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About NorCal Hoops Tournaments
NorCal Hoops hosts a series of AAU basketball tournament designed to provide a format for competitive play and skills development at various levels.  Our tournaments are sanctioned by the Amateur Athletic Association (AAU) which is an international, non-profilt sports association.

Ralph Cesena Jr
Executive Director - NorCalHoops
Info@NorCalHoops.com

May Tournament Registration is NOW OPEN!  (click here)
June Santa Cruz Tournament Registration Closes May 31st  (click here)

April Tournament Results are posted!    (click here)
March Tournament Results are posted!    (click here)


THANK YOU for all the teams that have supported our tournaments the past 10 years!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the rules for NorCalHoops.Net Tournaments?
Rules can be found on our RULES & REGULATIONS page.

How Do I Determine In Which Competitive Division I Should Enter My Team?
If you are a new team and have not yet played in a NorCalHoops.Net tournament, you should register in at least the COMPETITIVE division. Teams are not allowed to begin at the NOVICE level (you have to earn the right to "play down"). If you are a first time team, it will be up to the tournament director to place your team in the appropriate division. Teams may be moved up based on reputation or input from other tournament promoters.

What Is A Grade Exception Player?
A player that is OLDER than the minimum age on the age determination date (Sept 1st of a given year), but still meets the grade determination date (March 1st of a given year), is considered a Grade Exception. Players who where held back a year in school can often times be a grade exception.

How Do I Determine If A Player Is A Grade Exception?
We suggest using the Age / Grade calculator provided by AAU. You can access the calculator at THIS LINK.

How Many Grade Exception Players Are Allowed On A Team?
Three, with no exceptions.

Can Girls Play on Boys AAU Basketball Teams?
No, girls must play on girls teams.

Do You Have A Question?
Please submit your questions from our CONTACT US page.
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