Honda Campus All-Star Challenge

The Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC) is the first–ever academic competition   between students at America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities.  The HCASC takes place each year in March during the spring semester in Los Angeles, CA.

Since 1989, the Honda  Campus All-Star Challenge has brought together the nation’s best and brightest academic competitors from America’s top HBCUs.  Throughout its twenty year history, HCASC has been the  only annual academic competition between the nation’s HBCUs, touching over 50,000 students and awarding monetary grants to participating schools.

The HCASC was created to highlight the intellectual and competitive skills of HBCU students, and provide an opportunity to build life-long friendships.  During the three-day tournament, the 64 HBCU teams compete in a modified “Round Robin” format.  The top two teams from each of the eight divisions advance to the “Sweet 16”, in a single elimination playoff.  The final two teams then compete for the National Championship Title in a best of 2 out of 3 final series.

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