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Brooklyn Rams
Adrian Sutherland
347-262-3522
Brooklyn, New York

 
  Welcome  
 

Saturday, September 21

WELCOME TO THE BROOKLYN RAMS AAU BASKETBALL PROGRAM

2013-2014 AAU SEASON TRYOUT INFORMATION:

 

TRYOUTS COMING IN SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2013!!!

Please e-mail your name, school, grade, date of birth, height, and grade point average to brooklynrams@gmail.com.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS (High School Students): Copy of Birth Certificate, Copy of School ID, Copy of Proof of Address (Bill), and a Completed Physical(taken after August 1st, 2013) 

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS (Middle School Students): Copy of Birth Certificate, Copy of Proof of Address, Completed Physical(taken after August 1st, 2013)

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Feel free to e-mail us with any questions, comments or concerns at brooklynrams@gmail.com.

 

NOTICE:

Visit our "HANDOUTS" section for useful resources for middle school and college-bound high school student athletes.

 

R.I.P. TAISHAWN BELLEVUE #23
Always a Brooklyn Ram. You will never be forgotten.


EVENTS IN PROGRESS
In September 2006, S.O.N. Youth Partnership launched their Men As Leaders in Education(M.A.L.E.) Program at PS/IS 109, 1001 East 45th Street, in East Flatbush Brooklyn. M.A.L.E. is a free Saturday morning mentoring program for boys in grades 6-8. Topics include integrity,
committment, respecting women & elders, restaurant etiquette, how to tie a tie, theater appreciation, etc. Workshops are conducted by S.O.N's Senior and Junior Mentors, including Brooklyn Rams coaches, Rams' college players and Rams' high school varsity players. 

Fall 2012 began the 7th year of the M.A.L.E. Mentoring Program.  This year's program will continue at IS 323, located at 210 Chester Street in Brownsville, Brooklyn.  This marks the fourth consecutive year IS 323 has housed the M.A.L.E. program.

BROOKLYN RAMS GO INTERNATIONAL

From July 7-9, 2006, Necelina McDonald Memorial Foundation (NMMF) had the opportunity to sponsor its inaugual international trip to Montreal, Canada to compete in the 26th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Invitational Basketball Tournament. Three teams from New York went: Brooklyn Rams, Team ETS, and V.S. All-Stars. Although the results weren't well in our international competition debut, the trip was a HUGE SUCCESS. V.S. All-Stars went 1-2, losing a close game down the stretch in the Semi-Finals. Brooklyn Rams and Team ETS weren't as fortunate, going 0-2 in pool play. However, the kids who went enjoyed themselves. Traveling to Canada, playing under international rules, and that trapezoid-shaped paint area made the games interesting. NMMF was proud to be able to provide inner city youth with their first opportunity to travel outside the country to play basketball internationally. The memories shared will last a lifetime. Keeping with NMMF's family theme, teams were accompanied by the Hinds family (family of Jamall Hinds) and my wife Andrea. We want to thank Hugh Scarlett and the staff at Notre-Dame-de-Grace Black Community Association (NDGBCA) for inviting us to participate in this well-planned event, and for making our stay in Montreal pleasant. Hugh regularly brings teams down from Canada to compete in NMMF's Spring Classic. We also like to thank the young people who traveled to Canada and were a proud example of what it means to be an American and a New Yorker. Brooklyn Rams: Michael Boney, Sanjay Carter, Kester Chase, Isaiah Didier & Michael McBean. Team ETS: Antonio Matos(Player/Coach), Lovell Cohen, Chayan Gonzaque, Kenneth Eaddy, Jihad Ford, Jamall Hinds, Afum Kris, Phillip Reece Jr. & Jahmani Swanson. V.S. All-Stars: James Simmons(Coach), Khaleef Allicott, Andrew Douby, Ryan Dunk, Josh Dupuy, Curtis Leslie, Peyton "Mallings" Mullings, Gregory Noel, Gabriel Rifky, Tex Rodriguez, Elliott Rogers & Evin Shaw.

WELCOME ABOARD
Jermaine Verette, Julian Vessup, Stanley Fevrine, Adrian Thornhill and former Brooklyn Rams player Gabriel Mombrun have joined the Brooklyn Rams coaching staff. They join fellow Brooklyn Rams coaches Akeem Tucker, Alton Ritter, Carl Tisale, Shatane Porter, Shoalan Smith and Terrell Wallace.

Also, better late than never, CONGRATULATIONS to William Cross who was named Interim Executive Director of Sports Oriented Nurturing (S.O.N.) Youth Partnership, home of the Brooklyn Rams AAU Basketball Program.


CONGRATULATIONS to Rams player/coaches AKEEM TUCKER,
CHE GONZALES AND DWAYNE "CATFISH" MESSAM
for bringing home CHAMPIONSHIP trophies in their first season as coaches with the Rams.


PAST EVENTS
May 26, 2004 - 8 members of S.O.N. Youth Partnership's Brooklyn Rams Basketball Program volunteered their time to kids at P.S. 109 by helping maintain order during the school's lunch sessions and through one-on-one counseling with P.S. 109's "livelier" students.
February 11, 2004 - 10 members of the Brooklyn Rams basketball team participated in P.S. 109's "Making The Connection Through Literacy" event in Flatbush, Brooklyn; where they read books and short stories to kids in grades Pre-K to 5.

"Rams' players take part in "Read Aloud" at Flatbush elementary school"
Check out story in 'My Site News' section.


FIRST BROOKLYN RAMS PLAYER GETS BACHELORS DEGREE
Shaun James Graduates From Susquehanna University.
Read complete story in 'My Site News' section.


"Rams' Players Shine At Big Apple Juco Exposure Games"
Check out story in 'My Site News' section.


The Brooklyn Rams Basketball Program, a division of Sports Oriented Nurturing (S.O.N.) Youth Partnership, a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization, provides kids an opportunity to gain exposure on local and national levels and to assist with post-high school basketball opportunities. The Brooklyn Rams has been a member of the Amateur Athletic Union(AAU) since 1999.

The Rams currently services over 150 youth; ranging in age from 11 through 23 years old. Our kids are from various parts of Brooklyn and attend public and Catholic high schools throughout the city.

Our college players have attended, or are currently attending, the following schools: University of Delaware(DE), University of Massachusetts(MA), Allen University(SC), Sussquehanna University(PA), Mt. San Antonio College(CA), New Mexico Junior College(NM), St. Petersburg Junior College(FL), Mt. Olive College(NC), Howard University(DC), Southern Nevada Junior College(NV), Des Moines Area Community College(IA); and New York schools, Oswego University, SUNY-Purchase, SUNY-Delhi, SUNY-Farmingdale, Globe, Sullivan Community College, Hostos College, Lehman College, Genesee Community College, Jamestown Community College, Fashion Institute of Technology, Technical Career Institute, Fulton-Montgomery Junior College, Columbia-Greene Junior College, Medgar Evers College, Borough of Manhattan Community College, St. Francis College, Jefferson Junior College, Dominican College, Erie Community College, College of Staten Island, York College and NYC College of Technology






   
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