Youth

Texas School for the Deaf Girls Upset in State Semifinals

UPSET LOSS IN TAPPS CLASS 4A STATE SEMIFINALS ENDS HISTORIC SEASON FOR 33-1 TEXAS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF LADY RANGERS WACO – March 2 – Undefeated in 33 games, the Lady Rangers juggernaut left Texas School for the Deaf in Austin for Waco with the goal to improve on last year’s semifinal finish, but came up short […]

New Mexico Deaf School Varsity Boys Making Headlines!

The New Mexico School for the Deaf boy’s basketball team made history last Saturday night (March 2nd) by claiming back to back District title. Yesterday, for the first time in school HISTORY, our New Mexico School for the Deaf boy’s basketball won beat # 10 Vaughn HS in 1st round at State tournament. 69-58. Kitty […]

Texas Deaf Girls Basketball Achieves Perfect 31-0 Season – by The Daily Moth

Led by Perry and Neild’s Double-Doubles, USA Defeats Japan 79 – 63 in Gold Medal Game

The USA defeated Japan by a score of 79 – 63 in the Gold Medal game of the 2018 Women’s U21 World Deaf Basketball Championships on the Donald Padden Court at Gallaudet University in Washington, DC. The USA team was led by the outstanding inside game of Cassidy Perry (Frederick, MD), who grabbed 13 rebounds […]

USA Under-21 Men’s Basketball Team Claims Third Straight Gold in 81 – 63 Defeat of Japan

The USA defeated Japan by a score of 81 – 63 in the Gold Medal game of the 2018 Men’s U21 World Deaf Basketball Championships on the Donald Padden Court at Gallaudet University in Washington, DC. The USA team defense was able to overcome a scorching performance by Japan’s Kazuma Tsuya, who scored nailed 6 […]

Kevin Kovacs and Lindsay Stergio to Head USA U20 and U21 Teams throughout 2018

Kevin Kovacs Gallaudet University’s Kevin Kovacs has been selected as the men’s basketball head coach for the U-20 and U-21 teams that will compete for the gold in Bolivia in October 2017 and Washington D.C. in July 2018, respectively. Kovacs, in his second year as the Bison’s head coach, led Gallaudet to 20-6 record this […]

USADB’s main focus is on the youth program, where we can help them build on their basketball skills in order to prepare them to be ready for our national tournaments and international competitions. We provide the resources for youth athletes, such as camps, All-Stars games, and other national/international events. You can find more information here on our website.

 

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2018 U21 World Deaf Basketball Championships (WDBC) will be held at Gallaudet University in Washington D.C., USA, on July 7 to 14, 2018.

There will be 16 MEN teams (Australia, Canada, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Greece, India, Israel, Japan, Kenya, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, United States of America and, Venezuela)

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9 WOMEN teams (Australia, India, Japan, Kenya, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Sweden and, United States of America) to compete for the 2018 U21 WDBC trophies.

For more information please contact 21wdbc2018@gmail.com.