Purple Aces Basketball is a highly respected club basketball program in Northeast Wisconsin for girls in the Fifth Grade through High School Junior. Our goal is to develop the player's basketball skills while teaching teamwork, respect, time management, dedication, friendship, and communication - all while enjoying the experiences of the Purple Aces.

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Purple Aces Community Assists
​Our players are more than just great athletes working for an opportunity to play college basketball. Our players are future community leaders. Each Purple Aces team will participate in a community project this season and also lend an "assist" to a family in Algoma. Read More

Let the Season Begin
It was great to see everyone at the annual Meet the Aces Dinner, now it's time to go to work! Practices have begun and the tournaments are just around the corner. The Aces Coaching Staff is anxious to help your daughters improve their skills on and off the court this seaason. Make sure you continue to check in with our website for your practice calendar and updated news and information about our Purple Aces teams. Good luck this season!

2017 Tryouts Conclude - Time to Go To Work!
The 2017 Purple Aces tryouts have come to a close. Thanks to everyone that participated in the tryouts and congratulations to those that will represent the Purple Aces at tournaments across the Midwest this spring and summer. The Aces coaching staff is eager to help you develop and improve your skills, and become future community leaders. Have a great season Ladies!
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2017 Purple Aces Continue to Accept Offers

9 members of the Purple Aces Class of 2017 have now accepted offers to play college basketball.
Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran guard Morgan Meerstein has decided to attend the University of Dubuque (NCAA DIII) and accepted an invitation to play basketball.

Jenny Krueger of Oconto Falls has accepted a scholarship offer to Clarke University (NAIA). Bonduel seniors Emily and Hayley Sorenson also announced their college intentions in February as they plan to attend Rock Valley College in this coming Fall. Rock Valley has won 3 of the last 5 NJCAA DIII National Championships.

Three of our seniors signed Letters of Intent last Fall. Wrightstown seniors Alisha Murphy (UW-Parkside) and Danielle Nennig (Purdue-Northwest) along with Wausau West senior Caitlin Deaton (Regis) plan to continue their education and basketball careers at the NCAA Division II colleges.

Hannah Stefaniak (West De Pere) committed to UW-Oshkosh (NCAA D-III) in December while Katelyn Morgan (Notre Dame) secured a college roster spot when she committed to UW-Eau Claire (NCAA D-III) in January.

Check out the Class of 2017 Recruiting Update for all the details.
Class of 2017 Recruiting Update

Getting to the "Next Level"
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Bellin Motion Lab
The Purple Aces have teammed up with Bellin Health and their Motion Lab to help prevent injuries and improve athletic performance. To learn more about the Bellin Motion Lab watch this video.


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