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USCA Juniors Division

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James Ray and Kayla Smith receive first-place trophies from Coach Bill Hartmann at the 2007 NC Junior Doubles Championship.

Joining the USCA as a Juniors Club is free. This is available to school-sponsored programs for K–12 students.

Join the United States Croquet Association:

  • Get a group of your friends together
  • Tell your folks it is free
  • Ask for a teacher to sponsor your school club

For more information, contact program director Bill Hartmann or the USCA Membership Coordinator.

The USCA will help with equipment and connect you with coaches in your area to help you get started. USCA instructors can provide a clinic and set up matches and tournaments.

In 2010 there were Juniors tournaments in North Carolina, South Carolina, New Jersey and Florida.

High School and Middle School players are National Junior Champions in Golf Croquet, American Croquet, and International Croquet. Juniors earn National Awards: Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year and Most Improved Player.

Juniors can journey to Pinehurst, NC, Etowah, NC and West Palm Beach, FL for overnight tournaments.

Help support the Juniors Division

Do you have extra mallets, balls, or other croquet equipment? The Juniors Division has an ongoing need for equipment donations. Shipping costs are covered by the USCA’s “30 for 30” development fund. We need:

  • Mallets
  • Balls & clips
  • Wickets, stakes, & corner markers
  • Trophies

Equipment need not be fancy, just in usable condition. Old trophies, any style, that can be relabeled are also welcome. Contact program director Bill Hartmann.

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