Welcome to St Anselm’s Catholic Youth Organization basketball 2021-2022 season!
We are excited to resume the program for the 2021-2022 season!
Registration Opens 9/13
ENROLLMENT LIMITATIONS: Due to limited gym space, there is a cap on the number of participants for the program this season. For that reason, you are encouraged to register as early as possible to ensure a spot. Note that St. Anselm’s school students will be given priority, then registered parish members of St. Anselm’s church, followed by players who reside within the St. Anselm parish boundary. Once the maximum number of players has been reached, new registrations will be placed on a waiting list.
ASSESSMENTS: Assessments will be held in mid-October. Each grade level will have one weekday evening assessment and one weekend assessment. If your son or daughter does not wish to play on the A team, for whatever reason, please let us know ASAP. In this case they are not required to attend the assessments. Having fewer players at the assessments helps the process, but they are certainly welcome to attend if they wish, simply let us know at check in.
TEAM ASSIGNMENTS: The St. Anselm CYO Board follows an unbiased evaluation process to create teams. The objective is to match the skill level of players to the team that best fits their ability. The St. Anselm CYO Board will approve, sanction and have final authorization over the formation of all teams following the formal evaluation process. Coaches will contact players on their teams later in October.
KEY DATES FOR THE 2021-2022 SEASON:
- Mid-October: registration closes / assessments
- Early November: practices begin
- Weekend of Jan. 8-9, 2022: season starts / first games
- Feb. 19-20, 2022: BYE week
ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION STEP: Once you have registered via the link above (St. Anselm registration), please also register with the Marin CYO. Select the drop menu for “Marin Athletics” then “Basketball – Marin.” While the CYO organization is currently setting up this page, please check back if it is not yet functional.
THIRD GRADERS: Third graders are not allowed in the fourth grade program. An announcement about the third grade program will come in October.