Welcome to the home page of the Winston-Salem Stealers Girls Basketball Program. The Winston-Salem Stealers were proud to host the U19 National Team from China as well as the 2001 16-and-under and 2004 15-and-under AAU Nationals. The Stealers were named the 2001 AAU National Volunteer Program of the year. Please visit our “Contact Us” page for information on our program…read more
USA Basketball will hold three youth clinics in June. The clinics are coed, for grades 3rd-8th, are free and are open to both Winston-Salem Stealers and non-Winston-Salem Stealers members. The first clinic will be held at Emory & Henry College on Saturday, June 8th,...read more
Looking to get your daughter some individual and group skills this spring and summer? The Winston-Salem Stealers offer a skills package which includes spring group skills with Coach R on Wednesdays, USA Basketball skills also on Wednesdays, ten individual skills and...read more
Developing Dribblers, our K-3rd grade coed developmental program, returns for its' tenth season. Developing Dribblers began in 2010 with its' core premise being to teach beginners how to dribble, pass, and shoot, as well as learn other fundamentals, correctly....read more
Are you an alum' of The Winston-Salem Stealers, meaning you played more than two seasons with us and graduated (senior year of high school) from our program? Did you go onto play basketball in college at the Division II, III, NAIA or Junior College Level? If so,...read more
Sue Bird Camp Was A Success!!!
Stefanie Dolson Camp Was A Big Hit!!!
Megan Buckland made a verbal committment to the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in the spring of 2010. Megan had a dream of playing for UNC when she was little and that dream came true with hard work and dedication especially through some trying times and tough decisions. Megan’s parents, Tammy and Steve, talk about Megan’s journey as a seven year old playing on a 10-and-under team to the girl who is now fulfilling a dream…read more
Brittany Strachan made a verbal commitment to play basketball at North Carolina State University in 2006, a dream that she created with hard work, and a lot of sacrifice. Brittany’s Mom, Sharon, wanted to share with you Brittany’s story..read more
I feel like I have been educated beyond my wildest dreams when it comes to AAU, dealing with injuries, and college recruiting. I remember how we got started with AAU. Jen and Lauren’s good friend from cheerleading had a brother who played AAU and I began to wonder about AAU for girls. The girls had been playing at a local community center…read more