Wisconsin City Hoops
Wisconsin City Hoops is an AAU Basketball club serving central Wisconsin. We've teamed up with the Eau Claire YMCA to promote our mission - To help girls and boys grow as individual and team basketball players. We achieve this through quality instruction, by employing great coaches, and by playing top competition in events throughout the Midwest.
Contact Dave for info -- firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 715.379.6822.
City Y Basketball ... "Live It!"
We offer AAU Basketball, clinics, individualized training programs, products, recruiting prep services, and consultation.
See how big the basketball world is out there, and find out how you have to work to make your mark... that's what the AAU circuit does for you. Travel to incredible facilities and play against top players from all over the country.
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We never quit - it takes effort to succeed, and our staff will help you find the effort and will to be your best. We put ourselves into intense competition to bring out the best in both ourselves and from our opponents. The City will maximize the physical and mental development of our athletes.
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The City Y program is committed to creating a lifelong love of the game, and to inspiring and molding young athletes into fierce competitors and passionate leaders of character.
City Hoops - 3 Years old and Growing!
The Wisconsin City Hoops program is in its 3rd year under the direction of YMCA AAU Basketball director Dave Hazuga. Dave's bio and dedications include:
17 years as a youth coach and player development trainer
10 years college head coach and assistant
17 years experience on the AAU circuit
Member of the Mt. Senario College 1991 NSCAA National Championship Team
Member of the 1998 ACB Latin American Professional League Championship Team
Dave's Basketball Services
If you'd like more information on Dave's services and training aids, please click on the link below. (Dave's services and training aids are independent from the YMCA)