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Future Stars was created to provide opportunities for girls to develop their skills and be exposed to college scholarships. Entering its 29th year, over 80,000 campers have taken advantage of the Future Stars experience, and the tradition continues to grow.
"The Information Leader in Physical Activity." Great information for coaches and players.
The Athletic Training program at the California State University at Chico provides this very well-done web site. Coaches can learn valuable information about treating and preventing sports injuries.
The AAU Girls' Basketball Program was established in 1972 as part of the AAU Junior Olympic program. Prior to 1972, the AAU Men's and Women's Committee conducted basketball championships, which included a single junior division. The National Championships started in two age divisions (15u &18u) and have expanded to nine (10u through 18u) plus the Junior Olympic Games, the NICs (National Invitational Championships, now called Division II National Championships) and the 10 thru 13 Western Championship. In 2003, 751 teams competed for ten AAU Girls' Basketball National Championship crowns, with 288 additional teams playing in our D-II National Championships.
Can't find any information on coaching or playing youth basketball? Check our coaching page for information. If you are looking for media on coaching kids such as books, software or just playing the game this is the place for you. The PowerBasketball staff has searched the Internet looking for products and information on offense, defense, transitions, etc.