2014 Registration for Traveling Grades 4-8 and In-House Grades 3-8 is now open. The registration deadline for both Traveling and In-House is September 10th.
Registration for the K-2 and High School leagues will be available at a later date
Player Evaluations will be held on Saturday, Sept 13, 2014 at Mahtomedi Middle School. The exact times will not be posted until closer to the date due to the need of scheduling the evaluations around the children's fall activities. If your child is interested in participating on a traveling team, they must attend the evaluations. Player Evaluations will be closed to the public.
Mahtomedi Basketball Association is excited to announce a change to the format of our program for in-house grades 3-6. We will move all of our in-house teams to the Maplewood League (where our 7/8th graders have been for the last few years) and will be able to maintain single grade teams for all of the programs for which we had single grade level teams previously. For additional details please follow this link.
The fun and exciting Mahtomedi Basketball Association Coaches Clinic will be held on Thursday, Sept 25th from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at the Mahtomedi Middle School.
New this year-we will also be requiring our Traveling Head Coaches and strongly encourage our Inhouse Head Coaches to attend a Positive Coaching Alliance Workshop on either Thursday, Oct 2nd or Thursday, Oct 9th from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at Chautauqua. Assistant Coaches for both Traveling and In-House are also strongly encouraged to attend one of the sessions. The workshop is called “Double-Goal Coach®: Coaching for Winning and Life Lessons”- and introduces PCA’s Double-Goal Coach model and presents research from experts in coaching, education and sports psychology. Every participant gains access to dozens of practical, proven tools. The workshop provides an in-depth exploration of the three principles of Positive Coaching: Honoring the Game, Filling Emotional Tanks and the ELM Tree of Mastery
Coaches - Your role as a coach is more than just a coach but also as a positive influence in the lives of our youth. Read the article "The Power of Positive Coaching" by David Bornstein in The New York Times recommended by our Coaching Director Neal Fox.