Registration for the Cheesehead Challenge on June 23/24 is now open. Register here or see the Tournaments tab for more details. See how your program/team stacks up against the best competition in Wisconsin and beyond!
Registrations are now open for our Fall Development sessions on Wednesdays and Sundays from September 10 through October 25. Players can sign up for Sunday-only, Wednesday-only, or both. Players are divided into two non-overlapping groups: 4th-7th grade and 8th-12th grade. Each session combines fundamental basketball skill development with 45 minutes of strength & conditioning training led by a professionally certified trainer.
Space is limited to a maximum of 24 participants in each session. Sign up here.
Don’t miss your chance to become part of Wisconsin Impact! Tryouts for incoming 4th graders will be held on Sunday, August 27, at Martin Luther High School (5201 S 76th St, Greendale) from 10:00a-11:00a.
Walk-ups are welcome, but it is helpful to pre-register with an Indication of Interest form here.
There is no charge.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 414.630.1778 if you have any questions.
For 2018, we are moving from a tryout process to an early offer process. If you are interested in joining Wisconsin Impact and wish to be considered for an early offer, then you must fill out an Indication of Interest form here before August 7!
Please contact email@example.com or 414.630.1778 if you have any questions about our organization.
Next year will be Wisconsin Impact’s 9th season, and without fail, our organization has become stronger with each passing year. We are confident that once again our next season will be our best season yet.
We have the most experienced coaching staff in SE Wisconsin (see our coaching bios); we have a strength & conditioning program as part of our regular practices led by a professional coach; and we have professional trainers that work with our athletes (included in our fee). Our teams consistently face the strongest competition, and we have a track record of success throughout our program (see the results for each team on our website). We also have a strong track record of placing athletes at colleges that are a good fit for them with a transfer rate that is far below typical clubs (see our alumni section). Finally, we take pride in being the most organized club around, and our families greatly appreciate the level of communication and organization.
Looking forward to a banner 2018 season!
The schedule for the Wisconsin Varsity Invitational on July 15/16 in Waukesha County has been released: http://www.tourneymachine.com/R30020.
Rules/notes can be found in the Tournaments section of the website (and within the Tourney Machine app).
The Wisconsin Varsity Invitational features 72 of the top high school programs in Wisconsin, split into Large, Medium, and Small divisions. Each team plays 3 stopped-clock games on Saturday and 2 stopped-clock games on Sunday, with the teams advancing to the championship getting an additional game on Sunday.
This year’s Under Armour Cheesehead Challenge is bigger and better than ever with a record 135 teams from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, and Illinois.
The schedule is available at http://www.tourneymachine.com/R31232.
Rules/notes are available in the tournament section of the website.
The only potential opening we have at this time is at the 2018 level for an all-conference caliber player. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We are excited to roll out our new website. Look for additional enhancements in the coming months.
Fall development sessions have been announced!
New this year: Athletes will be working with a professional strength & conditioning coach and utilizing Martin Luther’s training areas and equipment in addition to the basketball training with Impact’s experienced coaching staff.
Your choice of Wednesday or Sunday sessions – or both – are available in September and October. Open house sessions are available in August.
See the home page and/or the Development Activities page for more information.