It is our hope that the 2018-2019 competition year will our best year yet.
Georgia AAU is excited about the competition opportunities that it offers in Georgia.
Thank you for continuing support and participation in the AAU.
Please click the ‘Individual Sports’ tab above to find information about your favorite sport.
To contact someone that can help you, click the ‘Contacts’ tab above.
The 2018 Georgia Biennial Meeting was held on June 3, 2018.
That meeting was an opportunity to inform clubs and coaches about the
AAU, the benefits that it offers, and how to navigate the AAU.
In addition elections were held for Officers, District Sport Directors, Committee Members,
and Delegates to the 2018 AAU National Convention in October in Cleveland, OH.
Congratulations and thanks to all those that work to create quality competition events for
those that chose to play with the AAU. Whether you are someone that volunteers to set
up tables and chairs at an event, or stays late to help with the breakdown of a venue, or a District Sport Director,
the program works because of you….
Please notice the ‘Individual Sports’ tab above to find out more about ‘your’ sport.
Get the information you need to compete.
Click the ‘Contacts’ tab at the top of this page to find the person ready to assist you.
Betty Lowe Citizenship Award
2018 Award Winners
Megan Hackett – In Line Hockey
Darius Scott – Track & Field
Jenna Crews – Gymnastics
Tobey Hatfield – Gymnastics
Jordan Crawford – Track & Field/Boys Basketball
Thalmus McDowell – Boys Basketball
Chandler Furman – Gymnastics
What is this award?
Awards are for graduating High School Seniors that have participated in AAU events and
have shown strong citizenship characteristics in their community. Individual awards
will be given in the amount of $1,000 each to 10 applicants and are intended
to assist the student with college/university expenses.
Georgia AAU is proud to assist, and to invest in, our current and former members.
If you are graduating HS in 2019, make sure you apply.
Come back to this site in January 2019 to get all the information you will need to apply.
Welcome to the ‘New’ Georgia AAU Website
Please review all the information that is here.
Check out the tutorials by clicking the ‘Resources’ tab above.
We strive to simplify your AAU experience so that you can spend more time
Playing The Game…..
Georgia AAU Office
Office Hours 10am – 4pm
Monday – Friday
Please visit our site
ABOUT THE AAU:
The Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) is one of the largest- non-profit volunteer sports organizations in the country. As a multi-sport organization, the AAU is dedicated exclusively to the promotion and development of amateur sports programs. Founded in 1888 to establish standards and uniformity in sports, the AAU philosophy of “Sports For All, Forever” is now shared by nearly 700,000 members and 150,000 volunteers across 41 sports programs and 55 U.S. districts. For more information, visit www.aausports.org.