2020 AAU WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
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The AAU WORLD Championships 2020 - "The Meltdown"
Hosted by North-Tartan AAU Girls Basketball Club in conjunction with the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). An excellent event featuring some of the best girls' basketball talent in the country, with exposure to over 250 college coaches! The event is held in 1st class air-conditioned hardwood court facilities and athletes are allowed to showcase their talents in front of college coaches while competing for WORLD Championships in 9th-10th-11th Grades.
Over 300 plus Teams from all over the United States will compete for Division I, II, and III WORLD Championships against some of the best girls basketball talent in the country. There is certainly no doubt about it--The AAU WORLD Championships are BACK! A showcase event for top-notch teams during the NCAA Evaluation Period, featuring great exposure to over 250 college coaches and outstanding competition in a battle to decide for 2020 . . . . . Who are the WORLD CHAMPIONS in AAU girls' basketball?
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A Minnesota AAU Girls Basketball Licensed Event Hosted by the North Tartan Basketball Club
Check out the game action, outstanding facilities, teams, and college coaches in attendance in the photos below:
18 STATE CHAMPIONS CROWNED IN GIRLS BASKETBALL
2019 AAU GIRLS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS
D1 - 4TH GR: 43 HOOPS 2027
D1 - 5TH GR: TAYLOR HILL ELITE
D2 - 5TH GR: NORTH TARTAN BREEN
D1 - 6TH GR: MN STARS BOROWICZ
D2 - 6TH GR: CROSSFIRE SOUTH
D3 - 6TH GR: MN COMETS
D1 - 7TH GR: TAYLOR HILL ELITE
D2 - 7TH GR: MN STARS AMUNDSON
D3 - 7TH GR: SHOCK - LAFRANCE
D1 - 8TH GR: MN FURY
D2 - 8TH GR: 43 HOOPS
D3 - 8TH GR: NORTHERN LIGHTS
D1 - 9TH GR: MN FURY
D2 - 9TH GR: MN SUNS FASSETT
D1 - 10TH GR: MN FURY
D2 - 10TH GR: MN STARS DESART
D1 - 11TH GR: MN FURY
D2 - 11TH GR: SO-MINN FURY
** For a complete list of results go to either: minnesotastars.org OR aauevents.com
Action from today's AAU 3ON3 Inaugural Event!
Over 40 teams entered this new AAU event on its Spring test run before rolling out a full 3ON3 fall schedule next September & October. Thank You to all who participated! Begin creating your 3ON3 team for the fun fall season. See the fall schedule by clicking on the 3ON3 website link below:
5 STAR FUTURE!
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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 & 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 2019 we will have Division 3 Champions in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. The AAU State Tournament had outstanding competition and those in attendance got to see the best girls basketball players/teams Minnesota has to offer. See you in the gym. Dave Preller, Director, MN AAU Girls Basketball