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GA AAU Boys' Basketball is a member entity of the Amateur Athletic Union of the U.S., Inc. (one of the largest, non-profit, volunteer, sports organizations in the United States) that administers district qualifying tournaments (DQTs) in the Georgia district and other administrative duties.
GA AAU Boys' Basketball's office operating hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. Office hour exceptions are during district qualifying tournaments (DQTs), when phone contact is essential after hours and on the weekends.
Tommy Anderson is the Sport Director, and Bryant Anderson is the 2nd Lieutenant Governor of Georgia AAU/Office & Social Media Coordinator.
You can contact GA AAU Boys' Basketball via telephone -- (404) 713-7498, for Tommy, or (404) 245-8869, for Bryant; via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org); or via the different social media networks.
You can view the 2015 GA AAU Boys' Basketball District Calendar by clicking the following link (CLICK HERE).
You can ONLY register for GA AAU Boys' Basketball district qualifying tournaments (DQTs) online. CLICK HERE to go to registration site.
GA AAU Boys' Basketball does NOT accept cash, money orders, or paper checks; credit, debit, or e-checks are the only forms of payment acceptable, via the online registration site.
Yes, there are. Click the following link to view the instructions (CLICK HERE).
Yes, they are.
A district qualifier is a tournament that only clubs from a certain district (e.g., in this case, Georgia) may participate in; conversely, a super regional is a tournament that clubs from all districts can participate in.
Yes, your club MUST participate in the district qualifer to participate in AAU Nationals. Super Regionals only provisionally qualify a club for Nationals. District qualifiers validate the Super Regional bid.
You can find out about YOUR GA AAU Boys' Basketball district qualifiers by clicking this link (CLICK HERE), and you can find out by super regionals by clicking this link (CLICK HERE).
You can become an AAU member by going to aausports.org. Non-athlete members must consent to background check before their membership will be approved. AAU conducts background checks through First Advantage.
Non-athlete members should allow up to ten (10) business days for background check results to come back. For additional information, please contact the National AAU Compliance Department at (407) 934-7200.
The AAU doesn't have teams, per se; just a collection of member clubs, and many AAU clubs start at your local recreation centers. You can also use the "Find a Local Club" option on aausports.org.
If you're having trouble finding a team, you can form your own -- CLICK HERE for more information.