Wisconsin Shooters Basketball was founded in 1987 focusing on providing a quality basketball experience to youth across the state of Wisconsin. In 2010, after a short break from competition after the 2004 season, a group of former Wisconsin Shooters Basketball players took on the challenge of resurrecting the program. Their vision was to lead on the court with a new, competitive and fresh take on basketball development and teaching while competing on the spring/summer travel circuit. In August of 2013 the first girl's team was formed at the 9U level. In August of 2018, the program decided to disband boys teams and move forward only offering teams for girls.

Wisconsin Lady Shooters Basketball is a subordinate under the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). The Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) is one of the largest, non-profit, volunteer, sports organizations in the United States. A multi-sport organization, the AAU is dedicated exclusively to the promotion and development of amateur sports and physical fitness programs. The purpose of the AAU Girls' Basketball Program is to initiate, stimulate, and improve opportunities for amateur girls' basketball competition, and to promote and develop leadership, sportsmanship, physical fitness, educational opportunities, and athletic excellence.

2022 AAU CLUB CODE: W36W49

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