Hoopaholics Boys Training League

 Fall Training League - COMING SOON

Hoopaholics In House Training League is a unique opportunity for serious players to develop their game with experienced and skill development-oriented coaching and apply them directly in an informal and game-like setting. All skill levels are welcome.
Boys training league only at this time.
Training League Review from current parent:

"I am writing to let you know how much we, my son, husband and I, appreciate the Training League that Hoopaholics offers. The program truly focuses on building and strengthening skills and fundamentals of the game of Basketball. Chase is great at what he does.  We like how he stops and immediately corrects hand, foot, body positioning. We have always shy'd away from 'Select' teams because of not feeling good-enough. This program definitely can help transition kids, both boys and girls, into getting themselves ready and have the confidence to go to the next level of competitiveness! Chase's way of teaching has built {Players}'s confidence level and feels more secure that he has yet to maximize his potential in playing basketball! I have been an advocate of Hoopaholics Training League after week 1!"

Spring Season
Mondays, March 13 to June 19
OFF May 29 and June 12
Session 1: 3rd to 4th Grades : 4:45-5:45pm
Session 2: 5th to 6th Grades: 5:45-6:45pm
Session 3: 7th to 8th Grades: 6:45-7:45pm
Calvary Christian Assembly
6801 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98155
COST: $269 Full Season (All 14 Sessions)
$169 Half Season (8 sessions of your choosing)
**FREE for Hoopaholics Team Members**
Non-Team Members can borrow a practice jersey each week
COACH: Chase Young
Chase Young was born and raised in Seattle, where he graduated from Roosevelt HS in 1999. He went on to play at Occidental College and then overseas in Denmark for two seasons before returning home to Seattle. After returning from Denmark, Chase coached under Bart Brandenberg at Roosevelt HS from 2004-2006 and was the athletic director and lead trainer at Emerald City Basketball Academy for 10 years until recently moving over to Hoopaholics as the training director. Chase has produced dozens of elite national level teams over the past 10 years.
FAQ: What is the difference between Training League and Hoopaholics teams?
Training League is for more developmental players often with other commitments throughout the week. It is a great balance of training and intrasquad scrimmaging in an informal and fundamental driven atmosphere.
FAQ: My player is interested in trying out for a Hoopaholics team. Should we join the Training League now or wait until after tryouts to see if he made a team?
We recommend your player join the training league now as spots fill up fast. If your player does make a Hoopaholics team, the $269 or $169 paid for the training league will be deducted from the season cost.
Questions? Contact Dave at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 206-795-0687

Training League

The program is meant for players who want to continue to improve their skills in a less formal environment than a typical AAU team. There will be no team practices and absences are not an issue. It will include skills training dedicated to the details and informal scrimmaging. We hope your player can join our next session!

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