ATTENTION ALL AAU MEMBERS!
AUGUST 1 marks AAU's first Running Day! Prior to the day, pick up your phones and tell us why you love to run! On Instagram and Twitter, hashtag #runAAU and follow us on our social media pages! This will automatically enter you into the running to have the chance to win a FREE pair of running shoes from AAU and to be featured on our website, aausports.org!
*Only AAU athletes are eligible to win! One boy and one girl will be chosen and winners will be publicized August 1 on all our main social media platforms.
LACE UP! AAU wants to hear from YOU!
2014 AAU SCHOLASTIC DUALS RECAP
The BIGGEST Scholastic Duals that AAU has ever seen wrestled its way into the ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, FL June 27-July 1. Roughly 150 wrestling teams and over 3,000 wrestlers competed for the title of NATIONAL CHAMPIONS over the five-day event. These wrestlers proved they were the best of the best, fighting through the pain until the very end.
Special congratulations to the division winners:
And a BIG shoutout to anyone who took home the Outstanding Wrestler, Technically Superior, or Sportsmanship awards! What an honor!
Take any photos during the event? Be sure to share them with us on Facebook , Twitter, or Instagram, and be sure to use the hashtag #AAUDuals!
Thanks again to everyone who came out to participate, and we can't wait to see you next year!
Below, check out the results from every division as well as our photo galleries from the event:
CLICK HERE to see ALL RESULTS from the event!
CLICK HERE to see the ACTION photos from the event!
CLICK HERE to see the AWARDS photos from the event!
AAU NATIONALS ACTION AND AWARD PHOTOS
The AAU Summer is in FULL SWING and the AAU website is BURSTING with action photos and award photos from the National Championship events here in Florida! You can see all them on www.aausports.org or click whichever gallery you would like to view below!
Basketball and Club Championship Photos COMING SOON!
Mason Rogers had quite a year for himself. He graduated from high school, got accepted into Stanford, had an internship at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab and won a $2,500 scholarship from the AAU High School Sullivan Award. His latest achievement, earning the High School Sullivan Award Scholarship, was a perfect way to prove that all of his hard work in not only his academics, but also his athletic career, has paid off.
“I am excited and pleasantly surprised,” Rogers said about winning the award. “It is an honor to be recognized by the AAU like this, and I am glad that the time and effort I put into jump rope have merited this award.”
As a student, Rogers holds a 4.1+ GPA while taking all AP classes, except for his Honors Spanish I, II, and III courses, in his junior and senior years. He earned the Harvard Book Award for Outstanding High School Juniors and the Parker Award for Outstanding High School Athlete. He is a National Merit Scholar, AP National Scholar and Cason Scholar and was on the All-County Math Team. As mentioned previously, he did his senior year internship as Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, which will undoubtedly give him a leg up on his peers at Stanford and help him achieve his future career goals.
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