The Lady Mustangs feeder program is dedicated to preparing girls to be their best, grow self esteem and impart competitiveness on and off the court. We value commitment, accountability and personal growth. Our program starts with those entering 3rd grade in the coming fall season. Tryouts are in March immediately after the winter basketball season is over. GO MUSTANGS!!!
The Jr. Mustangs feeder program is dedicated to preparing boys to be their best and grow self confidence and respect. We teach the value of competitiveness on and off the court. We value commitment, accountability and personal growth. Our program starts with those entering 3rd grade in the coming fall season. Tryouts are in March immediately after the winter basketball season is over. GO MUSTANGS!!!
2020 Season Information
COVID-19 Protocol & Prevention Plan
Save The Dates
Boys Offensive Skill Development Clinic
October 20, 22, 27 and 29 and November 3
Girls Offensive Skill Development Clinic
October 6, 13, 20 and 27
4th Annual Junior Mustangs Roundup Boys Basketball Tournament
November 13 – 15, 2020
4th Annual Lady Mustangs Stampede
November 20 – 22, 2020
In the Mustang Youth Basketball program, we strive to challenge your athlete to their maximum potential in practice and in games. Through patient coaching of the fundamentals of basketball, our goal is make your athlete a well rounded and prepared basketball player that will ideally play at the high school level. Our focus is on improvement, game knowledge, decision making and team play.
The Mission of Mustang Youth Basketball is to organize and execute a highly competitive instructional basketball program for the youth of Omaha and the surrounding area. Our athletes will compete at the highest level of competition; in state, regionally and nationally. In turn, this will provide the athletes the opportunity to improve as players, but more importantly as people. Through hard work, commitment, desire and talent, our goal is to develop young people to be their best and ultimately be leaders in their communities. This program will always demand good sportsmanship from players, parents and coaches.