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    Team Prize Package Giveaway for Early Team Registration

    07/17/2017, 9:15am CDT
    By Kate Klosno, NWBA

    Early Team Registration opens at 2PM MST on July 17

    The NWBA is excited to announce a Team Prize Package Giveaway for teams registering during the Early Team Registration session for the 2017-2018 season. The Early Team Registration officially opens on Monday, July 17 at 2 p.m. Mountain time.

    You must complete the 2017-18 NWBA Team Registration during the Early Team Registration session to be eligible for the Team Prize Package Giveaway. Ten winners will be selected at random. The prize packs that are up for grabs are detailed below.

    Team USA’s Steve Serio has won the ESPY Award for Best Male Athlete with a Disability at the 25th Annual ESPY Awards on ABC. This was the first time that Serio has been nominated and the first time a wheelchair basketball athlete has won the prestigious award. Serio’s teammate Matt Scott was an ESPY Award finalist in 2008.

    Serio was nominated for this category after a leading Team USA to the gold medal at the Rio Paralympics last summer. The Rio Games was Serio’s third appearance in the Paralympics and his first gold medal. Not only his first personal gold medal but the U.S. Men’s Wheelchair Basketball Team’s first gold medal since 1988. Serio served as the team’s co-captain and scored an outstanding 43 points in the last three games along with 23 rebounds and 30 assists.

    It was a hard fought feat to bring the gold back to U.S. and it paid off by being nominated for such an award. Having the gold back in U.S. meant a lot to this hard working co –captain and now ESPY award winner. “I was surprised to even get nominated for this award, let alone win my category. It is truly a representation of our sport and the accomplishments we made in Rio,” said Serio.

    Serio, a three-time U.S. Paralympian, has been in Los Angeles preparing for the awards show and red carpet appearances since Tuesday, alongside his brother, Luke.

    Serio’s category included other top Paralympic Athletes Will Groulx, Mike Minor, Brad Snyder and Roderick Townsend all whom competed at the 2016 Paralympic Games. Last year’s winner of this award went to sprinter Richard Browne but 2017 was Steve Serio’s year for the victory on the court.

    Serio commented directly after receiving his award, “It’s truly humbling to win this award. I would like to thank my family and friends back home and to everyone who voted this year. Also a very special thanks to my teammates from Rio and this award is a direct reflection of all of our hard work, dedication, and sacrifices.”

    The NWBA congratulates and salutes Steve Serio on quite an honor of being recognized as the Best Male Athlete with a Disability at the 25th Annual ESPY Awards.

     

    Board of Directors Re-elects Sarah Castle as President

    07/11/2017, 5:15pm CDT
    By Kate Klosno, NWBA

    NWBA Board of Directors Re-Elects Sarah Castle as President

    COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO – The NWBA Board of Directors re-elected Sarah Castle as President for a two-year term, on Monday’s teleconference call. The Board of Directors also elected the other officer positions, who will also be serving two-year terms.

    Castle, a four-time U.S. Paralympian in swimming and wheelchair basketball, will continue serving as NWBA President. She won a gold medal in 2008 in wheelchair basketball, and is a 2000 silver medalist in swimming. Professionally, Castle is an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in Kansas City, Missouri. She was first elected as president in 2015.

    Bruce Fischbach and Curtis Lease were re-elected as vice president and treasurer, respectively. Tim Fox, who was recently re-elected to the board of directors, was elected as the secretary.

    Fischbach has dedicated his time working with Special Olympics, minor league baseball, youth athletics and athletes in the NWBA. He has also served as a tournament director and junior conference commissioner for the NWBA. He is the Assistant Athletic Director for sports medicine at University of South Dakota. His wife, Kelly, is active with wheelchair basketball as well, and coaches the University of Nebraska-Omaha and Nebraska Red Dawgs Teams.

    Lease will continue his position as treasurer and is currently the business manager at Western DuPage Special Recreation Association. Curtis played for the Chicago Wheelchair Bulls and was among 24 NWBA players that were chosen to play for the NWBA East All-Star Team.

    Tim Fox takes over the secretary position that was previously filled by Scott Voskovitch, who resigned in April. Fox is currently the head coach and general manager of the Cleveland Wheelchair Cavaliers. One of Fox’s major accomplishments was helping establish the Junior Wheelchair Cavaliers. Fox has also served as a member of the NWBA Division III Committee. He is currently the Assistant Vice President Branch Manger for PNC Bank.

     

    Women's National Team Trains at UTA

    07/11/2017, 1:30pm CDT
    By Taylor Bond, NWBA

    University of Texas Arlington, one of the most successful collegiate wheelchair basketball schools, has seen a whole new level of play on their courts this week. The U.S. Women’s National Team takes to the road at UTA Mavericks home courts this past week for one of its last camps prior to the America’s Qualifier in Columbia. UTA has won seven national championships, and nearly every member of their roster year after year is named to the First-Team All-American squad.

    Of this reputable roster are U.S. Women’s National Team members Abby Dunkin, Josie Aslakson and Morgan Wood all current UTA Mavericks. I sat down with the three women to discuss having the National Team with multiple Paralympic Gold Medalists on their college home court in front of their teammates and paying right alongside them.

    UTA’s rich history of wheelchair basketball success brings a sense of urgency and inspiration to the atmosphere of the auxiliary gym the team is hosting camp at. All three women agree the atmosphere is a lot more excited than usual and a lot of Maverick players, UTA students, faculty and staff were in attendance at practices and scrimmages. Recent Paralympic gold medalist and UTA Senior Abby Dunkin mentioned, “The atmosphere is more intense and exciting but the University is humbled to have Team USA on campus and it motivates a lot of our UTA teammates and gets them excited for what we are doing as a college team as well.”

    The winning Culture at UTA transitions nicely into the USA Team Camp. Practice sessions have been run at a high confident level and even with a mix of new and different players everyone is performing at the same level and everyone adjusts to the elite level of play. The confidence illuminates from the players with a home court advantage like fellow UTA Grad Student Morgan Wood. “Playing with the best in the world on my home court gives you this chip on your shoulder and you know you deserve to be there. I am also a lot more comfortable playing in my own gym and in front of everyone I know,” added Wood.

    UTA Senior Josie Aslakson added, “There is a lot of pressure playing on your home court, but I was pleasantly surprised to have training camp here on campus and it is nice not to have to travel.” These three young athletes feel humbled that the National Team came to them and they are able to show them the Maverick culture for the week and be one step a head out on their home court with their own rims where they’ve won a multitude of championships.

    Training Camp began on Sunday July 9 and will finish on Thursday July 13. Training sessions all week are inclusive of conditioning, shooting practices, weight lifting, scrimmages and team meetings. It is a full week for the National Team but with the help of Maverick favorites Dunkin, Aslakson and Wood all the girls should feel a little more comfortable on the UTA campus. 

    Lakeshore Foundation Founder Michael Stephens Dies at Age 73

    07/06/2017, 3:00pm CDT
    By Taylor Bond, NWBA

    Michael E. Stephens passed away on July 1 at the age of 73. Stephens had been an advocate of the adaptive sports community for many years and always strived for the best programs, tools and opportunities for rehabilitation programs for the physically disabled. Stephens had been injured himself in 1970 from a car accident. He suffered a long-term spinal-cord injury that changed his life forever.

    Like most severe injuries do, it changed Stephen’s life purpose and passion in career and hobby. He wanted to be a great social influencer and make a personal impact on people who had suffered similar injuries. After attending the University of Alabama at Birmingham he became the executive director of the Lakeshore Hospital. He wanted the hospital to offer the best rehabilitation center and eliminate services that tampered with the recovery process.

    With great sadness the NWBA wants to send condolences to Michael Stephen's family. Mr. Stephen passed away on July 1. He has been a profound leader in our community since the 1970s after he suffered a spinal-cord injury. He later started the Lakeshore Foundation and also served on the USOC Leadership Council. He was a tremendous visionary with a lot of passion for rehabilitation and programs that supported the physically disabled. We are very saddened by the news of his passing, keep his family in your thoughts! Mr. Stephen will be missed.” –Sarah Castle NWBA President

    Nearly 10 years after starting at the hospital, he became the founder and CEO of the Lakeshore Foundation. He grew the foundation to have 46 rehabilitation facilities in 12 states. He offered sports, recreation fitness and research for all people with physical disabilities.

    He created an environment of supportive people, passion driven members and changed the paradigm of rehabilitation world wide. He was later on the Board of Directors for the Lakeshore Foundation and served on the USOC Leadership Council and Chairman’s Circle. He was a supreme visionary, advocate for the community for people with disabilities and angel to those in the rehabilitation programs. He did a tremendous amount for his community, the medical word, adaptive sport and the rehabilitation world. He will be truly missed in our community.

    NWBA Hall of Fame Chairman Frank Burns had this to say about the impact Stephens made, “Mike Stephens believed in the power of sport for persons with disabilities during the rehabilitation process, especially for the sport of wheelchair basketball. He taught me as a coach, to train wheelchair athletes, don't try to rehabilitate them as he believed sport participation and competition is therapeutic for everyone. Wheelchair basketball has lost one of its greatest pioneers.”

    Steve Serio Ready for ESPY Red Carpet

    07/05/2017, 3:15pm CDT
    By Taylor Bond, NWBA

    ESPY Nomination Day was just another relaxing afternoon at home for Steve Serio. A friend’s text broke the news to Serio that he had in fact been nominated for Best Male Athlete with a Disability. The three-time Paralympian, also a two- time medalist, with his latest hardware being Gold from the Rio Paralympic Games. As co-captain of the U.S. team he scored 42 points in the last three games, while also having 23 rebounds and 30 assists, but he will humbly note, “My statistics aren't impressive at all, it was a team effort and a team victory.”

    Even more humbly, Serio mentions being nominated for this award is no reflection of him as a player but of his team and the entire basketball community. As both Olympic and Paralympic basketball teams won gold for United States. Serio thinks his nomination is proving that the sport is evolving in all aspects and even more so with wheelchair basketball, people are becoming bigger fans and knowing more about the sport, it’s history, success and future on U.S. soil.

    Serio is nominated in this category alongside Will Groulx, Mike Minor, Brad Snyder and Roderick Townsend. Of the four incredible Paralympic athletes Serio knows Groulx who in fact was a former rugby player turned hand cyclist. As well as Snyder whom Serio cheered on in the Games as he won three gold medals and a silver in Rio in Swimming. He is looking forward to reconnecting with all of the guys in his category at the show. Serio notes how respectable all four athletes are but cordially jokes to the fans, “Do your best and vote for me, it is not a vote just for me but a vote for our sport and for the future of our sport to get on the map.”

    Serio plans on brining his younger brother as his guest to the ESPY Awards which air on ABC, Wednesday July 12. He claims they haven't gotten to do a lot since Serio moved away from home five years ago. He adds his brother is a huge sports fan and hopes to meet New York Giants superstar Odell Beckham. “If he is at the show we will do whatever it takes to get a picture with him, that would just be awesome,” commented Serio.

    As far as red carpet attire goes, he has yet to figure out his outfit for the evening but mentions teammate and former ESPY nominee and four-time U.S. Paralympian Matt Scott has been giving him lots of style tips. “Matt has been telling me all the things I need to do to get ready. He has been to the ESPY Awards before and has been helping me figure out what to wear and giving me some tips since he knows what he’s doing. It’s something I need to figure out when I get home so I have a swag outfit,” mentioned Serio.

    If Serio does win the ESPY Award for Best Male Athlete with a Disability, he has a few people he wants to thank. First and foremost, his family who have helped him with traveling and all his success the last 10 years of his career. Serio is very close with his family and hopes if he does win the award it means something more to them. He also of course wants to thank all of his teammates and wants to know this award isn't for him personally but for all the success of each and every member in Rio. “All my successes are going to them,” stated Serio.

    July 12 will be a big night for the Sports World but more importantly for three time Paralympian Steve Serio and all of the wheelchair basketball community world-wide. There is still time to vote for Serio at ESPN.com under his specific category. It will be an awesome night hosted by NFL star Peyton Manning. Be sure to tune in to ABC July 12 at 7 PM central. Congrats to Serio once again and the rest of the U.S. Men’s National Wheelchair Basketball team and good luck! 

    2017-18 NWBA Membership Registration Information

    06/28/2017, 2:00pm CDT
    By NWBA

    COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO - The NWBA continues NWBA Membership Week with summary of the information necessary to complete the Team and Individual Registrations for the 2017-18 NWBA season. Information collected during registration will continue to build profiles to sync info on future registrations. The NWBA streamlined the registration process as certifications and documentation will be connected to your profile for quick reference and verification.

    To complete Team and Individual Registrations please visit www.nwba.org. You will need a SportsEngine account to complete all registrations with the NWBA. If you already have a SportsEngine account, click here to learn how to login. If you have forgot your password to your SportsEngine account, click here to reset your passwordIf you need to create a SportsEngine account, click here to create a SportsEngine account.

    The team registration includes any group of individuals organized as a team or club for the purpose of playing wheelchair basketball. The Early Team Registration starts at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, July 17 and closes at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, July 31. Open Team Registration is available starting on Tuesday, August 1.

    Required Information – Team Registration

    • Team Representative Contact Information

    • Team Website

    • Team Colors

    • Team Logo

    • Team Photo

    • Form of Payment (Debit/Credit Card & Checking Account)

    • Adult Division II & Division III Teams

      • Electronic Letter of Intent

      • Electronic Team Roster for Review

    All teams will have an opportunity to establish a payment plan with all dues being paid in full by November 1. The payment plan for one-team is that 50 percent of the dues be paid upon registration, with the remaining balance due no later than November 1. Any organization that has two or more teams, will have to pay in full for one team, and then the remaining balance is due no later than November 1. Any team who has not paid in full by November 1 will be ineligible for 2017-18 NWBA post season tournaments, and the team will not be a member in good standing until all dues are paid in full.

    Individual registration includes the following Individual Membership Categories per Article IV of the NWBA Bylaws: Athlete; Coach; Official; Classification; Team Representative; Statistician; Athletic Trainer; Team Classification Reviewer; Equipment Manager; Administrator; Volunteer; Divisional and Conference Leadership; Board Directors; Hall of Fame; and Affiliate. Individual Registration will be separated into two categories: Athlete and Non-Athlete.

    The Early Individual Registration starts at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 1 and closes at 11:59 a.m. on Tuesday, August 22. Open Individual Registration is available starting on Wednesday, August 23.

    All individual members only need to pay membership dues once, regardless of the number of roles they represent in the NWBA. Volunteers and Hall of Fame Members will have their individual membership dues waived. A Membership Fee Waiver Request is available for, however not limited to, individuals with significant financial hardship. Please submit a summary of your request to Brandon McBeain at brandonmcbeain@nwba.org.

    Required Information – Athlete Registration

    • Contact Information

    • Date of Birth

    • T-Shirt Size

    • Disability Information

    • Jersey Number

    • Debit/Credit Card*

    • Junior Division Athletes

    Only one entry for Athlete Registration is required for athletes rostered on multiple teams.

    Athletes that also serve in Non-Athlete roles should complete Athlete Registration prior to Non-Athlete Registration.

    Required Information – Non-Athlete Registration

    • Contact Information

    • Date of Birth

    • T-Shirt Size

    • Background check; integrated into registration

    • Debit/Credit Card*

    • All Non-Athletes must successfully pass SafeSport

      • Visit  to http://www.nwba.org/safesport complete

        • Valid for two years from date of completion

        • Complete no later than September 30 or within 45 days of registering

    • Officials

      • Must successfully complete the Officials Test on annual basis

    • Coaches

      • Must successfully complete NWBA Level I Coach Certification

    • Team Classification Reviewer

      • Must successfully complete the Team Classification Reviewer Test

        • Valid for two years from date of completion

        • Complete no later than September 30 or within 45 days of registering

    Only one entry for Non-Athlete Registration is required for individuals serving in various roles.

    *Payment options are available for teams and organizations to cover individual registration dues of team athletes and non-athletes.

    If you have questions please contact Brandon McBeain, Director of Membership Services and Programs, at brandonmcbeain@nwba.org or (719) 266-4082 ext. 108.

    NWBA and Sportable To Host PreSeason NIT in OCTOBER

    06/28/2017, 10:00am CDT
    By NWBA

    RICHMOND, VIRGINIA - Sportable, Richmond’s Paralympic adaptive sports club, is partnering with the National Wheelchair Basketball Association to host the NWBA Preseason National Invitation Tournament presented by CarMax October 20-22.  This three-day tournament will take place in conjunction with the inaugural National Wheelchair Basketball Week and will be the official kickoff to the 2017-2018 NWBA Season.  The EJ Wade Arena at the VCU Stuart C. Siegel Center will host the tournament and feature the top NWBA Adult and NWBA Junior wheelchair basketball teams from all over the country. 

    “We are thrilled to partner with Sportable and have our season kickoff in Richmond,” said NWBA Executive Director Anthony Bartkowski.  “This tournament is going to close out the first ever National Wheelchair Basketball Week, a time when we can recognize some of the best athletes in the country.  This will be great for our sport and for athletes with disabilities.  Having this event in Richmond with such great partners like Sportable, Richmond Region Tourism, and CarMax is a great opportunity for our sport.”

    “Bringing some of the best wheelchair basketball players in the country to Richmond is fantastic for the area and is further proof that Richmond is a sports destination,” said Sportable Executive Director Hunter Leemon.  “It will be a great opportunity for our teams, the Spokes and Rim Riders, to play some of the country’s best competition in our own backyard.  As well, we are excited to have the tournament at VCU’s Siegel Center, one of the premiere sports facilities in Richmond.  As well, we are grateful to our two great partners at CarMax and Richmond Region Tourism for helping to make this tournament happen.”

    The NWBA Preseason NIT presented by CarMax will feature a total of 28 top NWBA teams across four divisions. The eight-team tournament will be a double elimination tournament, with the Junior Division Prep tournament being a four-team round robin tournament. 

    The NWBA Adult Division will feature eight teams from Division I, with the top eight teams from the 2017 NWBT presented by ABC Medical receiving automatic invites. The Sportable Rim Riders will compete in the Division II Tournament, and invite seven other top-ranked teams to the EJ Wade Arena at the VCU Stuart C. Siegel Center.

    “It’s a great fit for CarMax to partner with Sportable and the NWBA to bring a tournament of this caliber to Richmond as it embodies our core values of diversity and teamwork as well as our focus on providing health and wellness opportunities for all,” said Leslie Parpart, Director, Community Relations at CarMax. “We are proud to call Richmond home and know that visitors to our community will see why we have known it’s such a great place to live, work, and play.”

    The Sportable Spokes, winners of the 2016 Junior Division National Invitation Tournament, will roll into the Preseason NIT presented by CarMax in its backyard against seven other top NWBA Varsity teams. The Varsity tournament will also serve as a NWBA Junior Division Regional qualifier with the top two placing teams receiving automatic bids for the 2018 NWBT presented by ABC Medical.

    A Junior Prep tournament will feature four teams in a round-robin tournament format. The prep division is for athletes 13 and under.

    “Richmond Region Tourism is excited to partner with Sportable and the National Wheelchair Basketball Association to host the inaugural Preseason NIT event in our own backyard” said J.C. Poma, Richmond Region Tourism Sports Development Manager. “The Richmond Region serves as a host destination for all types of sporting events showcasing the talents of athletes with all abilities. The 2017 NWBA Preseason NIT presented by CarMax is a fantastic addition to another exciting year for sports in the Richmond Region and further shows that the Richmond Region is truly a sports community for all.”

    The NWBA Preseason National Invitation Tournament presented by CarMax will kickoff on Friday, October 20 and conclude the afternoon of Sunday, October 22.  Throughout the weekend teams will compete for the right to play for the tournament championship in their bracket on Sunday.  All championship games will take place on the championship court at the EJ Wade Arena at VCU’s Stuart C. Siegel Center on Sunday.  Brackets and schedules will be released in September. 

    2017-18 NWBA Membership Enhancements & Benefits

    06/27/2017, 12:30pm CDT
    By NWBA

    As the NWBA continues to roll out information on registration for the 2017-18 NWBA season, there are numerous benefits and enhancements that have been developed to increase your involvement within the association. The newly restructured NWBA Membership Program is focused on deliverables and benefits to members. The following are the many benefits and new enhancements that teams and individuals will receive as NWBA members. All members benefit from being a participant in the largest disabled sport organization and wheelchair basketball league in the world.

    Since the close of the season, the NWBA has worked in establishing more benefits and enhancements to the membership program. Some of the exciting new features are: 1. Using your tablet and/or smartphone to register; 2. No processing fees; 3. No background check fees for non-athletes; 4. Reduced insurance deductible to $500 for any secondary-accident coverage for all members.

    Individual Benefits

    • Competency Training & Certifications (Officials, Coaches, Team Reviewer, SafeSport)
    • Exclusive access to participate in NWBA programing
    • Access to digital newsletters and other announcements
    • Secondary Accident Insurance Coverage

    Individual Membership Enhancements

    • Streamlined individual registration process
    • You can register using your tablet and/or smartphone
    • More registrations & forms available electronically
    • No background check fees for non-athletes
    • Personal profile on website
    • New "Find A Team" map
    • Discount offers from NWBA partners
    • Access to NWBA Classification Database
    • More educational & training materials
    • Live interactive videos & webinars
    • Player Recognition Program
    • Membership & registration giveaways

    Team Membership Benefits

    • Team-specific web page
    • Recognized delegate for NWBA membership voting 
    • Eligible to compete in NWBA sanctioned events
    • Eligible to compete (pending invitation) divisional national tournament
    • Accident Insurance Coverage

     

    Team Membership Enhancements

    • Streamlined team registration process
    • Team registration fee payment plan options
    • Management of team score input
    • Access to live scoring app
    • More education & training materials
    • More live stream video of competition
    • Provided a Team Guide Book to reference and track team operations
    • Provided a hard copy of the NWBA scorebook
    • Provided grassroots promotional resources
    • Turn key sales kits for team fundraising
    • Team Recognition Program
    • Membership & registration giveaways

    The NWBA Board of Directors and staff look forward to continuing to provide great service to our members. The NWBA will continue to work on increasing the benefits for all NWBA members.

    If you have questions please contact Brandon McBeain, Director of Membership Services and Programs, at brandonmcbeain@nwba.org or (719) 266-4082 ext. 108.

    2017-18 NWBA Membership Registration Dates

    06/27/2017, 12:15pm CDT
    By NWBA

    Registration Opens Team - July 17 & Individual - August 1

    COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO – The dates for NWBA Team and Individual Registration have been announced and are listed below. The individual and team registrations will be available through the NWBA website. Each registration will have a scheduled early and open time period. The dates for registration are earlier than prior years, as this will allow us time to ensure rostering of athletes is correct.

    Team Registration

    • Early Registration – July 17-31
    • Open Registration – August 1

    Individual Registration

    • Early Registration – August 1-22
    • Open Registration – August 23

    To complete Team and Individual Registrations please visit www.nwba.org. You will need a SportsEngine account to complete all registrations with the NWBA. If you already have a SportsEngine account, click here to learn how to login. If you have forgot your password to your SportsEngine account, click here to reset your password. If you need to create a SportsEngine account, click here to create a SportsEngine account

    Individual registration includes the following Individual Membership Categories per Article IV of the NWBA Bylaws: Athlete; Coach; Official; Classification; Team Representative; Statistician; Athletic Trainer;Team Classification Reviewer; Equipment Manager; Administrator; Volunteer;Divisional and Conference Leadership; Board Directors; Hall of Fame; and Affiliate. The team registration includes any group of individuals organized as a team or club for the purpose of playing wheelchair basketball.

    The Early Team Registration starts at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, July 17 and closes at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, July 31. Open Team Registration is available starting on Tuesday, August 1.

    The Early Individual Registration starts at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 1 and closes at 11:59 a.m. on Tuesday, August 22. Open Individual Registration is available  starting on Wednesday, August 23.

    The rostering of athletes to teams will continuously be conducted throughout the Early Individual Registration. All individuals with a completed entry for Early Individual Registration will be rostered by August 30. The roster verification period for Early Individual Registration will be Thursday, August 31 to Thursday, September 7. Athletes registering during Open Individual Registration will be rostered within 3-5 business days.

    If you have questions please contact Brandon McBeain, Director of Membership Services and Programs,at brandonmcbeain@nwba.org or (719) 266-4082 ext 108.

    Steve Serio ESPY Interview

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