News and Announcements
Body Language Matters – Geno Auriemma on body language and the type of players he recruits
This is a great video and worth the watch!
It’s also available on the Media / Videos page.
After going undefeated in their previous trip to Hype Gymnasium, the Major Bantam girls were given another opportunity to test their skills against our US neighbours by virtue of a “free entry”, the prize for winning their last tournament at Hype.
Knowing that a return trip to Hype and going undefeated again would be difficult, the Major Bantams worked tirelessly to prepare for yet another challenge in Wayne, Michigan. The preparation paid off, and the girls rolled through the round robin, going undefeated once again! Their record gave them an automatic birth in the championship game, where they played the host Hype team. The Valiants got off to a great start, with relentless pressure and crisp transition play helping them head into half time with the lead. There was no let down in the second half, as the Major Bantam girls continued to pressure the Hype and through great team defense finished off with a 10 point victory, and another Championship win at Hype Gymnasium.
All 13 girls had significant contributions over the weekend, as it was truly a team victory in each game.
Congratulations on yet another outstanding weekend of basketball ladies, you make the entire Valiants organization proud!
Travel basketball season is just around the corner, and that means tryouts are here! Dust off your basketball shorts, grab your shoes and get ready for another great year of Valiants basketball! Once again the Valiants will be fielding teams from Novice to Juel, anyone interested can check out the tryout dates using the link below.
Check out the tryout dates here!
The fall house league season is right around the corner. Sign up today and don’t miss a moment of the action! Sessions start October 1, 2016
Download registration forms here!
Congratulations to Windsor Police Service and Windsor Valiant Coach Wren Dosant, who has been named the city’s first-ever diversity officer and given the task of building bridges between the force and groups in the community who have an inherent mistrust of police. For the full article, follow the link below.