Ohio AAU Girls and Boys Basketball Tournaments

Welcome to Ohio AAU Girls and Boys Basketball Tournaments and the 2024 AAU Season.

New this year is an AAU National Team Ranking System. For every AAU win, your team will earn ranking points for State, Regional and World Championships.

We focus purely on delivering the best possible basketball tournament experience for the athletes, coaches, parents and spectators. At Ohio AAU Basketball, it is simple - "It is all about you!"
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Ohio AAU Girls and Boys Basketball Tournaments

Upcoming tournaments

We are excited to unveil the 2024 Ohio AAU Basketball tournament schedule. The season will tip off with Ohio AAU Basketball Membership Tip Off Shootout starting March 17th. As in previous years this tournament will be free to AAU members.

For more tournament information, please click below.

Important updates

New Team Ranking System

October 6, 2022

New for the 2023-2024 AAU Girls Basketball will be unveiling a national ranking system for all real AAU teams. Teams will gain ranking points at real AAU events and rankings will be applied at AAU State, Super Regional and World Championship events.

Note Ohio AAU Basketball Sport Chair - Andy Fishman

February 9, 2022

There seems to always be community confusion and misinformation regarding real AAU licensed events, participants, and coaches. Many players, parents, and coaches believe they are in AAU programs when they are not. I strongly encourage all parents and athletes to simply ask the programs and coaches, before trusting their children to them, to provide evidence of real AAU club and coach membership. If you are in a real AAU program, your coach has had a background check, and all players and coaches have memberships while operating under AAU rules and regulations.

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"I have been taking teams to, and helping run, AAU State and National tournaments since 1992 and I truly believe AAU has always offered players, coaches, and fans the best situations for competition."

- Duane Williams
Ohio Lady Attack