Pacific Northwest AAU provides membership services for over 35 sports at both the local and national level. Once a membership is purchased, it will apply coverage for any AAU sport. An AAU membership provides secondary insurance for individuals at any AAU sanctioned practice or event. Memberships run from September 1st through August 31st of the following year. Parents should be aware that all AAU coaches MUST pass a national background check as part of their membership requirements. Signing up for an AAU membership is easy! Click here to sign up for your AAU membership.
Coaches MUST obtain a current AAU membership in order to hold practice or participate in any AAU event. This includes both the local and national level. As a benefit to being an AAU coach, Pacific Northwest AAU will also provide you with practice insurance for most facilities in the region. Click here to find out more. As a part of your AAU membership coaches are required to pass a national background check through Verified Volunteers. All coaches are also required to view and complete the concussion protocol forms and training videos listed below under The Lysted Law section on this website.Join AAU
Anyone interested in starting their own club or team can do so. The AAU can help with this! Pacific Northwest AAU will provide insurance for practice and covers most venues in Western Washington. AAU club status will also allow you to participate in any local or national AAU event. Requirements include:
-AAU membership by club director, all players and by all coaches
-Submit the yearly club fee
-Complete the forms and trainings for “The Lystedt Law concussion protocol
-Team tryouts can be posted on our local events page. Click here to submit
-Apply for club status through the national AAU website which can be accessed here
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When hosting an event, (tournaments, camps or leagues) event directors must have all current AAU membership requirements in place. You must also apply for event status through the national AAU website and submit the necessary fees. Your event will then need to be sanctioned by Pacific Northwest AAU. Once completed, your event will be approved for insurance at your designated facilities and may be posted on both the local and national websites.
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The AAU offers unique opportunities for individuals to get involved in their communities through the sports they love. One of the most rewarding ways is to become a sports director. Many sports through Pacific Northwest AAU are open and available for individuals to apply. Simply contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll walk you through the stepsLearn More Join AAU
When coach Mo Sanchez decided to follow his lifelong dream of having his own basketball program, he came up with the idea for the name from "One Family," an ideal he preaches to all of his players. A local product, Coach Sanchez played his high school ball at Lynnwood, his college ball at Shoreline Community College and then took his game to the professional ranks in Venezuela. He brings his knowlege of many years on the hardwood to trainings, practices and games in a compassionate yet demanding way, making it his goal to instill life lessons through the game of basketball. One Basketball LLC is based out of the Lynnwood/Everett area but takes players from all over the North Sound. They offer trainings and teams for both boys and girls grades 4th-12th. We are honored to have One Basketball and Coach Sanchez in the AAU family!
Offerings: Boys & Girls
Contact: Mo Sanchez
Pacific Northwest AAU is proud to feature one of our local basketball members, Keegan Williams. Keegan is a Junior in high school who grew up in the North end and has been an AAU member since 2017. At 6' 4", he has been an integral teammate on both North City Hoops and J-Dub Basketball Club. Keegan has also participated in multiple showcases, most notably PNW Prep in Beaverton Oregon & Prep Hoops 250 in Kirkland. By participating in these AAU activities, Keegan hopes to increase his chances of playing at the next level. Ultimately, he would love to achieve his dream of playing Division I basketball but would be pleased to find himself playing NAIA. Keegan loves to win, understanding the payoff of all the time, effort and sacrifice put in by all members of a team. Outside of basketball, Keegan enjoys spending time with his family, especially his older brother who he looks to for guidance in navigating the youth sports world. Keegan also enjoys watching basketball, most notably his favorite player Dejounte Murray. A fun fact about Keegan, he likes to rollerskate in his spare time. We wish Keegan all the best and good luck in meeting his goals of playing at the next level. If you would like to follow Keegan, check him out at @Keegan_w_5
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