Home
Sponsored By:   Twin Cities Orthopedics
/Registration/FamilyAccounts.asp?org=CSI.BACSPORTS.ORG
 
 
My my My my
 
 
 
 
 
 
Welcome!

Welcome to the online home of Burnsville Athletic Club (BAC). BAC uses this website for all communication with its coaches, parents and players during the season.  
BAC is located in Burnsville, Minnesota. For more information about our association, please visit the “About Us” page.

HEADLINES  Subscribe to Burnsville Athletic Club RSS news feed.
Boys Traveling Basketball - Registration OPEN
08/28/2018
Boys Traveling Basketball Registration is OPEN.  Please register...
Learn to Prevent & Recognize Concussions
10/21/2016
The state of Minnesota has mandated that organizations, like the...
 
Boys Traveling Basketball - Registration OPEN

Boys Traveling Basketball Registration is OPEN.  Please register now -- REGISTER.

Tryout information, and information on the remaining summer open gyms available on the Boys Traveling Basketball subpages on this site - MORE INFORMATION.

Volunteers for board member positions for Boys Traveling Basketball are needed.

Please contact Shawna Conboy at btb.president@bacsports.org to volunteer, or with any questions.

 

In-Person registration is Wednesday, Sept 19th from 5pm-7pm, prior to the parent meeting. We will be available to answer any registration questions you may have, register your player, as well as be available for any scholarship paperwork that you may have to turn in. Registration is still open online at bacsports.org.

 

The MANDATORY parent meeting is this Wednesday, Sept 19th at 7pm. You will get new information about the season, try out information as well as the tournament schedule for the season.

 

The MANDATORY Tryouts are Sunday, Sept 23 - schedule HERE


by posted 08/28/2018
Learn to Prevent & Recognize Concussions

The state of Minnesota has mandated that organizations, like the BAC, certify all coaches and officials. Get certified or notify BAC of your certification: Concussion Proof of Certification

A concussion is a brain injury caused by a bump or blow to the head that can change the way your brain normally works. Even what seems to be a mild bump or blow to the head can be serious.

To help ensure the health and safety of young athletes, CDC developed the Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports initiative to offer information about concussions—a type of traumatic brain injury—to coaches, parents, and athletes involved in youth sports. The "Heads Up" initiative provides important information on preventing, recognizing, and responding to a concussion.

Click here to go to the CDC website to learn more!


by Master Admin posted 10/21/2016
Today's Events
Loading Weather...
Sponsored By