This is not your typical league! This is an AAU Baseball
National League. The East Shore Travel League offers outstanding travel baseball
competition in all age groups throughout the spring and summer. Locations
involve a multitude of cities throughout the state at private, school
(including high schools), academy, and public fields. Members of the league
will also have tournaments they can participate in, including the play-off
championships. One of the largest travel baseball leagues in the country with
331 teams in 2013, players of all skill levels have a place to play against
similar competition. Whether your team is a rookie level or an elite team there
is a special place for you.
If your team is from an area surrounding Connecticut (except
from New England) you are welcome to participate in the East Shore League. With
so many locations to choose from, Connecticut is convenient for some teams in
the Niagara, New Jersey, Middle Atlantic, Adirondack, and New York Metropolitan
areas. All teams are invited to participate.
Since this is an AAU Baseball National League, teams that
participate in the league qualify to participate in the AAU Grand Nationals at
ESPN Wide World of Sports (ages 9-13) and the AAU Nationals in Sarasota,
Florida (14U, Underclassmen and Upperclassmen). They are also invited to
participate in the AAU Baseball Wood Bat Championship at ESPN. In 2013, both
the 12U and 13U AAU Diamond Grand National Champions emerged from the East
Shore Travel League!
For more information about this unique travel league,
contact Chuck Coyle at 203.468.1874 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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AAU Pickleball Serves First-Ever Event in Florida
The AAU Englewood Chill Blast Pickleball Tournament made history this weekend as the first-ever pickleball event hosted for AAU members. (What the heck is pickleball?!) More than 180 athletes from 11 states and Canada – ranging from age 19 to 75 – competed on Florida’s west coast as part of the Florida Pickleball League.
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Remember When... Dwyane Wade Visited ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
Back in 2010, before Wade and his buddy LeBron James joined forces in South Beach for the Heat, Wade joined Mickey Mouse and played a special 3-on-3 basketball game with athletes in town for the 16U AAU Girls Basketball National Championships at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort.
18 AAU Events You Don't Want to Miss in 2018
Summertime is right around the corner and, with that, comes the bulk of AAU national championship season. The AAU is constantly adding new events and new competition opportunities for youth athletes and, in recent years, a larger focus has been placed on developing the whole event – not just organizing a tournament. Complete with social responsibility initiatives and unique family vacation opportunities, take a look at the 18 AAU events you are not going to want to miss in 2018.
Workout of the Month: Kneeling Exercises
Walk into a gym and you’ll notice a lot of the same thing: athletes standing, sitting, or lying on their backs while they are getting their bodies ready for 2018 AAU competition. Even though these get the job done, there is another position that can help strengthen your body and balance, giving you an edge on your competition: Kneeling.
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Rumble in the Jungle
IOWA WOMEN YOUTH FOLKSTYLE STATE WRESTLING
2018 Road Kill Classic
SP District Karate Tournament
2018 AAU Gamecock Invite
BWSP 9th Annual Indoor T&F Championship Series
Bald Eagle Open
Hearts & Valentines Invitational
Todd County AAU Wrestling Tournament