Welcome to the 11th Annual Lincolnshire Summer Slam Tournament! This year the tournament will be held at North Park from June 14th-18th. This tournament is held with the support of the Village of Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire Sports Association. The tournament will include “B” level teams for ages 8U-14U. As part of philanthropic aspect of the tournament this year we will be raising money for The 41 & 9 Foundation in Ryan Ogorzaly’s name. More information can be found on Henry Schueler 41 & 9 Foundation.
In partnership with LSA, the coaches who created the spring basketball skills development program as well as the multisport development session this past August are now launching a 3rd through 5th grade basketball clinic this November. This will be a fun-filled program that will help Lincolnshire athletes improve their skill...
Lincolnshire Sports Association offers basketball leagues for boys and girls in 1st through 8th grades. We also offer a kindergarten program run by Play Hard Hoops. The basketball season runs from early December through March and consists of 1 practice during the week and 1 weekend game. Games and practices will be held in the...
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The Lincolnshire Sports Association provides house league programs to all families in the 103 school district. District 103 covers all of Lincolnshire & Prairie View and parts of Lake Forest, Riverwoods, Buffalo Grove and Vernon Hills communities. Lincolnshire Sports Association also provides Travel programs which are open to all communities. We are proud of our growth over the past 40 years as a program and a community, and look forward to many more shared sporting experiences. We are a volunteer driven organization, so our programs have been successful over the years as a result of our amazing volunteers that dedicate their time and efforts to continuously enhance the programs that we offer. Lincolnshire Sports Association prides itself on “Building Character, Community and Skills through Sports.”