The mission for
Hoopmatics Basketball, a not-for-profit organization, was to develop each player and allow them to USE basketball to
pay for college and travel around the world. Not have basketball use them. We want every player to receive a college
scholarship - either athletic or academic. Rashaun Richardson (Ball State), Bryce Lienhoop (St. Francis) and Devin Heath-Granger
(Goshen) have already committed. And Alec Bertsch (Wabash) has been offered. More are coming!
Now that we have wrapped our 38-15 final season, we
believe that this is a great TEAM, and we are looking forward to the future in college for our players. Let's GO!
a 501 C3 organization
Attract and retain P.H.A.T. players - Prepared, Humble, Attitude and Team first
Set player academic expectations that will
help players achieve their dreams of playing Division I or II college basketball via scholarship
Create an environment that fosters and encourages a united
group of players and parents for all games and events
Strive to develop individual player skills that will mesh into the team concept
Help the players/team achieve people skills that go well
beyond the game of basketball
Hoopmatics suns it up at AAU national championship
2012-3 Season Highlights
2012 AAU INDIANA STATE CHAMPION
7 offers for player Rashaun Richardson - Miami of Ohio, Toledo, Georgia St., Robert Morris, Kent St.,
Tennessee Tech & Ball St.
Offers for Austin Shelton (Northwoods) and Alec
by Five Star Basketball as one of the top teams in the nation heading into 2012.
Rashuan Richardson helps Indianapolis Tech win their first
City Championship since 1991. Tech is ranked in the Top 10 in then nation. Way to go Rashaun!
Hoopmatics Austin Shelton helps Park Tudor win their 2nd consecutive Marion County championship.
Leach helped his Hamilton Southeastern team knock off Indianapolis Tech 77-71. Tech was ranked #5 in the nation at the
time. Hamilton Southeastern is ranked in the Top 25 in the nation. Keep it up Grant!
Devin Heath-Granger recently
committed to Goshen College. Congrats Devin!
Alec Bertsch was 1 of
only 15 players statewide named to the Main Source Bank Academic All Star team. He was honored recently at a game and
a plaque made up in his honor. Congrats Alec and keep up the great academic work!
Congrats to Rashaun Richardson, Devin Heath-Granger and Bryce Lienhoop
Rashaun Richardson (pictured right) signed with Ball State, Devin Heath-Granger (Committed to Goshen)
and Bryce Lienhoop signed with St. Francis. Looking forward to seeing you all play in college!