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CT WILDCATS AAU BASKETBALL PROGRAM

"Coming  together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success"

                                                                     

CT Wildcats Competitive Girls and Boys Organization is a non-profit 501(c)3 basketball program under the Amateur Athletic Union . The CT Wildcats program was formed in 2007 to provide an ongoing, quality program for girls and boys from middle school to high school to compete in basketball at the highest level. The Wildcats Organization thrives to be one of the most recognized and more successful programs for girls and boys in the Greater Hartford/ Northeast area.

Our goal is to provide a program for these young ladies and young gentlemen that can consistently compete on a national level as well as provide fundamentals, team unity, respect of one another, and help to develop a better student athlete with sports and academic support. The Wildcats have implemented a training program using qualified coaches to improve our player’s individual skill set, while still preparing them with a Team Concept. We offer a mentoring and tutoring program for all ages in helping them prepare for CAPT, SAT, PSAT, ACT testing while introducing them to college forms and entrance exams. In order to meet this goal, we have structured our organization to have multiple teams, so that no child will be left behind and we may provide more opportunity to compete on the regional and national level.

All CT Wildcats coaches are experienced, knowledgeable professionals who have proven ability to teach and develop young athletes. Our coaches strive to improve every facet of every player’s game, and then to put each player in position. CT Wildcats coaches are volunteers who are offering their time not for personal or financial gain, but for the benefit of student-athletes who have the desire to become great collegiate basketball players where they can best display their strengths to college coaches.

Thank you,

Amos Evans- Program Director, (860-548-1795) (860-913-0826) cell            

Email-evansamos@yahoo.com