TEAM FRENJI, FRENJI AAU & FRENJI GRASSROOTS ACADEMY is proud to have any player represent our developmental organization. We believe that we are lucky to have great players, people, parents and youngsters represent our program. Even if its for 1 day, 1 tourney, 1 event or 10 years… we consider you family, alumni, part of the right way to develop a student athlete for the future. Our continued success depends on our interaction with hardworking great high school coaches, great programs & most importantly great young people in grassroots basketball. Anybody that exemplifies hard work & determination we want our youngsters to be around. Your high school, your aau team, your college are all what make you a great part of our continuing growth in the grassroots area of basketball. Thank you for your continued support of our program. Be on the look out for FRENJI AAU teams this summer, charitable events and developmental clinics as we continue to develop players for the future of basketball in Westchester.
Monthly Archives: May 2012
The sixteen-and-under division came down to two high profile teams in the New England Playaz and Team Frenji in the finals. At the heart of the match-up was the individual battle between Aaron Falzon and Frenji’s mountain of a man, Chima Azuonwu. Falzon utilized his skill and mobility to set the tone, not just going to work on the perimeter but even showing a wide arsenal of post moves to score over, and around, the six-foot-ten Azuonwu on the block.
Mansfield, MA – The Hoop Mountain Invitational kicked into full gear on Saturday with college coaches covering the courts throughout both Mass Premier courts and Mansfield Sportsplex. Here’s a look at some of the guys who stood out:
Matt Staubi, 2014, Team Frenji – Staubi controlled the pace of the game. He showed almost unlimited range on his pull up jumper and distributed the ball to his teammates in transition with great efficiency. Staubi’s basketball IQ is far beyond his years.
Chima Azuonwu, 2014, Team Frenji – The raw big man again showed great potential on Saturday with a barrage of thunderous dunks and impressive out of area rebounds. Azuonwu’s combination of size at 6’10” and athleticism is a rare commodity.
May 5-6, 2012 – Hoop Mountain Invitational
Foxboro, MA/Norton, MA
Mass Premier Courts, Wheaton College and Surrounding Areas
$450.00 (3 Game Guarantee) U12-U17