Our mission is to inspire these female athletes to pursue college scholarships by developing their skills, building their confidence, educating them about the recruitment process, and providing them strategic plans that set appropriate goals, by putting the best girls infront of the top coaches and recruiters.
Based out of Alexandria and surrounding areas, this 10th grade team will be mixed with elite 9th &10 graders that will play in 11th and 10th grade showcases to help these athletes prepare to make their respective Varsity HS Teams. The goal of this season is to make the rising sophomores and juniors prepared to lead their HS teams.
This will be our D1/D2 9th-11th grade team who are in between D2 and D1 15U/16U skill level. The purpose of this team is to prepare these girls to make their respective JV and Varsity teams as freshman and increase their all around basketball IQ and skill level. This team will play a mix of D2 competition and D1 15U/16U competition.
This will be an elite 9th/10th grade team that will play against the top D1 talent in the AAU Potomac Valley region. The purpose of this team is to prepare athletes to make the jump to elite level play, make their Varsity teams as freshman/sophomores, and learn how to fully grasp their roles on the court, while showcasing their talent on a national level.
The purpose of UATI is to give serious student athletes an opportunity to acquire fundamental and advanced basketball skills, compete against high- level competition in tournaments and showcases, and acquire positive, lifelong values through the game we all love. The core mission of our program is to prepare our athletes for competitive basketball at their respective next level. Through our "Intensity" philosophy, our coaches are committed to helping individual players improve their knowledge of basketball both physically and mentally. We will strive to seek out the strongest competition suited for our teams, and help promote our athletes through gameplay and exposure to prestigious schools and recruiters. We care more about the athlete's progression than the progression of the program.