Kansas City Girls AAU Basketball Tournament
The Girls Sunflower Showcase is the premiere NCAA certified Girls AAU tournament in the Kansas City area. This event will be held in Lawrence, Kansas on April 24-26, 2015 and feature up to 100 travel girls basketball teams in the 13U, 14U, 15U, 16U and 17U divisions.
This will be the first major event held in the brand new mega-million dollar Sports Pavilion! 8 courts under one roof! The only tournament in town with that many courts in the same building.
Main Tournament Website – Click Here
When: April 24-26, 2015
Sports Pavilion Lawrence at Rock Chalk Park
100 Rock Chalk Lane
Lawrence, Ks. 66049
Who: 13u-17u – with lots of college coaches.
The event will be $450/team for 15u-17u
$325/team for 13u-14u.
Multi team discounts (2 or more teams) will be $50/team.
Paying online? You can do that through PayPal at the button below this info.
Paying by check? Make checks payable to: KC Basketball LLC
KC Basketball LLC
7236 Washington Street
Kansas City, MO. 64114
Format: 4 game guarantee. Pool play format, top 2 advance to single elimination tournament, bottom 2 play in consolation game.
Game Play: (2) – 16 minutes stop clock halves.
Officials: High school state officials.
Hotels: Hotel information can be found HERE.
Media: Media coverage will include: Lawrence Journal-World, RecruitLook.com, Kansas City Star, 810 Varsity, and local newspapers
Schedule: The tournament schedule will be released approximately one week before the event.
Registration: You can email the tournament director, Mike Enright, to get more information regarding the Girls Sunflower Showcase
email@example.com & 816-223-7452 cell
- Register your Team (no need for rosters) using the “Registration” fields below.
- Event operator will review and activate registration accordingly.
- Pay your Team entry fee using the “Payment” info listed on this page.
- Register your Team on the NCAA site here NCAA team registration.
- Opt into the Girls Sunflower Showcase through the NCAA site.
- All coaches complete your background check here First Advantage.
- All coaches take the new NCAA educational course.