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In order to ensure the best possible eligibility requirements and ensure the integrity of UAGA events this spring, we have devised a set of standards that will ensure fair play and competitive balance while not penalizing players that were born during summer months by allowing players to play with their peers. This new release will coincide with additional follow through to ensure teams are playing within the standards set by UPBL to ensure a level playing field at all of our events. 


In an effort to control the integrity in Amateur Basketball we will be requiring teams to bring birth certificates and a roster for every eligible player. Below is how we will be handling the challenges on Age ineligible players.


Players who are found to be illegal will be ejected immediately, their team will also be assessed a technical foul.


On a challenge of a player’s age on an opposing team that is not correct your team will loose a time out and are assessed a Technical foul. Only head coaches are allowed to challenge the legitimacy or eligibility of an opposing player. Fans, parents, and assistant coaches are not allowed to make an official challenge. All challenges need to be done before game play. Teams are only allowed to challenge their opponents roster if they have proper documentation with birth certificates. 


Caught Offending:

1st Offense is an ejected player and a technical foul assessed as explained above

 2nd Offense will result in the head coach being suspended for one tournament

 3rd offense will result in the head coach being given a twelve month ban from the UPBL circuit



Age/Grade based divisions shall be used in Girls divisions for the following:

10U/ 4th grade

11U/ 5th grade

12U/ 6th grade

13U/ 7th grade

14U/8th grade

15U/9th grade

16U/10th grade

17U/11th grade


14U/8th Grade: An athlete can not turn 15 until August 1st, 2016 or later OR must have been enrolled as a 8th grade student 09/2015 -06/2016


15U/ 9TH GRADE: An Athlete MUST be a registered 9th Grade student or lower.The player must also not be older then 16 years old on the date of competition.


16U/ 10TH GRADE: An Athlete MUST be a registered 10th Grade student or lower. The player must also not be older then 17 years old on the date of competition.


17U/ HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY An Athlete MUST be a registered High School Student. The player must also be eligible under Nation High School Federation Rules



  • Two 16-minute stop time halves. Clock will run in 2ndhalf anytime the lead is over 20 points. 

  • Each team gets 3 timeouts per game (2 full, 1-30 second), and an additional timeout per OT period. Timeouts will carry over into overtime.

  • Free throws (1-1) will be shot on the 10th foul of the half. All Free throws will be 2 shots on the 12th

  • 3-minute warm up period before the game and 2-minute halftime.

  • Any coach or player receiving two technical fouls will be ejected from the game and out for the following game.

  • Overtime will be 2 minutes with stop time. After 2 overtimes, teams will go into sudden death except in Championship games and all games at UAGA Championship Events

  • Players will be disqualified once they have committed their 5th foul

  • Girls will have a 10-second back court violation.

  • When the lead is at or over 20 points in the second half, the clock will run. Once the lead is under 20, it will go back to stop time.

  • When determining the team who advances to playoffs: In a 2 team tie use head to head results. In a 3 team tie or if tied teams didn’t play each other use point differential (all games will be included and maximum point differential for each game is 20 points). If there is a 2 team tie after point differential look at head to head.

  • Players are only allowed to play on one team; however, a player may also play on one additional team as long it is ABOVE their age group and WITHIN their program.

  • If a team forfeits a game, they CANNOT advance from Pool Play.

  • Formal complaints and protests must be submitted in writing to

  • UAGA expects all players, coaches, parents, spectators, and staff to act in an appropriate manner. If a situation arises UAGA staff may remove a person from the site.

  • Teams are allowed 3 bench personnel for games, Teams will be given 2 coach wristbands and are required to wear them in order to enter the gym, see ticket person at each site for coach’s badges.

  • In all other situations, Regional High School rules will be applied.

Point System 

  • 100 points for participation

  • 100 points every win

  • 100 points for 1st place

  • 75 points for 2nd place

  • 50 points for 3rd place

  • 25 points for 4th place



  • U10- (Div1) 3rd grade teams/ 4th grade teams

  • U11- (Div1) 4th grade teams/ 5th grade teams

  • U12- (Div1) 5th grade teams/ 6th grade teams

  • U13- (Div1) 6th grade teams/ 7th grade teams

  • U14- (Div 1) 7th grade teams/ 8th grade teams

  • U15- (Div 1) 8th grade teams / 9th grade teams

  • U16- Elite 9th grade teams/ 10th grade teams

  • U17- Elite 10th grade teams/ 11th grade teams

2017 Player Highlights 



Congrats to our athletes that made

their Varsity Programs!

Sierra Kennard

2019 Falls Church

Sarah Shamdeen

2019 Annandale

Jayla Irvin 2019 Annandale

Ally Johnson 2019 Faifax

Wanna Wardak 2018 Westfield

Carly Logan 2018 Westfield

Erica Lee 2019 Osbourne Park

Alyssa Morronni

2019 West Springfield

Jamie Bishop

2019 West Springfield

Abigal Pesansky 2020 Woodson

Tiana Reams 2019 Annandale

Lillian Keller

2019 National Cathedral

Nina Boone 2019 Braddock Road

Madeline Downey 2019 Robinson

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