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" Boro" Blitz is part of the Middle Atlantic District for girls and boys . The SJ "Boro" Blitz has been a non-profit charted organization since
2000. Primarily a Girl's Basketball Organization (10u -17u) the organization has expanded with 10u-16u boy teams in 2005
and become one of the most Elite basketball organizations in the South Jersey area. The SJ "Boro" Blitz provides
opportunities for boys and girls to improve their basketball skills, develop character and compete against the best athletes
in the country. SJ "Boro" Blitz is dedicated to providing athletes with an opportunity to significantly improve
their skills by excellent coaching and competition in highly competitive tournaments. It is the goal of the SJ "Boro"
Blitz to help players improve their skills to such a level where they can be successful in playing at both high school and
collegiate levels. We are fortunate to have dedicated coaches providing excellent instruction to help every athlete be the
best that he/she can be at the game of basketball. Our hope is that the experience of the boys/girls with the SJ "Boro"
Blitz will be positive. Our organization is not just about basketball. Education, Discipline, Teamwork and Sportsmanship are
key elements in our organization.
The Blitz are members of;The Middle Atlantic District which is the seventh oldest district within the
AAU. The Middle Atlantic is comprised of the areas of New Jersey, south of Mercer and Monmouth County; all of the State
of Delaware and Pennsylvania, east of and including Bedford, Centre, Clinton and Potter Counties.
We are proud members of the organizations shown:
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COACH LISA TUNSTALL
EARLY TITLE IX PIONEER
INDUCTED INTO THE
HALL OF FAME
Coach Lisa Tunstall, has been selected as a 2013 inductee into the Adelphi
University Hall of Fame. Coach Tunstall is an early pioneer in the area of women's basketball. In 1974, Lisa Laurencin-Tunstall
was one of four female athletes, Nationally, to have received a full athletic scholarship to play varsity sports on the
collegiate level. As a result of the passing of Title IX on June 23, 1972, and in spite of on-going legislative debate
concerning Title IX clarification and compliance as it would relate to female athletes, in 1974 Lisa Laurencin-Tunstall was
awarded the very first full Women's Basketball Collegiate Scholarship, Nationally. As a student athlete, Lisa excelled
both on and off the court. She was a cum laude graduate of Adelphi University, receiving Dean's List and Departmental Honors.
While attending Adelphi University, Lisa worked as an intern admissions counselor, did news broadcasting for the campus
radio station, and was the editor for the campus poetry magazine. Lisa finished her basketball career as team captain,
Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year, recognized as an All-American averaging 26 points per game; 15 rebounds per game;
with a NY State play-off game high of 25 rebounds, three time MVP, New York State All-Star Team, named as one of the Top
50 Women Athletes Nationally, and named into the prestigious category of Who's Who Among American Colleges and University
CONGRATULATIONS COACH LISA!