About

team up! for education

Hoops4Education is a basketball tournament that harnesses the joy and passion of team sports in support of Jewish education.
Join us, together with the legendary Buck Williams and Steve Buckhantz as we raise scholarship funds to help our students.
The
Tournament
The tournament will consist of 3 player teams, organized by division. Each team will play at least three games, leading up to the playoffs. The tournament is limited to a maximum of 32 teams. Players can join individually, or as part of a team, with a commitment to solicit sponsorship funds from friends and acquaintances, with each player committing to raise a minimum of $500 each. Each player will receive their own web page, with full support to make raising funds easy, as well as tournament sports gear and food at no charge.

Corporate Teams Corporate teams are an ideal way for companies to generate corporate morale and loyalty by sponsoring employees' participation in a healthful sports activity. For info on corporate teams and/or sponsorship opportunities, click here
The Facility
Northwood High School, 919 University Blvd W, Silver Spring, MD 20901directions
Please park in the parking lots on the left hand side of the building by the athletic field. Enter through the doors by the Gymnasium and register at the tables.
tournament schedule
12:00 PM
Registration
12:30 PM
Clinic
1:00 PM
Tournament
4:00 PM
Award Ceremony
4:30 PM
Dinner
Tournament
Day
Join the legendary Buck Williams and the longtime "Voice of the Wizards" Steve Buckhantz for a great day of competition, fun, and food playing 3 on 3 basketball. Hoops 4 Education will begin with a Basketball Fundamentals Clinic, led by Buck Williams. Warm up and brush up on your skills, all under the watchful eye of a basketball legend.

Photo ops and signings. Food and refreshments will be available at the Sports Bar throughout the day, all at no charge for players, family and friends. Activities for the family will be available as well.

The day concludes with the Awards Ceremony and a fantastic steak dinner for all players, chaired by Steve Buckhantz.
About YGW
For 52 years, the Yeshiva of Greater Washington-Tiferes Gedaliah has been at the forefront of Jewish education in the Washington, DC metro area.
With more than 1,400 graduates, our vibrant middle and high school divisions, located on two campuses in close-in Montgomery County, continue to provide a well-balanced Jewish and General Studies curriculum. At YGW no student has ever been turned away for lack of funds. Our students grow up to be outstanding citizens who start families, put down roots, and contribute in every way to make our region better. Your support is an investment in building metro D.C.'s future! For more information visit www.yeshiva.edu