Athletes First Basketball Team
2013 Accomplishments of Athletes First

2013 College Commitments

* Jordan Woodard (Edmond Memorial) The University of Oklahoma

* Stevie Clark (Douglas) Oklahoma State University

* Shaquille Morriss (Edmond Memorial Wichita State University

* Dorion Gigger (Moore) Oklahoma City University


2013 Elite Youth Basketball League Teams

Division A

Unit Team W L
A1 Indy Spiece (IN) 15 3
A2 Oakland Soldiers (CA) 10 8
A3 STL Eagles (MO) 10 8
A8 Jackson Tigers (MS) 8 10
A6 California Supreme (CA) 7 11
A5 Alabama Challenge (AL) 7 11
A4 The Family (MI) 6 12
A9 Baltimore Elite (MD) 5 13
A7 Athletes First (OK) 3 15
A10 Arkansas Wings (AR) 1 19

Division B

Unit Team W L
B2 CP3 All Stars (NC) 15 3
B7 Team Penn y(TN) 11 7
B5 NY Lighting (NY) 11 7
B4 Boo Williams (VA) 11 7
B8 Team Texas Elite (TX) 10 8
B1 Team Titans (TX) 10 8
B3 Georgia Stars (GA) 10 8
B10 Wisconsin Playground (WI) 8 10
B6 NJ Playaz (NJ) 7 11
B9 Nike Team Louisiana (LA) 5 13

Division C

Unit Team W L
C3 Team Takeover (DC) 16 2
C1 Houston Hoops (TX) 16
C9 Expression Elite (MA) 13 5
C4 Mean Streets (IL) 12 6
C6 Mokan Elite (KS) 11 7
C5 Team Final (PA) 11 7
C7 BABC (MA) 11 7
C2 Team Scan (NY) 10 8
C10 Texas Pro (TX) 7 11
C8 Alabany City Rocks (NY) 4 14

Division D

Unit Team W L
D3 E1T1 (FL) 13 5
D7 Howard Pulley (MN) 15 5
D2 Mac Irvin (IL) 12 6
D5 All Ohio Red (OH) 10 8
D8 Travelers Basketball (KY) 12 8
D1 Southern Stampede (GA) 7 11
D9 ICP Elite (OR) 7 11
D4 CIA Bounce (CAN) 6 12
D10 Seattle Rotar (WA) 3 15
D6 Team United (NC) 2 16

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MOST IMPROVED PLAYER OF THE YEAR Allonzo Trier | Athletes First [Read More]

Athletes First guard Allonzo Trier ran away with the fan voting and the award for D1 Circuit's Most Improved Player of the Year for the 2013 season of the Elite Youth Basketball League.

The 2015 combo-guard electrified the league with his volume scoring and unrivaled on-court passion. He averaged 20.2 points per game and five rebounds per game in 2013, up from averages of 7.3 points and 2.6 rebounds per game.

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COACH OF THE YEAR

Keith Stevens | Team Takeover [Read More]

In 2005, Keith Stevens began the Team Takeover journey.

Eight short years later, the Washington, D.C.-based AAU basketball program has blossomed into one of the nation's most prestigous.

If their 2013 Elite Youth Basketball League season is any indication, Stevens and Team Takeover are just getting started, earning Stevens the 2013 D1 Circuit Coach of the Year award.

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DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Ivan Rabb | Oakland Soldiers [Read More]

The fans have spoken, and Oakland Soldiers center Ivan Rabb was the overwhelming choice for the D1 Circuit Defensive Player of the Year award.

The 2015 big man swatted and rebounded his way through the 2013 Elite Youth Basketball League competition and garnered two of three crucial votes from the D1 Circuit writers to walk away with the award.

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PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR

Jae'Sean Tate | All-Ohio Red [Read More]

All-Ohio Red small forward Jae'Sean Tate has landed the 2013 D1 Circuit Performance of the Year for the Elite Youth Basketball League.

Tate turned in an epic performance in the April 26 matchup with the Georgia Stars, piling up 40 points, 18 rebounds, eight steals and five assists.

The Ohio State commit exploded against the Stars in Hampton, Va., Session The 6-foot-5 swingman shot 15-26 from the field while notching an EYBL-career high in points and rebounds.

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Alumni Community Service Award given to Dr. Roy Pinder
Dr. Roy Pinder

The Alumni Association likes to shine a light on graduates who are dedicated to making a difference and changing lives in their communities, while continuing to work hard in their careers.

Dr. Roy Pinder earned an MBA in 2002 and a Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership degree in 2008. Dr. Pinder is the founder of Save Our Youth Development Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to developing leadership and teamwork through sports. He dedicates his time to Gym Time Hoops and Athletes First. In 2012 he volunteered over 400 hours supporting the youth of Tulsa. He has dedicated over 25 years to basketball and the positive impact it has on youth.


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For the last two years Bartley served as athletic director and girls basketball coach at Hebron Christian Academy (Dacula, Ga.). He also was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for four years at Auburn University.

With the cupboard pretty bare, Bartley received great news on Friday night when rising junior star Allonzo Trier announced on Twitter that he is transferring to Montrose Christian. The 6-foot-4 scoring machine, who is home-schooled, played his sophomore year for Tulsa NOAH HomeSchool (Tulsa, Okla.). He led Oklahoma with 1,152 points with a high game of 64. The previous year he played for the Oklahoma City Storm and also led the state with 1,043 points.

Lewis wrote, "Trier definitely has NBA potential and it was fun to watch him the past two years. He ranks as one of the top five most dynamic freshman or sophomore players I've seen in nearly 30 years of covering high school basketball."
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Allonzo Trier will join
new basketball coach at Montrose Christian

Allonzo Trier will join new basketball coach at Montrose Christian


On Tuesday the national powerhouse hired Bryan Bartley to replace Stu Vetter as head coach. Vetter had tutored many top players and teams before resigning after posting a 321-47 record during 14 years at the helm.


Athletes First
Champions
2013

Athletes First Kansas City Classic 2013
K.C. Classic
Coach Jack


Athletes First Great American Shoot Out Dallas

Great American Shootout
2013


Athletes First High School Division 2 at GASO in April 2013

GASO DIV.II


Athletes First Tulsa Tournament

Tulsa GTH


Athletes First New Orleans Super 60

New Orleans Super 60


Athletes First Wins Back To Back National Championship


Athletes First Wins Back To Back National Championship


Athletes First Douglass Moore Highlights

OKHoops 5 Freshmen to
Watch Highlights

Skiatook Invitational
Championship: Owasso vs NOAH
Super Sophmores:
Allonzo Trier (Noah )
Shake Milton ( Owasso )

Athletes First Teammates
Allonzo Trier and Larry Dennis
Athletes First Players Allonzo Trier and Larry Dennis

Stephen Clark was honored for scoring three thousand points

Stephen Clark
CRAZY RANGE


Allonzo Trier
Scores 64 points

Allonzo Trier Dunk
ESPN Play Of The Week

Athletes First Player
Larry "AIR" Dennis

Athletes First Larry 'AIR' Dennis

Athletes First Player
Larry "AIR" Dennis

Athletes First Larry 'AIR' Dennis




Big Shots 2013

Athletes First Player Alonzo Trier invited to the Big Shots Nike All American Camp

Athletes First Player
Larry Dennis is invited to the
Nike All American Camp

Nike Global Challenge

Athletes First Player Alonzo Trier invited to the Nike Global Challenge

Athletes First Player
Alonzo Trier is invited to the
Nike Global Challenge


Athletes First Player Alonzo Tier is invited to the Nike Elite 100 Camp

Allonzo Trier
Athletes First Player
is invited to the
Nike Elite 100 Camp

Athletes First Manadou Kamare invited to the NIKE Elite 100 Camp.

Mamadou Kamare
Athletes First Player
is invited to the
Nike Elite 100 Camp


Allonzo Trier D1 Circuit Player of the Year 2013

ALLONZO TRIER RISES TO THE TOP OF THE EYBL

Athletes First Allonzo Trier earns D1 Circuit's award for Most Improved Player of the Year

Allonzo Trier D1 Circuit Player of the Year 2013

Athletes First guard Allonzo Trier ran away with the fan voting and the award for D1 Circuit's Most Improved Player of the Year for the 2013 season of the Elite Youth Basketball League.

The 2015 combo-guard electrified the league with his volume scoring and unrivaled on-court passion. He averaged 20.2 points per game and five rebounds per game in 2013, up from averages of 7.3 points and 2.6 rebounds per game.

The best way to get better is to play the best, plain and simple. Allonzo Trier did exactly that, and more. Trier went from a key contributor on the 2012 Athletes First team to their top option on the offensive end in 2013. He can play both guard positions exceptionally well and tailors his game to either spot.

He can run the point and get others involved or play off-ball and look to beat defenders off the dribble, one-on-one. To me, he has the total offensive package and that’s in large part due to his determination to get better.

Trier’s 2013 campaign is the epitome of improvement, and is best summed up by his scoring production.

The best part is we get to watch the 2015 guard return to the EYBL again for another season.

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