16U competing in Showtime Unlimited Tournament - Augusta, GA
Coach Wanda and Sharon Williamson discusses game strategy in Augusta
14U Competing in NCAA Spring Evaluation Event
2008 Blue Chip USA Invitational - State College, Pennsylvania
Ladies posing on the Nittany Lion
2007 15U Maryland District Champions
2011 AAU Nationals Registration
Charm prepare to register for tournament
2011 5th Grade Nationals
Preparing for parade
Dierra Carter and Coach Scott Foster (Columbia Ravens) exchange best wisshes
Charm 5th Grade Team is Silver Medalist Maryland AAU District Tournament
Charm 4th/5th Grade Team takes Championship
4th/5th Grsde Team poses with championship trophy at Shooting Stars Tourny
The Baltimore’s Charm AAU Basketball Club has been designed to help female student-athletes who seek a rigorous basketball experience develop skills to compete on a regional and national level. We combine the basketball development with our knowledge of the educational process on the secondary (high school) and post-secondary (collegiate) levels to produce educational solutions for our student-athletes. We work with student-athletes from age 8-17. We are a proud member of the Maryland District of the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) which covers all counties in Maryland except Prince Georges and Montgomery. Each year selection to our teams is based on an open try-out system where all interested players are encouraged to attend.
Contact - Extended face-to-face dialog between you or your parent/legal guardian and an institutional staff member or representative of an athletic department.
Contact Period - Head or assistant coaches may make in-person, off-campus contacts with recruits during this time.
Quiet Period - College athletic department staffs cannot leave their campus to make in-person recruiting contacts. However, they can make recruiting contacts with you if you are on their campus.
Dead Period - Period during which you may not officially or unofficially visit schools, and coaches may not make recruiting contacts with you, by any means of communication [e.g., phone, email, post, etc]
Evaluation Period - D-I and D-II head or assistant coaches are permitted to visit your high school to assess your academic qualifications and observe your playing abilities in practice and/or games. They may not make any contact with you during this period.
Official Visit - An all-expenses paid trip where the school picks up your tab. They only occur after you begin classes your senior year. YOU ONLY HAVE 5!!!
Unofficial Visit - A visit to a college/university that you pay for. Unlike official visists, you can take an unlimited number of unofficial visits before your senior year.