Boston Warrior AAU Boy's Basketball: Welcome

BW Tournaments

Akeem Williams, Ryan BoatrightRod OdomKadeem BattsSamir McDanielsDerek RetosMarco CoppolaJasper GrassaJohn Swords    

1000 Point Club - Providence Batts, Grassa Bentley , Sharon HS Brian Mukasa 

2013 -2014 MIAA High School Preview - Division 1 , Division 2 , Division 3 & 4 Preview

BW College Notable Performances - Williams Named America East POW  Drame Earns MAAC POW Providence Batts records career-high 17 rebounds Odom 24 points lead Vanderbilt past Mizzou

BW HS Notable Performances - 




The Boston Warriors AAU Boys Basketball Program is one of the strongest programs in New England. 
  1. This past spring we had 14 teams qualify for the AAU National Championships.
  2. The 9th Grade team won the Massachusetts State Championship
  3. The 6th Grade team won the high profile Albany Gymrat Challenge.
  4. The 11th Grade team advanced to the final 16 of the prestigious Gold Super Showcase
  5. Presently we have over 50 former players playing college basketball. That is the highest number of any organization in New England

While going to AAU National Championship Tournaments is fun and rewarding, we offer players of all talent level the opportunity to play competitive spring basketball. We will provide very good coaching including weekly skill work with real practices.

Our mission statement is to teach players lifelong lessons through basketball. Show up EARLY, stress a high level of fundamentals, team play, playing hard at 100% of the time and never get out worked!

For the spring season, in general, all teams will practice at least once a week and play in 6-8 weekend tournaments.

Here is the 2014 spring tryout information:


The 2nd to 8th grade tryouts take place on Saturday February 1 and Saturday February 8:

Here are the times:

3:00 PM - 2nd & 3rd Grade

3:00 PM - 4th Grade

4:30 PM - 6th Grade

6:00 PM - 5th Grade

6:00 PM - 7th Grade

7:30 PM - 8th Grade

Tryouts for the 9th Graders are Saturday 2/22 & 3/1 at 6:00 PM. 

The 10th, 11th, 12th Grade & Post Graduate tryouts will take place on Saturdays  2/22, 3/1 & 3/8 at 7:30 PM.

The 2014 Spring registration link is below.
If possible, all players should attend all 3 tryouts and should pre-register. 
All players should be at both tryouts. If you can not make either one (or both) of the tryouts, please contact us ASAP.
Pre-Registration can be done 2 ways:
         1. Check or Money Order: Download the below registration and send the completed form and      payment to Boston Warriors, 101 Richmond Rd, Belmont, MA 02478
       2. Credit Card: Go to the "Spring AAU Tryouts 2014" tab ( and follow the directions on making payment and forward the registration form.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at (email) or (call) us at 978-460-2122.

Impact of the National AAU High School Sullivan Award for BW Dan Giovacchini


Lake Buena Vista– Boston Warriors Daniel Giovacchini was the male recipient of the inaugural National AAU High School Sullivan Award. After receiving the award, Daniel wrote a letter about the great impact AAU has had on his life and how much the High School Sullivan Award has meant to him and his future. Here is the link to Dan's letter: Impact of the AAU High School Sullivan Award for Boston Warriors Daniel Giovacchini

Boston Warriors are proud to announce 3 college commitments 

1. Kyle Howes - Merrimack College (4 Year Basketball Scholarship)
2. Asante Sandiford - Franklin Pierce (4 year Basketball Scholarship)
3. Lubern Figaro - Wisconsin (4 year Football Scholarship)
These are the first 3 commitments of the very talented Bostons Warriors’ junior class which also includes Nick Tarantino  (BB&N), Duby Maduegbunem (KUA). Joe Carty (St. Andrews), Shane Farley & Christian Mornewick (Burlington),  Shaquan Murray, Kordell Harris & Fred Rivers (New Mission), Kameron Nobles (Governors Academy),  Brian Mukasa (Sharon), Blaine Taylor (Concord-Carisle),  Jack Winston (Needham) , Rocky Andrade (Mansfield), Jamal Smith and Malique McLaren (Winchendon). 

We are looking forward to successful spring with our outstanding junior class. Adding this to the reigning 9th grade state champions (Now 10th Grade team) and very good 9th grade class, next spring we should have another great crew of prospects and should be very exciting.

Boston Warrior AAU Boys Basketball Program is one of the strongest programs in New England

Over the past 7 years, the Boston Warriors have won the Division 1 Massachusetts State Tournament and/or the New England Champoinships in every age group from 3rd grade to 11th grade. This spring (2013) we finished the cycle by winning the 9th Grade Division 1 State Title. In addition, in spring 2013 we had 13 teams qualify for the AAU National Championships. But it is not all about going to the national Championships. We offer players of all talent level the possible opportunity to play competitive spring basketball. The size of each roster are kept manageable and try to keep the price to play affordable. Most of all, we have provided very good coaching including a lot of skill work with real practices. Our mission is to provide local athletes intent on improving their games with an opportunity to compete against the best in NE.


It about developing players of all age levels and helping them to get to the next level. Below is a summary of past few years players: 

Boston Warriors presently playing at the college level:

- 8 players currently on Division 1 College Basketball Rosters

- 9 players currently on Division 2 College Basketball Rosters

- 50+ players currently on Division 3 College Basketball rosters (including 9 in the NESCAC)

- 8 players currently on Division 1 College Football rosters

- 5+ players currently on Division 2 College Football rosters

- 10+ players currently on Division 3 College Football rosters

- 5+ players on other College Sports Rosters


In addition, Boston Warriors alumnus Dan Giovacchini was named the national winner of the Inagural 2011 High School Sullivan Award for the outstanding amateur athlete in the United States.


For more information on Boston Warriors playing in college, please click on the “Boston Warriors Alumni News” button. For information on Boston Warriors present high school news, please click on the “Boston Warriors High School News” button. Please check out the website from day to day for updates.



Tyler Gibson

Gibson Named MA Gatorade Player of Year

The honors keep piling up for Boston Herald Dream Teamer Tyler Gibson of Rockland.

Gibson was selected as the 2012-13 Gatorade Massachusetts Boys Basketball Player of the Year. Gibson is the first Gatorade Massachusetts Boys Basketball Player of the Year to be chosen from Rockland High School. 

The award, which recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the court, distinguishes Gibson as Massachusetts’s best high school boys basketball player.

Now a finalist for the prestigious Gatorade National Boys Basketball Player of the Year award to be announced in March, Gibson joins an elite alumni association of past state boys basketball award winners, including Dwight Howard (2003-04, SW Atlanta Christian Academy, Ga.), Chauncey Billups (1993-94 & 1994-95, George Washington HS, Colo.), Jason Kidd (1991-92, St. Joseph Notre Dame HS, Calif.), Paul Pierce (1994-95, Inglewood HS, Calif.) and Chris Bosh (2001-02, Lincoln HS, Texas).

The 6-foot-6, 200-pound senior center averaged 21.4 points, 15.3 rebounds, 4.8 blocks and 2.1 assists per game this past season in
leading the Bulldogs (19-4) to the Div. 3 South semifinals. The 2013 South Shore League MVP, Gibson had eight games this season with at least 20 points and 20 rebounds. He concluded his prep basketball career with 986 points.
Gibson has maintained a 3.32 GPA in the classroom. He has volunteered locally as a youth basketball coach and has also donated his time as an elementary school mentor.Gibson has signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball on an athletic scholarship at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell beginning this fall.
He joins recent Gatorade Massachusetts Boys Basketball Players of the Year Rene Castro (2011-12, Worcester Academy), Pat Connaughton (2010-11, St. John's Preparatory School), Nate Lubick (2009-10 & 2008-09, St. Mark's School), Stevie Mejia (2007-08, Lawrence Academy), and Mike Baldarelli (2006 – 07, Holy Name Central Catholic) among the state’s list of former award winners.

2013 Boston Warriors College Commitments: 

1 Tyler Gibson Bentley
2 Chris Murray Bentley
3 Max Risch AIC
4 Matt Droney Stonehill
5 Peter Rankowitz Washington University
6 Tony Alexander Colby
7 Connor McLead Bates
8 Joe Connelly Weslyan
9 John Mastascusa WPI
10 Nick McKenna Springfield
11 Nick Bates Salve Regina
12 Alex Sugarman Wheaton
13 Matt Ozzella Keene State
14 Nate Anderson Salem State
15 Sam Freeman Salem State
16 Niko Stavropoulas Plymouth State
17 Daivon Edwards Dean
18 Issiah Coleman MCLA
19 Joseph Carty St Andrews
    Other Sports  
  Seamus Bruno Stonehill (Soccer)
    Not Playing  
  Cory Mui Georgetown
  Zachary Florio UConn
  Joe Lally Northeastern

2013 Boston Globe All Scholastics

Division 3 Player of the Year:

Tyler Gibson: Rockland

2013 Massachusetts 9th Grade State Champions

Handout: 2013 Fall Player Registration form

Brandeis Gym
Brandeis University Gosman Center
2014 (3rd, 4th & 5th Grade) Massachusetts State Tournament

2014 (3rd, 4th & 5th Grade) Massachusetts State Tournament

DATES: May 2 - May 4

LOCATION: Brandeis University, Waltham, MA


3rd Grade Division 1

3rd grade Division 2 

4th Grade Division 1

4th Grade Division 2

4th Grade Division 3

5th Grade Division 1

5th Grade Division 2

5th Grade Division 3


FORMAT: Pool Play to Bracket Play

COST; $450 Per Team (If paying by credit card, $465)

Click below for 2014 registration form:



The completed registration forms & payment should be sent to:

Boston Warriors AAU Basketball

101 Richmond Rd

Belmont MA 02478

2014 State Tournament Registration form:

Handout: 2014 (3rd, 4th & 5th Grade) Massachusetts State Tnt Reg Form

Boys basketball all-scholastics