Thank you for your interest in our Runnin’ Redwoods AAU Program. Runnin’ Redwoods is an opportunity for our recreation players to move into competitive travel basketball.
- Season runs from March 6th through June 30th
- Teams/Players may not practice or play in any AAU games before March 6th
- Maximum of 12 players allowed on a roster
- Rosters need to be submitted to and approved by the AAU Committee by March 15th.
- Coaches MAY NOT contact other players/parents not on their approved rosters unless they receive approval by the AAU Committee
- Players are asked to choose ONE TEAM to play for. When that player signs up with a particular team, it is assumed that he or she will NOT be playing for any other teams during the Runnin’ Redwoods Season(March 6th –June 30th).
- Parents are asked to refer any inquiries about their child from other coaches/teams during the season to their coach of the team.
- It is the philosophy of the Runnin’ Redwoods League to promote equal play amongst its participants. Coaches understand that it is expected of them to do their best in balancing play time for players.
- $250 plus the cost of the player’s AAU card and Uniform
- Any remaining money leftover in the team account at the end of the season will go into the Runnin’ Redwoods general account.
- You may pay fees using this form.
- All teams will purchase their uniforms during the uniform ordering period.
- You may order a uniform using this form.
- Interested coaches are required to be interviewed by the AAU committee before any official team meetings, uniform orders, or tournament registrations.
- Coaches will be notified within three days of interview of the committees’ decision of their candidacy. Once coaches are approved, they may commence in all AAU team related activities.
- Additional information and accounting procedures can be found on the SLV Youth website.
Player/Parent inquiries regarding signing up for the Spring AAU season
- Currently Runnin’ Redwoods has no official tryouts. Teams are usually formed by coaches interested in running a team. If your son or daughter is interested in in playing, we suggest a two pronged approach:
- Reach out to parents or rec basketball coaches you may know (in your child’s same age group).
- Give us (AAU Committee) your child’s name, age group. We will pass that information along to any coaches that may be seeking players. Email email@example.com.