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YWBallers AAU Travel Team

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Each grade level has

 Jersey Ballers (Local Team) 

Young World Ballers (National Travel Team)

675 Bloomfield Ave, Bloomfield NJ 07003

Season Highlights-

YWBallers travel team is an 501 c-3 non-profit youth basketball organization. 
This teams are ages 10u - 16u and compete on an national level.  We are based out of Essex County, Bloomfield NJ.  We participate in various circuits that offer great competition to ensure our players are being pushed and challenged to the best of their abilities. 

Our teams have play 30-45 games in a time span of 3 months. We have had many wins and losses but along that journey we have built a family out of teammates, lifetime friends from strangers and memories than may never be forgotten.

Our travels included New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Nevada, Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Indianapolis, Atlanta, Ohio, Florida and that's to name a few.

Previous tournaments included YBOA States & Nationals, Zero Gravity States & Nationals, AAU States, Big Foot, Hoop Group, Agame, Bball Spotlight, Made Hoops, Boo Williams, Rose Classic, NYBL, M.I.T's plus many others.


For more information about our teams email: Staff@YWBallers.com

Team Highlights Presented by: ShiftTeam Hoops TV

 

Lady Ballers

Five girls from the Lady Ballers Organization received invitations to attend the Girls Got Game Showcase. The invited athletes came from 10 States and represented 44 top travel teams and only 90 girls were selected for the showcase, 30 at grade 6, 30 at grade 7, and 30 at grade 8. Bob Geoghan, creator of the McDonald's All-American Game, discussed the selection process and acknowledged the girls as being some of the best of the best.At the event,  AAU basketball representative Greg Turner, who announced that Gurlz Got Game will be the Official Testing Partner of AAU Basketball across the country. 

The athlete selection was led by Bret McCormick, former college coach and chief evaluator for the All-Star Girls Report (ASGR), the nation’s top recruiting source for Girls basketball. They provided their evaluation and data to several hundred women’s college basketball coaches who subscribe to the report.

Based on their play, several girls earned their way to the national list featured in the All-Star Girls Report and a few will be featured in Sports Stars of Tomorrow, a nationally televised sports show that profiles top athletes from around the country.