The Loudoun Freedom is a competitive girls basketball organization. 2014 represents the 10 year anniversary of the founding of the Loudoun Freedom. For the last 10 year, the Loudoun Freedom has provided players in Loudoun County the opportunity to develop advanced basketball skills and knowledge, and to play in a very competitive environment. The Freedom emphasizes player development starting in 2nd or 3rd grade through high school grades. We build strong teams but also maintain a close-knit family environment. Our philosophy and goal is to attract and develop talent from around the county and neighboring areas (regardless of school or neighborhood) so that players consistently challenge themselves and each other. Our approach has contributed to the development of many of the top players in Loudoun county.
Freedom "Fight Like a Girl" Challenge Basketball Tournament - Oct. 18-19, 2014
The Freedom will host its third annual Freedom "Fight Like a Girl" Challenge basketball tournament for Breast Cancer Awareness on October 18-19, 2014. You can Register Online here for this girls' only tournament or mail in the Registration Form (PDF). Teams that are playing in a fall league are welcome.
A percentage of the profits from the tournament goes to the Loudoun Breast Health Network. The mission of the LBHN is to provide Loudoun County, Virginia, with programs and information designed to promote breast health awareness, education, support and wellness. Donated funds will assist LBHN in providing assistance with such items as mammograms, medical bills, food items, utilities, rent or mortgage, or transportation costs. Donations to the LBHN are tax deductible. For more information, go to Loudoun Breast Health Network.
The Loudoun Freedom is a 503(c) non-profit AAU organization.