SUMMER TIP-OFF & BEST OF SUMMER RECEIVES NCAA APPROVAL!
(June 2, 2017) – It’s official! The Double Pump Summer Tip-Off (July 13-16, 2017) and the Double Pump Best of Summer (July 20-23, 2017) tournaments have received NCAA approval. This means that college coaches can attend to evaluate players during the NCAA Live Evaluation period. July is one of the most important periods for both…Read More
DOUBLE PUMP TEAM ATTENDS GATORADE PARTNERSHIP SUMMIT
(April 7, 2017) – On April 5th, the Double Pump team was invited to attend the 2017 Gatorade Partner Summit in Chicago with many of the brand’s youth partners in basketball, soccer, lacrosse, swimming, football and baseball from around the country. The day-long summit included opening remarks from Shawna Ryan, Director of Youth Partnerships, who outlined…Read More
DOUBLE PUMP SPRING HOOP FEST – NCAA CERTIFIED!
(March 21, 2017) – Double Pump just received notice from the NCAA Enforcement Certification Approvals Group (“ECAG”) that the Spring Hoop Fest (April 28-30, 2017) application has been APPROVED. The ECAG is the department within the NCAA that oversees high school events, camps, leagues and tournaments held during the NCAA live evaluation period. In…Read More
2017 SUMMER TIP-OFF & BEST OF SUMMER REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
(February 24, 2017) – Online registration for the 2017 Double Pump Summer Tip-Off and Best of Summer tournaments are officially open! Below are the details for each event with direct links to registration now. IMPORTANT!! NEW NCAA-ECAG CERTIFICATION PROCESS: Please be aware that the NCAA-ECAG has updated their certification process that include the required background checks…Read More
NEW RULE! PLAYERS MUST CREATE A USER ACCOUNT IN BBCS SYSTEM
(February 21, 2017) – From the office of the NCAA Enforcement Certification and Approvals Groups (“ECAG”): For 2017, all athletes must have a profile in the NCAA Basketball Certification System (“BBCS”). A complete profile is required before the athlete can be placed on a coach’s bench or a team’s roster for an event. To be eligible for NCAA-certified…Read More