HHA Fall/Winter Team Information
The HHA select basketball teams will consist of players from around Omaha and surrounding areas and states. This fall/winter the academy will be represented at each level from grades 3rd-8th. Each player will be placed on teams that are most beneficial to individual development and team success. Teams will be competing at the most competitive tournaments possible to provide for individual evaluations of strengths and weaknesses.
While competing at local and/or regional summer tournaments, HHA team members will receive player development training in their very own practice facility located in Gretna, NE. This top-of-the-line instruction combined with competitive basketball tournaments will ensure progression into maximizing each player’s potential.
Coach Hoffman and the HHA Select team philosophy is based on player development. What sets the HHA program apart is the dedication to making each individual player better for not only the HHA team program but to provide them with skills that will translate to each of their high school programs and to make a successful transition into college. I am excited to work to your player to bring not only a high level of skill instruction to help them to become confident, creative players but also bring the enthusiasm and passion for the game to help foster their own enthusiasm and love for the game. The HHA offensive and defensive system is consistent throughout the entire organization. Players will learn how to play and will be given the skills necessary to be successful within that system. Each grade level/team will continue to add layers to the system to help them learn each aspect of the game. Although we always want to win every game, HHA is more concerned about the process of developing individual players within the team concept and the results will follow. We will get many “game experiences” throughout practice by simulating game situations without the fear of failure. Players will learn new skills and reinforce previous skills by our detailed practices. It isn’t just a practice it is an education at HHA.
Coaches and Instructors
Equipped with immense knowledge of the game and strong relationships with numerous collegiate programs around the nation, we are invested in the future of our players and are committed in assisting each one of them in reaching their full potential.
Skills Trainer for Doug McDermott
Trained and developed over 60 collegiate basketball
Conducts year round camps at his HHA Facility
Conducts summer satellite camps throughout the
Varsity Assistant & Head JV Coach (2004-2011) 62-4 record last 4 yrs with JV
4 state tournament appearances
1 state runner up
1 3rd place finish
Wayne State College
3yr letter winner
Team inducted into the WSC Hall of Fame (2010)
Team record of 64-19 at WSC
Sunday, March 24th
Current 2nd-4th girls 3:00-4:00pm
Current 5th-7th girls 4:15-5:15pm
Current 2nd-4th boys 5:30-6:30pm
Current 5th-7th boys 6:45-7:45pm
HHA will have tryouts for player from 3rd-8thth grades for this Fall/Winter.
HHA Team Schedule (Subject to Change) Practices:
Tentative Practice Schedule is subject to change but typically all 6th-12th grade boys and girls will practice on Sunday afternoons Sundays:
All fees include practices, coaches fees, HHA Gym fees, and tournaments. Players will also receive a Players will also receive a 30% discount on all HHA Skill Camps this fall and winter. The fees below do not include the uniform for all participants who do not already have the HHA summer uniform.
Total Cost: $585
Practice Schedule: November-February
Times TBD but we will have 2 practices per week.
Tourney Dates: Subject to change!