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Congratulations Lindsay on a phenomenal career!  Minnesota AAU is very proud of you and proud you were an Minnesota AAU youth player. You are a true role model and a winner.  Good luck on your next career leading the Gopher Women's team.

Congratulations to former Minnesota AAU girls basketball Star Lindsay Whalen!

Congratulations Lindsay on a phenomenal career!  Minnesota AAU is very proud of you and proud you were a Minnesota AAU youth player. You are a true role model and a winner.  Good luck on your next career leading the Gopher Women's team.

Meltdown AAU National Championships


2018 AAU National Championships at the Meltdown

The AAU National Championships - At The Meltdown were an overwhelming success featuring great girls' basketball talent, with exposure to over 250 college coaches!  Local host North-Tartan put on an excellent event in 1st class air-conditioned hardwood court facilities and allowed athletes to showcase their talents in front of college coaches while competing for National Championships in 9th-10th-11th Grades.

Over 200 plus Teams from all over the United States competed for Division I, II, and III National Championships against some of the best girls basketball talent in the country. There is certainly no doubt about it--The AAU National Championships are BACK!  A showcase event for top-notch teams during the NCAA Evaluation Period, featuring great exposure to college coaches and outstanding competition in a battle to decide for 2018 . . . . . Who is the Best of the Best  in AAU girls' basketball?

2018 MINNESOTA ANNUAL MEETING - AUG 28TH

 

WHEN:       August 28th

TIME:          6:00 PM

WHERE:     Ray J's - Woodbury

 

TENTATIVE AGENDA:   (approximate times)

  • 6:00 - AAU Check In
  • 6:15 - Order off Menu
  • 6:45 - Minn Annual Meeting
  • 7:15 - Individual Sport Meetings

*** AAU GIRLS STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 2018! ***

16 GIRLS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS CROWNED!

11th-D1 - North Tartan Coury               D2- MN Cyclones

10th-D1 - North Tartan Stark                D2- Rochester Shock-Sonj

9th  -D1 - MN Stars Hersch                  D2- MN Stars Desart

8th  -D1 - North Tartan Contreras         D2- High Impact

7th  -D1 - MN Fury Blue      D2- MN/WI Force     D3-Northern Lights

6th  -D1 - Tayler Hill Elite                       D2- MN Rise Purple

5th  -D1 - North Tartan Monahan          D2- MN Stars Dewitt-Sever

4th  -D1 - Tayler Hill Elite   

**** Record 218 Teams Entered!! ****     

Click on Link Below for Complete State Tournament Results

Click on Girls Basketball Sport Tab for a Photo Gallery of the 2018 State Champions!

 

*** 2018 GIRLS BASKETBALL SUMMER JAM ***

Summer Jam...RESULTS!

On behalf of Minnesota AAU, Bill, Andy, Matt, and all of the Summer Jam Staff, we would like to thank you all for making Summer Jam 2018 a huge success and look forward to another great event in 2019! Please take a moment to look at this article provided by Mark Lewis, BlueStar Basketball:  https://www.bluestarmedia.org/summer-jam-2018/

2018 Summer Jam Champions...

  1. Lake Minnetonka: Boo Williams Nike
  2. Lake Nakomis: Minnesota Fury 2020 Guantlet
  3. Lake of the Woods: MW Force Select 17U
  4. White Bear Lake: Team Iowa Navy
  5. Leech Lake: WI Playmakers 17U Fall
  6. Red Lake: Missouri River Elite
  7. Mille Lacs Lake: All Iowa Attack 9th Nike
  8. Lake Harriet: All Iowa Attack 9th National Red
  9. Pelican Lake: MW Force Select 14U
  10. Gull Lake: All Iowa Attack 8th Nike Red
  11. Birch Lake: Minnesota Stars Cade
  12. Lake Washington: Team Iowa Blue
  13. Twin Lakes: NDPro 2023 Snowden
  14. Lake Itasca: 360 Lady Select
  15. Ten Mile Lake: Missouri River Elite
  16. Two Inlets Lake: SC Green

A Minnesota AAU Girls Basketball Licensed Event

Hosted by the North Tartan Basketball Club

 


Wow! New for the Jam this year!

ARE YOU SURE YOU ARE PLAYING IN AN AAU LICENSED EVENT?

Minnesota AAU Athletics - TRACK & FIELD

For more Track & Field Information, please click on TRACK & FIELD under AAU Sports tab above

 

Minnesota AAU News Slideshow - Micellaneous

    WELCOME TO THE NEW MINNESOTA AAU WEBSITE!

    While we are extremely excited to have our new website go live, we are learning as we go in adding, editing, and updating our information.  Please be patient as we grow into the use of this new site. If you don't find any information under any tab it means we haven't gotten to that project yet, eventually we will.  Current updates and projects include:

    • Club/Team links submitted will be posted
    • Events in all sports are constantly being added and linked to hosts, check sport page and calendar
    • If we do not have a local Minnesota Sport Director listed, you will see a National AAU contact for your sport so you can still compete or receive sport information. Our goal is to have each local sport director manage their own sport page for updates and information.
    • If you have comments, news or information please submit to either:  wbraziel@aol.com  or  davepreller@gmail.com

    MINNESOTA AAU Online Merchandise Available

     

    Please go to:   mnprintnstitch.com/aaustate  for an opportunity to order AAU Merchandise online from our vendor, Print N' Stitch.  

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    AAU TOURNAMENT FORMAT OFFERS DIVISION I & II & III CHAMPIONSHIPS AND PROTECTS TEAMS

    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 & III Championship brackets.  Our two weekend event provides Super Pool play competition the 1st weekend in May that will place teams in Div I or II brackets for championship play the 3rd weekend in May.  Our Prelim Tournament places the top 6-8 seeded teams into 2 Super Pools, A & B.  Pools C through G are seeded traditionally beginning with the 9th seed being the top team in Pool C. The top 1 or 2 teams in Pools C through G earn spots in the Division I Championship bracket.  The remaining teams are placed in the Division II or III 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 your team does not qualify for the Division I bracket, your team still has earned the opportunity to be an AAU Champion, playing in the Division II or III championship bracket. In 2018 we will have a Div III Champ Bracket in our 7th grade level.  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