Welcome Wildcats!

Non-profit youth basketball training and character building!

Our Mission

The Austin Wildcats Basketball program is designed to instruct youth basketball players on how to play basketball by focusing on teaching fundamental basketball skills, basketball knowledge, and life skills.  This is a preparatory program with emphasis on practice and hard work rather than games or tournaments.

Our Vision

To help shape kids into young adults through basketball.

Our Expectations

The Austin Wildcats set expectations at the beginning of each practice to foster a positive learning environment.

Austin Wildcats Summer 2024 Clinics



  • Sundays, June 2 – August 11, 2024
  • 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
  • Optional shoot around starts at 12:45 PM



Bee Creek United Methodist Church gym
3000 Bee Creek Road, Spicewood, TX 78669



Austin Wildcats Basketball Training Clinics are for elementary-aged boys and girls interested in learning the fundamentals of the game and growing their basketball knowledge and skills.

Why join wildcats

What our former players have to say

Wildcats basketball was profoundly instrumental in my life. The coaches were exceptionally supportive, instilling a strong work ethic both in practice and during games. They played a crucial role in helping me emerge from my shell, developing not only my athletic skills but also invaluable life skills. The lessons I learned extended far beyond the court—from leadership and teamwork to making decisions under pressure. The camaraderie among the players fostered deep friendships, creating a supportive and motivating environment. Playing for the Wildcats was an integral part of my formative years, and I can’t imagine my development without it. In particular, Coach Kathy, who guided me for many years, stands out as my favorite. Her practices were challenging yet enjoyable, and under her mentorship, I experienced tremendous growth. – Morgan L.

I joined the Austin Wildcats club when I was in the 8th grade. The Wildcats program was monumental in my basketball skill development and confidence as a young player. The players and coaches were so welcoming, encouraging, and positive while fostering an extremely competitive environment. I am still friends with some of the girls that I met through the program over 15 years ago. I think that shows the impact and the strong relationships that were built throughout my time in the program. Wildcats has turned out many college basketball players over the years, while also preparing young women for life beyond the basketball court.  – Caitlin K-B.

Wildcats was such a big part of my life, and I had so much fun. From practicing the basics to going to tournaments, it taught me to learn to play as a team, see the big picture, and persevere through challenges. Being a part of this team and community helped me improve my athletic ability while being around people who cared and wanted to see you grow more than just on the court. – Meghan H.

Wildcats taught me how to play basketball for life. I joined Wildcats in 7th grade and continued to play through my senior year of high school. The principals that I learned are not something that is typically taught in a middle school or high school setting and it was because of Wildcats that I had success both at the varsity and college level of the game. Each practice was fun, informative, and rooted in fundamentals. Coaches noticed your form, habits, and encouraged you to grow in your total game. Some of my best memories are rooted in this team and I could not be more proud to be a life-long Wildcat! – Elizabeth A.

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