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The Tiger Difference

When we have teams strong enough to play regular AAU tournaments in A Bracket, we will enter Division I (A Bracket) Regionals.  Our teams have competed in numerous Regional and National Championships over. In addition, our high school aged teams compete in Showcase tournaments thoughtout the region. We won't "position ourselves to win" by playing down like other area clubs.  If we have a gold-caliber team -- in any age group -- why compete for silver?

Team Expectations

We as coaches and associated members of the Wilmington Tigers have particular goals, desires, and levels of commitment that we expect of our players.

The listed elements below contain the blueprint to a successful AAU player and teammate.

From the introductions at tryouts, the first practice, to the final speech at the last tournament, each player is encouraged to adopt the following characteristics:

  • Dedication
  • Respect
  • Practice participation
  • Sportsmanship
  • Peer support
  • Leadership

Just as important as player involvement, parents and guardians have Influential roles on and off the court.  We hope to see parents and guardians become involved with the team and express these attributes:

  • Participation / Engagement 
  • Team Pride
  • Trust The Process - "Rome wasn't built in one day."


*All players must have AAU cards before they can practice. Click HERE to register with AAU. Print out the AAU card and give to your coach.