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The Division III executive committee has release the top 25 teams in Division III.
Division III February Rankings...
The junior division executive committee has release the rankings for the top 36 junior 10' teams. All teams ranked are encouraged to register for the National Tournament. The top 32 teams are invited however if a team is unable to attend the tournament will be opened up to #33-#36 in order of rankings.
1.Courage Center Timberwolves...
The championship division executive committee has release the ranking for the top 20 teams. If you are a tournament director or home team please be sure to post your game scores. Click HERE to post scores.
Championship Division Top Twenty January 2014 Rankings:...
The Championship Division has released its December Top 20 rankings.
1) Dallas Wheelchair Mavericks...
The Junior Division is now accepting applications for the 2014 Junior Division High School All-Academic Team. The application below will outline the criteria and processes for submission. Please be sure to return your application to Christopher Rathje no later than February 15, 2014.
This presentation is for any juniors that are interested in Intercollegiate Programs.
Dallas Lady Mavericks 48 vs. Phoenix Banner Wheelchair Mercury 24
University of Arizona Lady Wildcats 44 vs. Denver Lady Rollin’ Nuggets 33
Phoenix Banner Wheelchair Mercury 17 vs. University of Arizona Lady Wildcats 51
Denver Lady Rollin’ Nuggets 37 vs. Dallas Lady Mavericks 46
Phoenix Banner Wheelchair Mercury 33 vs. Denver Lady Rollin’ Nuggets 20
University of Arizona Lady Wildcats 34 vs. Dallas Lady Mavericks 49
Courtesy of Lakeshore Foundation
The Alabama Crimson Tide had a shot at two national championships today at the National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament at Lakeshore Foundation, they returned home to Tuscaloosa Saturday night with one. The men’s team defeated the University of Texas-Arlington 71-52 to win its first national championship for the men’s program.