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Record number of college recruiters attend AAU/NT Meltdown
Congratulations to our Summer Jam Winners:
Lake Minnetonka: Minnesota Fury 2016 Elite
Lake Nokomis: North Tartan 10th EYBL/North Tartan 10th Elite
Lake of the Woods: 43 Hoops 14U Black
Leech Lake: MN Suns Fassett
White Bear Lake: So-Minn. Fury 2017
Lake Calhoun: All Iowa Attack 10th National Jones
Red Lake: Metro Stars 14U
Mille Lacs Lake: So-Minn. Fury 2018
Lake Harriet: Minnesota Stars Nelson
Otter Tail Lake: Minnesota Fury 2019 Gold
Pelican Lake: Minnesota Fury 2020 Blue
Gull Lake: Kingdom Hoops 13U Elite
Birch Lake: So-Minn. Fury 2020
Rainy Lake: All Iowa Attack 6th Nike
Lake Vermillion: Minnesota Fury 2021 Gold
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Minnesota AAU Girls Basketball is proud to offer a state championship tournament format that protects teams from unbalanced competition and determines which teams will play in the Division I or Division II Championship brackets. Our two weekend event provides Super Pool play competition May 8-9-10 that will place teams in Div I or II brackets for championship play, May 15-16-17. Our Prelim Tournament places the top 6 seeded teams into 2 Super Pools, A & B. Pools C through G are seeded traditionally beginning with the 7th seed being the top team in Pool C. The top 2 teams in Pools C through G earn spots in the Division I Championship bracket. The remaining teams are placed in the Division II Championship bracket according to their finish in Prelim pool play. This format protects weaker teams from the powerhouse teams while still providing all teams an opportunity to make it into the Div I Championship bracket. However, if you do not finish in the top 2 in Pools C through G, you still are provided an opportunity to be an AAU Champion, playing in the Div II championship bracket. Come out to the AAU State Tournament and see the best girls basketball players/teams Minnesota has to offer. See you in the gym. Dave Preller, Director, MN AAU GBB