Wisconsin Evolution is a 501c3 Non-Profit Youth Organization in southeastern Wisconsin that prepares our youth in the classroom, community and on the court. Our players learn how to build leadership skills, receive academic mentoring, guidance in pursuing academic and/or athletic scholarships while becoming a more engaged member of our society. Only with the support of our partners in the community can we accomplish our mission.Click to Donate
Each September & October on Sundays we host our annual High School Fall Prep Basketball League for Varisty and Junior Varisty boys & girls. This league brings in high school players from all over Southeastern Wisconsin & Northeastern Illinois to compete and prepare for their upcoming high school season.
We host tournaments from November to July with a heavy focus on player, coach and parent experience. We pay above market value for our officials so you get the experience you deserve. We have tournaments for all types of teams, high school feeder teams, competitive travelling teams and even for developing teams.
In 2016 we held our 1st Summer camp with 60 campers over a 5 day period numerous former college players and high school coaches, in 2017 we held our 2nd Summer camp with over 100 campers over a 3 day period with Frank Kaminsky, other former NBA and college players were in attendance. Our next summer camp will be in 2019. - And add a Learn More button?
"Evolve or Get Left Behind" is not just our motto, it's the single principal we apply to every facet of our lives. Since we expect our players to EVOLVE in the classroom, community and on the court we understand that in order to hold our players accountable it's only fair that we provide a platform that gives them the opportunity to exceed our expectations. We provide academic mentoring to all our players, require teams to donate time to a local charity each season and we have a strong focus on providing the highest level of coaching possible. As you can imagine, that during this process the relationships that are created and bonds that are solidified make us all family, Evo Family.
In just our first year, we impacted our community by donating time to the Keep Kenosha Clean Project and Habitat for Humanity. Our basketball camp donated $1000 to Lilly Lachman, a 7 year old girl who just had a heart transplant and our Winter Feeder Fest Tournament donated $500 to the Big Brother's Big Sisters of Racine & Kenosha County.