Welcome to GA AAU Basketball 2017


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2016 National Champions

National Champions

The 5th grade North Georgia Venom team won the D2 Championship in Bloomington, Indiana. We went 4-0 in pool play beating the following teams Tennessee Lady Ballerz, Heart of Illinois, Hoosier Elite, IN and Southern Kentucky Starz. We then proceeded to go 3-0 in bracket play beating Tennessee Flight, Indiana Flight and Team Dayton, OH. We then went on to win the Championship game beating Michigan Legacy 25-20.

Thanks for your support and the continued excellence of AAU basketball in Georgia.

Troy Schulz
North Georgia Venom Head Coach 5th Grade

Georgia Girls AAU Basketball 2016 Season

Thanks to all the players and parents that have helped to grow AAU in Georgia. In 2012 we 10th in the nation in growth and in 2013, we grew another 4 percent. Our tournaments are better and the number of tournaments are increasing at a rate we have not experienced before. More teams participated in our state tournament than in the last 6 years. In 2014, Georgia sent 34 teams to compete in national tournament which was third in the nation. All of our teams did well.Squeezing through but not giving up

In 2015, we will have local AAU tornaments beginning in March and run through May.Our state tournaments will be held on the first three weekends in May. This year our state tournaments will use electronic scheduling as well as results that can be sent to your cell phone and will also populate on this web site.These tournaments can be found on this web site as well as on the national website www.aaugirlsbasketball.org.  Also you must play in your district tournament to go to Nationals.

Please keep in mind that all adult coaches and bench personal will have to under go a back ground check before they receive their membership. This can take several days, so plan ahead. 2015 will be a banner year for Georgia AAU girls basketball. Come be a part of the excitement and success and watch your daughter grow not only as a basketball player but as an individual. Any questions, please fell free to contact me by email.

Once again, thanks for all you do.

Wayne Wheeler
District Sports Chair
Girls Basketball Georgia