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About Us 2018-04-06T18:27:47+00:00

We are committed to help you achieve your athletic and educational goals.

WHO WE ARE  //

The Connecticut Basketball Club (CBC) is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization that was founded in 2004 by JR Hargreaves and Pat Sullivan. Since 2004, Connecticut Basketball Club (CBC) has helped student-athletes receive millions in financial aid and scholarship dollars to attend some of America’s best educational institutions.

CBC plays a vital role in helping our student-athletes receive the funds they deserve by providing academic support, athletic development and player exposure.
Over the last two years, our participants have received over $3 million dollars in awards from colleges and boarding schools.

WHAT WE DO  //

Connecticut Basketball Club (CBC) is the premier athletic non-profit organization committed to connecting and exposing youth through education and empowerment so that they can be leaders, champions and student athletes that will develop the skills necessary to be successful in high school, independent secondary schools, Division I, II, and III colleges and universities throughout the United States.

Specifically, our organization uses basketball as a “hook” to engage young men and women in the program, help them access high quality educational opportunities, and instill in them the values and life skills that will prepare them for success in life beyond sports.

In 2005, CBC began traveling nationally and quickly became known as one of the premier youth programs in the U.S. buoyed by it’s early success. CBC has since partnered with smaller clubs around the state to extend our reach and to provide more resources to local student-athletes.

COMMUNITY PARTNERS  //
OUR TEAM  //
JR Hargreaves
JR HargreavesCo-Founder
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Pat Sullivan
Pat SullivanCo-Founder
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