Burnsville Athletic Club
Girls In-House Basketball Programs
Our Purpose: The purpose of our program is to provide a supervised recreational basketball program for girls from kindergarten through high school in a comprehensive community-based organization.
We provide girls the opportunity to learn about and play basketball in a competitive but equal playing time league. We encourage development of fundamental skills with an emphasis on having fun. We are a volunteer-run organization who partner with surrounding communities to compete in the Girls Recreational Basketball League, providing a large league size which allows for very competitive games.
K to 2nd Grade
Season runs from December through February with practices on Monday or Tuesday nights and games on Friday nights from 6pm to 7pm.
3rd & 4th Grade and 5th & 6th Grade
Season starts in November and ends in February. A recreational league is formed through partnerships with surrounding communities. Games start in early December and are played on Saturdays in Burnsville, Bloomington, and Lakeville.
New for 2019! There is an optional preseason program offered where we will run clinics for the players and then host games. This is both an opportunity for kids to try basketball out for the first time without committing to a full season and for kids who already love the sport to get extra play time. The cost of the early season clinics is $40, or free with your regular season registration. Those who register for the clinics only will have the option to register for the full season and have the $40 applied to the full season registration fee.
7th & 8th Grade
Season starts in October and ends in December. The league consists of teams from BAC, BAA (Bloomington) and Lakeville. Teams will play in BAC gyms on Saturdays with some weeknight (Monday) games in Bloomington.
9th to 12th Grade
Season starts in October and ends in December. The league consists of teams from BAC, BAA (Bloomington) and Lakeville. Teams will play in BAC gyms on Saturdays with some weeknight (Tuesday) games in Bloomington.