2020 LADY TNT TOURNAMENT SCHDULE

MARCH 27TH-29TH

KROC, PHHACILITY, HS 

SWS MAIN EVENT

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AZ ELITE SPRING CLASSIC

APRIL 24TH-26TH GLENDALE,az

NCAA CERTIFIED

                                                                                                   2020 ADIDAS AZ ELITE SPRING CLASSIC - NCAA cert. requested

Welcome to the 23rd annual NCAA CERTIFIED Spring Classic. Games will start all three days at 8:00AM.  Event location is the State Farm Stadium.  Mandatory coaches-only check-in Thursday from 4:00PM - 8:00PM at location TBD shortly.

  • All games held at the State Farm Stadium.

  • Four (4) game guarantee.

  • College and High School referees.

  • Great hotel selection.

  • Large on-site food court and numerous restaurants within walking distance.

  • Multiple certified trainers.

  • 200+ colleges in attendance in 2019.

THE RUN FOR THE ROSES

JULY 5th-8th

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY

Kentucky Expo Center

937 Phillips Lane

Louisville, Kentucky 40209

7th Grade - 11th Grade

Attending Roses gives you FREE entry into the National Championship-Atlanta!

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RUN hosted over 1,000 teams in 2019

 

1,100 College Coaches attended our event

 

We will have 70 courts under one roof in 2020

 

We host over 25 National Scouting Services

 

Each team gets a free parking pass.

Reserve your spot today to ensure your athletes get top collegiate exposure!

JULY 10th-12th CHICAGO, ILL

NCAA CERTIFIED

NIKE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT

Nike’s flagship girls’ basketball events – the Tournament of Champions and Nike Nationals – return to Chicago on July 10, 11, and 12, 2020.

The 22nd Annual Nike Tournament of Champions will host 792 teams from all 50 States and every Canadian province; Nike Nationals – now in its 16th season – features all 64 teams from the Portland, OR based apparel company’s Elite Youth Basketball League (EYBL).

There is little debate that Nike’s iconic Tournament of Champions (est. 1999) is the most competitive club basketball event in the world; combined with Nike Nationals (est. 2005) it has transformed Chicago into a mecca for girls’ basketball and the #1 stop for the nation’s most elite youth teams. Every NCAA Division I basketball program sends multiple coaches to Chicago to evaluate prospective student athletes, as do hundreds of Division II, Division III, NAIA, and NJCAA schools.

In 2020 the combined events will showcase nearly 10,000 student athletes. Over three days more than 2,200 games will be played on 80 full size basketball courts constructed inside Chicago’s McCormick Place – the largest convention center in North America and the only building on the continent large enough to host the Tournament of Champions.

Chicago is of course one of the top tourist destinations in the world, and many of the city’s finest hotels have partnered with the event to provide accommodations for participants and spectators; a continuous shuttle service will transport athletes, coaches, and fans between downtown and the convention center.

NIKE Tournament of Champions

JULY 23RD-25th

atlanta Georgia

The National Championship (July 23-25, Atlanta, GA) returns for its fifth season with as many as 600 teams playing on nearly three times the number of courts and space in the Georgia World Congress Center as previously used.

To create an event unlike any other held during the July observation period, the Tournament of Champions has partnered with three other qualifying July events to create a true national championship, allowing for the determination of the best team in the United States at every age level, regardless of sponsorship or affiliation.

The Championships will be held in Building B of the World Congress Center, which allows for the construction of up to 60 regulation courts along with concessions and retail space. Located in downtown Atlanta just minutes from major hotels and tourist attractions, the GWCC is the perfect venue for this monumental end-of-summer event.

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