ETB holds registration one time per year during the period of July 15th - Aug 15th for the following fall/winter season. Registration is held as part of Eagan Athletic Association's fall sports registration period.
Early registration is very important as the Board uses registration numbers to decide how many teams will be formed at each grade level and then to enter those teams in area tournaments for the upcoming season. Because of this fact, Eagan Basketball Association elected to impose a $25.00 late fee for any registrations received from August 16th - August 31st.
Note: Additional team costs may apply. These may include but are not limited to: extra tournaments, professional group training sessions, hotel costs, other group activities, etc.
Includes non-refundable $50 tryout fee
*The 2020 rates include the Grade State Tournament at the end of the year in addition to regular tournaments.
Payment Options are online only - TWO OPTIONS
*Processing fees will be added to the final total. Processing fees are the fees that the credit card company and Sports Engine charge EAA to process a credit card transaction.
If your child decided not to tryout, you are entitled to a full refund of your registration fee. A refund will automatically be issued, shortly after tryouts for any player who did not make a team. However, the $50 tryout fee will be not be returned. In addition, a refund may be requested for any reason if the request is made prior to tryouts.
No refunds will be made for any player that makes a team after tryouts are complete!
EBA is planning to move forward with a regular season in terms of practices and tournament participation. We are mindful of the current COVID 19 situation and the uncertainty surrounding it. We will continue to follow recommended safety guidelines from the CDC, MDH, City of Eagan and ISD 196. If recommendations change and teams are unable to participate in scheduled tournaments then EBA will consider refunds. Please understand that the program will not issue any refunds until the end of the season once total costs have been determined.
Participating in travel basketball is a significant commitment for children, parents, and coaches.
The expectation of ETB is that travel basketball is the primary activity for those who choose to participate. Scheduling conflicts inevitably occur, but whenever possible should be avoided.
ETB’s playing time policy makes exceptions for those participants who do not regularly attend practices or games:
Coaches can deviate from the guidelines under “extenuating circumstances or situations” such as: a player repeatedly missing practice, player behavioral problems, player injuries, etc. During the traveling basketball season, basketball practices and tournaments should take precedence over activities other than family, church or school functions. If a player misses practices or games due to participation in another sport or activity, the coach is not required to abide by the fair and equal playing time guidelines.
Anyone who has any interest in coaching should submit an application. Teams that do not have a coach after the pooling process is complete may have to disband if a coach cannot be secured. Even if you believe other parents in your daughter/son's grade will coach, you are encouraged to submit an application in case a pool does not have enough coaching candidates. The coaching candidates deadline is August 16th.
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Eagan Basketball Association was created to provide an opportunity for boys and girls in grades K through 8th to play the exciting game of basketball. Emphasis is placed on fundamentals, player development, sportsmanship and teamwork. Eagan In-House Basketball is built to teach the kids about the game, the fundamentals and how to enjoy it. Eagan Traveling Basketball strives to establish competitive teams, who are led by knowledgeable coaches, with a goal of developing the players to be ready to compete at the next highest level.
Take your game to the next level at the Lynch Basketball Camp! The camp is designed for all boys and girls, ages 8-13, who are interested in learning the game of basketball in a fun and challenging environment. Players will learn the basic skills, fundamentals and techniques of the game (more advanced skills for the more experienced player) and will be separated by age, size, and skill level. We will work on ball handling, shooting, rebounding, defensive footwork and have various shooting contests. We will also run full-court scrimmages in the morning and afternoon. Lynch camp t-shirt and workout tips/evaluation also included for each participant. Bring a water bottle, a bag lunch, and wear basketball attire.
August 10-14th, 9am-3pm
Eagan Community Center
Open to boys and girls ages 8-13.
Note this is NOT an EAA or Eagan Travel Basketball affiliated camp. Registration is through Eagan Parks and Rec.
Search for Activity Number 43043002
The Eagan Basketball Association is seeking motivated individuals to assist the program in various roles on their sport board for upcoming seasons. Below is a list of open positions along with a description of duties. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to apply for a position.
Girls’ Program Director
✓ Will plan all elements of tryout process, including securing the facilities, assigning evaluators as appropriate, determining the appropriate drills and scrimmages to be used, securing the equipment necessary to conduct tryouts, etc. ✓ Will coordinate, schedule and conduct a Coaches/Evaluators session and a Parent Information meeting. Typically, these two will be held on the same evening, just prior to the tryouts. ✓ Will attend and conduct all tryout sessions, including explaining the drills, communicating all elements of the tryout process to the players, etc. ✓ Will create post-tryout survey and coordinate its distribution and tabulation of results. ✓ Maintain detailed position description, duties, written information and materials essential for use in the transition of this position to succeeding Board member.
✓ Will prepare and manage budget for in-house basketball. ✓ Will coordinate registration process and end of season survey. ✓ Will coordinate coach selection, team assignments, team formation, background checks and concussion training. ✓ Will coordinate procurement of facilities and point of contact for facility operators. ✓ Will coordinate scheduling of practices, games, coaches meeting (s) and picture day(s). ✓ Will maintain and communicate rulebooks for the program. ✓ Will coordinate purchasing of equipment for the program, including basketball, jerseys, awards, coach’s shirts and misc. basketball equipment. ✓ Will coordinate the distribution of equipment to the coach’s equipment return and inventory. ✓ Will schedule appropriate clinics for the program (e.g. coaches clinic, EHS players clinic) ✓ Will coordinate referee application, hiring and schedule and obtain W-9 forms. ✓ Will maintain detailed position description, duties, written information and materials essential for use in the transition of this position to succeeding Board Member.
Directors at Large
✓ Will assist the Board with assigned tasks, including but not limited to promotion of the ETB program, fundraising, and tryouts/tournament administration. ✓ Will shadow current Board member to ensure smooth transition of responsibilities, if filling a Board position upon completion of his/her one-year term.
*If you have questions on any of these positions, or are interested in applying, please email: email@example.com directly.
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