We are an all volunteer run, AAU 501(c)(3), non-profit organization.
Our organization serves youth in and around Loudoun County, VA who are seeking to play basketball at a highly competitive level.
Our coaches emphasize the development of fundamental skills and knowledge of how to play the game.
Our teams compete in Big Shots, Hoop Group and other exposure events as well as AAU state, regional and national tournaments. USBA events, other local tournaments and competitive leagues are also used for player developement.
We also provide opportunities for other local teams to develop players by organizing competitive leagues and tournaments that attract some of the best competition around the region and help reduce the costs of our program for the families of the players we serve.
Loudoun Triple Threat is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit, all volunteer run organization affiliated with the Amateur Athletic Association (AAU). We raise funds to sponsor athletes whose families lack resources to participate and reduce costs for all assist teams to develop their athletes. Please join us. Contact Mike Spencer at Michael.Spencer@marriott.comif you need more infomation.
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Director's Corner (Quotes, Polls & Information from Mike Spencer)
The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena
“The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena" Click Here to read the rest of the passage from a 1910 Paris speech by Theodore Roosevelt
"The will to win is not as important as the will to prepare to win.” Bud Wilkinson, Oklahoma Football Coach 1947-63 (quote often attributed to Bobby Knight who attributes it to Wilkinson)
"And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years." Abraham Lincoln
Click Here to see John Wooden’s Pyramid of Success
Click Here for to see player who tore her ACL rounding 1st base after hitting a game winning home run and couldn't finish rounding the bases. What happened next is worth seeing.
LTT Exec Director Mike Spencer promised to pose with G4 Dynamite Ladies with their socks if they won the Balls Bluff Championship. They brought the trophy, he wore the socks!
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LTT Class of 2013 College Commitments
Michael Anderson - Marymount University
Andrew Calomeris - Indiana University
Alex Fabean-Scotch - Bard College
Josh Grimard - Alderson Broddus College
Winton Lyle - Penn State Harrisburg
Sam Lebyrk -Swathmore College
AJ Metz - University of Maryland
Jovon Miller - Ferrum College
Stephen Sheppard - Narrowed to 2 schools
Jake Ryan - passed on D2/D3 offers to attend VA Tech.
Muli-year LTT Players playing other sports:
Quan Stinger - Norfolk State University - Football
Jason Beylor- Christopher Newport University - Football
Senior Richard Kuzma commited to play for the Naval Academy, where both his father and uncle played. Richard is a 5 season LTT player, and will graduate from Thomas Jefferson High School this spring with a 4.27 grade-point average and 2340 of a possible 2400 on the SATs. He holds the TJ program’s career, single-season and single-game scoring marks including 35 and 37 point efforts. Richard is on the top 50 list for DC area players in scoring, 3 point shooting, and free throw %(#1 as a junior), and a two time selection to the Liberty All District team. Click Here to read the February 19th Article about Richard in the Washington Post. As a junior, richard was selected the WUSA Scholar Athlete of the WeekCLICK HEREto read the article.
Michael Anderson broke the Loudoun County High School scoring record scoring 43 points vs Park View high school. Click here for VivaLoudoun article. Michael averaged 18 ppg, led the team in assists, and made 84% of his 154 Free Throw attempts which placed him 10th in the DC Metro area Michael was selected to All Dulles District teams in his sophomore and junior seasons. In Exposure events last spring, Michael was selected to the BigshotsFinal Four U16 All Tournament team and was again honorable mention in the Big Shots DC Assault Tournament where he lead the team to a 3rd place finish of 36 teams competing in the top bracket.
Josh Grimard (Loudoun Valley HS) and Michael Anderson (Loudoun County HS) were the only non-seniors selected to the All Dulles District 1st or 2nd teams. Michael was also selected as a sophomore, and Josh was an honorable mention as a sophomore in the Cedar Run District (before LVHS moved back to Dulles District this year).
Alex Fabean Scotch from Purcellville played for Georgetown Prep in the IAC where he averaged 10 ppg and made 53 3 pt shots which was 25th in the DC Metro area. In the opening round of the IAC tournament, Alex hit the game winning 3 and hit 2 baskets to tie the game in the final 2 minutes of the IAC final before they fell to Bullis. In exposure events last spring, Alex and AJ Metz were both selected to the All Tournament Team at the Hoop Group West Va Jamfest where they lead the team to the Top Bracket Silver Finals.
AJ Metz from Lucketts was a starter and team leader for IAC Champs Bullis in assists and field goal %. AJ's strong defense and rebounding along with his strong offensive skills have gotten the attenion of recruiters and coaches. AJ recently had an official visit to East Carolina University. In exposure events last spring, AJ and Alex were both selected to the All Tournament Team at the Hoop Group West Va Jamfest where they lead the team to the Top Bracket Silver Finals
Josh Grimard (14 ppg)and Jovon Miller (10 ppg) were the 2nd and 3rd leading scorers and team leaders for Loudoun Valley's Dulles District Regular Season and Tournament Championship squad. Sophomore Paul Rowley averaged 6 ppg for Valley and was a shot blocking force on the inside for the Vikings.
Jake Ryan was the 2nd leading scorer for Briar Woods averaging 12 ppg and made 87% of his free throws, third in the DC area according to the Washington Post(2/21). Jake had a 31 point effort where he made 5 three pointers and had 3 dunks. He also lead Briar Woods in blocked shots and rebounding.
Quan Stinger was the defensive specialist for Loudoun County High School with the 2nd lowest points allowed in the Dulles District. With his extraordinary athleticism, Quan covered the best player on opposing teams - from point guard to center - and held his own with some of the best in the Dulles District.
Zack Coffman averaged 6.3 ppg and was the second leading 3 point shooter for the Heritage Pride.
Paul Rowley averaged 6 ppg for LoudounValley and was a shot blocking force on the inside for the Vikings in their District Championship run matching up well with some of the best interior talent in the area.
Cole Herdman made Varsity and averaged 2ppg at Flint Hill competing in the MAC.
2011 Team Successes
Click hereto see All 2011 Loudoun Triple Threat Team Accomplishments
Battle of Balls Bluff
Posted - Thank you
to All Teams for Participating!
167Teams, 300 Games &
26 Champions Crowned!
Another year of fierce and healthy competition is in the books.
Mike Spencer and Steve Metz,
Loudoun Triple Threat Co-Founders,
thank all the players, coaches, parents and
volunteers for another outstanding event!
Select link to Boys or Girls Brackets to open Workbook,
Boys 7th grade LTT Gold June 26th-July 3rd AAU - Memphis, TN 6th Place of 80 Teams Won 6 games, Team Trophy & Automatic 2012 Bid Click Here to read the Loudoun Times Mirror Article
Girls 7th Grade LTT Gold June 28-July 2nd USBA - Myrtle Beach, SC Won Pool, made Great 8
Girls 8th Grade LTT Select July 2-7th ESPN Wide World of Sports AAU - Orlando, Florida Finished 11th - Classic Bracket
Boys 11th Grade LTT Select July 9-10th NCAA Certified Event More Than Basketball Super Summer Showcase District Heights, MD Finalist/Runners Up
Boys 6th grade LTT Swarm July 12-18 AAU - Hampton, VA Boys 10th grade LTT Gold July 14 – 16 NCAA Certified Event Hoop Group West Va Jamfest Silver Bracket Finalist/Runners Up
Boys 10th grade LTT Gold July 24 – 30 NCAA Certified Event ESPN Wide World of Sports AAU - Orlando, Florida Won Pool & made Sweet 16
Girls 7th Grade LTT Select July 25-28th NCAA Certified Event US Jr Nationals @ American University Washington, DC Boys 9th grade LTT Gold July 28 - July 31st AAU - Hampton, VA Classic Bracket 3rd Place
Boys 11th Grade LTT Select July 29-31th NCAA Certified Event BigShots DC Assault III - District Heights, MD
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