Breakers AAU GIRLS Club Code: WY77DD
Breakers Elite AAU BOYS Club Code: WYWDBA
2015 COMMOTION BY THE OCEAN, COLLEGE SHOWCASE PORTION OF THE TOURNAMENT HAD OVER 100 COLLEGE COACHES ATTEND
2015: The Northeast Elite College Showcase April 18 & 19, 2015 we had 101 coaches representing 73 colleges and three National Collegiate scouting service
In 2014, our tournaments had over 390 coaches were in attendance.
THE 2014 Northeast Elite Fall Ball College Showcase, A DIV I,II, III viewing event had 143 college coaches in attendance from the following Schools:
The 2014 Commotion By The Ocean, A DIV II & III viewing event had 133 coaches attend.
The SPRING 2014 Northeast Elite had 118 coaches in attendance, in addition to Collegiate Girls’ Basketball Report, ESPN HS scout, and All Star Girls’ Basketball Report.
In 2013, our tournaments had over 375 coaches attend.
The 2013 Northeast Elite Fall Ball College Showcase, A DIV I,II, III college coaches in attendance.
The 2013 Commotion By The Ocean, A DIV II & III viewing event had over 130 coaches in attendance.
The spring 2013 Northeast Elite had 112 coaches, in addition to Collegiate Girls’ Basketball Report and All Star Girls’ Basketball Report.
In 2012, our tournaments had over 300 coaches in attendance.
The spring 2012 Northeast Elite had 94 coaches in addition to Collegiate Girls’ Basketball Report.
The 2012 Commotion By The Ocean, A DIV II & III viewing event had over 110 coaches in attendance.
In 2011, our combined showcases had over 330 college coaches in attendance.
The 2011 Fall Northeast Elite, a DIV I, II, III viewing event was attended by 104 college coaches.
The 2011 Commotion by the Ocean, a DIV II & III viewing event had over 140 college coaches in attendance
In addition to Collegiate Girls’ Basketball Report, the Spring Northeast Elite, a DIV II & III viewing had 89 coaches in attendance..
The 2010 Spring Northeast Elite College Showcase was attended by 89 college coaches. The 2010 Commotion by the Ocean on Memorial Day weekend was a tournament for all ages groups as well as a Division II & III College Showcase for top 15 & older teams. The 2010 Commotion was attended by 120 College Coaches. The 2009 Commotion was attended by 128. This tournament is usually full by mid-March. In 2009 the Northeast Elite Fall Ball College Showcase a DIV II & III showcase, was attended by 83 college coaches. In 2008 it was a DIV I, II & III viewing period and it was attended by 126 coaches in 2007 a 160 coaches and in 2006 149 coaches. Our 2009 Northeast Elite Spring College Showcase, a DIV II & III viewing period was attended by 78 coaches.
The Breakers Girls Basketball Club hosts 5 tournaments a year:
Northeast Elite Spring College Showcase (Early April)
Commotion by the Ocean (Memorial Day Weekend)
June Jamboree (Last weekend in June)
Northeast Elite Fall Ball College Showcase (End of September)
Halloween Fall Ball Classic (1st weekend in November, Formerly Veterans Day Classic)
In existence since 1996, The Original College Showcases in New England, are The Northeast Elite College Showcase and Commotion by the Ocean College Showcase. Commotion by the Ocean also hosts a 66 team venue for younger teams. When the NCAA added a Fall viewing period, we dropped one of our original Fall Ball Tournaments, The Columbus Day Classic, and added the Fall Northeast Elite College Showcase. We continue to host our Veterans Day Classic tournament the first weekend in November, the last of the original Fall Ball tournaments.
We have been very successful in challenging the colleges in the Northeast to take serious looks at the talent in their own back yards.
We want to thank the teams who have participated in our tournaments for helping to keep the talented athletes of the Northeast together so that collectively we are able to maximize exposure for our Northeast student-athletes. We are proud of the talented teams in the Northeast who could draw the recruiting interest of the Colleges listed below.
Adelphi, AIC, Albertus Magnus, Anna Maria, Army, Assumption, Babson, Bard, Bates,Bentley, Binghamton, Boston College, Bowdoin, Brandies, Bridgeport, Bridgewater, Brown, Bryant, Bryn Mawr, BU, Canisius, Castleton (VT), CCRI, Central Connecticut, Clark U, Clarkson, Colby, Colby-Sawyer College, Colgate, Columbia, Connecticut College, Cornell, Curry, CW Post, Dartmouth, Daniel Webster, Dayton, Eastern Ct State, Eastern Nazarene, Elmira, Elms College, Emerson, Emmanuel, En Cincinnati, Endicott, Fairfield, Fairleigh Dickinson, Fisher, Fitchburg State, Fordham, Franklin Pierce, George Mason, George Washington, Gordon, Hamilton and St Leo University, Harvard, Hartwick, Holy Cross, Iona, Ithaca, Johnson & Wales, Keene State, Kings College, King’s Point, Lafayette, Lasalle, Lehigh, Lemoyne, Leslie, LIU, Maine, Manhattan, Manhattanville, Marist, Maryland, Mass College, Merrimack, Mitchell College, Mt. Holyoke, Mt Ida, Mt. St. Mary/Baltimore, Navy, Newbury College, Nichols, Northeastern, Norwich, Notre Dame, NYU, , Pace, Polytechnic University, Princeton, Providence College, Quinnipiac, Regis, Rensselaer, RI College, Rivier, Rochester, Roger Williams University, RPI, Sacred Heart, Salem State, Salve Regina, Seton Hall, Siena, Simmons, Skidmore , Southern Connecticut, Springfield, South Hampton, St. Anselm, St. Joesph’s College, St Lawrence Univ., St.Leo, St. Michaels, Stevens Institute of Technology, Stonehill, Stony Brook, Suffolk, Teikyo Post, Temple, Tene, The College of Saint Rose, Thomas,Tufts, U Albany, U Conn, U Mass Amherst, U Mass Boston, U Mass Dartmouth, U Mass Lowell, UNH, Union, University of Hartford, University of Maine, University of New Hampshire, University of New Haven, University of Rochester, University Of South Florida, University of Southern NH, URI, USMA/Westpoint, Utica, Valpraiso, Vassar, Vermont, Villanova, Wagner, Wellesley, Wentworth, Wesleyan, Western Ct, Western New England, Westfield State, Wheaton College, Wheelock College, William and Mary, Williams, Worcester State, WNEC, WPI, and Yale