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Welcome to WAA Basketball

Woodbury Athletic Association (WAA) basketball accepts kids for its in house and traveling programs who live in the City of Woodbury OR attend a school in the City of Woodbury.   This includes kids who live the City of Woodbury and are in the Woodbury High School boundary, East Ridge High School boundary, Stillwater High School boundary and Oakdale/Maplewood High School boundary.


SEEKING NEW BASKETBALL BOARD MEMBERS!

Becoming a Woodbury Athletic Association Basketball Board member is an exciting way to become more involved in a successful program and give back to the community.  Being a board member allows you to influence the direction of the program.  Your skills are valuable and we would be excited to talk to you about the following positions that are currently open:

If interested, please contact either:

  • Christine Smith, Boys Basketball Director,  basketballdir@waawoodbury.org
  • Kevin Wolff, Girls Basketball Director (kjwolffy@gmail.com)

Timberwolves 2018 WAA Night

Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Portland Trailblazers

8 pm Sunday, January 14, 2018

All WAA players eligible. See flyer for more details.


Summer Development

Opportunities are available for basketball camps and open gym at Woodbury High School for all travelling and in-house players. We are also bringing back the Champions Program for our travelling boys and girls players, courtesy of Blast Hoops.

Camps & Clinics


IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES

Girls Basketball Timeline: May - October 2017

Boys Basketball Timeline:  See Boys Traveling Basketball Page 


WAA Basketball Information

WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?

Every year we ask for feedback from basketball families via an annual survey.  This year we received a record 130 responses!  Thank you for taking the time to provide us with valuable feedback.  Here are some of the highlights from the 2016-17 feedback:

  • 93% of respondents indicated their child reasonably developed as a basketball player
  • 93% of respondents said their child had fun
  • 97% stated that their coach set reasonable expectations/objectives at the beginning of the year;  90% of respondents said that those expectations/objectives were met
  • 99% indicated that their child received a fair amount of playing time

We strive to achieve a 100% positive response rate to all questions.  We will continue to improve and hold ourselves to that standard.  While we received feedback for areas of improvement in several areas, common themes arose in the areas of increasing offseason training programs, limiting late evening practice times, and making sure we are teaching the kids basic skills (as the foundation of long-term sucess).


WAA Basketball Board


Thank You Volunteers!...

We would like to thank the many volunteers who make WAA Basketball the success that it is.