Below are links to information on various tournament opportunities for non-SWBL league play. Coaches playing tournaments outside of the SWBL league can use these helpful links to locate tournament opportunities for their team.
WBC Concussion Information: WBC REQUIRES parents, coaches and athletes review the following information and forms to better understand concussions.
WBC Concussion Plan
- Educate—Make sure everyone in the program knows what a concussion is.
- Report—Coaches and parents are REQUIRED to inform the WBC President either by phone or via email when a player has a suspected or confirmed concussion.
- Track—Players with a suspected concussion will be required to see a health care professional and obtain a letter releasing them back to play. Players will not be allowed to practice or play in games without consent of a health care professional (player’s doctor).
WBC Concussion Acknowledgement Form
The signed WBC Concussion Acknowledgement Form must be returned to WBC by the start of evaluations.
SWBL Concussion Information
The following information is informational only. An additional waiver form is required to be signed following the team selection process.
Information regarding the Southern Wisconsin Basketball League can be found on their website at www.swblonline.com.
The following will be done AFTER teams have been formed as not all teams will participate in the SWBL conference.
SWBL Player & Parent Waiver/Code of Conduct
The SWBL Player and Parent Waiver/Code of Conduct form is provided in above link. Players and Parents/Guardians must sign this form pertaining to the current season. WBC and SWBL expect all players and parents to abide by the conduct rules listed in the conduct form.
You can Register Online with the SWBL by clicking this link. Full instructions are provided HERE.
Signed forms are to be maintained by Team Parent/Manager or Coaches during the current season.
All coaches must complete an on-line application (under Registration) and Code of Conduct Form. Background checks will be completed, and coaching applications will be reviewed by the Board. Coach placements will be determined after player placements have been completed and teams have been formed. Completion of the necessary documentation does not necessarily guarantee a coaching position. Each team will have one head and one assistant coach.
Coaching applicants should complete the Coaches Code of Conduct Form. All coaches are required to follow the code of code of conduct. Signed forms should be returned to email@example.com or can be mailed to Wildcat Basketball Club at P.O. Box 930403, Verona, WI 53593 or hand delivered to the first coaches meeting or skills evaluation. These forms will be retained by WBC Board during the current season.
SWBL Coach Registration
PLEASE NOTE: SWBL Coach Registration will need to be done following the announcement of teams. Additional information will be provided.
All coaches participating in SWBL tournaments must register online with SWBL and complete the applicable waiver form.
How are coaches selected?
All coaches must complete an on-line application and code of conduct form. Background checks will be completed, and coaching applications will be reviewed by the Board. Coach placements will be determined after player placements have been finalized.
How many coaches per team?
Each team will have one head coach and no more than two assistant coaches.
Are any coaches known in advance of evaluations?
Only one coach has been assigned a position in advance of evaluations. Mike Fulton, WBC Coaching Coordinator, will assume the head-coach position for the 8th grade Black team which is the team identified to compete in higher-competition tournaments. All other coaches will be determined after player placements onto teams.
How teams are formed?
Teams are formed primarily from the data received from the two days of skills evaluations and the first two days of practice. Evaluators will review player results and provide player placement recommendations by player number. Similarly, coaches from the first two days of practice will review player skill levels and provide player placement recommendations. The WBC Board will take all gathered information, including player placement recommendations under advisement when placing players onto teams. Initial placements will occur using player numbers from evaluations, not player names. Upon review, additional feedback from a player’s coaches from a prior season may or may not be solicited. All player placement recommendations, including suggested team sizes, will be reviewed by the Board prior to being finalized.
How many teams are formed per grade?
The number of teams formed and team size will be dependent on player registration numbers. Typically, there are one to three teams per grade level.
Are all players placed on a team?
The Club’s philosophy is to place all registered players who have paid their registration fees and also attended the two days of evaluations and the first two days of practices onto a team. However, the Club reserves the right to make player cuts in the event registration numbers warrant such cuts. Players will not be placed onto a team until registration fees have been paid.
Who approves the player placements and teams?
All player placement recommendations, as well coaching placements and team size, will be reviewed and approved by the WBC Board before finalized. Individual board members will not participate in any discussions relating to their individual player placements.
When are player placements announced?
Upon finalization by the Board, player placements and teams will be posted on the WBC website.