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 2015 Boston Warriors Boys Spring AAU Tryouts

  The Boston Warriors AAU Boys Basketball organization would like to announce the 2015 Spring AAU Boys Basketball Tryouts. 

The Boston Warriors AAU Boys Basketball Program is one of the strongest programs in New England.
                  1.    This past spring (2014) we had 14 teams qualify for the AAU National Championship
                   2.     The 10th grade team made it to the finals of the 2014 National AAU Super Showcase in Florida  

                3.    The 11th Grade team advanced to the final 32 of the 2014 11th Grade Division   1 AAU National Championships in Louisville, KY.

4.      The 9th Grade team won the 2013 Division 1 Massachusetts State Championship
5.       The 3rd Grade team won the 2014 Division 2 Massachusetts State Championship
6.      The 6th Grade team won the high profile 2013 Albany Gymrat Challenge
7.     Presently we have over 50 former players playing college basketball. This is by far the highest number of any AAU organization in New England
8.   In the last year, five (5)  past Boston Warriors are pursuing basketball at the professional level:
-Kadeem Batts, Erie Bay Hawks NBA D-League (Orlando Magic)
-Rod Odom - Golden State Warriors Summer League
                      -Akeem Williams, France, (Charleville)
                      -Andre Tongo , France (St Orens Club)
                      -Peter Lynch, Ireland (DCU Saints)

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

Our mission statement is to teach players how to play basketball the right way. The right way is to stress the fundamentals, team play, play hard at 100% all 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. Practice for the Metrowest Division will be in the Waltham area.  For the Boston Warriors North Division, practices will be in the Bedford or Malden areas. 

Here is the 2015 spring tryout information:

ALL TRYOUTS FOR BOTH THE Metrowest and North Division will take place at Waltham High School.  

The 2nd to 8th grade tryouts take place on Saturday January 24 and Saturday January 31:

Here are the times:
4:00 PM - 2nd & 3rd Grade
4:30 PM - 4th Grade
4:30 PM - 5th Grade
6:00 PM - 6th Grade
6:00 PM - 7th Grade
7:30 PM - 8th Grade
The 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th & PG tryouts take place on Saturday February 22 and Saturday March 1:
Here are the times:
6:00 PM 9th Grade
7:30 PM 10th Grade
7:30 PM 11th & 12th Grade & Post Graduates 
The 2014 Spring registration is attached. If possible, all players should pre-register.
If you pre-register for tryouts BEFORE 1/1/14,  the cost is only $25.
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 done 2 ways:

1. By check or money order:
            A. Download the attached registration form and send the completed form and payment to:
                            Boston Warrriors
                            101 Richmond Rd
                            Belmont, MA 02478

2. Pay on line by credit card or paypal:
               A. For payment go to and then go to "Spring AAU Tryouts 2015" tab and follow the instructions to  pay online.

Lastly, due to the expansion of the program, we are always looking for motivated, qualified coaches. If you are looking to coach in the spring or you know someone that would be interested in coaching, please contact us (email or call) ASAP and we can discuss the possibility.
 If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at (email) or (call) us at 978-460-2122.
 Handout: 2015 Spring Tryout Registration Form             






Batts Scores goes for 13 Points and 3 Rebounds in NBA Summer League Debut

By John Denton
July 5, 2014

ORLANDO -- More experienced from a full season of NBA action and 20 pounds lighter from an offseason of work, Victor Oladipo was easily the best player on the floor in the Orlando Magic’s Summer League opener on Saturday.
Oladipo’s improvement showed in his 18 points, six rebounds and three assists in Orlando’s 83-77 defeat of the Philadelphia 76ers in first-day action of the Orlando Pro Summer League.
Another player from the 2013 NBA Draft, Nerlens Noel, played exceptionally well to steal the spotlight away from 2014 lottery picks Aaron Gordon and Elfrid Payton. Playing in his first game action in 17 months, Noel opened the game with a thunderous dunk and finished with 19 points and four steals.
Devyn Marble, a second-round pick fighting to make the Magic, had 13 points and two 3-pointers. Seth Curry, brother of Golden State star Steph Curry, hit two threes and scored nine. Kadeem Batts added 13 points for Orlando (1-0).


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.






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). 


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