NYC is used to tough battles after last summer’s SuperGlobe; they’re in a head-to-head race with BTH right now for ...
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February’s Top 25 Rankings Are In – And Then Immediately Made Irrelevant?

(NYC got back on their winning ways in January; can they move up from #3?) February’s rankings comprised on events ...
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