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    2018-19 Season Preview - Adult Division I

    10/12/2018, 5:00pm CDT
    By NWBA

    The NWBA embarks on its 70th season and after a great offseason, it’s shaping up to be one of the best seasons yet. Several new teams have been established by grassroots organizations. Reigning champions have moved up to conquer new divisions. A number of talented players have taken their talents to new rosters, and a new batch of young stars prepare to rise at the dawn of the season.

    We’ll cover all that news, division-by-division, in our 2018-2019 NWBA Season Previews. Last but not least, the Adult Division I sits as the focal point of our final preview:

    2018-19 Season Preview - Adult Division II

    10/11/2018, 5:30pm CDT
    By NWBA

    The NWBA embarks on its 70th season and after a great offseason, it’s shaping up to be one of the best seasons yet. Several new teams have been established by grassroots organizations. Reigning champions have moved up to conquer new divisions. A number of talented players have taken their talents to new rosters, and a new batch of young stars prepare to rise at the dawn of the season.

    We’ll cover all that news, division-by-division, in the next week in our 2018-2019 NWBA Season Previews. Adult Division II is the centerpiece for today’s preview:

    2018-19 Season Preview - Adult Division III

    10/11/2018, 5:00pm CDT
    By NWBA

    The NWBA embarks on its 70th season and after a great offseason, it’s shaping up to be one of the best seasons yet. Several new teams have been established by grassroots organizations. Reigning champions have moved up to conquer new divisions. A number of talented players have taken their talents to new rosters, and a new batch of young stars prepare to rise at the dawn of the season.

    We’ll cover all that news, division-by-division, in the next week in our 2018-2019 NWBA Season Previews. We move up to the Adult Division III for today’s breakdown :

    2018-19 Season Preview: Intercollegiate Division

    10/10/2018, 5:00pm CDT
    By NWBA

    The NWBA embarks on its 70th season and after a great offseason, it’s shaping up to be one of the best seasons yet. Several new teams have been established by grassroots organizations. Reigning champions have moved up to conquer new divisions. A number of talented players have taken their talents to new rosters, and a new batch of young stars prepare to rise at the dawn of the season.

    We’ll cover all that news, division-by-division, in the next week in our 2018-2019 NWBA Season Previews. Today we’ll take a look at the budding talent in the Intercollegiate Division:

    2018-19 Season Preview: Women's Division

    10/09/2018, 5:15pm CDT
    By NWBA

    The NWBA embarks on its 70th season and after a great offseason, it’s shaping up to be one of the best seasons yet. Several new teams have been established from grassroots organizations. Reigning champions have moved up to conquer new divisions. A number of talented players have taken their talents to new rosters, and a new batch of young stars prepare to rise at the dawn of the season.


    We’ll cover all that news, division-by-division, in the next week in our 2018-2019 NWBA Season Previews. This breakdown covers the engaging play of the  Women’s Division.

    Two Training Courses being offered for NWBA Classifier Certification

    10/09/2018, 1:45pm CDT
    By NWBA & Classification Committee

    Nov. 9-11 in TX & Feb. 8-10 in CA

    COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - For the 2018-19 season the National Wheelchair Basketball Association will be offering two training courses to become certified as a Regional Classifier in the NWBA functional sport classification system. The courses will be held in conjunction with the Jim Hayes Memorial Wheelchair Basketball Tournament and 2018 Third Annual Brad Rich Invitational.

    The NWBA and Classification Committee invite trainers, coaches, sports administrators, physical therapist, medical professionals and anyone interested in becoming a NWBA certified classifier to attend a training course. The courses will also provide current NWBA Regional Classifiers the opportunity to test to become a NWBA National Classifier (must have served as Regional Classifier for two NWBA events).

    There are only 15 spots available per training course, filled on a first come first serve basis.

    Details:

    • Arlington, Texas on November 9-11
      • Meeting location TBD
      • Registration deadline: October 29 at 11:59 p.m. (MST)
      • Held during the Jim Hayes Memorial Wheelchair Basketball Tournament

     

    • San Diego, California on February 8-10
      • Meeting location TBD
      • Registration deadline: January 28 at 11:59 p.m. (MST)
      • Held during the 2018 Third Annual Brad Rich Invitational

    The registration fee for each training course is $75.00. Completed registration forms should be sent to Brandon McBeain at brandonmcbeain@nwba.org prior to the registration deadline. The registration form and flier for both training courses are attached for your convenience.

    The NWBA embarks on its 70th season and after a great offseason, it’s shaping up to be one of the best seasons yet. Several new teams have been established by grassroots organizations. Reigning champions have moved up to conquer new divisions. A number of talented players have taken their talents to new rosters, and a new batch of young stars prepare to rise at the dawn of the season.

    We’ll cover all that news, division-by-division, in the next week in our 2018-2019 NWBA Season Previews. Our second breakdown focuses of the Varsity level of play in the Junior Division:

    2018-19 Season Preview - Junior Division (Prep)

    10/04/2018, 7:00pm CDT
    By NWBA

    The NWBA embarks on its 70th season and after a great offseason, it’s shaping up to be one of the best seasons yet. Several new teams have been established by grassroots organizations. Reigning champions have moved up to conquer new divisions. A number of talented players have taken their talents to new rosters, and a new batch of young stars prepare to rise at the dawn of the season.

     We’ll cover all that news, division-by-division, in the next week in our 2018-2019 NWBA Season Previews. Our first breakdown looks at the ever-enthralling Prep level of play in the Junior Division: 

     

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