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2020 Middle Atlantic AAU Championships

have been cancelled due to Covid-19. We plan to reschedule for early June 2020

GRADE DIVISIONS: 2nd-12th grades

ENTRY FEE: $375           
LOCATION:  Harriton High School & Surrounding Locations

Credentials\Deadline Meeting for all Divisions will be held 3/30/20 at
Drexel Neumann Academy Gym
1901 Providence Road
Chester, PA 19013
6pm

AWARDS: 1st- 3rd place medals.
ORMAT:  3 Game minimum. Pool Play followed by bracket play

 

2019 Middle Atlantic AAU Final 4 District Championships

4th Grade

1st Place Big Dreams

3rd Place Team Evolution

5th Grade

2nd Place Team Delaware

3rd Place Philly Hurricanes

6th Grade

1st Place K-LOW Elite

2nd Place Team Delaware

3rd Place CAL Sports

7th Grade

1st Place Team Delaware

3rd Place Renegades

8th Grade

1st Place Strong Mature Minds

2nd Place K-LOW Elite

3rd Place Philly Hurricanes

9th Grade

1st Place Team Domination

2nd Place Team Evolution

10th Grade

1st Place JT Elite

3rd Place Explosion

05/18-05/19

Chichester Rec Center

Schedule Revised 5/16/2019 @ 9:30AM

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2018 District Championship link on the left for updated schedules

District Championships and National Qualifying Events for 2018

All teams MUST participate in the District Championships in order to qualify for the National Championships.

Credentials\Deadline Meeting for all Divisions DI, DII & DIII will be held
4/301/18
at

Drexel Neumann Academy Gym
1901 Providence Road
Chester, PA 19013
6pm

Coaches "MUST" come to the Credentials Meeting with their teams AAU cards and birth certificates or mail their information in prior to the meeting:
Howard Hudson
400 7th Ave
Folsom, PA 19033

 

2018 Middle Atlantic AAU

Boys’ Basketball

Division I, II & III District Championships

May 4-6, 2018: District Championships

May 18-20, 2018: Final 4 Weekend

ENTRY FEE:  $350

LOCATION:

ENTRY DEADLINE: April 30, 2018

FAQ's

AAU FrequentlyAsked Questions

Click
here to anwser the most of your AAU Bball questions. If you need furter information please
contact
Howard Hudson
howard.hudson@gmail.com
610-496-9963

 




The 15th Annual Philly USA 8th Grade
Youth Development Clinic

The 15th Annual Philly USA 8th Grade Youth Development Clinic took place Saturday at Mastery Charter Pickett Campus.  The event brought out 80 of the top 8th graders in the area for a clinic that included sessions on career development, high school core courses, new NCAA eligibility rules, station drills, 5 out offense and games.  The clinic started off with the career development session which was ran by event director Charles “Shoob” Monroe and former NBA player Lynn Greer (Engineering and Science, Temple).  Monroe and Greer talked to the student-athletes and their parents about the importance of getting an education and how there are other opportunities in basketball besides playing.  Delgreco Wilson spoke about the new NCAA eligibility sliding scale and the importance of maintaining and good GPA and SAT score in high school.  The skills and drills session was conducted by Tyrone “Krome” Garris (2 time 1st team All Sun Belt, Tournament MVP 1996), Marvin Stinson (Norfolk State) and renowned basketball trainer Irv Magill of Court Sense.

Here is a list of 30 notable players during the event.

Amir Adams – 5’9” St. Martin de Porres – son of former Roman standout Clayton “Stink” Adams, Amir defended well and showed a good all-around game.
Ahmir Harris – 5’10” St. Martin de Porres – most unselfish player in the clinic, took the challenge of guarding the opposing teams best player and held his own on every occasion .
Christopher Garland – 5’11” St. Raymond’s – high energy player that did whatever was needed for his team.  Shot the ball well and did the dirty work.
Craig Logan – 5’10” – Girard College – fierce competitor on both ends of the floor.  Thrived in the open court floor.  Good finisher through contact at the rim.
Damir Baez – 6’1” Chester Community Charter – physically imposing guard who intimidated the opposition and could not be guarded.  Scored on all 3 levels with relative ease.  Played with a chip on his shoulder and proved to be one of the top players in the area.
Devon Lee – 5’9” Math and Science Academy heady point guard who always made the right play.  Didn’t allow the defense to slow him down or speed him up.  Executed the pick and roll and hit the open jump shot. Surprised many and built a nice buzz at the clinic with his mature play.
Devon Jones – 6’0” St. Edmonds Academy (DE) – fooled many with his linebacker build.  Was one of the most entertaining players at the clinic.  Jones took over the point guard spot and displayed a flashy handle and good vision.  A willing passer who set up teammates for easy baskets
Donovan Rodriguez – 5’11” Spraunce - came into the clinic virtually unknown and left as one of the top players.  A do it all guard who exceled attacking the basket and scoring.  Created shots for others and challenged the big name guards.  Proved he is without question one the better guards in Philly.  Many inquiries from area coaches and scouts.
Eddie Evans – 6’3” Willingboro (NJ) –  was the top wing performer at the clinic.  Graceful in the open court and explosive going to the rim Evans showed qualities of a good prospect.  Knocked down contested jump shots and patrolled the paint.
Elijah Taylor – 6’7” St. Martin de Porres – elite defensive player who changed shots and rebounded the ball at a high rate. Runs the floor very well. Still raw offensively but consistently knocked down 10-15 ft jump shots.  One of the area’s top prospects.
Gabriel Harvey – 5’8’ Friere Charter – flashy guard who showed a shake and bake handle and no look passes.  Effective at getting into the paint and feeding teammates for easy buckets.
Hakim Byrd - 5’4” St. Martin de Porres – cat quick guard who gave defenders headaches. Whizzed pass defenders with ease by using many hesitation moves.  Very good passer and 3 point shooter. Byrd was one of top on ball defenders at the clinic and most competitive.
Jah’kiesh Demby  - 6’4” Prestige Academy (DE) – very talented prospect who has the size of a bigman but plays with guard skills.  Showed an array of skills from crossover  pull up jumpers to post up fall away jumpers. Relentless on the glass.
Jalen Stinson – 5’2” Gesu – floor general who controlled the pace of the game, high IQ, plays the right way and hit the open jump shots.
James Ramsey – 5’10” Austin Meehan – one of the best athletes in the clinic, plays bigger than his height. Rebounded the ball well and hustles on every play.
Jayden Walker5’9” Vernon Johns (VA) – one of the best shooters in the clinic hit from all over the floor, hit 3 straight 3’s in one game.
Jordan “Noah” Collier – 6’5” Clearview (NJ)- lively bodied big who was active running the floor, blocking shots and rebounding.  Showed flashes of wing skills with his ability to put the ball on the floor and score from the perimeter.
Keshaun “Champ” Hammonds – 5’10” Holy Cross regarded as one of the top guard prospects in the area and didn’t disappoint.  Displayed smooth handle and couldn’t be kept out the lane.  Had many strong and acrobatic finishes at the rim.  Long arms allow him to be great defender.
Kevin Young – 6’1” St. Raymond’s – hard working big with high motor.  Shot the midrange ball well.  Although undersized he held his own very well and opened some eyes.
Lynn Greer III  - 5’10” Marlton  (NJ)– son of Temple great Lynn Greer was unstoppable scoring the ball, offensive skillset was on full display.  Flashy handle with DEEP range.  When guarded closely he beat his man off the dribble and when given space consistently knocked down jump shots.  Will no doubt be one the best scorers in his class.  Top 5 performer at the clinic.
Montez McNeil – 6’5’ Loyola Blakefield (MD) – Manchild…wasted no time asserting himself as the most dominant player in camp. High motor player scored around the basket with both hands and controlled the paint with block shots and rebounds. One of the top prospects on the east coast .
Micah Mazzccua – 6’4” Wordsworth Academy – strong post player with very good fundamentals.  One of the clinics best rebounders. 
Ny’Mire Little – 6’0” Drexel Academy- Smooth and savvy guard who was a jack of all trades.  Toyed with defenders throughout the clinic. High basketball IQ for his age.  Scorer with facilitating skills. Top 5 performer at the clinic.
Semaj Oliver – 6’0” Roosevelt – skilled savvy wing who played with toughness.  Solid ball handle and vision.  Excels in transition.
Tommy Dennis – 6’5” Assumption of the Blessing Virgin Mary – hardest worker at the clinic.  Competitive spirt spread to the whole team.  Crashed the boards, ran floor, dove for loose balls and blocked shots.  Many inquires about the West Grove native.
Tyrese Watson  - 5’7” Independence Charter – the youngest of the Watson brothers Tyrese was easily the camps top facilitator. Very good handle and vision. Bullied smaller guards and took bigger guards off the dribble.  Doesn’t turn the ball over and changes pace well.
Tyonte Gibson – 5’7” Nativity School – small guard with lots of toughness.  Continually challenged the  bigger guards.  Scored off of floaters.
Xavier Pena – 6’1” Monongahela (NJ) – long distance snipers was one of the clinics best shooters.
Xavier Samuels – 6’2” Cyber School- glue guy who did everything that needed.  Set screens always made the right pass.
Yassir Stover – 5’3” Sprauncebig heart attacked the basket played great floor game.

2015 Middle Atlantic
AAU DI & DII
Final 4 Recap

Championship Games

10 and Under
Triple Threat 54 Team Philly 31

First half action we saw both teams full court pressing. But Triple Threat full court trap was more effective. Behind the 3pt shooting of Ernest Shelton, Triple Threat take a 34-16 lead into halftime over Team Philly. In the 3rd quarter the 3pt shooting of Dylan Blair and Shawn Gee helped Triple Threat open up to a 48-23 lead at the end of the 3rd. The fourth quarter wasnt any different as Triple Threat cruised to an easy 54-31 victory in the AAU District 10U Championship game. Triple Threat was led by MVP Ernest Shelton 14pts. Ayubb Noble 13pts led Team Philly.

11 and Under
Team Philly 40 Team Final 37

A hard fought first half had Team Philly taking a 20-19 lead into halftime behind the back court Lamar Glover and Shawn Battle. Both players combined for 17 of the teams 20 first half pts. Second half action (in particular the 4 quarter) Shawn Battle dominated the quarter and scored 19 total pts helping Team Philly secure the 11U AAU District Championship with a 40-37 win over Team Final. Shawn Battle was named the MVP of the game. Jake Brooks score 13 pts for the losing team.

12 and Under
Triple Threat 44 Team Philly 19

The first half was all Triple Threat paced by Chris Evans (Son of Temple University great Howie Evans) and Jaylon Worley. Both players scored 9 pts as Triple Threat led Team Philly 28-12 at the half. Nothing changed in the second half as Triple Threat went on to crush Team Philly 44-19 in the AAU 12U District Championship game. Chris Evans led all scorers with 15 pts and was named the games MVP.


 

13 and Under
Chester Select 50 Team Philly 29

Chester Select dominated Team Philly in the first half of the 13U AAU District Championship game. Damir Baez was a force in the first half as he scored 9 pts to help Chester Select gain a 28-9 lead over Team Philly in the first half. Chester Select continued its dominance in the second half and went on to a win 50-29. Damir Baez scored 13 pts and was named MVP of the game.

 

14 and Under
Triple Threat 38 Rip City 34

With a slow pace and not too much offensive action in the first half, a prayers shot to beat the buzzer (from just across the half court) gave Rip City a 17-15 lead going into halftime time over Triple Threat. The pace of the game picked up somewhat in the second half. Fortunately for Triple Threat Asim Richards muscled his way to 9 pts 12 Rebs, 4 steals and 3 block shots to help Triple Threat squeeze out a 38-25 victory to win the 14Under AAU District Championship. Richards was named the games MVP. Kieve Turner led Rip City with 10 pts.

15 and Under
Team Final NESB

Team Final struggled early and was down 6pt until 61 reserve shooting guard Shawn Johnson (12 pts in the first half) helped Team Final take a 28-24 lead into halftime over NESB. Team Final out gutted NESB in the second half as 64 WF Khyrie Temple exploded for 18 second half second half pts to help Team Final win the 15U District Championship game Temple the games MVP finished with 24 pts. Rahsool Faison led NESB with 18 pts.

16 and Under
York Ballers 67 Team Final 56

The first half was a game of runs with 3 lead changes until The York Ballers seized the lead at the half 28-25. Jacques Casiano 8pts led the York Ballers and Maurice Murray had 8 pts for Team Final. In the 2nd half The York Ballers stormed out to 11 pts lead early in the 3rd, but Team Final got within 5pts before losing the AAU 16U District Championship game 67-56 to The York Ballers. Jalen Gabbidon (who scored 27 pts including six 3 pointers) was named the games MVP. Matt Cotton and Maurice Murray score 11 pts apiece to lead Team Final in scoring.

17 and Under
The Cat 56 Team 302

Team 302 jump out to an early 6pt lead and eventually took a 32-25 lead over the CATS into half time. The CATS stormed back with their precise 3pt shooting and aggressive defense tying the game 39-39 heading into the 4th quarter. The 4th quarter had 3 lead changes and the game wastied up at 52 until Desmond Kreider hit the go head foul line jump shot with 10 seconds to go. The CATS won the 17U AAU District Championship 56-52 and Kreider was name the MVP of the game. Javier Worthy led Team 302 in score with 20 pts.



2015 Middle Atlantic

AAU DI, DII & DIII
Final 4 Schedules

Schedule Changed 4/30/15 @10AM

All teams must register online with AAU #'s
All teams must bring
COPIES of their Rosters, Birth Certificates and Report Cards. No player will participate with out the proper crendentials.
Please arrive 30 minutes before your game so your credentials can be reviewed and your team registered

2015 Middle Atlantic AAU
DI & II
Final 4 Schedule
Saturday May 2, 2015

Location
Upper Chichester Recreation Center
8400 Furey Road
Upper Chichester, PA 19061
Time Gym Age Team (Home) Score Team
(Away)
Score
8:00 AM UC
1
10U Team Future 30 Philly Triple Threat 60
8:00 AM UC
2
10U Team Final 33 Team Philly 35
9:15AM UC
1
11U Philly Triple Threat 44 Team Philly 47
9:15AM UC
2
11U Team Final 45 Mid-Jersey Heat 32
10:30AM UC
1
12U Team Philly 56 Chester Select 48
10:30AM UC
2
12U Team Cam 25 Philly Triple Threat 63
11:45AM UC
1
13U Play Hard Squad (Hollow) 65 Team Philly 68
11:45AM UC
2
13U Team Final (Red) 60 Chester Select 67
1:00PM UC
1
15U NESB Sports 61 Franklin Force 57
1:00PM UC
2
16U Sharon Knights 57 York Ballers 2017 82
2:15PM UC
1
15U Team Final 74 Malvern Legends 55
2:15PM UC
2
17U Northeast Sting 74 Team 302 77
3:30PM UC
1
14U Central PA Elite 59 Rip City 70
3:30PM UC
2
16U Team Final 2018 67 Team Final (Red) 66
4:45PM UC
1
14U Philly Pride\Triple Threat 59 Del Val Grayhounds 21
4:45PM UC
2
17U CATS 67 Hotshots Global 45
2015 Middle Atlantic AAU
DI & II
Final 4

Championship & Consolation Games
Sunday May 3, 2015
Time Gym Age Team (Home) Score Team (Away) Score
8:00 AM UC
1
Chip
10U Philly Triple Threat 54 Team Philly 31
8:00AM UC
2 Cons
10U Team Final 50 Team Future 17
9:15 AM UC
1
Chip
11U Team Philly 40 Team Final 37
9:15 AM UC
2
Cons
11U Philly Triple Threat 39 Mid-Jersey Heat 41
10:30AM UC
1
Chip
12U Philly Triple Threat 44 Team Philly 19
10:30AM UC
2
Cons
12U Team Cam 31 Chester Select 32
11:45AM UC
1
Chip
13U Chester Select 50 Team Philly 24
11:45AM UC
2
Cons
13U Team Final Red 71 Play Hard 82
1:00PM UC
1
Chip
14U Rip City 34 Philly Triple Threat 38
1:00PM UC
2
Cons
14U Central PA Elite 72 DelVal Grayhounds 66
2:15PM UC
1
Chip
15U NESB Sports 53 Team Final 79
2:15PM UC
2
Cons
15U Franklin Force 57 Malvern Ledgends 36
3:30PM UC
1
Chip
16U York Ballers 2017 67 Team Final 2018 56
3:30PM UC
2
Cons
16U Sharon Knights 61 Team Final Red 69
4:45PM UC
1
Chip
17U Team 302 52 CATS 56
4:45PM UC
2
Cons
17U Northeast Sting 53 Hotshots Global 38

2015 Middle Atlantic AAU
DIII
Final 4
Semi Final Schedule
Saturday May 2, 2015

Location

William Allen High School

106 N 17th St

Allentown, PA 18102

Time Gym Grade Team (Home) Score Team (Away) Score
8:00 AM WA CT1 10U EYSC Elite 610ers (2023)   CPB Class Acts  
8:00 AM WA CT2 10U Reading Kids That Ball   EYSC Travel  
9:15AM WA CT1 11U Team Final Red (2022)   Cal Sports Academy  
9:15AM WA CT2 11U Reading Kids That Ball   Competitive Edge  
10:30AM WA CT1 12U SJ Blitz   EYSC Elite 610ers (2021)  
10:30AM WA CT2 12U Competitive Edge   Reading Kids That Ball  
11:45AM WA CT1 13U Malvern Legends   Northeast Spirit  
11:45AM WA CT2 13U ESYC Elite 610ers (2020)   Integrity Sports  
1:00PM WA CT1 14U Ocean Basketball   Renegades (Teel)  
1:00PM WA CT2 14U York Ballers (Salters)   Dejavu  
2:15PM WA CT1 15U Reading KTB   Northeast Spirit (Haybert)  
2:15PM WA CT2 15U Sharpshooters   Advanced Hoops  
2015 Middle Atlantic AAU
Final 4

Championship & Consolation Games
Sunday May 3, 2015
Time Gym Grade Team (Home) Score Team (Away) Score
8:00 AM WA CT1
Chip
10U        
8:00AM WA CT2 Cons 10U        
9:15 AM WA CT1
Chip
11U        
9:15 AM WA CT2
Cons
11U        
10:30AM WA CT1
Chip
12U        
10:30AM WA CT2
Cons
12U        
11:45AM WA CT1
Chip
13U        
11:45AM WA CT2
Cons
13U        
1:00PM WA CT1
Chip
14U        
1:00PM WA CT2
Cons
14U        
2:15PM WA CT1
Chip
15U        
2:15PM WA CT2
Cons
15U        
 

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