Mid-Atlantic Division GAa

The Mid-Atlantic Division of the United States Gaelic Athletic Association (USGAA) was established in 2016 to administer to the continuing growth of GAA games in the Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia region. The Division currently organizes teams in Washington D.C., Maryland (Baltimore), and Virginia (Alexandria, Virginia Beach/Norfolk and Richmond); and is continuing to grow within the Mid-Atlantic region.

  Mid-Atlantic Division Board 

Brittany 

Walsh

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Chair

Kaitlynn

Glover

Vice Chair

Karen

Blum

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Secretary

Jennifer

Shafer

Registrar

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Bob

Akamine

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Treasurer

BRIDGET

MCCARTHY

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Public Relations Officer

  USGAA National CHAMPIONSHIPS  

by Mid Atlantic Teams

Baltimore
Bohemians


2016
intermediate Camogie

2012
Junior a Camogie

Junior B Men’s
Gaelic Football

2011

Junior C Men’s
Gaelic Football


2010
Junior D Men’s
Gaelic Football

2014
Junior b Premier Hurling 

2009
Junior A Camogie

Junior B Hurling

Junior c Men's

Gaelic Football

2008

Junior a Ladies’s
Gaelic Football

 

2006
Junior b Hurling 

2004
Junior A Camogie

2001

Junior b Men’s
Gaelic Football

1998

Junior b Men’s
Gaelic Football

Washington DC Gaels

Michael
Collins


2018
Junior D Men’s

Gaelic Football
 

Coastal

Virginia

 

2018
Junior A Camogie

Junior C Hurling

Mason
Dixon


2011

Junior D Men’s
Gaelic Football

2009

Junior d Men's
Gaelic Football

THE USGAA

The USGAA is the governing body responsible for promoting the sports of Hurling, Camogie, and Men's and Ladies Gaelic Football in the United States.

In the USGAA, there are over 130 adult, collegiate and youth clubs spread throughout approximately 50 cities across the United States (this list does not include all the cities that boast clubs):

  • Akron

  • Albany

  • Albuquerque

  • Alexandria, VA

  • Allentown

  • Atlanta

  • Austin

  • Baltimore

  • Boston

  • Buffalo

  • Burlingame

  • Charlotte

  • Chicago

  • Cincinnati

  • Cleveland

  • Dallas

  • Denver

  • Detroit

  • Fort Lauderdale

  • Houston

  • Indianapolis

  • Kalamazoo

  • Kansas City

  • Little Rock

  • Los Angeles

  • Madison

  • Milwaukee

  • Norfolk

  • Oakland

  • Orange County

  • Orlando

  • Philadelphia

  • Phoenix

  • Pittsburgh

  • Portland, ME

  • Portland, OR

  • Richmond

  • Rochester

  • St. Louis

  • San Diego

  • San Francisco

  • San Jose

  • Seattle

  • Syracuse

  • Tampa

  • Twin Cities

  • Washington DC

  • Worcester

These clubs participate in Divisional Championship competitions to qualify for the National Finals in their respective sport and grade of competition.